IRES Seminar Series

The IRES Seminar Series showcases the research of our graduate students, faculty and guests.  There are also monthly professional development seminars.  The seminars run every Thursday during the Winter Session (September to April) from 12:30pm to 1:30pm in AERL Theatre (room 120). The AERL building (Aquatic Ecosystems Research Laboratory) is located on 2202 Main Mall at UBC Vancouver.

New this year: With humanity’s creation of a new geological era marked by dominant human influences on planetary processes, the Anthropocene seems to offer little hope.

And yet, the same ingenuity that enables human domination over the Earth also allows a certain genius in addressing the many rising environmental and sustainability challenges.

Hope in the Anthropocene will showcase such inspirations and solutions in tackling climate change, harnessing energy, feeding humanity, governing states, and meeting our collective water and sanitation needs all while respecting Indigenous peoples and protecting nature and its benefits for people.

A collaboration between Green College and the Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability at the University of British Columbia, Hope in the Anthropocene will feature 6 accomplished speakers from around the world presenting in the IRES Seminar Series.

Select seminar videos are available for viewing here.

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November 23, 2017: IRES Faculty Seminar
Speakers: FuturAgua Team (Tim McDaniels, Douw Steyn, and others) plus poster session in AERL Lobby afterwards


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November 30, 2017: IRES Faculty Seminar
Speaker: Wade Davis


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December 7, 2017: IRES Special Seminar
Speaker: Bradley Eyre
(Last Seminar for Term 1)


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January 4, 2018: IRES Faculty Seminar
Speaker: Jocelyn Stacey
(First Seminar for Term 2)


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January 11, 2018: IRES Student Seminar
Speakers: Alida O’Connor and Nicolas Talloni


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January 18, 2018: IRES Faculty Seminar
Hope in the Anthropocene Series
Speaker: TBA


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January 25, 2018: IRES Professional Development Seminar
Speakers: TBA


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February 1, 2018: IRES Faculty Seminar
Speaker: Steve Conrad


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February 8, 2018: IRES Student Seminar
Speaker: Michaela Neuberger and Kiely McFarlane


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February 15, 2018: IRES Professional Development Seminar
Speakers: TBA


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February 22, 2018: No speaker due to Reading Week

March 1, 2018: IRES Faculty Seminar
Hope in the Anthropocene Series
Speaker: TBA


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March 8, 2018: IRES Faculty Seminar
Speaker: Laura Morillas


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March 15, 2018: IRES Student Seminar
Speakers: Megan Callahan and Poushali Maji


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March 22, 2018: IRES Faculty Seminar
Hope in the Anthropocene Series
Speaker: Jon Foley


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March 29, 2018: IRES Professional Development Seminar or Faculty Seminar
Speaker: TBA


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April 5, 2018: IRES Faculty Seminar
Speaker: Hannah Wittman


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April 12, 2018: IRES Student Symposium
Speakers: Jackie Lerner (PhD Candidate), Sameer Shah (PhD Candidate), Teddy Eyster (MSC Student), Krista English (PhD Candidate)


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