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A Walk Through Dinosaur State Park: Educational Resources and Recent Geological
Fri., 12 March, 9:30–11:30 a.m.
Leaders: Peter Drzewiecki, Michael Ross, Drew Hyatt, Paul Olsen, and Randolph
Dinosaur State Park is one of Connecticut’s most spectacular and accessible geological
resources. This virtual tour will include a walk through the property and exhibits at the park,
followed by a discussion of its on-ground and virtual educational resources and the geological
value of new and exciting research being conducted at the park.
Contact Peter Drzewiecki (email@example.com) for more information.
LGBTQ+ Geoscientists Social Hour
Sun., 14 March, 6–7 p.m.
Please join us for a relaxed gathering to enjoy conversation, networking, and the opportunity to
connect with each other and build community. Students welcome. Please contact Erika Amir-Lin
(firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions.
Take the GSA Foundation Rock Quiz to test your knowledge!
Geology in Pop Culture Trivia Event
Mon., 15 March, 5:30–6:30 p.m.
Please join the GSA Foundation for a fun gathering and test your knowledge of geology in pop culture
Which pop-culture element exists in real life?
A. Adamantium B. Mithril C. Kryptonite D. Promethium
Event contact email: email@example.com
Map Blast (Canceled)
Mon., 15 March, 7–8:30 p.m.
Meeting attendees are invited to post and informally discuss recently completed or in-progress
maps during a virtual Map Blast to be held at 7:00 pm Monday March 15. Presenters will have 5
minutes to discuss their map, then there will be a 4-minute discussion time.
Please send Mark Evans (firstname.lastname@example.org) the title of the
map and the name and contact
information of the presenter. Time restrictions allow only 12 presentations. Instructions will
follow on how to upload your map. Deadline for applying to the Map Blast is March 1, 2021.
Is Geology at a Crossroads?
Sunday 14 March, 7-8:15 p.m.
Sponsored by NAGT-New England section executive committee and councilors
Join us for an important discussion about the decline and changing face of the geosciences in
secondary and college-level programming. Four panelists will present and preside over discussion
about: Geology departments - then and now, Facing termination – next steps for University of Vermont
Geology after decades of serving Vermont, New England and the World, Geoscience Pathways – Issues of
Equity and Inclusion, and A look at the status, and importance, of secondary-level Earth Science
- 5 minute introduction (Tarin Weiss)
- 4 10-minute presentations by panelists
- 20 minute open discussion
Contact Tarin Weiss, email@example.com, to find
out more and to ensure your spot in this forum.