A Celebration of Climate Science

A Celebration of Climate Science

This all-day Symposium will feature a series of talks by scientists who study modern climate systems as well as records of past climate change on October 19.

Invited speakers will include Honorary Degree recipients Professor Andre Berger, Dr. Dominique Raynaud and Dr. Warren Washington, along with other distinguished climate scientists from throughout New England and the Department of Geosciences.  This event will honor the three degree recipients, but it will also serve to highlight some of the current research being carried out in the Climate System Research Center in the Department of Geosciences, one of the leading climate science research groups in the United States.

Saturday, October 19
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Integrated Science Building Auditorium
661 North Pleasant Street
UMass Campus

Grand Opening of the Geosciences Rausch Mineral Gallery
Following the symposium, join us for a Laboratory Open House in Morrill and attend the Grand Opening of the Geosciences Rausch Mineral Gallery, housing a spectacular collection of gems and minerals acquired by Professor Marvin Rausch

4:00 – 6:00 p.m. Laboratory Open House (Room 254)
Grand Opening of the Geosciences Rausch Mineral Gallery (Room 243)
Morrill II
627 North Pleasant Street

Free, open to the public

More information here.
Register today!

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  1. Joseph Caggiano
    October 5, 2013 at 12:44 pm

    As a UMass Geoscience alumnus, I am interested, but living in WA makes this a futile effort. Could these presentations and/or discussions be made available via the web or at least sent to interested alumni? Please consider.

    Thanks.
    Joseph Caggiano
    Richland, WA 99354

    • Elena Lamontagne
      October 7, 2013 at 8:53 am

      Dear Joseph,
      we’ll certainly share your suggestion with the Geosciences Department!

      Thank you,
      Elena

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