St. Lawrence University will host the 74th annual Pi Mu Epsilon Interscholastic Mathematics Contest for area high school students on April 4.
Please join us for a seminar presentation by the Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar Dr. James C. Zachos, Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences, University of California, Santa Cruz. This lecture examines the discovery and study of the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum, a transient global warming event. The lecture will explore the international efforts to document the scale and timing of climate change, and the race to understand what triggered this event and how it impacted life.
The Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar Dr. James C. Zachos, Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences, University of California, Santa Cruz will explore the theory of and the evidence for the process of ocean acidification, as well as potential projections of acidification a few centuries into the future, and the measures that need to taken to avoid the worse case scenarios.
Sophomores: If you are planning to declare a major in psychology, come to the major declaration on Monday, February 19 at 4:30pm in Bloomer Auditorium (Brown Hall). It is an important meeting during which you will learn the requirements of the major, meet psychology faculty, and select your academic advisor.
All materials required to declare a major (or minor) will be provided at the meeting.
The meeting will last approximately 30 minutes.
Spider Venom: new technologies yield insights into an ancient predatory adaptation
Diana White, PhD
Assistant Professor, Mathematics
Dr. White is a mathematical biologist who uses mathematical models as a tool to solve biology-focused research questions.
Dr. Georgia Fotopoulos, Queen’s University
Geosensing tools at your fingertips: GPS, LiDAR and Gravimetry
Friday, April 21, 2017