February 02, 2013
Environmental Sciences Symposium
The 19th annual Environmental Sciences Symposium is a non-profit student-run event that provides an opportunity for the public, students and businesses to extend their knowledge. The symposium promotes understanding and engagement on environmental issues through a variety of speakers, workshops and displays.
Emphasizing "Traditional Knowledge and Cultural Perspectives on the Environment," the symposium will feature keynote speakers, including Clayton Thomas-Muller, John Crump, Henry Lickers and many others with diverse experience and expertise. Targeted to both students and the community at large, the symposium has become a University of Guelph tradition. Admission is $10.
For more information, visit www.enviroscisymposium2013.com.
Time: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Location: Rozanski Hall