Earth Science Education Workshop Information
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Geology of Utah's National Parks (GE 2900/5130)
Michigan Technological University is offering a Utah field geology course for undergraduates or K-12 teachers. Learn basic geologic concepts - in the field - in five of Utah's National Parks and Monuments. Determine how climate, sea level, and tectonic activity change through time. Work closely with instructors on research questions.
- GE 2900 - 3 undergraduate semester credits
- GE 5130 - (for K-12 teachers) - 4 graduate semester credits
Fees cover all transportation, food, camping, and equipment. Non-MTU registration is approximately $1,200. If you are a teacher, you may qualify for a scholarship. For more information, please visit http://www.ed.mtu.edu/pd/utahgeology.html
Department of Geological Engineering and Sciences
Michigan Technological University
1400 Townsend Drive
Houghton, MI 49931-1295
Colorado School of Mines
Special Programs and Continuing Education
The SPACE Office also hosts several professional conferences throughout the year. Past conferences have included:
- Third International Symposium on Mine Mechanization and Automation
- Seventh International Conference on Fluid Properties and Phase Equilibria for Chemical Process Design,
- Rocky Mountain Symposium on Environmental Issues in Oil and Gas Operations
- Fifteenth International Conference on Ground Control in Mining
- Fifth International Conference on Semi-Solid Processing of Alloys and Composites
For short course and/or conference information or information about policies and procedures related to offering short courses, contact the SPACE Office.