The College of Earth and Mineral Sciences hosted numerous celebratory events to commemorate the college's 125th anniversary, including the GEMS 125th Anniversary Educational Series. In case you missed the seminars, recordings are linked below.
GEMS Virtual Educational Series Webinars
- March 10, 2022: GEMS 125th Anniversary Educational Series
Bill Brune, Distinguished Professor of Meteorology
"News Flash: Thunderstorms Spark Unexpected Extreme Amounts of the Atmosphere's Cleanser Hydroxyl"
- November 9, 2021: GEMS 125th Anniversary Educational Series
- Brian King, Head and professor of geography
"Infectious Addictions: Geographies of Colliding Epidemics"
- August 26: GEMS 125th Anniversary Educational Series
James Kasting, Evan Pugh University Professor of Geosciences
"Habitable Zones and the Search for Life on Planets Around Other Stars"
- June 22: GEMS 125th Anniversary Educational Series
Clive Randall, director of the Materials Research Institute
"Cold Sintering of Functional Materials with a View Toward Sustainability"
- April 20, 2021: GEMS 125th Anniversary Educational Series
Tim White, research professor and director of the EMS Sustainability Council
"Sustainability Initiatives Aimed at Environmental Footprint Reduction in the College of EMS"
- Feb. 16: GEMS 125th Anniversary Educational Series
Seth Blumsack, John and Willie Leone Family Department of Energy and Mineral Engineering
"Beyond the Power Grid: The Next Generation of Energy Transitions (and the people who will make them happen)"
- Dec. 15, 2020: GEMS 125th Anniversary Virtual Educational Series
Rob Lydick, host and forecaster for "Weather World" and researcher in the Department of Meteorology and Atmospheric Science, launched the virtual GEMS series
"New Mission for 'Weather World' "