Geoscience Department SeminarsStony Brook Department of Geosciences Colloquium & Graduate Seminar Calendar
All seminars are on Thursday at 4:00 pm - ESS Building, room 123 unless noted otherwise. All are welcome to attend. Seminar attendees may join us for refreshments prior to the seminar, courtesy of an endowment from Charlie Sheppard, M.S. '82. "
Grad Circus Schedule
Grad Circus is where our graduate students present the results of their current research. Grad Circus is usually on Friday at 12:00 p.m. in room 123 of the Earth and Space Sciences Building. All are welcome.
Geology Open Night *Admission is FREE*
Open night lectures are usually on topics in the geosciences related to the current research of the faculty, staff and students at SUNY Stony Brook. These presentations are intended for:
those interested in new developments in the sciencesearth science high school students and teachers undergraduate and graduate students in geosciences professional geologists
For a complete schedule, information and history please click here: Geology Open Night Seminars
Where and When:
7:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Earth and Space Sciences Building (ESS)
Lecture Hall (Room 001)
SUNY Stony Brook Campus
Directions to ESS
News & Announcements
"3 Minute Science Communication Contest" will be held on Thursday, 03/12/15 at 4:00pm in the Hanson Seminar Room (ESS 123). Featuring: Joel Hurowitz, Jesse John, Jasmeet Kaur, Katherine Shirley, Gavin Piccione, Stacey Rice, Michael Thorpe and Rahul Patel.
Geosciences Department Newsletter
Celebrating Robert Cooper Liebermann
Professor Joel Hurowitz named Deputy PI for Mars 2020 Rover Instrument
PhD Student Yuyan (Sara) Zhao selected for Prestigious Dwornik Award
Professor Timothy Glotch to lead NASA funded research team
Professor Martin Schoonen named Chairman of the Environmental Sciences Department at BNL
Professors John Parise and Artem Oganov pursue Materials Genome Initiative
Professor Deanne Rogers finds evidence for past groundwater on Mars
Professor Robert Liebermann accepts Edward A. Flinn Award
Professor Scott McLennan selected for NASA's Mars Science Laboratory Team