Welcome, and thank you for your interest in the Fall 2022 School of Earth and Space Exploration Colloquium Series.

Colloquia take place at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesdays in the Marston Theater on the first floor of ISTB4 virtually and in person. Those attending in person will be expected to abide by ASU’s COVID rules for classrooms and other gatherings.

For more information, please contact Professor Kip Hodges, colloquium committee chair.

Recordings of presentations are linked from the talk titles and answers to student questions can be found below under Supplementary Materials. Schedules, speakers, and materials from previous semesters' Colloquia are accessible on the archive page.

Date

Speaker

Institution

Talk Title

Aug 31 Peter Buseck ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration From Earth to Deep Space: A Half Century (Almost) of Nanomineralogy
Sept 7 Larry Nittler ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration A Trip to the Early Solar System: First Results from Returned Asteroid Ryugu Samples
Sept 14 Eric Hochberg BIOS and ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration Coral Reef Airborne Laboratory (CORAL)—Not Missing the Reef for the Corals
Sept 21 SESE Leadership ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration Community Conversation
Sept 28 Chris Mead ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration Digital and Fully online Education: Pushing Forward Without Leaving People Behind
Oct 5 Frank Timmes ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration Modules for Experiments in Stellar Astrophysics (MESA)
Oct 12 Nathaniel Butler ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration Gamma Ray Bursts: Past, Present, and Future
Oct 19 SESE Leadership ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration Community Conversation
Oct 26 Evan Scannapieco ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration Why did the Most Massive Galaxies Stop Forming Stars?
Nov 2 Jim Skinner US Geological Survey, Astrogeology Science Center How Geologic Maps Facilitate the Exploration of Worlds Beyond Our Own
Nov 9 Rob Zellem JPL (Small) Ground-based Telescopes are Crucial for Space-based Observatories
Nov 16 Ryan Thigpen University of Kentucky

Removal of the northern paleo-Teton Range along the Yellowstone hotspot track

Nov 30 SESE Leadership ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration Community Conversation

Supplementary Materials

Supplementary materials for Fall 2022 will be found here after the presentation.

Aug 31

Peter Buseck "From Earth to Deep Space: A Half Century (Almost) of Nanomineralogy" answers to student questions
Sept 7 Larry Nittler "A Trip to the Early Solar System" answers to student questions and talking points
Oct 5 Frank Timmes "Modules for Experiments in Stellar Astrophysics (MESA)" talking points
Oct 12 Nathaniel Butler "Gamma Ray Bursts: Past, Present, and Future"  answers to student questions and talking points
Oct 26 Evan Scannapieco "Why did the Most Massive Galaxies Stop Forming Stars?" talking points
Nov 9 Rob Zellem "(Small) Ground-based Telescopes" answers to student questions and talking points