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The   Montana   Tech   Public   Lecture   Series

The Montana Tech Public Lecture Series brings speakers from a wide variety of disciplines to our campus. All lectures begin at 4 p.m. (unless listed otherwise) and are free and open to the public.


FALL 2017

August 31

Kevin Negus, Montana Tech. 3G, 4G, 5G Wireless—How Many Gs Until Cellphones Work in Montana? ELC-202.


September 7

Zachariah Perry, Reed College. The Gem of the City: Restoration of the Reed College Canyon within Urban Portland, CBB-101.


September 14

Spruce Schoenemann, UM Western. Reconstructing Holocene Climate from Greenland Lake Sediments. NRB-128.


September 21

Doug Smith, Yellowstone National Park. Restoring Yellowstone Gray Wolves, CBB 101.


September 28

Lori Lambert, Montana State University, Indigenous Methods of Research: Beyond Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR), ELC-202.


October 5

Sandy Ross, Café Scientifiqué,University of Montana, Time-Resolved Fluorescence: A Dynamic Approach for Studying Functional Interactions in Biological Systems, Copper Lounge  Café at 6 p.m., talk at 6:30 p.m.


October 12

Elliott Barnhart, USGS Bozeman, Hyporheic Microbial Biofilms as Indicators of Heavy and Rare Earth Metals in the Clark Fork Basin, Montana, NRB-128.


October 19

Katie Hailer, Montana Tech 2017 CLSPS Distinguished Researcher, Mechanism and Bioapplications of a Novel Apatite Nanoparticle for Phage Therapeutics, CBB-102.


October 26

Bill Riggs, Mentors International, Inc., Flotation Reagents vs Operator Control, ELC-202.


November 2

Chris Gammons,  Montana Tech 2017 Lifetime Distinguished Researcher, The Metallic Ore Deposits of Montana: A Review of the Literature and some New Ideas, CBB-101.


November 9

Rebekah Levine, UM Western, Beyond the Dam: The Influence of Beaver on Stream and Riparian Dynamics, NRB-128.


November 16

Jim Robbins, Author and Journalist, Molecular Mechanisms, The Wonder of Birds, CBB-102.


November 23

No speaker. Enjoy the holiday with your family and friends. 


November 30

Jane Mangold, Montana State University, Invasive Plants on Montana Range and Wildland, CBB-101. 


December 7

Catherine McDonald, MBMG 2016 Distinguished Researcher, Unraveling the Late Proterozoic-Cambrian Transition in the Pioneer Mountains, Southwest Montana, NRB 128.