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2018 GLIER Graduate Student Symposium

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  • Thu, 04/05/2018 - 9:00am - Fri, 04/06/2018 - 3:30pm




The GLIER Graduate Symposium is taking place Thursday, April 5 to Friday April 6 in the GLIER Conference Room.   GLIER graduate students will be presenting their research, and each day will be started off with an exciting Keynote Speaker. 

On Thursday, April 5, Dr. Ellen Petticrew from the University of Northern British Columbia will be giving a talk entitled "Dumped In My Back Yard (DIMBY): Downstream Perspectives of a Major Canadian Mining Disaster". 

On Friday, April 6, Dr. Steven Cooke from Carleton University will be giving a talk entitled "On the State of Freshwater Fish and Fisheries: Finding a Future for the Forgotten"

Please join us for the multidisciplinary and interesting talks by the graduate students and keynote speakers.  Everyone is welcome.

See the full Schedule of Graduate Student Talks here



Alice Grgicak-Mannion
grgica3@uwindsor.ca
(519)253-3000 ext.2170