[pccgrads] GSS tomorrow Wed. June 4: Pam Barrett at 5pm in 610 ATG
palevsky at u.washington.edu
Tue Jun 3 13:55:11 PDT 2014
Hi PCC grads!
This week's final installment of the GSS** for the spring will be
*tomorrow, **Wed. June 4 *at* 5pm *in* 610 ATG*:
*Pamela Barrett, Oceanography*
*"Changing atmospheric dust flux to the North Atlantic: results from CLIVAR
A16N 2003 - 2013"*
A few other important announcements:
1) Another fantastic talk *tomorrow *before the GSS will be *Kat Huybers'
PhD defense at 3pm in JHN117*: "Relationships between climate and
geophysical processes: what climate histories can be inferred from
glaciers, lakes, and ice streams." Come support your fellow PCC grad!
2) If you think you will be interested in giving a GSS talk this fall, send
me an email to let me know and you'll get priority on the fall calendar.
3) Even though there's no GSS over the summer, mark your calendars now for *PCC
happy hour in two weeks, Wed. June 18*.
Hilary, Sarah, Spruce, Jack
**The PCC Graduate Student Seminar (GSS) is organized by graduate students
for graduate students. The series provides an extremely laid back
environment where grad students give 25-35 min presentations on their
research followed by a 20 minutes of questions/discussion on the topic.
It's a great opportunity to see what is going on in climate research with
your fellow students down the hall or across campus. Plus, it you are
interested in presenting, it's a great chance to show off some of your own
research and receive feedback on your work. Presentations should be geared
toward a general scientific audience (of graduate students) with ample
background information so everyone can follow. As always, *be*v*er*ages
will be provided for a minimal donation.
If you have not attended the GSS before, we encourage you to attend. It is
a great way to meet other students and get involved in the PCC.
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