Join our virtual Departmental Seminar Series Friday, March 5 @ 3PM CST to learn what is going on at Western Kentucky University and around the world in celebration of the International Year of Caves and Karst (iyck2021.org).
See our speaker line up below and contact Pat Kambesis (email@example.com) to register!
EEAS faculty, staff, and students do not need to register, the meeting link will be sent to you via email.
IYCK 2021: Explore, Understand, Protect.
George Veni, President, International Union of Speleology and Director, National Cave and Karst Institute
The Mammoth Cave Biosphere Region – Where Groundwater Connects Us All
Lee Anne Bledsoe, Secretary, US Biosphere Network and Co-Coordinator, CaveMAB Network (cavemab.com)
Hidden Landscapes: The Intersection of Clean Water, Culture, and Karst in southcentral Kentucky
Dr. Chris Groves, University Distinguished Professor, EEAS, Director, Crawford Hydrology Laboratory, and Amy Hourigan, Geology Major, Joint Undergraduate-Master’s Research Program, EEAS
Highlights of Recent Karst Research and Education at WKU - Center for Human GeoEnvironmental Studies
Dr. Jason Polk, Director Center for Human GeoEnvironmental Studies (CHNGES) and Dr. Leslie North, Director, Office of Sustainability and Associate Director of Outreach and Education, CHNGES.