Upcoming Workshops

March 9, 2019 – Thinking Outside the (Specimen) Box: Digital Paleontology Workshop

Join geologists and educators from the IGWS and IU Paleontology Collection for a hands-on workshop about using natural history collections in the classroom.

The Digital Paleontology workshop is intended for classroom teachers, informal educators, and avocational/amateur paleontologists who want to discover new ways to teach earth science in the 21st century. Participants will engage in hands-on activities with collections objects, learn about digitization efforts, and tour behind-the-scenes for a comprehensive look at using natural history collections in the classroom. Breakfast and lunch will be provided and the 1-day workshop is worth 8 Professional Growth Points (PGPs). Registration is limited to 25 people.

Register at http://tinyurl.com/DigPaleo.

Annual Events

The Indiana Geological and Water Survey is committed to providing reliable, non-biased earth science information to Indiana's citizens through outreach programs and partnerships around the state. For a full schedule of events, visit the IGWS calendar on the home page.

All Year Long
Master Naturalist
All Year Long
Campus Walking Tours
February
HASTI
February
GeoFest
Select Dates,
March - October
Quake Cottage Program
Select Dates,
June - September
Scouts
Biannual in June
IMAA Teacher's Workshop
June
Limestone Month
June - August
Library Programs
October
Earth Science Week
October
IU Science Fest
November
GIS Day