To kick off the launch of School of Planning researcher Markus Moos' new project, Generationed City, please join us for a free expert panel discussion on Housing the Future: Challenges and Opportunities Facing the Next Generation.
On January 27th, join St. Paul's GreenHouse to discuss how we need to think more analytically and aggressively about the world's major problems. In this talk, Larry Smith will challenge the untested assumptions that limit social progress. His talk will talk place form 5:30-7:00pm in Room 105, followed by a pizza reception until 7:30pm in the Alumni Hall Room 201.
Environment alumni in the Ottawa area are warmly invited to join Dean Jean Andrey for a family friendly skate on the Rideau Canal Skateway, followed by a casual get together.
Sunday, January 25, 2015
Pleas join us January 23, 2015 at 12PM for the next installment of the free Environment Seminar Series presented by the Faculty of Environment.
Michael O'Rourke, Professor of Philosophy and faculty in AgBioResearch at Michigan State University will be discussing cross-disciplinary communication related to environmental scholarship.
There will be a complimentary, locally-sourced lunch served at 12PM.
Please join us at the Balsillie School of International Affairs for a lecture by School of Environment, Enterprise and Development director and professor Neil Craik.
A light lunch will be served.
To attend, please RVSP Joanne at firstname.lastname@example.org
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On January 21 at 3pm, stop by the Balsillie School of International Affairs for panel discussions about Shale Gas: Science Policy Issues in the Canadian Context by Dr. Maurice Dusseault, Dr. John Cherry and Dr. Ian Stewart.
To help us shape a sustainable future, we’re embarking on a bold initiative to attract the best and brightest graduate students to be the next generation of researchers in the field.
Next WICI Speakers' Series Event
"Invention and innovation: the long term"
Dr. Sander van der Leeuw
Foundation Professor, Arizona State University, School of Sustainability and School of Human Evolution and Social Change
PLEASE NOTE: The Sunday screening of the Banff Mountain Film Festival is now sold out.