The Syracuse University campus is fortunate to be home to a pair of red-tailed hawks, one of North America’s most widespread and common hawks. The pair is currently raising three chicks in their nest located on the east side of…
Tales from the Neoproterozoic: From a Tilting Earth to the Origin of Animals
The Department of Earth Sciences presents the fall 2010 K. Douglas Nelson Lecture Series, this week featuring Galen Halverson from McGill University. His lecture is titled “Tales from the Neoproterozoic: From
a Tilting Earth to the Origin of Animals” The lecture will be on Thursday, Nov. 18, at 4 p.m. in 113 Heroy Geology Lab; refreshments will be served.
Anyone wishing to meet with Halverson can contact his host, Professor Gregory Hoke. The University community and public are welcome to attend.