EnviroCon is an annual, interdisciplinary conference that showcases graduate student research related to environment and sustainability challenges in an intimate, collaborative forum. The conference is organized solely by graduate students in Centre for Environment and Sustainability’s Collaborative Program. In the past, topics have ranged from food waste to carbon sequestration, among many others.
This year, our keynote is Dr. Frederick Keenan who will discuss lived experience in international development and environmental sustainability. A panel discussion will be focused on sustainable consumerism.
A key goal of EnviroCon is to connect graduate students across disciplines to share their research via oral (12-min platform and 3-min speed talks) and poster presentations. To incentivize participation, we will also include prizes for the top presentations. The conference is FREE for all attendees! Lunch is $5 cash at the event.
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