Students of the School of Environment & Geomatics will share all they’ve learned through months of applied research in front of their peers. The experience takes them into the real-world realm of presenting scientific findings through a conference format and brings the school together in a celebration of learning.
Students from the Recreation Fish and Wildlife, Forestry, Integrated Environmental Planning and Geographic Information Systems programs are on the Selkirk College Castlegar Campus for a day-long student conference held Wednesday, April 12.
The day starts with coffee and registration at 8 a.m. Then, presenters will fill classrooms and lecture theatres around the college in the 15th year of the student conference. The day wraps up with keynote speaker Garth Mowat, a Nelson wildlife biologist.
At the 2016 event, 82 students of the School of Environment & Geomatics stood up in front of their peers sharing all they'd learned through months of applied research.
View the conference agenda. This event is by and for current SEG students and not open to the public.