Come learn about new research and ideas!
2nd-9th: Rivers and Rifts: an interdisciplinary field adventure bringing together NAU graduate students, alumni, and faculty on the Rio Chama and the Rio Grande. Plate tectonics, river otters, and water policy!
19th-23rd: Orientation week for new graduate students.
9th-12th: 15th Biennial Conference of Science & Management on the Colorado Plateau & Southwest Region – an “important opportunity to identify possible responses to challenges such as climate change, energy development, and habitat alteration that negatively affect the natural and cultural landscapes of the Southwest.” Visit the conference website to learn more – this conference draws both international attendees and students and faculty from across campus.
16th-19th: Association of Pacific Coast Geographers annual meeting, co-hosted with NAU Geography, Planning, and Recreation. Join us this year to explore “The Interpretation of Landscapes.”
4th: Division of Geosciences Spring Banquet
3rd: Environmental Sciences and Sustainability Year End Celebration. BBQ at Thorpe Park Ramada.
27th: Annual Graduate Student Research Symposium in the Geology building 9am-noon. Posters describing new and upcoming research, and 3 Minute Research Presentations on research nearing completion. Talks and posters from across the geological, environmental, social, and sustainability sciences.
26th: UGRADS Undergraduate Research Symposium. Students from across the School present capstone projects on research and/or community partnerships, Hooper Undergrad Research Award projects, NASA Space Grant Internship projects, and more!
18th-19th: 2nd Annual Student Water Symposium. Theme: Water E-Quality: The quest for protections and access.
6th: Environmental Sciences & Sustainability Undergraduate Capstone Symposium.