Ms. Caitlin Clark will defend her thesis.
Title: “Pollen-Based Landscape Reconstruction of an Upper Mississippian Agricultural Site at Hovey Lake, Indiana, USA”
The defense will consist of two steps: a 30-60 minute uninterrupted presentation by the student summarizing the thesis research, and a subsequent two-stage questioning session. All faculty and students are welcome to attend the presentation and to participate in the initial portion of the question session, which will be moderated by the Advisor. The Advisor and Guidance Committee will ask questions in the second stage of this session. Geography graduate students and other non-committee members may attend the second questioning stage with permission of the defending student.
A copy of the thesis is available electronically. Contact Sharon Ruggles firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like the thesis sent to you electronically.
Catherine Yansa (chair)
William Lovis (Anthropology)
Geography Building, 673 Auditorium Rd, Room 120, East Lansing, MI 48824