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Student Education

Student Lecture Tours

Student Education

Student Lecture Tours

Students have a number of unique opportunities available to them. In addition to reduce rates for our regular educational offerings and meeting, students can participate in a number of dedicated educational programmes

Student Lecture Tours Explained

EAGE Student Lecture Tours are a series of connected deliveries by the same instructor at a number of universities within a specific time frame. 

If the SLT is planned in a certain region (Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, Middle East, Russia/ CIS), universities from that specific region can apply to host the SLT. Universities with EAGE Student Chapters are given priority for this opportunity.

The tour was most recently organized in Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America. Due to the 2020 travel restrictions, our focus this year will be to deliver the programme through online deliveries. As a result, our SLT deliveries are now available online! 

Hosting a Student Lecture Tour

If you are a member of a student chapter and would like to host an EAGE Student Lecture at your university, please let us know!

In your request, please get in touch by email. In your message, please indicate: 

  • Names of contact person
  • Student Chapter you are representing
  • Preferred lecture

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Based on your email, we will try to schedule future online or in person SLTs to correspond with a relevant time frame for your Student Chapter.

 

Guidelines to hosting a SLT

How the SLT works

EAGE collaborates with universities and EAGE student chapters worldwide to provide half-day lectures on interesting geoscience or engineering-related topics to students from different disciplines and levels. The lecturers are industry professionals that travel in a certain region to give the lecture face-to-face. If an SLT is planned in a certain region (Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, Middle East, Russia/ CIS), universities from that specific region can apply to host the SLT. Universities with EAGE Student Chapters are given priority for this opportunity. 

The following conditions apply in becoming a host University for the SLT

  1. The local University should provide the lecture room and Audio-Visual equipment for a half day presentation (approximately 3 hours including breaks)
  2. The local University should be able to accommodate the three hour lecture within the academic time table and provide the lecture room and Audio-Visual equipment.
  3. The local university is responsible to promote the lecture (by posters, institute’s website) among the students of its own faculty and eventually neighboring institutes, to ensure maximum attendance. EAGE will provide promotional material.
  4. Within the University, a local host contact needs to be appointed who acts as the contact person for EAGE during preparations as well as the on-site host for the lecturer. This local host contact is also asked to make the hotel reservation for the lecturer to ensure accommodation is preferably close to the University. EAGE will take care of  the lecturer’s plan.
  5. University host is responsible for a minimum of 25 student participants per lecture. Host contact also must ensure that all participants register online via our student website www.eage.org/students ( if the registration is available)
  6. We highly recommend organizing a discussion session with the lecturer after the lecture to give the students an opportunity to ask questions. In addition, the programme could be complemented by presentations from students or staff, hereby creating a mini-symposium.

Please contact Rosmery Gonzalez ( rgz@eage.org) – EAGE Student community manager for more information and complete your request filling the form

 

Past tours

 

EAGE has been organizing since 2007 many Student lecture Tour in different regions.

Overview of past deliveries

 

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