About the Seminars
The Ice and Climate Seminars are interdisciplinary, cross-campus monthly meetings where lectures on their research are given by Dartmouth post-doc, graduate, and undergraduate students. These collegial seminars provide a supportive atmosphere for discussion between faculty and students, and the seminars offer an opportunity for students to practice their speaking skills. Topics include any aspect of ice from the microscale to the planetary scale, and any aspect of climate change from evidence of the past, impact on ecosystems and society, to implications for the future.
Seminars are in Rett's Room (MacLean 201) at Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth unless otherwise indicated.