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Seminar Series

Our Departmental Seminar Series runs on Tuesday afternoons with lectures usually being held once a month. They begin at 3:00 p.m. in Mac-Corry, Room D214 (unless otherwise posted). Everyone welcome.

Our Fall 2013 Line-up...

Wednesday, Nov. 13: David Hughes and Chris Turner
Location: Walter Light Hall, Auditorium
Time: 7:00pm-9:00pm
* Social event to follow at the Grad Club
Tuesday, Nov. 19: Dr. Stewart Fast, Department of Geography, Queen's University
"Social Acceptance of Renewable Energy: Trends, Concepts and Geographies"
Location: Mac-Corry D214
Time: 3:00pm
Wednesday, Nov. 20: Panel Discussion
"Growing the Town: Linking "culture" to regional development"
Location: Robert Sutherland Hall, Room 202
Time: 1:00pm-3:00pm
Tuesday, Nov. 26: Dr. Patricia Daley, School of Geography and Environmental Studies,
University of Oxford
"Researching Gender-Based Violence in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo: Methodologies, Ethics, and the Production of Knowledge about an African Warscape"
Location: Mac-Corry D214
Time: 3:00pm

Our Winter 2014 Line-up...

Friday, Jan. 31: Dr. Jan Franssen, McGill University
"The Heat Moves with It: Using Temperature as a Tracer in River Science"
Location: Mac-Corry D214
Time: 3:00pm
Friday, Feb. 7: Dr. Martin Sharp, Professor & Chair, Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, University of Alberta
"The Global Dynamics of Arctic Ice Caps"
Location: Macdonald Hall, Room 2
Time: 1:30 pm (Coffee will be served at 1:00pm)
Tuesday, Feb. 25: Dr. Jesús Pastor García Brigos, University of Havana
"Cuban socialist transformation: Real challenges"
Location: Mac-Corry D214
Time: 3:00 pm (Coffee will be served at 2:30 pm)
Wednesday, Feb. 26: Dr. Jeanine Rhemtulla, Assistant Professor
Department of Geography & McGill School of Environment, McGill University
"Landscapes Through Time: Linking Land Use, Ecosystem Function and Human Well-being"
Location: Mac-Corry E229
Time: 2:30pm
Thursday, Feb. 27: Katriina O'Kane, Independent Documentary Maker
"Profiles from the Arctic: Stories and Science from the Continental Shelf Program"
Location: BIOSCI 1120
Time: 2:30pm
March: Month Long Seminar Series
"Shattering the academic language barrier: climate science explained"
Location: Stauffer Library
Time: 7:00pm
Tuesday, March 18: Sean Watt, Water Resources Engineer, Cataraqui Region Conservation Area
“Keeping Our Drinking Water Safe – Source Water Protection in the Cataraqui Region”
Location: Mac-Corry D214
Time: 3:00 pm (Coffee will be served at 2:30pm)
Questions or Comments?
email: Dr. Paul Treitz