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 listed otherwise) and are free and open to the public.
Petr Yakovlev, Montana Bureau of Mines & Geology. Tectonic Evolution of the Tibetan Plateau. NRB 128.
Ed Schmidt, MSU-Bozeman. Oxidative Stress and Redox Homeostasis in Mammals: Should You Take Anti-oxidant Supplements? CBB 102.
Paul Gannon, MSU-Bozeman. High Temperature Corrosion in Energy Systems. ELC 202.
Ed Galindo, University of Idaho. Mentoring American Indian Students With NASA. ELC 202.
Jerry Downey, Montana Tech Metallurgical & Materials Engineering Department, 2016 SME Distinguished Researcher. Development of a Continuous-Flow Ion-Exchange Reactor to Recover Metals from Very Dilute Wastewater Streams. NRB 128.
Tom Dickson, Montana Fish, Wildlilfe, & Parks. Montana Outdoors: Serving Up Science and Management Information for Public Consumption. CBB 102.
Monica Serban, University of Montana. Thixotropic Hydrogel-Based Technology Platform. ELC 202.
Courtney Young, Montana Tech Metallurgical & Materials Engineering and 2016 Lifetime Distinguished Researcher. Perspectives on Mining Sustainability through Metallurgy. ELC 202.
Kirk Waren, Montana Bureau of Mines & Geology. Ground and Surface Water Response to Changing Irrigation Practices: A Bitterroot Valley Case Study. NRB 128.
Marisa Pedula, Montana Tech Department of Biological Sciences and 2016 Distinguished Researcher for the Montana Tech College of Letters, Sciences & Professional Studies. Montana K-12 Students Discovering Viruses to Fight Superbugs. CBB 102.
Melissa Harrington, Delaware State University. Functional Development of Motor Neurons in Normal and Diseased States. CBB 102.
Andy Karplus, Café Scientifiqué, Investigative Reporting on Proteins: Getting the Scoop on Nature's Tiniest Machines. Café at 6 p.m., talk at 6:30 p.m. Copper Lounge.
Katie McDonald, Montana Bureau of Mines & Geology and 2016 Distinguished Researcher. The Precambrian-Cambrian Transition in Southwest Montana: New Ideas Based on 15 Years of Mapping. NRB 128.
Jill Belskey, University of Montana. Community Forestry in Bhutan and Montana. CBB 102.
Techxpo: Montana Tech's Annual Design Showcase. HPER.
Mark Johnson, University of Notre Dame. Becoming Chinese in Montana. CBB 102.
Josh DeWeese, Montana State University. Hunting Wild Clay Uånder the Big Sky. Mineral Museum.