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. and are free and open to the public.
FALL 2015 SCHEDULE
Kelly Holley-Bockelman, Vanderbilt, Building the Black Hole in Our Own Backyard, ELC-202.
Xianwei Wang, Sun Yat-Sen University, China, The Trend and Dominant Causes of Water Resource Challenges in Central Asia, NRB 128
Joan Broderick, Montana State University, Mechanisms of Biological Radical Reactions, CBB-102.
Dave Pearson, Idaho State University, Building Mountains in Old Continental Crust: Central Andes vs the Northern Rockies, Mineral Museum.
Special MiniSymposium on Energy with Tsinghua University.
Jim Kaste, College of William and Mary, Dating Surface and Groundwaters with Cosmogenic Sodium Isotopes, Mineral Museum.
Karl Rink, Identification of Non-Hermetic Energetic Devices Using Krypton 85 Radioisotope Methodology: An Appraisal of Some Common Design Problems, ELC-202.
Burt Todd, Petroleum Engineering, Montana Tech, Enhanced Oil Recovery Potential from Elm Coulee Field: Social and Technical Implications, NRB-128.
Fran Berg, University of Pennsylvania, Engaging Communities to Advance Environmental Health Research, Café Scientifique, Mining City Center (Café at 6 p.m., lecture at 6:30 p.m.).
Janet Wilhaus, Boise State University, Joining Forces: Learning about Veterans Using Health Care Simulation Techniques, CBB-101.
Marilyn Besich, Great Falls College, Small Business Entrepreneurship in Montana, ELC-202.
Waleed Al Rawashdeh, Mathematical Sciences Department, Montana Tech and 2015 Distinguished Researcher, Weighted Composition Operators on Weighted Hardy and Bergman Spaces, CBB 102.
Tim McCain, Montana State University, Death in Butte’s Berkeley Pit: What 342 Dead Snow Geese Tell us about the Nature of Humans, Copper Lounge.
Michael Schwartz, U.S. Forest Service, Wildlife and Conservation Genetics, CBB-102.
Marc LeVier, 2015 Honorary Doctorate Recipient, Montana Tech, & K. Marc LeVier & Associates, Critical Elements and Critical Materials—What is So Critical?, ELC-202.
Steve Parker, Chemistry and Geochemistry, Montana Tech, & 2015 Lifetime Distinguished Research Awardee, Seasonal Biogeochemical Dynamics: Georgetown Lake, MT, CBB-102.
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.