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Dr. Mark Groulx was born in Northwestern Ontario and has a passion for all things 'Northern'. After completing an undergraduate degree in Geography at Lakehead University, he became a member of the School of Planning at the University of Waterloo, where he completed both a Master's and Doctoral degrees. Mark's research explores how our connections to the land shape community resilience to climate change. Much of Mark¹s work has centred on the sub-arctic community of Churchill, Manitoba. Mark will discuss his experiencing conducting research in this rich social and ecological environment and will share stories from a recent project that examines citizen scientists experiences of learning on the land in Churchill. Dr. Groulx is currently an Assistant Professor of Environmental Planning at UNBC.
Admission to this event in our atrium is free; galleries are closed.
Doors open at 6:45pm, lecture at 7pm
Cash beer and wine bar available
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