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Fellowship talks

Fellowship Talks

3:30 p.m.
22 November 2002

The following students have fellowships during Fall, 2002, and will present a short review of their research results for the fall 2002 semester. Each talk will be followed by questions and discussion from both staff and students. At the end of the presentations, an award will be presented for "Best Fall 2002 Fellowship Presentation."

All are welcome to attend including interested students and staff and oil industry representatives.

StudentFellowshipTitle of Talk
Samarjit ChakrabortyEwing-Worzel FellowshipSedimentologic and tectonic interpretation of merged bathymetric data derived from 3D seismic volumes, eastern offshore Trinidad
Matt MorrisGK-12 FellowshipAsteroid impacts
Magdalena MuchlinskiGK-12 Fellowship"Program overview: Apples and Airguns: Integrating UTIG Scientists with K-12 Educators to Strengthen Science Education" and "Back to the future: Reconstructing sub-fossil paleoecology"
Robert RogersBP FellowshipGeologic constraints on the late Mesozoic tectonic evolution of the Chortis block of northern Central America
Sean SullivanEwing-Worzel FellowshipCatalogue of bottom sediment types of eastern offshore Trinidad: Relations to submarine canyons, surficial mud diapirs and faults, hydrocarbon seeps and productive areas

The Institute's seminars are held at:
4412 Spicewood Springs Rd.
(Office complex behind Walgreen's at the corner of Spicewood Springs Rd. and Mesa Dr. in northwest Austin.)
Building 500, Upstairs
Austin, Texas 78759
(512) 471-6156