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The Faculty Emeriti Association is sponsoring a series of lectures that are open to the MSU community. The series offers Faculty Emeriti opportunities to hear about interesting topics and to become reconnected with the campus.
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Warren Wood (BS, MS, and PhD, MSU) is Visiting Professor of Geosciences at Michigan State University; Adjunct Professor, King Fahd University, Saudi Arabia; Visiting Research Associate, School of Geography, University of Oxford, UK; Adjunct Professor, University of Nebraska; and Scientist Emeritus with the U. S. Geological Survey. During 40 years with the USGS, he served as: Project Chief hydrodynamic dispersion, Assistant Chief radioactive waste, Geochemist for the High Plains artificial recharge project, and a hydrogeologist for the Michigan District. From 1978 -1981 he was Associate Professor at Texas Tech University. For the last 30 years his research interests have been largely in the hydrogeology of arid areas.
Toward a New Normal?: Nine Tectonic Shifts in U.S. - China Relations.
Monday, February 25, 2013 2:00 pm refreshments, 2:30 pm talk
David Firestein, Vice President for the Strategic Trust-Building Initiative and Track 2 Diplomacy at the EastWest Institute addresses "Toward a New Normal?: Nine Tectonic Shifts in U.S. - China Relations." Mr. Firestein served in the U.S. Department of State from 1992-2010 with posts in China and Moscow. He was also Deputy Executive Director of the U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy. Refreshments will be available at 2:00, the talk at 2:30 pm in the Radiology Auditorium.
The China – Taiwan Relationship: A Conundrum
Better Said Than Done: How the Discovery of the Higgs Boson Changes Everything
Tuesday November 20, 2012
Radiology Lecture Hall
Chip Brock, Professor of Physics and Astronomy
Professor Brock is a University Distinguished Professor. He and a colleague from UofM direct a data center for the ATLAS experiment at CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) using the Large Hadron Collider to find the Higgs Boson.
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