Join us for the 15th annual Central New York Earth Science Student Symposium. This annual student symposium hosted by the Department of Earth Sciences brings together graduate students, faculty, and undergraduates from STEM programs both on campus and from surrounding campuses. It is an opportunity for students of all levels to present their research to other students and faculty in a professional atmosphere. The event features two poster sessions and two oral presentation sessions of student-led research, enabling students to present their research at various stages of completion. This allows students to collaborate, share, and receive feedback on their research.
This year we welcome Dr. Rebecca Barnes, a biogeochemist and ecosystem
ecologist from Colorado College who is interested in understanding how aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems process and export nitrogen and carbon. She is particularly interested in understanding how disturbances and global change drivers affect ecosystem function. She is also well known in the community as an advocate for women and underrepresented minorities in STEM.
This event was first published on March 3, 2020 and last updated on March 13, 2020.
- 150th Anniversary
- Main Campus
- Open to
- CAS-Department of Earth Sciences
- Glenn Thompson
- Contact Glenn Thompson to request accommodations
- Parking is available near Heroy Geology Laboratory at no charge. Recommended parking areas are the Q1 lot (blue; north of Heroy Geology Laboratory), Standart St. West lot (orange), and Raynor Ave. lot (orange). Let the parking attendant (if present) know you are attending our event. Van transportation will be provided to the lava pour from the geology building for those who need it.