Join us for an engaging talk, good eats and fine brew at the first Ottawa Pub Night of 2020. Dr. Morris will discuss his research on the effects of contaminants and climate change on Hudson Bay polar bears. Socializing, food and drink orders begin at 5:00 pm, the talk begins at 6:00 pm.
Title: Contaminants, Climate Change and Time: Observations on Hudson Bay Polar Bears, a Priority Species in a Changing Ecosystem
Speaker: Dr. Adam Morris, Crown-Indigenous Relations & Northern Affairs Canada
When: Wednesday January 29 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Location: Clock Tower Brew Pub, 575 Bank Street, Ottawa
Cost: $1 members, $3 non-members
Laurentian SETAC Pub Night Committee
Looking for other science events in Ottawa?
In celebration of the International Day of Girls and Women in Science, join us at Emma’s Back Porch on Tuesday, February 18, for a discussion/workshop with guest speaker Dr. Miriam Diamond, Professor at the University of Toronto.
Title: Fostering Diversity and Inclusion: Barriers & Allies
Who: L-SETAC community, colleagues and friends
Guest Speaker: Dr. Miriam Diamond, Professor, University of Toronto
What: Discussion/Workshop on Barriers to Diversity and Inclusion and the role of Allies
Where: Emma’s Back Porch, 2084 Old Lakeshore Road, Burlington, Doors open at 6 pm, Event at 7 pm.
We hope to build this event around questions, topics and stories provided by the L-SETAC community. Please submit your stories/topics/questions through our website at http://www.laurentiansetac.ca/contact-us/ by Sunday February 9th at midnight! If you want to remain anonymous, use firstname.lastname@example.org as your contact email address.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Laurentian SETAC Diversity in Science Committee