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Alumni Events

Our alumni events offer the opportunity to learn more about what is currently happening in the Department of Earth Sciences, meet with old friends, and network with other Earth Science professionals.

Forthcoming Alumni Events

Earth Sciences Alumni Day and Dinner - Saturday 9 May 2020

We will be holding our 15th Alumni Day and Dinner on Saturday 9 May. All Earth Sciences alumni and their partners are warmly invited to join us.

We have put together a varied and interesting programme of activities throughout the afternoon. Highlights include talks by Professor Elizabeth Harper and Dr Owen Weller. Other activities include tours, displays in the library and museum, including exhibits from the archive, and our popular undergraduate mapping project talks. Emeritus Professor John Dewey will speak at the Alumni Dinner to be held in Queens’ College.

1.30-2pm Registration and coffee followed by talks and activities throughout the afternoon

5.30pm Wine reception in the Sedgwick Museum

7pm Alumni Dinner in The Old Hall, Queens’ College

Price: £53

As numbers are limited, we recommend booking early.

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We particularly hope to encourage many of you who graduated in a year ending in a 0 to join us. If you would like help contacting fellow alumni and organise a group, then please .

We hope to welcome many of you back to the Department on 9 May.

Research Talks and Seminars

Alumni are welcome to attend the Department of Earth Sciences talks and seminars series, for which the programme of talks is available online. Please contact Alison at if you plan to attend a talk, so that we can welcome you back to the Department.


Recent Alumni Events

2019 Alumni Day and Dinner — Saturday 11 May 2019

We were delighted to welcome alumni and their guests to our 14th Alumni Day & Dinner in May. The activities throughout the day included talks, tours, displays in the library and museum, including treasures from the archive, and our popular undergraduate mapping project talks. Some of the many photos taken on the day are now available on Flickr and YouTube.