Free COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

Wednesday, December 1st

Open to all

11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Kelley/Steward Room in the SUB, North Campus

1st, 2nd, or booster will be available. Please bring your vaccination card to receive the 2nd or 3rd dose.

Public Lecture Series

The Montana Tech Public Lecture Series

The Montana Tech Public Lecture Series brings speakers from a wide variety of disciplines to our campus. Fall 2021 lectures are planned to be remote, using the Zoom platform. All lectures begin at 4 p.m. (mountain time) Wednesdays (unless otherwise noted) and are free and open to the public.

Fall 2021

Please watch our campus calendar weekly for upcoming presentations and schedule changes.

4:00 pm each Wednesday

All are welcome by Zoom only.

September 8:         Beau Downing, Montana NRDP - Evaluating Remediation and Restoration Site Response Through Targeted Monitoring of Water Quality, Macro-Invertebrate Communities, Fish Colonization, and Riparian Revegetation at the Upper Blackfoot Mining Complex

September 15:       Robin Kimmerer: (American Distinguished Teaching Professor of Environmental and Forest Biology; and Director, Center for Native Peoples and the Environment, at the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY-ESF)) - Ecological Restoration, Braiding Sweetgrass, and Related Perspectives, including Reciprocity, Responsibility, Relations 

September 22:      Josh Bryson, Management Service Company, An Affiliate of Atlantic Richfield Company - Applying Nature Based Solutions in Mine Reclamation

September 29:      Dr. Jack Skinner, Montana Technological University - Nanofabrication for Transformative Energy

October 6:             Dr. Stuart Parker, Post-Doctoral Researcher, Montana Bureau of Mines & Geology:  Sedimentary Rocks Control the Style of Mountain Building: An Example from the Idaho-Montana Fold-Thrust Belt

October 13:           Alex Leone, Clark Fork Coalition and Morgan Schultz, Montana Technological University - Streambank Habitat Assessment Following River Restoration along the Upper Clark Fork  Zoom link:

October 20:           Dr. Thomas Oommen, Michigan Technological University - A New Paradigm in Geotechnical Performance Monitoring using Remote Sensing Zoom link:

October 27:           TBA

November 3:         Karin Boyd, Applied Geomorphology, Inc. - Upper Clark Fork River Floodplain Geomorphology and Restoration 

November 10:       Dr. Emily Roland, Western Washington University - Earthquake and Related Tsunami and Landslide Hazards associated with Offshore Faulting along Continental Margin

November 17:       John Klaptosky, Yellowstone National Park - Restoration of Native Flora in the Gardiner Basin of Yellowstone National Park 

December 1:         Amy Sacry, Geum Environmental - Upper Clark Fork River Floodplain Recovery Trends post Remediation and Restoration