|LEEPS lecture is Friday, Nov. 17|
Lance Grande of the Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, will present a Department of Geology and Geological Engineering LEEPS (Leading Edge of Earth and Planetary Science) lecture at noon Friday, Nov. 17, in 100 Leonard Hall (Lecture Bowl). The title of his talk is, “The Evolution of Evolution and Museum Studies in Chicago and Wyoming.” Dr. Grande will also be available for a discussion of his talk and research at 2 p.m. at the same venue.
A Minneapolis native, Grande has become one of the leading experts on fossil fish and has discovered other amazing fossils. He is currently senior vice president and head of collections and research at the Field Museum.
LEEPS lectures are sponsored by geology and geological engineering alumni and the vice president for research office for the educational development of students, faculty, and others wishing to attend; all are welcome. Please contact Joseph Hartman for more information at 777-5055, email@example.com.