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Changing Oceans and the Future of the Gulf of Maine: Solutions, Successes, and Sustainability
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Carl Safina
Andrew W. Mellon Distinguished Fellow in Environmental Studies, Colby College
Friday, March 8, 2013
Colby College, Diamond Building, Ostrove Auditorium
12:00pm- 1:00pm, Student poster session
1:00pm- 5:15pm, Speakers and panel discussion
5:15pm- 5:45pm, Reception with Dr. Carl Safina and conference panelists
Conference is free but requires email registration
The conference is free and open to the public, but we do ask for internal planning purposes that you email to register for the conference. You will receive confirmation of your registration. Thank you for assisting us in appropriate planning.
Keynote by Dr. Carl Safina, Andrew W. Mellon in Environmental Studies at Colby College, Blue Ocean Institute
Matthew McKenzie, University of Connecticut
Reception, Student Posters, Safina's photographs from world travels
PBS Saving the Ocean Screening with Guest Panelists
As part of Dr. Carl Safina's Fellowship with the ES Program, we are hosting a public screening of Cod Comeback?, one episode in the PBS series Saving the Oceans.
7:30 pm, Ostrove Auditorium
For More Information
You can find more information about the Andrew W. Mellon Colby Distinguished Fellow in Environmental Studies at Colby College program and Dr. Carl Safina here.
Directions to Diamond Building
Take Interstate 95 to Exit 127 Waterville/Oakland. Turn toward Waterville (east) on Kennedy Memorial Drive (Rt. 137) and follow the blue signs to Colby. After nine-tenths of a mile on Kennedy Memorial Drive you will turn left onto First Rangeway, opposite Inland Hospital. Proceed 1.1 miles on First Rangeway, to the first stop sign, and turn left onto Mayflower Hill Drive. In a half mile you will arrive on campus, where the Diamond building is the first building on your right. You can park in either the Mary-Low or Lunder parking lots.