Previous GSA Sessions

2018 – GeoCUR is sponsoring the following sessions now accepting proposals for GSA 2018, taking place in Indianapolis, IN, November 4-7, 2018:

T71. Recruiting and Retaining K9–16 Students through Field- and Laboratory -Based Geoscience Experiences (Posters)

Nazrul I. Khandaker, Stanley Schleifer, Arif M. Sikder
GSA Geology and Society Division; GSA Geoscience Education Division; GSA Quaternary Geology and Geomorphology Division; GSA Geology and Health Division; GSA Environmental & Engineering Geology Division; GSA Sedimentary Geology Division; Council on Undergraduate Research Geosciences Division; GSA Energy Geology Division; National Association of Geoscience Teachers
This session will enable faculty and K9–16 students to present their field- and laboratory-based research on a variety of geosciences-related aspects, including sedimentology, geomorphology, field geology, environmental geology, urban geology, geoscience education, and new pedagogical approaches.
Geoscience Education | Environmental Geoscience | Geoscience Information/Communication
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T81. Promoting Scientific CURE-iosity: Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experiences (CUREs) in Introductory Courses at 2YCs and 4YCs

Virginia L. Peterson, Kenneth L. Brown, Sarah K. Fortner, Claire McLeod
Council on Undergraduate Research Geosciences Division; National Association of Geoscience Teachers; GSA Geoscience Education Division
This session provides a platform to discuss effective practices related to CURE’s, especially in introductory geoscience courses.  We encourage educators from 2YC and 4YC institutions to share approaches to integrating CUREs into their undergraduate curriculum.
Geoscience Education
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T105. A Showcase of Undergraduate Research in Hydrogeology (Posters)

Samuel J. Smidt, Susan Swanson, Laura K. Rademacher, Molly Cain
GSA Hydrogeology Division; Council on Undergraduate Research Geosciences Division; GSA Karst Division
This session is designed for undergraduates presenting research and senior theses in the field of hydrogeology.  Prizes will be awarded for top presentations. Employers and graduate advisers are encouraged to attend.
Hydrogeology |
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