Dear Friends and Alumni of UA Geosciences,

We are delighted to announce that preparations for the 51st annual GeoDaze Symposium are in full swing. It is an honor to continue the tradition of bringing together our capable force of graduate student volunteers to organize this year’s event. We would like to invite you to join us for the conference on March 30th-31st at the ENR2 Building and field trip on April 1st. During this event students will give oral and poster presentations, we will host Emily Cooperdock and Anahi Carrera as our keynote speakers, and we will conclude with a Friday evening celebration and a Saturday field trip highlighting some of the beautiful geologic features and landscapes that southern Arizona provides the department.

Now in its 51st year, it is our goal to ensure GeoDaze retains its unique role as a stimulus for collaboration between students, faculty, government, industry, and alumni while upholding the event’s professional tone. This year, we are continuing to promote the collaborative spirit of GeoDaze by participating in the week-long School of Earth and Environmental Sciences EarthWeek symposium (March 27–31st), and hosting a breakfast with the keynote speaker through the award-winning Southern Arizona Chapter of the Association for Women Geoscientists (AWG) facilitated by many of our department’s graduate students for the past 4 years!

GeoDaze is supported by contributions from businesses, alumni, and friends of the department. These contributions allow us to make conference attendance free for those affiliated with the University of Arizona and for local community members who are interested in learning about UA Geoscience research. We hope you can continue to support GeoDaze either monetarily or with an in-kind donation, both of which are tax-deductible. Top supporters will be invited to present the awards for outstanding talk and poster presentations on Friday, March 31st. Donations may be made as a check to the University of Arizona Department of Geosciences with memo line “GeoDaze Symposium” and mailed to the address below. Donations can also be made online with specific instructions on how to donate detailed on our webpage:
     Department of Geosciences

    1040 E. 4th Street
    Gould-Simpson Building

For any questions or comments, we encourage you to visit or email us for more information.
Looking for your research group’s newsletter? We’re going green this year! Please visit the newsletter section of the GeoDaze webpage to check out the outstanding work being done in the department!

Ken Gourley and Tshering Lama Sherpa
Co-Chairs, GeoDaze 2023

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