The following students have fellowships during Fall 2004 and will present a short review of their research results for the Fall 2004 semester. Each talk will be followed by questions and discussion from both staff and students.
All are welcome to attend.
|Student||Title of Talk||Fellowship||Advisor|
|Trevor Aitken||Tectonics and Stratigraphy of the Grenada and Tobago Basins||Gale White Fellowship||Mann|
|Danielle Bailey||Ocean Drilling: Reading Into the Past, Present, and Future||GK-12 Fellowship||Ellins|
|Martin Hanzlik||Ocean Drilling Vista; Leg 183, A Challenge to Uniformitarianism?||GK-12 Fellowship||Ellins/Mann|
|Sylvia Nordfjord||Seismic Facies Analysis of Shallowly Buried Channels, New Jersey Continental Shelf: Understanding Late Quaternary Paleoenvironments During the Last Transgression||Ewing Worzel Fellowship||Austin/Goff|
|Jeri Rodgers||The Great Mayan Drought: A GK-12 Activity Utilizing ODP Core 1002D||GK-12 Fellowship||Ellins|
|Joel Stevens||Understanding Our Groundwater: Graphing and Mapping Spring Flow in the Barton Springs Segment of the Edwards Aquifer, Texas||GK-12 Fellowship||Ellins|
Seminars are usually held on Fridays at 4:00 p.m. but check the day of the
week on your calendar to be certain. There are exceptions. 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 800, Mid-level
Austin, Texas 78759