The CALS community is invited to attend in the UW-Madison Climate Change Symposium on Thursday, April 27. The event, hosted by the Nelson Institute’s Center for Climactic Research, runs from 3:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.in the DeLuca Forum at the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery.
Neil Stenhouse, assistant professor of Life Sciences Communication, is among five UW-Madison faculty and researchers to give research talks at the event.
The symposium will conclude with a keynote lecture by Professor Josh Lawler from the University of Michigan, followed by a reception and the Reid Bryson Scholarship poster session for UW-Madison students.
For more information, visit nelson.wisc.edu/ccr/events/climate-change-symposium.This entry was posted in Events and tagged Life Sciences Communication by Ben. Bookmark the permalink.