International Day of Women and Girls in Science seminar

By the Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences
Thursday, 10 February 2022 - 11:30 am
Women and girls in science working in a lab and in the field
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Meeting ID: 987 5657 4855
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Free of charge
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On February 10, 2022, please join us for a seminar given by three of our graduate students that highlights innovative research in the department. The seminar begins at 11:30 a.m., and each speaker will give a 15-minute presentation.

  • Jennifer Spalding - Seeking meaningful date, chemistry matters! Resolving the thermal history of rocks via multi-kinetic apatite fission track analysis
  • Zoe Landry - Straight from the horse’s mouth: Investigating the identity, ecology, and extinction of Beringian equines
  •  Jessie Kehew - Intrabasinal sediments and tectonostratigraphy of the Lau Basin: Assessing linear vs diachronous models for the opening of a back-arc basin

 We hope you can join us in supporting the advancement of women (and girls!) in science.