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NAGT Pacific Northwest Section - 2012 Conference
Spokane Community College
Spokane, Washington

June 22-26, 2012

Oral Session Full - Abstract deadline for posters extended to May 21st!
NAGT


Conference Day:

Call for Abstracts - The deadline for abstracts is April 20, 2012.

If you would like to present a talk or poster (geo research, undergrad research, teaching techniques, etc.), submit your abstract to Andy Buddington at ABuddington@scc.spokane.edu. Please include "NAGT conference abstract" in the subject heading of your email. Indicate your preference, oral presentation, or poster, and please include the title and author(s) information. Abstracts should be kept to 2,000 characters (excluding title and spaces).

  • Oral presentation or poster?
  • Title
  • Author(s) name, affiliation, contact email
  • Abstract length 2,000 characters (excluding title and spaces)
  • Deadline April 20th

Due to the limited amount of time during conference day, acceptance for oral presentations will be based on first-submitted, first-granted basis. If time slots for oral presentations fill before the deadline date, you'll be contacted regarding a poster option.

Evening Social Event with Jack Nisbet
"Geology and Early Trails of the Inland Northwest"

  • 6:30 p.m. at Jack and Dan's Bar & Grille (in the Gonzaga District)
  • 1226 North Hamilton Street
  • For directions, go to www.jackanddans.com/contact_us.htm
  • Evening social includes hors d'oeuvres (no host bar)
  • Registration required

Jack Nisbet (Jack Nisbet's websitehttp://jacknisbet.com) is a teacher, historian, naturalist, and author. His acclaimed works include: Sources of the River: Tracking David Thompson across Western North America, The Mapmaker's Eye: David Thompson on the Columbia Plateau, Visible Bones: Journeys through Time in the Columbia River Country, and Purple Flat Top: In Pursuit of a Place. Jack Nisbet brings Inland Northwest history (natural and human) alive in a way few can.


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