Get insight from the pros.
You can attend presentations by expert geographers, geologists, and planners.
As the seminar schedule continues to develop, more seminars may still be added.
Contact our department if you have questions or need more information.
Fall 2021 Seminar Series
All GGP seminars are free and open to the public. Seminars begin at 2:30 P. in Temple Lecture Hall 002, unless noted otherwise.
Friday, September 24th: Mr. Matthew Rhoades, CPG, RG, President-Elect of AIPG: “The FAD Shaft Project, Ruby Hill Mining District, Eureka, Nevada”
Friday, October 1st: Dr. William Jackson, Assistant Professor, The University of Memphis, Department of Earth Sciences, will present: “Rolling on the River: Detrital-zircon geochronology of Late Pleistocene deposits in the Mississippi River Valley”
Friday, October 8th: Fall Break, no classes.
Friday, October 15th: Homecoming weekend, no seminar. Go Bears!
Friday, October 22nd: Dr. Sarah Praskievicz, UNC, Greensboro, Associate Professor of Geography, Environment, and Sustainability, will present: “Fog, Fire, and Forests: Ecohydrology and Eco-geomorphology in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park”
Friday, November 5th: Dr. Robert W. Nairn, Professor, Director of Gallogly College of Engineering Water Center, University of Oklahoma
Friday, November 12th: Dr. L. Allan James, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, University of South Carolina, Department of Geography, will present: “Legacy Sediment in the New World: Theoretical and Practical Concerns”
November 15th – 19th: National Geography Week: “Geo-Spatial Issues, Global Citizenry, and Effective Decisions” is the 2021 theme.
- November 17th – Christopher W. Dunn, JD, Columbia, MO. Founder of GeoVelo, GIS & Law will be the topic. (Temple 003)
- November 19th – Joseph and Hannah Ndiba, Knights of Mercy and Water/Community wells in Cameroon, Africa.