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MS Graduate Student Defense

Speaker - Markus Macnamara, Earth Science Seminar Title - Groundwater 14C Age and Tracer-Based Transit Time Distributions in the High Plains Aquifer, Nebraska Committee Chair - David Genereux Committee Members - Troy Gilmore, Karl Wegmann Please see your email for a Zoom link.

2022 College of Sciences Diversity in STEM Symposium

The 2022 College of Sciences Diversity in STEM Symposium will be an online event the morning (9 a.m. to 1 p.m.) of Thursday, February 17. There will be 3 sessions, each with 3 concurrent presentations, and a keynote presentation at noon from Dr. Joseph Graves Jr. This Symposium is organized by MEAS Alum, Dr. Jamila Simpson…

Special Virtual Seminar

FRIDAY, Feb. 18, ​there is a Special ​Virtual ​Seminar​ from ​12-1PM​. ​The speaker is Arianna Soldati, MEAS - NCState, and she will be ​discussing ​Volcanoes in the Media​,​ in cooperation with the ​NC Museum of Natural Sciences​.​ This presentation will be VIRTUAL ONLY and broadcast online at the NCMNS YouTube channel.

MEAS Department Seminar

Speaker - Shannon Doherty, NCState, MEAS Dept. (hosted by K. Davis) Seminar Title - Quantifying phytoplankton, zooplankton, and microbial contributions to marine carbon sequestration In Monterey Bay: a compound-specific stable isotope approach Please see your email for a Zoom link.

Ph.D. Graduate Student Defense

1132 Jordan Hall 2800 Faucette Drive, Raleigh, NC

Speaker - Cindy Lebrasse, Marine Science Seminar Title - Assessing carbon cycling in blue carbon habitats: A multidisciplinary approach using satellite remote sensing, a bio-optical model and hydrodynamic modeling Committee Chair - Chris Osburn Committee Members - Del Bohnenstiehl, Roy He, Blake Schaeffer, Christopher Shank, Barbara Shew Hybrid exam - 1132 Jordan Hall / Zoom. …

Roscoe Braham, Jr. Seminar

Speaker: Elizabeth A. Barnes, Associate Professor, Dept. of Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University Seminar Title: Viewing Anthropogenic Change Through an AI Lens Abstract: Humans are vastly modifying the earth system, with identifiable impacts across the land surface, ocean and atmosphere. Here, we will explore three example applications of how explainable AI (XAI) techniques can help us visualize…

Graduate Student Research Symposium

The Graduate Student Research Symposium, held each March, includes poster presentations from more than 200 graduate students from NC State University. Posters are judged by faculty, and students receive recognition for top posters. The goals are to showcase the outstanding quality and diversity of graduate-level research at NC State, in addition to providing students with the opportunity…

MEAS Department Seminar

Speaker - Mike Wetz, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi (hosted by C. Osburn) Seminar Title - Human & Climate-Driven Water Quality Challenges Affecting the Texas Coast Please see your email for a Zoom link.

MEAS Department Seminar

Speaker - Chelsie Bowman, Pennsylvania State University (PSU), hosted by E. Hyland Seminar Title - Thallium isotopes as a global paleo-redox proxy Please see your email for a Zoom link.

MEAS Spring Symposium

Registration is now open for the first annual MEAS spring symposium, which will take place in-person on Monday, April 25, in Hunt Library. The theme of this year's "MEASymposium" is (re)Connection. This event will bring together MEAS undergraduates, graduate students, postdocs, faculty, staff, and alumni to (re)connect across disciplines by sharing ongoing research, course developments, and…