Join EEPS and the Wiess School of Natural Sciences for a special seminar and breakfast with Richard Fortey, Ph.D.
Richard Fortey is a paleontologist who studies trilobites and graptolites. Like many geologists, he started collecting fossils at a young age, and then lived the dream of working at the Natural History Museum in London. He is also a well-known author of many popular science books, and has hosted several Sir David Attenborough and BBC Four documentaries on a variety of natural history topics.
Breakfast will be held on the patio at the Keith-Wiess Geological Laboratories at 8:00 am, Thursday February 15, 2018. The Q&A Seminar will be held in ABL 131 until 9:15 am.
Evening of February 15, 2018 (6:30pm) Lecture at the Houston Museum of Natural Science:
Trilobites, the Fossil Record and Evolution- by Richard Fortey, Ph.D.
Visit: http://store.hmns.org/DateSelection.aspx?item=3850 to purchase tickets.
Rice students, faculty and staff receive reduced ticket price of $8 with their Rice ID. Present ID at box office for special discount. (Discount not available online.)