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Feb 29 Thu 4:00pm

Department Seminar Series

Tate Hall B20, or Virtual via Zoom.

February 29
Dr. Lucas Landherr, Associate Teaching Professor, Chemical Engineering, Northeastern University
Drawn to STEM: The Integration of Visualization Into Education Through Comics and Animation To Improve Learning

Abstract below

Apr 5 Fri 10:00am
Apr 25 Thu 4:00pm

2024 A.O.C. Nier Lecture

Tate Hall B20 & Virtual Via Zoom

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Celebrating 150 years of Geosciences

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See how we're celebrating 150 years of Geosciences