GeoTech

GeoTech – Where Earth, Technology, and Exploration Meet

The GeoTech mission is to provide a forum to inspire and motivate educators in grades K-12 to teach about the Earth – its structure, societies, environments, and their interplay, using a wide range of technologies. The unifying theme of the conference is exploration beyond the classroom and instructional technology. The primary goal of the conference is to make a difference in the lives of the students, the community, and enhance the work of all educators at the local, state, and national level. The conference is now in its 27th year.

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The 27th Annual GeoTech Conference

 

The 2014-2015 GeoTech Lecture Series will culminate with our 27th Annual Conference on February 26 – 28, 2015, and highly-decorated National Geographic environmental photographer James Balog will serve as the keynote speaker.

For three decades, James Balog [“BAY-log”] has been a leader in photographing and interpreting the natural environment to reveal the impact of climate change, Mr. Balog founded the Extreme Ice Survey (EIS), the most wide-ranging, ground-based, photographic study of glaciers ever conducted. The project is featured in the highly acclaimed documentary, Chasing Ice, which won the award for Excellence in Cinematography at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, as well as dozens of awards at film festivals worldwide.

Mr. Balog is the author of eight books. ICE: Portraits of Vanishing Glaciers was published by Rizzoli in 2012. Among his other titles are Tree: A New Vision of the American Forest (2004) and Survivors: A New Vision of Endangered Wildlife (1990), hailed as a major conceptual breakthrough in environmental photography.

James Balog will provide a keynote address and interact with Bishop Dunne students during the GeoTech Conference February 26 -28, 2015.

To learn more about Mr. Balog: www.jamebalog.com

For more information about upcoming GeoTech events, please contact the Advancement Office.

The GeoTech Lecture Series

Each school year, Bishop Dunne Catholic School invites nationally and internationally renowned academics, scientists, authors, educators, and specialists who are recognized for their research and contributions to society. These exceptional individuals, thought-leaders, and role models lend their expertise through public lectures, small group discussions, and/or classroom visits.

To learn more, see previous speakers, or read about this year's speakers, visit the GeoTech Lecture Series Page.