The USU Geology Department's Advisory Board consists of former students and friends of the Department. Board members represent the following geoscience areas: petroleum industry, mining, secondary education (G6-12), higher education, environmental/engineering geology, and state and federal agencies. Members need not be graduates of Utah State University. The purposes of the Board are to promote the recognition, welfare, and progress of the Department, to encourage financial and other support of the Department, and to advise the Department in matters regarding the status of economic, regulatory, or other factors that impact the department’s teaching and research mission. Specific objectives of the Board are:
- To provide advice and act as an independent consulting body for faculty, students and staff on departmental issues.
- To provide input to the Department from a wide range of groups in an effort to maintain high-quality curricula and degree programs in the Department.
- To inform alumni, friends of the University, and the public about the Department and to promote its work and services.
- Act as an independent voice to communicate with alumni, governmental officials, and industry officials regarding issues that impact the Department.
- To assist in fundraising and development activities, as necessary.
CURRENT ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS
Mark Birch - Mark_Birch@golder.com
Mark Dubois - Mark.Dubois@Newmont.com
Dan Rogers - DTR@amsted.com
Angela Isaacs - email@example.com
Al Jones - firstname.lastname@example.org
Dave Loope - email@example.com
Mike Lowe - firstname.lastname@example.org
Craig Nelson - email@example.com
Stephen Personius - firstname.lastname@example.org
Caleb Pollock - Caleb.Pollock@pxd.com
Andy Taylor - Andy.Taylor@anadarko.com
Paul Jamison - email@example.com
Dustin Keele - DustinKeele@chevron.com
Use the following link to view the Advisory Board's Bylaws.
Aug 29, 2016
Fall Semester 2016 ~ Classes Begin
Sep 5, 2016
USU Closed for Labor Day
Sep 16, 2016
Science Unwrapped Fall 2016 'Science in the Movies': James Strange ~ "Swarm Science in the Movies: Taking the Sting out of Filming Bees"
Oct 14, 2016
Science Unwrapped Fall 2016 'Science in the Movies': Sydney Chamberlain ~ title to be announced (gravity waves)
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