- Apr2812pm - 1pmAHS Seminar: Hamish SmallVIMS - Andrews Hall, Room 326
- Apr285pm - 6:15pmHOPE Presents: A Mindfulness Nature WalkMiller Hall (Mason School of Business), Out front (please be prompt)Would you like to turn your daily walk to class into something restorative? We invite you to partake in this practical application of meditation and mindfulness to the daily activity of walking. Escalate all three activities, as they intersect.
- Apr3012pm - 12:50pmPhy Sci Seminar (VIMS)VIMS - Andrews Hall, Dominion Classroom 326"Sedimentation in Hinchinbrook Entrance, Alaska, USA: Correlations with Wave Energy on the Gulf of Alaska Continental Shelf" by Nicole Marshall, VIMS
- Apr307pmApril After Hours Lecture: The Gulf Oil Spill: Five years onVIMS - Watermen's Hall, McHugh AuditoriumJoin VIMS alumnus Michael Carron as he continues VIMS' 75th anniversary lecture series with a look at the immediate and long-term effects of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Carron is Director of the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative.
- May13pm - 4:30pmSeminar: Jonathan GrabowskiVIMS - Andrews Hall, Andrews Hall 326Dr. Jonathan Grabowski Associate Professor, College of Science Northeastern UniversityShow More...
- May62pmScience Under Sail: Drifters and JelliesOff-Campus, Embarks from Yorktown WaterfrontJoin VIMS graduate students Brandon Conroy and Josh Stone as they collect zooplankton and discuss the wonderful variety of Bay "drifters" and the important role these creatures play in marine ecology and food webs.
- May132pm - 4pmScience Under Sail: Trash TalkOff-Campus, Embarks from Yorktown WaterfrontJoin VIMS researcher Dave Stanhope as he discusses marine debris, from lost crab pots to plastic microbeads, and learn how scientists are working toward practical solutions.
- May202pm - 4pmScience Under Sail: Fishes near and farOff-Campus, Embarks from Yorktown WaterfrontJoin VIMS graduate student Mark Stratton as he casts a net to see what's swimming beneath the Alliance. Learn how fish are preserved and catalogued as you participate in a "show and tell" of preserved fishes from places near and far.
- May272pm - 4pmScience Under Sail: Shifting SandsOff-Campus, Embarks from Yorktown WaterfrontJoin Dr. Grace Cartwright of the Virginia Institute of Marine Science as she explains how sand, silt, and rocks move around our rivers and oceans. You'll also get an up-close look at scientific tools used for this research.
- Jun257pmJune After Hours Lecture: Filming the Giant SquidVIMS - Watermen's Hall, McHugh AuditoriumJoin Dr. Edith Widder, leader of the first expedition to film the giant squid Architeuthis, as she describes her unique approach to capturing live footage of this elusive deep-sea predator.
- Jul307pmJuly After Hours Lecture: Oysters: Chesapeake Bay's once and future kingVIMS - Watermen's Hall, McHugh AuditoriumJoin VIMS professor Mark Luckenbach as he continues VIMS' 75th anniversary lecture series by tracing the long and tumultuous history of oysters in Chesapeake Bay.
- Aug277pmAugust After Hours Lecture: Native use of the ChesapeakeVIMS - Watermen's Hall, McHugh AuditoriumJoin W&M Professor Martin Gallivan as he uses archaeological evidence and colonial accounts to reveal the tools and techniques employed by local tribes to harvest the rich marine resources of Chesapeake Bay.
- Sep247pmSeptember After Hours Lecture: Antarctic Edge: 70° SouthVIMS - Watermen's Hall, McHugh AuditoriumJoin VIMS professor Deborah Steinberg as she continues VIMS' 75th anniversary lecture series by introducing the film that tells the behind-the-scenes story of long-term ecological research at Palmer Station on the West Antarctic Peninsula.
- Oct297pmOctober After Hours Lecture: Otherworldly OceansVIMS - Watermen's Hall, McHugh AuditoriumJoin Dr. Mary Voytek, Senior Scientist for Astrobiology at NASA, as she wraps up VIMS' 75th anniversary lecture series by exploring the possibility of discovering life on Jupiter's moon Europa.All events in October 2015
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