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Wednesday, November 9th, 2005 2:00-7:00pm
Link, Sir Charles Tupper Building 5859 University Avenue
The Environmental Research Symposium is dedicated to bring together undergraduate, graduate and faculty from across campus in order to share existing research relating to the environment, as well as to facilitate new collaborations for further research initiatives.
The symposium gives researchers a chance to present recent research relating to the environment, and gives students, faculty and the general public the opportunity to learn about existing research and get involved in future projects. The symposium strives to bring together students and faculty from across campus in order to bridge the gap between the many disciplines that relate to studies of the environment.
This process began with the meeting of DEEP-R (Dalhousie Environmental Educators, Practitioners and Researchers) in April 2004, and we hope to continue with similar events at Dalhousie in the future.
All members of Dalhousie and the general public are invited to attend the event. We are calling for poster submissions from undergraduate, graduate and faculty across campus. The poster session part of the event will give researchers at Dalhousie the opportunity share research efforts with fellow faculty, students and the general public. Participants are encouraged to reuse existing research posters. Please see Poster Guidelines for more information. All titles must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by Nov. 4th, 2005.
Currently, members from the following departments are participating:
Faculty of Science:
Faculty of Engineering
Faculty of Arts and Social Science
Faculty of Management
Dalhousie Medical School
Dalhousie Law School
Members from the broader community have also agreed to participate:
Nova Scotia College of Art and Design
Saint Mary's University
Bedford Institute of Oceanography
World Wildlife Fund
University College of Cape Breton
Department of Fisheries and Oceans
The poster session will be followed by guest lecturer, Heather MacLeod, speaking on collaboration between environmental scientists and artists. The symposium will close with a catered social, providing good food and the opportunity to continue viewing posters.
The symposium is brought to you by the Senate Committee on the Environment
Also sponsored by:
Organizing Committee: Dr. Shannon Bard (Dalhousie Environmental Programmes), Dr. Ray Côté (School for Resource and Environmental Studies), Dr. Graham Gagnon (Center for Water Resource, Civil Engineering)