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“Eruptions and Interruptions in the High Desert: Do the Rivers Give a Dam?” Salt Lake City Event

Date: 2:00pm PDT April 13, 2013 Location: Natural History Museum of Utah

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Natural History Museum of Utah

Meet local alumni, parents, and admitted students, and enjoy the evening with one of L&C outstanding professors - Associate Professor of Geological Science and Environmental Studies Program Director Liz Safran.

Saturday, April 13, 2 p.m.
Natural History Museum of Utah
301 Wakara Way
Salt Lake City, Utah 84105

reception followed by presentation

Event Registration

The cost of the event is $10, which includes museum admission. Kids are welcome. Please click here to register. Call our office main line at 503.768.7950 if you encounter any problem with the online registration or if you have questions.

More on the Speaker

Professor Safran has been teaching at Lewis & Clark since 2000 and is currently an Associate Professor of Geological Science and the chair of the Environmental Studies Program at Lewis & Clark. Her courses include Environmental Geology, Hydrology, The Origins of Life in the Universe, Oregon Field Geology, and others. Her research focuses on Geomorphology - the study of why the landscape looks the way it does and the processes that shape them.

Professor Safran is also playing a central role in developing a long-term strategic plan in ensuring Lewis & Clark remains a leader in innovative environmental scholarship and is recognized nationally as such.

She holds a B.A. from Harvard (1989), an M.A. from University of Washington (1993), and a Ph.D. from University of California at Santa Barbara (1998).