We hope that you’ll join us again for this year’s 3rd Annual UNC-Chapel Hill Climate Change Symposium!
The event seeks to highlight the latest research on climate change across UNC and North Carolina. As in previous years, the event will feature four keynote speakers and a poster session of postdocs, graduate students, and undergraduates conducting research on climate change. Please save the date for this event and help encourage students to participate with a poster presentation!
Date: Friday, April 22nd, 2016
Location: Genome Sciences Building downstairs lobby and G200
Who: All students, faculty, staff, and the public are welcome to attend.
Student posters & cash prizes! There will be cash prizes awarded to the top 3 student posters (including a $500 first prize!). If you are conducting research on a topic related to climate change and are interested in registering for a student poster, please email Jenna Hartley (firstname.lastname@example.org)by April 8th with the following information: Name, Department, and a working title for your poster. Poster spaces are limited, so email soon if you are interested!
Food! Free food will also be made available during the Reception thanks to funding from Carolina Seminars and The Institute for the Environment.
This event is sponsored and organized the Carolina Climate Change Scientist, a group of collaborative faculty on campus that conducts research on climate change, as well as the Institute for the Environment. If you have questions, please feel free to contact the CCCS Student Coordinator, Jenna Hartley (email@example.com).
We hope to see you there as we encourage collaborative and ongoing conversation surrounding climate change research here on UNC’s campus!
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