Augustana in Calgary!
Posted on January 16, 2012 by Christopher Thrall
PLEASE NOTE LECTURE VENUE CHANGE. Meet Dean Allen Berger and chat with other Calgary-area Augustana alumni at a Calgary Mixer.
On Tuesday, January 24, meet Dean Allen Berger and chat with other Calgary-area Augustana alumni at a Mixer planned by your Alumni Office in partnership with the University of Alberta’s Calgary Centre.The Mixer takes place after a lecture series on Alberta’s oilsands development.
At 7:30, Augustana Alumni and friends can gather at the Parker House Grill & Wine Bar at 131 – 6th Ave SW. Although this is a free event, registration is recommended due to limited seating: note that these two events require separate registrations. Please click here to register for the Mixer.
Before the Mixer, feel free to take in a lecture featuring Augustana’s Dr. Glynnis Hood concerning Alberta’s oilsands development.
Managing the Oilsands Environmental Footprint with Dr. Naeth, Dr. St. Clair and Dr. Hood
Please note venue change: Metropolitan Conference Centre and NOT at the U of A Calgary Centre.
Furthermore, the event is now full and anyone wishing to attend is encouraged to email firstname.lastname@example.org to be placed on a waiting list. Waitlist registrants will be contacted again prior to the event (1-2 days) should a space open up.
Time: 4:30-5:15 PM Opening Reception | 5:15-6:45 PM Lecture and Q&A
Location: Metropolitan Conference Centre
333 4 Ave SW, Grand Lecture Theatre
Oil sands development is under increasing environmental scrutiny from the media, non-governmental organizations, regulators and governments locally, nationally and internationally. Arguments have been made against the impact of oil sands development on land, water use and wildlife. All parties recognize there is an environmental footprint created by increased oil sands activity, but what is that footprint and what are the techniques being used to manage it?
Join University of Alberta researchers Dr. Anne Naeth, Dr. Glynnis Hood and Dr. Colleen St. Clair as they delve more deeply into defining the oil sands environmental footprint and what is being done to ensure more sustainable harvesting of the resource. >>MORE
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