About the Speaker Series

Earth Talks Speaker Series is hosted each semester by the Geoscience Department.

The series serves as a forum through which experts from academia, government and the private sector, as well as WSU students and faculty, share their experiences and research results with the WSU Geoscience community.

The series also provides a venue for discussions of professional, educational, and employment issues related to Geology, Natural Resources, Earth Science teaching, and other related disciplines.


Spring 2019 Events

Aug. 26
Geoscience Teaching Assistant Orientation
Geoscience Faculty and Staff - Winona State University
 4pm - SLC 120
Sept. 2
No Event - Labor Day
 
Sept. 9
What I did this Summer
Geoscience Students - Winona State University
Followed by the Geology Club & Geoscience Department cookout
 4pm - SLC 120
Sept. 16
Research and Internships in the Geosciences
Geoscience Faculty
 4pm - SLC 120
Sept. 23
Event Pending
 4pm - SLC 120
 Sept. 30
Floods and Forests: disentangling complex eco-hydro-geomorphic relationships in bottomland ecosystems
Molly Van Appledorn - U.S. Geological Survery
 4pm - SLC 120
Oct. 7
Event Pending
 4pm - SLC 120
Oct. 14
Event Pending
 4pm - SLC 120
Oct. 21
Fluid flow and deformation in the Wildhorse fault zone, Pioneer Mountains, Idaho
Rory McFadden - Gustavus Adolphus College
  4pm - SLC 120
 Oct. 28
Event Pending

Nov. 4
Climate Change and Mass Extinction: Tales from the Ordovician and Cretaceous
Page Quinton - SUNY Postdam
 4pm - SLC 120
Nov. 11
No Event - Veterans' Day
 4pm - SLC 120
Nov. 18
Translating molecular environmental science into water treatment colutions
Jasquelin Peña - University of Lausanne - Switzerland; MSA Distinguished Lecturer
 4pm - SLC 120
Nov. 25
No Event - Thanksgiving Week

Dec. 2
Geoscience Student Research Presentations
Geoscience Majors - Winona State University
Student Presenters to be announced at a later date
 4pm - SLC 120