Get Science Right - Fredericton Town Hall / Assemblée publique Fredericton - La science à bon escient

Thursday, April 23, 2015 - 23:00 to Friday, April 24, 2015 - 01:00

Hosted by the Federation of New Brunswick Faculty Associations and presented by the Canadian Association of University Teachers, join us to strategize on a new direction for science policy in Canada. 

Panelists include:
Mary Louise Babineau \\ Green Candidate \\ Fredericton Riding
Kelly Bronson \\ Science & Society Relations \\ St. Thomas
Mike Dawson \\ Assistant VP Research \\ St. Thomas
Matt Decourcey \\ Liberal Candidate \\ Fredericton Riding
Tony Diamond \\ Wildlife Ecology \\ UNB
Vett Lloyd \\ Biology \\ Mt. Allison
Paul Peters \\ Health & Health Service Delivery \\ UNB
Nick Scott \\ New Brunswick Social Policy Network

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Organisée par la Fédération des associations de professeures et professeurs d'université du Nouveau-Brunswick et présentée par l’Association canadienne des professeures et professeurs d'université. Nous vous invitons à vous joindre à nous pour discuter d’une nouvelle direction stratégique pour la politique scientifique du Canada. 

Panélistes :
Mary Louise Babineau \\ Candidate pour le Parti vert
Kelly Bronson \\ Science et relations sociales \\ St. Thomas
Mike Dawson \\ VP adjoint à la recherche \\ St. Thomas
Matt Decourcey \\ Candidat du Parti libéral
Tony Diamond \\ Écologie de la faune et de la flore \\ UNB
Vett Lloyd \\ Biologie \\ Mt. Allison
Paul Peters \\ Santé et la livraison des services de santé \\ UNB
Nick Scott \\ Réseau de recherche sur les politiques sociales du N.-B.

 

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Brian Mulroney Hall, St. Thomas University, Fredericton
www.getscienceright.ca
Fredericton
Canada
45° 56' 16.6668" N, 66° 39' 31.4928" W
CA

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