Seminar Series 2018/2019
January 24, 2019: IRES Faculty Seminar with Dr. Margery Fee
Margery Fee is an Emeritus Professor of English at UBC and discusses “Polarizing Bears” and the Climate Change Debate in this week’s seminar series.
January 17, 2019: IRES Faculty Seminar with Dr. Nadja Kunz
Join us for a talk by Nadja Kunz, Assistant Professor at the School of Public Policy and Global Affairs and Norman B Keevil Mining Engineering at the University of British Columbia.
January 10, 2019: IRES Professional Development Seminar with Panel Discussion
Join IRES on Thursday, Jan 10th for our first seminar of the term, “Effecting change through community research and non-research projects” featuring panelists Dr. Terre Satterfield, Dr. Hadi Dowlatabadi, and Dr. Nathan Bennett.
November 29, 2018: IRES Faculty Seminar with Dr. Matthew Mitchell
(Last Seminar for Term 1)
Join IRES on Thursday, Nov. 29th. Matthew Mitchell, an NSERC postdoc with IRES, will be presenting on “Managing landscapes for people and nature at multiple spatial scales.”
November 22, 2018: IRES Professional Development Seminar with Panel Discussion
Join IRES on Thursday, Nov. 22 for a panel discussion presentation on “The nuts and bolts of the publishing-industrial complex.”
November 15, 2018: IRES Faculty Seminar with Sheryl Lightfoot
Join IRES on Thursday, Nov. 15 for Sheryl Lightfoot’s presentation on “Global Indigenous Rights and Politics: A Subtle Revolution.”
November 1, 2018: IRES Faculty Seminar with Dr. Amanda Giang
Join IRES on Thursday, Nov. 1 for Amanda Giang’s presentation on “Policy Evaluation Problems: Evaluating the effectiveness of a global mercury treaty”
October 25, 2018: IRES Professional Development Seminar with Dr. Justin Ritchie & Dr. David Shiffman
Join IRES on Thursday, Oct. 25 for a professional development seminar on “Communicating our research through creative media,” presented by Dr. Justin Ritchie and Dr. David Shiffman.
October 18, 2018: IRES Faculty Seminar with Robin Harder
Join IRES on Thursday, Oct. 18 for Robin Harder’s talk on “Five often overlooked aspects of closing nutrient cycles from human excreta to food and farming systems.”
November 8, 2018: Seminar with Nathan Bendriem & Weildler Guerra Curvelo
Join IRES on Nov. 8 for Nathan Bendriem’s talk on “Economic Analysis of Genomic Technologies used to Enhance Coho Broodstock” and Weildler Guerra Curvelo’s talk on “Wayuu Ontology: a relationship between time, Wayuu people, and the non-human world.”