On November 21st, we are excited to host Anne Dagg, her daughter, and the exhibit creator for an informal discussion about Anne's experiences, the meaning behind the current exhibit pieces and poems in STC, and action we can take for a better future for Science. Join us at 4:00pm at STC 2001 (the study space on the 2nd floor) for hot drinks and pastries and an insightful chat. This is a free event and does not require registration.
The special exhibit in the Science Teaching Complex highlights Dr. Anne Innis Dagg. It features a selection of her poems and writings on women and science and a collection of artifacts associated with her career as a wildlife biologist.
This initiative was invited by the Biology EDI committee. The exhibit was created by the Anne Innis Dagg Foundation and curated by Corina McDonald from Science Museum and Galleries.
If you are joining us from off campus, the closest visitor's parking is Lot D and will cost $5 while the LRT and bus stop is a short walk on the east side of campus.