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“A 240 million year geologic history of St. George, Utah,” presented by Rick Miller
February 7th @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm$15
6:30 pm – Optional Social Hour with Like-Minded Friends
7:30 pm – Lecture
Have you ever looked around our area and wondered about how and when the lava formations were made, what the colorful layers of rock and sediment are made of or just marveled at the incredible diverse landscape and rock formations? Then this lecture is for you!
About Rick Miller:
Rick Miller is a semi-retired professor of geological sciences (San Diego State University)
with primary interests in microscopic fossils and the history of our planet earth.
He moved to St. George in 2001 because of the diverse beauty and geological setting.
He has maintained a strong interest in teaching (DSU-UtahTech as an adjunct, 2010-2015)
and volunteer lecturing on topics within the geological sciences for the Institute for
Continued Learning (2004-present) and the Community Education Program (2018-present).
He also enjoys vigorous exercise, old Corvettes
and Chevy trucks, caring for animals of all types,
and writing as a hobby.
Voyager Lecture Series:
The Voyager Lecture Series–Evenings to Inspire Curiosity & Wonder In our sixth season. We’ve expanded our wildly popular series to include new guest speakers who will entertain us with thoughtful and exciting stories ranging from the mysteries of pre-recorded history to mysteries of the cosmos.
The Voyager Lecture Series is generously sponsored by Voyager Wealth Advisors, Inc.
Cache Valley Bank and Sotheby’s International Realty, with Linda Schmal & Edward Staver.