The Montana Tech Public Lecture Series
The Montana Tech Public Lecture Series brings speakers from a wide variety of disciplines to our campus. All lectures begin at 4 p.m. unless specifically noted and are free and open to the public.
SPRING 2015 SCHEDULE
John LaFave, Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology, "Tracking Montana's Groundwater: 20 Years of Lessons Learned."
Tim Manley, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks, "Wildest Grizzly in Your Back Yard." CBB-102.
Charles Monroe, University of Alabama-Birmingham, "Opportunities in Materials Processing: Metal Casting." ELC 202.
Randy Babbitt, Montana State University, "Optical Crystals versus Supercomputers: The Future of Signal Processing." ELC-202.
Travis McLing, Idaho National Laboratory, "Carbon Sequestration in the Kevin Dome, Nothern Montana." NRB-128.
Carrie Vath, Montana Tech Academic Center for Excellence Director, "Social and economic dimensions of the bushmeat trade in Southeast Nigeria." CBB-102.
Martin Karplus, Harvard, Strasbourg, & 2013 Chemistry Nobel Laureate, "Motion: The Hallmark of Life From Masupials to Molecules."
Elizabeth Meredith, MBMG Billing, "Effects of Coalbed Methane Production on Stream Flow." NRB-128.
Dan Ervin, University of California Santa Barbara, "Applications of Stable Isotope Ratio Analysis for Social Science Research." CBB-102.
Robert Pal, Marie Curie Fellow, European Union, "Are native and non-native populations of an invasive plant really different?" CBB-102.
Peggy Delaney, Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology, "Archiving Montana's Geologic Data." NRB-128.
Vedran Lekic, Earthscope, "Imaging Tectonic Plates - Structure and Deformation of North America." NRB-128.
Katie Hailer, Montana Tech Chemistry, "Human Exposure Assessment down-wind of an active open-pit copper and molybdenum mine in Butte, MT."
Corby Anderson, Colorado School of Mines, "Arsenic Hydrometallurgy: Fundamentals, Technology and Applications." 2 p.m. in ELC 202.
William Phillips, NIST Gaithersburg & 1997 Physics Nobel Laureate, "Time, Einstein, and the Coolest Stuff in the Universe." Library Auditorium.
Aaron Thomas, University of Montana, "Research, STEM Education, and Native American Programs in Montana." ELC-202.
Sponsored by the School of Mines & Engineering; College of Letters, Sciences, & Professional Studies; Highlands College; Biology Department; Research Office; Montana Bureau of Mines & Geology; & Sigma Xi.