Caltech's Seismological Laboratory, an arm of the Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences (GPS), was established in 1921. It has a distinguished history of leadership in science and serving the public interest. Internationally recognized for excellence in geophysical research and academics while also having outstanding facilities in seismic networks, high performance computing, and mineral physics, makes the Seismo Lab an ideal place for study and research. The Lab serves as a focal point for earthquake information in Southern California and the world.
2014 Student/Faculty Retreat
The annual student/faculty retreat was held on Sunday, May 18, 2014. Twenty five members of the Seismo Lab traveled by bus to Big Bear Lake for a day of activities.
The day started with a short hike and ice-breaker games. Lunch was on board the Big Bear Valley's one-of-a-kind tour boat, Miss Liberty, on breathtaking Big Bear Lake with a fully narrated 90 minute guided tour featuring highlights of Big Bear's rich history dating back to 1845. The afternoon was filled with team-building games at Meadow's Edge Park. The day was capped off with dinner at Castaways Restaurant in San Bernardino. The view of the valley was amazing!
A good time was had by all. Pressure's on for next year!
Lean more about the Seismo Lab Annual Student Faculty Retreat by clicking here.