Sponsored by the Northern Virginia Mineral Club & and the GMU Department of Atmospheric, Oceanic and Earth Sciences
Demonstrations, Exhibits, and Door Prizes. Mini-mines for children to dig in and get free fossils and minerals. Over 20 Dealers with Fossils, Minerals, Crystals and Gems for sale.
Presented by the Northern Virginia Mineral Club, Inc.
Sponsored by the Dept. of Atmospheric, Oceanic and Earth Sciences at GMU
Coupon for $1 off adult admission (print and bring to show)
The HUB Ballroom, George Mason University Campus.
Braddock Rd. & Route 123, Fairfax, VA
Saturday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM, Sunday 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
- 20 plus Dealers selling Minerals, Fossils, Crystals, Gems, Jewelry, Carvings, Meteorites & more!
- Also, Demonstrations, Hands-On, Exhibits, Door Prizes, Kids’ Activities – including FREE Kid’s Mini-mines & Fossil Dig.
- Silent Auction on Sunday afternoon.
- Adults: $6, Seniors: $4, Teens (13-17): $3
- Children 12 & under & Scouts in uniform are FREE
- GMU Students w/valid ID are FREE
Use Parking lot A, enter Lot A from Nottaway River Lane.
Look for our Courtesy Shuttle & Designated Walking Path to Mineral Show
- GMU Campus is located at the intersection of Rte 123 & Braddock Road, Fairfax, Virginia
- Courtesy shuttle provided from Parking Lot A to the Mineral show. Shuttle vans will be designated “Mineral Show” and they will pick up & drop off alongside Nottoway River Lane entrance.
- Handicapped parking closest and most convenient to our show location, the HUB, has not yet been identified. That information will be added to our web page when it is determined.
- GMU Campus map: http://eagle.gmu.edu/map/fairfax.php
The College of Science announces a research colloquium specifically for undergraduate research students. Participating students will present a poster at the 2019 Undergraduate Research Colloquium, which is open to the university community.
The purpose of this event is to showcase the variety of undergraduate research projects in the College to other students and to faculty in four categories Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Earth Sciences and STEM Learning & Education. If you are a student engaged in undergraduate research at any level in any academic unit within the College of Science you are encouraged to participate. This year’s event will feature a student poster sessions and awards.
This event is FREE of charge for all Mason students, staff, and faculty. Refreshments will be served and monetary awards are available.
Location: Center for the Arts Lobby
Date: Thursday April 25, 2019
1-2pm Poster Session A
2-3pm Poster Session B
3-3:30pm Networking reception and Student’s Choice Award
3:30-4pm Dean’s Address and Poster Awards