Brown Bag Speaker Series F19
Mark your calendars!
We’re letting you know about a great event run by our department to facilitate community, collaboration and learning over lunch. The Brown Bag Speaker Series is a weekly opportunity to meet faculty and professionals in your field and to broaden your geographical knowledge.
You are invited to bring your lunch and come for a great opportunity for networking, research insights, and free coffee. Fridays starting on September 20th (Hutt 234) include the enclosed speaker line up, and more will be added and communicated as confirmed. The events continue into the new year and there are some great speakers booked.
Calendar invites will be coming soon for the Brown Bag Speaker Series.
See you for lunch!
Your Brown Bag Speaker Series Committee
September 20 @ 12-1PM - Departmental Meet and Greet
Come get to know your department!
September 27 @ 12-1PM - Daniel Saurette
Daniel Saurette is a pedologist at Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs. He will be speaking about soil mapping and classification using GIS.
October 4 @ 12-1PM - Margaret Walton-Roberts
Margaret Walton-Roberts is a professor of geography and environmental studies at Wilfrid Laurier University. She will be speaking about gendered mobility and multi-scalar governance models, and exploring the case of nurse migration from South India to the Gulf.
October 18 @ 12-1PM - Peter Vandergeest
Peter Vandergeest is a professor of geography at York University. He will be speaking about transnational labour relations in fisheries in Asia.
October 25 - CAGONT @ UofG (no Brown Bag lunch)
November 1 @ 12-1PM - Daniel Scott
Daniel Scott is a professor in the Geography and Environmental Management Department at the University of Waterloo. His research focuses on the human dimensions of global environmental change, climate change and sustainability.
November 8 @ 12-1PM - Laine Young
Laine Young is a PhD candidate in the Geography and Environmental Studies joint program between Wilfrid Laurier and the University of Waterloo. She will be speaking about the FLEdGE (Food: Locally Embedded, Globally Engaged) program, a research and knowledge sharing partnership, focused on socially just food systems.
November 15 @ 12-1PM - Chris Fullerton|
Chris Fullerton is a professor in the Geography and Tourism Studies Department at Brock University. His research focuses on rural planning and development, transportation and land use planning.
November 22 @ 12-1PM - Lauren Drakopulos
Lauren Drakopulos’s research focuses on three key themes as they relate to fishing-based livelihoods: 1) the politics of environmental science, 2) the Big Data turn in environmental management, and 3) environmental justice and resource access and control.