Saturday, July 11, 2015
Geology tour at ISU
During my visit to ISU this week I was reminded that there are opportunities everywhere to learn something new about Idaho science. Outside most of the buildings on the ISU campus, there are big rocks displayed. Each rock comes from a different county in Idaho, which makes them a geography lesson as well as a geology lesson.
As I stood next to one of the displays, one of my former CSI colleagues came out of his new office and asked me about them. He had no idea this geology walking tour existed! Someday I'll stay long enough on campus to find all the county rocks. Look around. ..what evidence do you see of Idaho STEM in action?