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Wild Boar to Baconfest: Pigs in History and Popular Culture
posted Thursday May 9, 2019
3:55 pm
by SWG Webmaster
Presented by Cynthia Clampitt  Pigs were the first food animals to be domesticated, so they have a history with humans that goes back more than 12,000 years. Antiquity is only one of the reasons, however, that ...
The Philippines: The Apex of the Coral Triangle
posted Thursday January 24, 2019
8:37 am
by SWG Webmaster
Presented by Lynn Funkhouser Scientists have declared the Philippines the most diverse in the world. Lynn will introduce you to the scientists and show some of the amazingly beautiful and bizarre critters that inhabit the Philippine ...
Re-Tooling Steminism: Toward an Improved Analytical Framework for Understanding and Undoing Sex-Segregation in Stem Fields
Presented by Shannon McCarragher, PhD
posted Tuesday November 20, 2018
7:19 am
by SWG Webmaster
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields, including geography, play important roles in creating knowledge for society and pathways to power, resources, and authority for scientists, yet women and people of color have historically been underrepresented ...
Webinar: An Anatomy of a Storm
posted Wednesday June 27, 2018
9:08 am
by SWG Webmaster
In case you were unable to attend or want to watch it again, use the link to view our latest webinar, "An Anatomy of a Storm" presented by past fellowship award recipient and current member, Stephanie Zick. Stephanie ...
Watch Full Webinar on Summit-to-Sea Clues for Southern California's Ice Age Climate and Vegetation Here!
posted Wednesday February 14, 2018
by SWG Webmaster
In case you were unable to attend or want to watch it again, use the link to view our latest webinar, Summit-to-Sea Clues for Southern California's Ice Age Climate and Vegetation presented by past fellowship award recipient and ...
Watch Full Webinar on How Corn Changed Itself and then Changed Everything Else Here!
posted Wednesday October 4, 2017
10:05 am
by SWG Webmaster
In case you were unable to attend or want to watch it again, use the link to view our latest webinar, How Corn Changed Itself and Then Changed Everything Else, presented by SWG member Cynthia Clampitt.  Cynthia ...
Watch Full Webinar on Satellites and Submersibles Here!
posted Monday August 7, 2017
by SWG Webmaster
In case you were unable to attend or want to watch it again, use the link to view the webinar, From Satellites and Submersibles: How We Study the Ocean, presented by SWG member Karen Kohanowich, Ph.D. ...
Watch Full Webinar on Geocaching Here!
Recording of "Geocaching: Seeing the World One Cache at a Time" presented by Carmen Masó
posted Monday March 27, 2017
by SWG Webmaster
In case you were unable to attend or want to watch it again, use the link to view Carmen Masó's webinar on geocaching. Carmen Masó, SWG Board member and Chicago group member,  has been Geocaching since 2013 and ...

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