The Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences hosts a weekly colloquium on Wednesdays at noon in the Wright-Rieman Chemistry Auditorium on the Busch Campus. The colloquia are open to all. Pizza lunch is available for purchase by the slice. Click here to access the EPS homepage and search under EPS Weekly Colloquium for the listings.
The Department of Environmental Sciences hosts a weekly seminar on Fridays at 2:30 pm the ENRS Building, Room 223 on the G.H. Cook Campus. Refreshments are served at 2:15 pm. These seminars are open to all faculty, staff, students. Click here for a complete listing of DES Seminars.
The Rutgers Department of Geography hosts seminars throughout the academic year. These seminars are usually located in Lucy Stone Hall, Room A-142 on the Livingston Campus. Click here to follow events at the Department of Geography.
The Department of Human Ecology hosts seminars throughout the academic year, usually on Wednesdays at 12:30 pm in Blake 131 on the G.H. Cook Campus. Click here for information on Department of Human Ecology seminars.
The Department of Landscape Architecture hosts a weekly lecture on Wednesdays at 4pm. All common lectures are in Rm. 110 Cook Douglass Lecture Hall. Click here for a complete listing of lectures.
The Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences hosts a weekly seminar on Mondays at 3:45 pm in the Philip Alampi Auditorium of the Marine and Coastal Sciences Building on the G.H. Cook Campus.Refreshments are served at 3:30 pm. Click here for a complete listing of IMCS weekly seminars, as well as information on IMCS special seminars and the Rutgers-Princeton Joint Seminars.
The Rutgers Energy Institute posts a calendar of upcoming seminars and events related to energy activities at Rutgers. Click here to access the REI calendar.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory hosts seminars at its Princeton campus. Information can be found on on the GFDL website.
The Climate and Global Dynamics Divison the National Center for Atmospheric Research's Environmental Sun Systems Laboratory live streams seminars from Boulder, Colorado office. The seminar times on the NCAR website are listed in Mountain Time. Information can be found here.