We, as humans, live on this Earth. Some even say we are the protectors of this Earth. One thing that the GGP department is trying to do is figure out the Earth.
The Binghamton Symposium, a three-day conference in San Marcos, Texas, is one of the best conferences for geomorphology, which is the study of landforms.
Dr. Bob Pavlowsky, distinguished professor of geography, took nine students to this conference Oct. 12-15.
“This conference offers a good chance for our students to get exposed to big questions in science that can influence how human beings view the world and explain it,” Pavlowsky said.
Students who presented posters are:
- Hannah Adams
- Leah Bournival
- Josh Hess
- Dylan King
- Sarah LeTarte
- Joe Nash
- Katy Reminga
- Grace Roman
- Kelly Rose
Pavlowsky was a co-presenter on these posters. He was also elected to be on the Binghamton Planning Committee for future conferences.