Monday October 12, 2015. 4 - 5 pm, Burt 193. Student Seminar: Rachel Klopfenstein (M.S., MRM) "Why the Salmon Bowl" and Sandra Huynh (M.S., MRM) "Understanding Visitor Motivations for Attending Fee-Based Animal Encounter Programs"
Tuesday, October 13, 2015. 12 - 1 pm, Wilkinson 108. GEM Seminar: Julia Jones. “Climate change and ecosystem response in mountain landscapes” / Shireen Hyrapiet. “Re-reading National Geographic: What's it really saying?”
Wednesday, October 14, 2015. 4 - 5 pm, Owen 101. WR Seminar: John Matthews, Alliance for Global Water Adaptation (AGWA). “Connected through Climate: How Climate Adaptation Bridges Technical Water Knowledge and Governance”
Thursday, October 15, 2015. 4 - 5 pm, Wilkinson 108. G&G Seminar: Kate Huntington, University of Washington. “From plateaus and paleoclimate to fluids on faults: Carbonate clumped isotope thermometry in continental tectonics”
CEOAS faculty and staff are invited to a two-hour seminar in Wilkinson 203 Thursday 15, Oct 11:00 – 1:00
This two-hour seminar (with lunch provided) will give an introduction to private-philanthropy fundraising, describe ways to engage and cultivate donors, and explain resources available at CEOAS and the OSU Foundation. While this seminar might be most useful for program and project leaders, it will be helpful to anyone involved in seeking private funding and also those simply thinking about their personal charitable giving or estate planning.
Host: Interim Dean Roy Haggerty
Seminar Leaders: OSU Foundation Director of Development Doug Brusa and Director of Gift Planning Jennifer Milburn
CEOAS Accounting Open House
Friday, October 16th from 2-4 PM
CEOAS faculty, staff and students are encouraged to stop by the Accounting Office to check out our remodeled space and to meet with business office staff. Come to get questions answered or just to say hi and grab some coffee and a sweet treat!
PLEASE follow the directions for the poster and abstract carefully, and remember that the attendees for this conference are about 3/8 college students (grad and UG), 2/8 agency/scientists, and 3/8 citizens, NGOs, etc., so design accordingly.
This year there will be a Friday night “student” reception (5:30-8pm) complete with food (pizza) and activities for those students presenting posters. The first activity is a student only poster session. The second activity is a “speed meet and greet” with academic and agency scientists, industry practioners, NGO folks, policy folks, fishermen, etc.
Saturday’s program will soon be up on the website (http://www.stateofthecoast.com/).
Registration is open on the website. Each student should register individually.
Phil Mote checks out Crater Lake's weather buoy. Photo by Julie Vano