Earth Science for Society (ESfS) is a fun, educational, and dynamic geoscience outreach event in which students, families, youth groups, and the public are given an opportunity to explore Earth Science fundamentals. Interactive, hands-on exhibits are showcased in four themed pavilions. Free admission.
March 19-21, 2017
Big Four Building, Stampede Park
Sunday, March 19 11:30am to 5:00pm
Monday, March 20 8:45am to 2:45pm
Tuesday, March 21 8:45am to 2:45pm
University of Calgary Press and the Arctic Institute of North America are pleased to announce the launch of "Polaris: The Chief Scientist's Recollections of the American North Pole Expedition, 1871-73." Original text by Emil Bessels, edited and translated by William Barr, AINA Research Associate.
The book launch will take place at Aquila Books on Monday, March 6, 2017, from 7:00 - 9:00 pm.
You skate on it, you slip on it and it keeps your drinks cool. It is embedded in our culture, tells the story of our past and is a symbolic reality of present and future climate change. Join us as we celebrate the ice in our lives and our communities with the Arctic Institute of North America from the University of Calgary.
International Mountain Day – 11 December 2016
An exhibit which showcases the extensive photo archive of the Arctic Institute of North America and
charts military action in the Arctic from 1946.
Opening Reception is Friday, February 26, 2016.
The exhibit will be on display through Sunday, June 5, 2016.
Dr. Elizabeth MacDonald presents her work on the Aurorasaurus project: a citizen science project to document auroral sightings and observations. Talk begins at 4:00 pm in room Science B 144 at the University of Calgary. See the attached poster for more details.