SESE Colloquium Series

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Welcome, and thank you for your interest in the Summer 2020 SESE Colloquium Series.

In an effort to ensure everyone’s safety and health at this time, the School of Earth and Space Exploration has made the decision to provide colloquia as a webinar. 

SESE Colloquia take place at 3:30 p.m.

For more information, please contact Professor Ariel Anbar, colloquium committee chair.

Abstracts for talks 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' SESE Colloquia are accessible on the archive page.

DateSpeakerInstitutionHostTalk Title
June 3SESE LeadershipASU - School of Earth and Space ExplorationMini WadhwaSESE Community Conversation
June 17Paul ScowenASU - School of Earth and Space Exploration

Hubble at 30: Looking Beyond the Eagle at Star and Planet Formation

June 24Molly SimonASU Citizen Science in the Classroom: Successes and Shortcomings
July 1SESE LeadershipASU - School of Earth and Space ExplorationMini Wadhwa

SESE Community Conversation

July 8Mingming LiASU - School of Earth and Space ExplorationMulti-scale deep mantle structure and convection
July 15

Christy Till

ASU - School of Earth and Space ExplorationNew Insights into Magmatic Systems
July 22Peter BuseckASU - School of Molecular SciencesFrom Earth to Deep Space: Nanomineralogy at ASU
July 29Devin SchraderASU - Center for Meteorite StudiesInvestigating the history of our protoplanetary disk through meteorites
Aug 5SESE LeadershipASU - School of Earth and Space ExplorationMini WadhwaSESE Community Conversation
Aug 12

Maitrayee Bose

ASU - School of Earth and Space ExplorationProbing water in small celestial bodies with mass spectrometry

Aug 19

Joe O'Rourke

ASU - School of Earth and Space Exploration

Mysteries of Venus: From Crust to Core
Aug 26

Jim Tyburczy 

ASU - School of Earth and Space Exploration

 

 

Supplementary Materials (Spring 2020)

 Colloquium Questions AnsweredAdditional Information