In an effort to modernize decades-old timekeeping systems and improve core Human Resources transactions (e.g., iJANs and Appointments), cross-functional teams are working to introduce new, simpler processes and one modern system. The upgrades are planned for launch on July 30,…
Applications of in situvoltammetry to understanding dynamics of biogeochemical processes at hydrothermal vents
The Department of Earth Sciences presents the spring 2012 K. Douglas Nelson Lecture Series, this week featuring George Luther III, from University of Delaware. His title is “Applications of in situvoltammetry to understanding dynamics of biogeochemical processes at hydrothermal vents.” The lecture will be on Thursday, March 22, at 4 p.m. in room 113 Heroy Geology Lab; refreshments will be served. Anyone wishing to meet with Dr. Luther III can contact his host, Professor Zunli Lu. The University community and public are welcome to attend.
Contact Person: Bonnie Andrews