February 22, 2022
Geography colloquium Feb. 25 showcases department's 2021 Steve Kale fellowship recipients
Clay H. Robertson, doctoral student, and Olivia Groeber, master's student, in geography at Kansas State University will give their Steve Kale Research Fellowship presentations at 3:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 25, in Town Hall at the Leadership Studies Building.
Robertson's talk is titled "The Role of Talus Block Age and Talus Pile Volume on the Genesis of Wide Bedrock Valleys."
Groeber's talk is titled "A Talus Tale: The Role of Talus Size Distribution and the Frequency of Transport in Wide and Narrow Valleys on Bedrock Valley Widening in Buffalo River, Arkansas."
Robertson and Groeber are the 2021 recipients of Kale Graduate Research Fellowships named in honor of the late Steve Kale, a 1970 graduate of the geography department at K-State.
Robertson and Groeber's talks are part of the geography and geospatial sciences department's visiting scholar series and are sponsored by the Beta Psi Chapter of Gamma Theta Upsilon, the international geographic honor society and the geography and geospatial sciences department.