Join us for the 2019 Foster Hewett Lecture Series! November 7th and 8th, 2019.

The Neoproterozoic, an interval extending from about 1000 to 540 millions years ago, saw profound changes that set the stage for our modern planet Earth. The time span saw the extreme global glaciation events called Snowball Earth and the development of multicellular life, and the Neoproterozoic ended with the remarkable Cambrian Explosion in biological diversity. This year’s Donnel Foster Hewett Symposium brings together four experts who will offer different perspectives on the Neoproterozoic. See the speakers and schedule here or download the printable pdf below.