Herdman Symposium

Herdman Centenary Symposium 2018
EARTH SCIENCES: Past Present and Future

Date of Event
Saturday 17th February 2018
Last Booking Date for this Event
Monday 12th February – or when all Tickets have been sold.
Places Available
300


2018 - The Centenary Herdman Symposium

This year the speakers will be:

Dr Charlie Underwood (London) – Fossil Sharks
Dr Janine Kavanagh (Liverpool) – Igneous Intrusions
Prof. John Walsh (Dublin) – Faults
Dr. Leanne Cowie (Norway) – Continental Breakup
Dr Paula Carey (Kent) – Low Carbon Aggregates
Dr Joel Gill (BGS) – Geology and Global Development.

This online payment site is for registrants who are not currently attending Liverpool University. Current undergraduate members of the Herdman Society should register in the Department.
Herdman?– Sir William Herdman was the founder and benefactor the Department of Geology at the University of Liverpool. The Herdman Society is the undergraduate society for the Earth Sciences at the University. The Jane Herdman Laboratories were named for William’s wife and the George Herdman Chair of Geology established 100 years ago in memory of their son who died in World War 1.

In recent years this symposium has become a significant event in the North West England attracting over 250 participants each year. The symposium is pitched at undergraduate level, although our excellent speakers manage to excite interest across all levels including postgraduate students, academic staff, local geological society members, school students and teachers.

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Past events:

Copies of the programme details for Herdman 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 2014, 2015 20162017