Monday, September 27, the seventh colloquium featuring Dr. Denton Ebel, curator at the American Museum of Natural History, will be held. The event will be hosted by the Department of Physics and Astronomy and the Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences.
Ebel will deliver his talk entitled, "Meteorites as Evidence for Planetary Origins and the Evolution of Solar Systems,” in person at 4 p.m. in Plemmons Student Union Room 201B (Table Rock Room).
All are welcome to join for this exciting colloquium. Undergraduate students are particularly encouraged to participate.
For those who cannot attend in person, there is an option to attend virtually. https://appstate.zoom.us/j/97558047710?pwd=NXY3RzZGZGZMMjY0ZnZEVFRYQlhpdz09. Meeting ID: 975 5804 7710. Passcode: 740436.
If you would like to meet with Dr. Ebel personally and ask about his research in a one-on-one meeting, please send an email to (email@example.com), who would be happy to schedule a 30-minute slot to meet with him on Monday 9/27. A lunch outside with students is also planned for September 27, exact time and place TBD. If you are interested in joining for lunch, please fill out a brief form at https://forms.gle/UzszmAN5y6BYPU8aA to help with headcount.
About the Department of Physics and Astronomy
The Department of Physics and Astronomy’s curriculum has an applied nature that includes a core of fundamental physics courses and laboratory experiences. The department prepares graduates for a variety of scientific, teaching or engineering professions, as well as future educational endeavors. Learn more at https://physics.appstate.edu.
About the Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences
Located in Western North Carolina, Appalachian State University provides the perfect setting to study geological and environmental sciences. The Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences provides students with a solid foundation on which to prepare for graduate school or build successful careers as scientists, consultants and secondary education teachers. The department offers six degree options in geology and two degree options in environmental science. Learn more at https://earth.appstate.edu.