“Everything They Taught Me About The Moon Was Wrong”
James Day presents "Where Did All the Moon's Volitale Elements Go and How Did It Lose Them?"
"What’s so super about supercritical fluids?
Experimental insights into Earth’s magmas, fluids, and what lies between"
"EarthScope Education and Outreach: Transcontinental, Yet Place-Based"
EES says "Goodbye" yet again.
Cara Santelli, University of Minnesota, speaks on December 2, 2016
EES Says "Goodbye" to one of our own.
Lisa Danielson of Jacobs Technology presents "Research and Exploration at NASA Johnson Space Center" November 18th, 2016
Dr. Julie Libarkin wins award from MSU College of Natural Science and Austin Parish wins award from Center for Integrative Studies-General Science.
Two Tenure-Stream Faculty Positions: Global Change Processes / Geophysics
Jeroen Ritsema of the Univeristy of Michigan presents "Seismic Imaging of Earth's Deep Interior"
Alexis Navarre-Sitchler presents "Geochemical Reactions in Heterogeneous Systems", Friday, November 4, 2016
Dr. Christa Kelleher, "Exploring Influences of Hydrologic Behavior", October 28,
Dr. Velbel will speak on "Sample return from asteroids and Mars: Promise, Progress, and Prospects". 7:30 p.m. at Abrams Planetarium. Admission is free.
Dr. Lukas Ackerman of the Czech Academy of Sciences, will speak on Highly siderophile elements and Re-Os isotopes: versatile tools in complex mantle processes. 12:30-1:30, room 204 Natural Science Building. For our full schedule of Fall Semester speakers, click here.