Guy F. Atkinson Distinguished Lecture Series
Frederick Albert Sutton Building
115 South 1460 East Room 295
Salt Lake City, UT
Unless noted below, all lectures are held on Thursdays at 4:00 pm in 295 FASB with a meet the speaker at 3:30 pm in 2nd floor Confluence lobby.
|TH||1/16||FY20 Incoming Department Graduate Students||GeoSlam|
Professor, Boise State University
Bringing Deep Time into Focus: New developments in high-precision geochronology and their impact across Earth Sciences
Assistant Professor, Utah State University
|Nanoscale Textural And Thermochronometric Evidence Of Paleoearthquakes In The Wasatch Fault Zone|
Senior Staff Scientist, Lunar Planetary Institute
|Constraints On The Martian Volatile Budget|
Assistant Professor, U of U/Philosophy
|Whose Anthropocene?: What Linguistics Tells Us About The Prospects For Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration On Defining The Anthropocene|
|The Surface Of Saturn’s Moon Titan From The Cassini And Dragonfly Missions|
Professor, Weber State University
|Structural Geology And Paleomag In The Andes|
Assistant Professor, Westminster College
Revisiting the Mineral Mountains: New 40Ar/39Ar geochronology, paleomagnetic, and geochemical data
|TH||3/12||N/A||Spring Break - No DLS|
The remainders of the 2020 Spring DLS lectures have been canceled due to the University's response to COVID-19.
We are working to reschedule our planned speakers for the 2020-2021 school year.