Attention: Wake Tech Students
The Geology Club would like to thank everyone who has attended or considered attending the geology club. As a token of our appreciation, we will be holding this semester’s final meeting in the STEM center located on campus. There will be pizza and drinks provided by your arrival at the club. During the meeting, you will be able to experience social networking with a current and aspiring geologist. As the leading professional in the geology department, Gretchen Miller will briefly discuss what it means to be a geologist, why the field of geology is a respectively strong career choice and what to expect when considering geology as a long term decision. If you become interested in what the geology club has to offer on December 1st, please RSVP by contacting Gretchen Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested in becoming a member of the geology club? The association of Environmental and Engineering Geologist offers a free membership here at http://www.aegweb.org/ With the free student membership you will have access to thousands of geology journals and many other educational resources. What is not to like? The geology club offers free and reliable resources to expand your understanding of geology in the formal setting as well as on the field. But wait, there’s more, throughout the semester you will be able to experience hands-on club field trips, professional geological conferences and potential state internships throughout the year. With exams drawing closer, the geology club students and professor will be able to provide interactive resources to help prepare for the test.
Although the geology club sounds like fun, there is an adequate group that is able to help individuals in need of understanding the geology concepts offered on campus. Anywhere from introduction geology to environmental geology, there will be a student or teacher capable of assisting you with your educational needs. With exams drawing closer, the geology club students and professor will be able to provide interactive resources to help prepare for the test.
Next Meeting: December 1, 2016 @ 2:15
Fun Fact: The word “geology” comes from the Greek word “ge” meaning rocks and “logos” meaning knowledge.
Geo Joke of The Week: “One tectonic plate bumps into another and said, sorry……..my fault”