Resources

Educational/Research Opportunities:
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Want to learn more about rocks and minerals? There are open positions for high school interns to help us catalogue the rock and mineral collections in the Earth & Planetary Sciences Department. Check back soon for more updates and for our new online catalogue of reference collections and resources!

We are frequent “guest-scientists” on the monthly Science Demonstration program in the Plants and People Program series at the Rawlings Conservatory. Definitely check out Professor Alan Stone every 4th Sunday at the conservatory, from 1:30-3:30 PM.

Questions? Have an idea for a local Baltimore program in planetary mineralogy? Don’t hesitate to reach out!
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Other resources of interest:

Johns Hopkins University undergraduate admissions:

Earth & Planetary Sciences graduate admissions:

Diversity resources:

Discussion points for Open Access Science:

Upcoming conferences of interest

Dear Wicks Lab members, if you would like to go to any of these conferences, please come talk to me early and often about what work you might want is ready to solicit feedback on. Please schedule a conversation with me about your short and longterm goals and discuss potential conferences and workshops either on campus or elsewhere. 

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57th course offered by International School of Crystallography: High Pressure Crystallography http://crystalerice.org