Sonoma State University's Geology Lecture Series brings speakers from all around Northern California to the Rohnert Park campus including a special lecture by Professor Matt James on his new book Collecting Evolution: The Galapagos Expedition that Vindicated Darwin. James will speak about his experiences visiting the Galapagos and talking about his unique research he was able to obtain from the California Academy of Sciences, where he is a Fellow.
Lectures are in Darwin 128 at noon on Wednesday. Cookies and Coffee are served. All are welcome to join the speaker for an informal lunch on campus at Overlook after the talk. Admission is free, parking is $5-$8 on campus.
Environmental and Nuclear Forensic Studies of the Actinide Elements
Enrica Balboni, Postdoctural Fellow, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Collecting Evolution: The Galapagos Expedition that Vindicated Darwin
Matt James, Sonoma State University Professor
Geology of the Central Coast of California
Alan Chapman, Assistant Professor at Macalaster College
Strain and Vorticity Analysis of Mid-Crustal Rocks Exhumed Along the Denali Fault in the Eastern Alaska Range
Laura Tait, Graduate Student at UC Davis
Career Opportunities in the Wastewater/Water Resources Field
Veronica Astells, Environmental Program Manager, Town of Windsor
The Working Life of a SSU Geology Graduate
Nick Bel, Distinguished Sonoma State University Alumni
The John and Mary Louise Riley Geology Lecture Series is sponsored by the SSU Geology Club, an academic club with the common interest of rocks, fossils, and the Earth.