EVENT POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER - Preserving Data: The legacy Mt. Rose snow science research of James Church


Due to inclement weather and potentially hazardous road conditions around the University of Nevada, Reno at Lake Tahoe location, the decision has been made to postpone today’s (March 8) Talks@Tahoe event, “Preserving Data: The legacy Mt. Rose snow science research of James Church.”
Attendees who have registered for the event through Eventbrite will be notified via email with the cancelation notice. Once a new date is set, previously registered emails will receive the new details.
We apologize for the inconvenience.


Tara Radniecki, associate professor, head of DeLaMare Science and Engineering Library and
Chemistry, Computer Science & Engineering, Engineering, Mathematics & Statistics, Physics, Patents and Trademarks librarian will give a talk titled, "Preserving Data: The legacy Mt. Rose snow science research of James Church" as part of the ongoing speaker series.

The event will take place inside Prim Library located on the University of Nevada, Reno Lake Tahoe campus.

Those interested in learning more about the legacy of James E. Church in advance of the March 8 event are invited to visit the Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center to view and experience the new exhibit on display outside of Special Collections and University Archives (3rd floor).

Those who can't make it to the Knowledge Center, but want to learn more can visit the online exhibit available now. It is titled, "Nature and Man: The warm philosophy of Dr. James Edward Church."

Visit the Talks@Tahoe website to learn more and stay current on related happenings! 

Wednesday, March 8 at 5:00 pm

Prim Library