AEG 2019 Fall Social at GSA

The Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists welcomes the public to attend our social event on Monday, September 23rd, 2019. We are excited to have the 2018-2019 Jahn’s Distinguished Lecturer- Deborah Green speaking on a topic relating to applied geology. Please click to RSVP here, payment will not be accepted at the door! There will be food and drinks offered throughout the event. This social will be held outside of GSA conference hours, thus a GSA pass is not required for entry.

Date and Time: Monday, September 23rd, 2019 from 5:00 to 8:30pm

Location: Phoenix Convention Center- North Building, Room 226 ABC

Food Selection (Free with ticket)

  • Southwestern chicken skewer, cilantro creme
  • Chipotle steak skewers, onion poblano, red pepper
  • Chacuterie board
  • One drink ticket per person, cash bar afterwards

Biography of Jahns Distinguished Lecturer- Deborah Green

I’ve worked as an environmental and engineering geologist for 34 years in consulting and industry. For more than 20 of those years I’ve been self-employed. I discovered my love for geology as a kid when my earth science teacher father informally taught me all sorts of things about rocks on our summer camping adventures. I earned a B.S. in geology from the University of Rochester and an M.S. in engineering geology from Texas A&M University.

These days, I spend most of my work time writing. I recently completed my first novel, which is loosely based on a period in my late husband’s life when he was the Chief Foundation Geologist for a large dam in East Central Turkey from the late 1960’s to the early 1970’s. On my website, www.geologistwriter.com, you can read essays in which I strive to understand and convey the wonder of the landscape and the complexity of earth processes, while also exploring the terrain of our lives.

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