Join us for Science in the Cinema! We’ll be watching Avatar with EAPS Prof. Kristin Bergmann and postdoc Julien de Wit. Come hang out, watch a cinematic classic, and discuss the science behind the movie!
At MIT, advanced degree candidates receive their Doctoral hoods in a separate ceremony held the day before Commencement. We are delighted to welcome home to MIT Dr. Lisa Su ’90 SM ’91 PhD ’94, President and CEO of Advanced Micro Devices, as the guest speaker on June 8. Full story at MIT News
Family, friends, and mentors of PhD and ScD candidates are well aware of the long journey to earning a Doctoral degree: the Investiture of Doctoral Hoods is a very happy occasion for all!
A buffet luncheon to celebrate the accomplishments of EAPS 2016 doctoral graduates will take place in 54-923 immediately following the “Investiture of the Doctoral Degree Hoods” ceremony.
MIT is honored to welcome Tim Cook, Chief Executive Officer of Apple, as guest speaker at the 2017 Commencement Exercises.
More information about Commencement Day can be found HERE HERE. Any questions? Please contact the Commencement Office: firstname.lastname@example.org | 617-253-4795
Join EAPS Alumni & friends for a casual reception following commencement.
We are pleased to announce an EAPS field trip to Newfoundland. The trip is open to all EAPS undergraduates and graduate students. Flights, lodging, and food will be included. The trip will run from August 28th – September 4th. During the trip we will be staying at hotels and motels as opposed to camping.
The trip will focus on the geology of Newfoundland and will cross three ancient continents with stops along the way including world-famous Ediacaran fossils, ophiolites and suture zones, Snowball Earth deposits, Quaternary glacial valleys and fjords.
Prior to the field trip each participant will be responsible for preparing materials on a particular topic and will present during the trip. There will be a 3 credit course everyone will enroll in for the Fall 2017 semester.
All undergraduates are particularly encouraged to join the trip and will have first priority on available spaces.
Faculty Instructors: Kristin Bergmann, Taylor Perron, Greg Fournier
Graduate Student Organizing Committee: Marjorie Cantine, Maya Stokes and Sam Goldberg
The John Carlson Lecture communicates exciting new results in climate science to the general public. Free of charge and open to the general public, the lecture is made possible by a generous gift from MIT alumnus John H. Carlson to the Lorenz Center in the Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, MIT. For more information please contact: Brandon Milardo, email@example.com.
The goal of the Graduate Climate Conference (GCC) is to provide a discussion forum for graduate students undertaking research on climate and climate change in an array of disciplines throughout the physical sciences, biological sciences, social sciences, and humanities. The format is designed to encourage new climate researchers to become acquainted with the details of diverse areas of study and to place their own work in the broader context of the climate research community.
The GCC will return to Cape Cod, Massachusetts for its 11th iteration in November 10-12, 2017. Historically, the responsibility for organizing the GCC has rotated between grad students from MIT and the University of Washington. This year’s conference will be a joint venture between students from the MIT Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences’ Program in Atmospheres, Oceans and Climate and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
Important Dates: Applications open – April 24, 2017 | Application deadline – June 15, 2017
Please save the date!
Reception and Dinner to follow 5:00pm | Samberg Conference Center, MIT, Chang Building, 50 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA
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