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Graduate School Admissions Workshop
Monday, October 1
12pm - 1pm
Cohen Career Center, Presentation Room A
This workshop presents information and advice on applying to graduate and professional programs, including details on the various admission tests, personal statements, references, and appropriate application timelines.
    "Amazonian Dark Earths" and their Implications for the Conservation and Development of the Region
    Monday, October 1
    3pm
    School of Education, Holly Room
    Dr. Antoinette WinklerPrins (Department of Geography, Michigan State University) will deliver a lecture entitled: "Amazonian Dark Earths" and their Implications for the Conservation and Development of the Region
      Geology Fall Field Trip to Wachapreague!
      Friday, October 19 - Saturday, October 20
      1pm - 8pm
      McGlothlin-Street Hall
      The geology department's fall field trip heads out to Wachapreague October 19th & 20th!
        Terrestrial Iron Fluxes to the Gulf of Alaska: Variability in Provenance, Speciation, Time and Space
        Wednesday, October 24
        4pm - 4:50pm
        McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 230
        Andrew Schroth from the Dept. of Geology at the University of Vermont speaks to us about his work on the source and movement of terrestrial iron in the gulf of Alaska.
          Brown Bag: Children of the Corn: Studying Concentrated Flow from Agricultural Fields Using GIS
          Friday, October 26
          12:05pm - 12:50pm
          McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 230
          Sarah Young gives a brown bag presentation on her summer research using GIS to look at flow concentration and channelization near agricultural fields. Bring a lunch and be regaled!