Seminar

Dept. of History - "Assessing the Past: Environmental Impact Assessments & Contested Historical Narratives in the Yukon Territory

Join the Department of History for the next History Talk by Glenn Iceton entitled “Assessing the Past: Environmental Impact Assessments and Contested Historical Narratives in the Yukon Territory.” It is taking place on Monday, February 26th at 3pm in SS623.  This is free and open to the public

For more information, please visit the History Talks Website

Sustainability Speaker Series: Community Health and Well-Being

Calgary and Beyond: Sustainability in the Next 20 Years Speaker Series

These events will serve as a catalyst for finding sustainable and scalable solutions to complex social, ecological and economic challenges that are of local and regional importance. This month the topic is Community Health and Well-Being

Date: Thursday, April 6, 2017

Location: University of Calgary, Dining Centre, Alberta Room

Address: 124 University Gate NW

One Health Global Health Seminar Series presents Dr. Sandie Black

One Health Global Health Seminar Series- Presented by the Department of Ecosystem & Public Health (EPH) in conjunction with colleagues from the Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS) are pleased to invite you to a presentation by Dr. Sandie Black, Head of Veterinary Services, Calgary Zoo.

"Living without ice: Using a One Health approach to predict the resilience of an ice adapted marine mammal to a rapidly changing Arctic."

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