Geosciences Colloquium

Haley Center Room 2182

Lindsay Tan will be presenting her research titled\, \'The design ecology of radically sustainable construction: Earthship Biotecture.\' Attend to learn more about sustainable design and construction!

Geography and Civil Rights: A Tour of Montgomery’s Symbolic Landscape

Student Center Second Floor

Join the Geoscience Department in celebrating Geography Awareness Week November 12-18th focusing on the theme of \'The Geography of Civil Rights Movements.\' Established by a joint resolution of the U.S. Congress in 1987 and observed the third week in November every year\, Geography Awareness Week promotes what geography is\, why it is important\,...

GIS Day

Cater Hall Lawn

Join the Geoscience Department in celebrating Geography Awareness Week November 12-18th focusing on the theme of “The Geography of Civil Rights Movements.” Established by a joint resolution of the U.S. Congress in 1987 and observed the third week in November every year\, Geography Awareness Week promotes what geography is\, why it is...

Climate Change: Elucidating its Existence and Global Impacts

Harris Center

Dr. Medina-Elizalde is a geoscientist who studies climate evolution with a focus on the thermal and hydrologic reconstruction of tropical regions and their sensitivity to greenhouse gases.  In this talk\, he will describe questions surrounding anthropogenic climate change\, examine the evidence that answers them\, and discuss relevant short and long-term climate...

Earth Day Symposium

Student Center Second Floor

Come learn more about the issues facing Earth and the natural world through a series of student posters. This event is part of Earth Week- be sure to check out the other opportunities throughout the week as well!

Earth Day Celebration

Cater Hall Lawn

Drop by for your chance to support the environment while wining prizes\, playing games\, and enjoying pizza. This event is part of Earth Week- be sure to check out the other opportunities throughout the week as well!

Geography Awareness Week

Cater Hall Lawn

Geography Awareness Event that is free and open to the Auburn community. There will be games\, drone flying\, and free food.

Mother Earth as Art

Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art

Brent Yantis, Director of the NASA/ University of Louisiana at Lafayette Regional Application Center, will be presenting a lunch-time colloquium about nature's artistic wonders in coordination with the Jules Collins Smith Museum of Fine Arts.