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Physics Colloquium with Ryan Ogliore on Meteorites and the Solar System

Ryan Ogliore from Washington University in St. Louis will be presenting the colloquium "Sculpted by Starlight: A Meteorite Witness to the Solar System's Birth"
Zoom | Register in Advance

Unravelling the Geomorphic History of Mars: Landform Evolution Modeling as a Tool

Alan Howard, Senior Scientist, Planetary Science Institute, Tucson, AZ
Zoom

Astrophysics Seminar with Lenté Dreyer on Astrophysical Jets

Lenté Dreyer (Hosted by Krawczynski/Errando) from North-West University, Potchefstroom Campus, South Africa will be presenting the seminar "Exploiting High-Energy Polarimetry to Study Astrophysical Jets"
Zoom

OUR Fall 2021 Undergraduate Research Week

The Office of Undergraduate Research is excited to host the Fall 2021 Undergraduate Research Week. 

The PIXL instrument onboard the Mars 2020 Rover: an overview of the instrument, its capabilities, and first results obtained from in-situ exploration of the floor of Jezero Crater, Mars

Joel Hurowitz, Associate Professor of Geosciences, Stony Brook University
Rudolph Hall, Rm 203

Astrophysics Seminar with Kelebogile Gasealahwe on Neutron Star X-Ray Binaries with MeerKAT

Kelebogile Gasealahwe (Hosted by Krawczynski/Errando) from University of Cape Town, South African Astronomical Observatory will be presenting the seminar "Neutron Star X-ray Binaries with MeerKAT: The Outbursts of AMXP SAX J1808.4–3658 and Circinus X-1
Zoom

Public Lecture: Sampling the Solar System: A key in our quest to understand Earth's origin and evolution

Kevin McKeegan, Distinguished Professor of Cosmochemistry and Geochemistry, University of California - Los Angeles
Whitaker Hall, Room 100

Colloquium: The Laboratory Analysis of Solar Matter and Implications for Nebula Chemistry

Kevin McKeegan, Distinguished Professor of Cosmochemistry and Geochemistry, University of California - Los Angeles
Location TBD