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CEOAS is OUT THERE where you are! Join us for one of our upcoming events.
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May 20-21, Geology Alumni Reunion. Join us on campus for this fun-filled multi-day event with a variety of opportunities to connect with fellow geology classmates, faculty, students, and of course, your alma mater! Schedule of events and registration.
Come and watch what you might have missed! In the last year, many CEOAS alumni have "come back to campus" virtually to share their knowledge in webcasts, career panels and more. CEOAS faculty have continued to be "Out There" engaging via virtual science pubs - zooming from their living rooms to yours.
Ocean-going nostalgia? Help bid farewell to R/V Oceanus and thank her for 45 years of exploring the ocean by sharing your stories of the ship, your time at sea, or other fond oceanography memories. Share here.
2021 Thomas Condon Lecture The Missoula Floods and the Channeled Scablands. Presented by Jim O’Connor, USGS
Knowledge Break Tour the Seafloor: Digging into the Earth’s Climate History. Travel back in time with CEOAS scientists to see geologic evidence of ice shelves, glaciers, megafloods and earthquakes through this virtual tour
Conversations with OSU Influencers A record of climate change: Integrating Indigenous knowledge with conventional science. Presented by 2020 OSU Alumni Fellow, renowned climate scientist, scholar and advocate Margaret Hiza Redsteer, Ph.D. geology ’99.
"What's Next?" Podcast Geography and working at the intersection of humanity and nature. How do you explore the connection of human needs and culture around the ocean's edge? Join us for a deep dive into a conversation exploring the geography of human activity with the earth and ocean with CEOAS grad, Melva Treviño Peña, Ph.D. geography '18.
"What's Next?" Podcast A Champion for Native and Indigenous Communities – CEOAS grad, Brandon Larrabee, Earth sciences ’19, a member of the Confederated Tribes of Siletz, share his journey to OSU, the work he is doing for native and indigenous peoples, and the importance of community and creating opportunities for the next generation.
5 under 5 Alumni Panel Mapping your future: Careers in GIS and geospatial technology. A panel discussion and Q&A with five outstanding CEOAS alumni, that have all graduated in the last five years.
OSUAA Career Webcast Careers in Science Communication and Storytelling. Are you a science storyteller? Explore career trajectories in the science communication scene and learn how to use your voice to convey complex topics in an engaging and understandable way from alumni experts Jeremy Hoffman, Ph.D. geology ’17, chief scientist at the Science Museum of Virginia, and Megan Cook, marine biology ’09, manager of education partnerships & programs at Ocean Exploration Trust.
OSU-Cascades Science Pub The Environment: How it Affects You and Your Health. When it comes to the environment and human health, everything is connected – from microbes to megafauna, and from pathogens to people. Come learn about the interrelationships of natural systems and your health from an all-star cast of OSU CEOAS and CPHHS Deans and faculty experts.
OMSI Science Pub The 22nd Century Survival Project with CEOAS faculty members in geography, Jamon Van Den Hoek, James R. Watson, and David Wrathall. The 22nd Century has the potential to hinder if not outright eliminate society and civilization. Climate change and new technologies are fostering changes to our individual and collective experiences at a pace unseen before. Artificial intelligence, pandemics, antimicrobial resistance, and climate change all bring risks that have global reach and that can have deep and long-lasting local impacts. Many of these risks can only be addressed through collective action. These are the hallmarks of the Anthropocene – the age of dominant human influence on the Earth.
OSU Cascades Science Pub The Great Outdoors - Climate Change Impacts Around (the) Bend
Larger and more frequent wildland fires, smoke severe enough to threaten air quality, and drought are signs of how climate change is changing the U.S. West. But how will a changing climate impact us here in Central Oregon? Join OSU climatologist Larry O’Neill to understand how a continuing drought and shrinking snowpack might impact future water availability issues, how weather patterns may increase rain in the region, and how temperatures and lightning storms may shape the severity of future wildfires.
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