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Emporia State University

Earth Science Educational Outreach

The Earth Science Department Outreach programs include everything from hosting distinguished guest speakers to visiting surrounding K-12 classrooms to assist in earth science projects. Look at our showcase of activities, and check back from time to time for special speaker announcements!

If online courses are of interest, visit http://www.emporia.edu/earthsci/earthsci.htm#web; visit the ESU class schedule, and click on the highlighted Fall, Spring, Summer ESU Class Schedules, which links to online, off-campus, and on-campus courses for each semester. Field geology was taught summer 2007. Small-Format Aerial Photography will be offered summer 2008.

Showcase of Activities and Outreach

The Amazing Adventures of Flat Stanley and Aunt Linda The Many Uses of Salt from the Earth
The Undersea World of Alan Keck: A Study in Glass and Ceramics In Search of Amber in Ellsworth and McPherson Counties, Kansas USA
Explorations in Earth Science Utilizing Instructional Technologies A View of Life in Estonia
Missouri is a State of Mines Teaching Resources Online
Great Plains Kite Aerial Photography Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Space-Age Atlas
Johnston Geology Museum Creager Rock Garden
World of Amber ESU Earth Science Student Projects

A 4-H Guide to Minerals in Kansas
The Central Kansas Virtual Field Trip
Rock and Minerals from the United States by Erin Tovar Yellowstone Underground: Granites and Crustal Growth by Dr. Carol Frost
Solar-Power Design by Grade 8 Students at Americus, Kansas


Date of creation: February 24, 1998. Last update: 2 September, 2010. 1998-2010 © Susan Ward Aber. All rights reserved.