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April 2021

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Courageous Leadership: A conversation with Dr. Terry Root

Monday 04/19/2021
Free

Science leadership is not only about new discoveries. It’s also about developing new approaches to research and teaching, communicating scientific insights, and cultivating the next generation of science leaders. It’s a role that demands much more than dedication and hard work — you also need a lot of courage. Just ask Dr. Terry L. Root, senior fellow emerita at the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment at Stanford University, who has played a key role in climate science research and…

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Kolshorn Lecture: Coloring the Conservation Conversation with Dr. Drew Lanham

Wednesday 04/21/2021
Free

Each year, the Department of Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology at the University of Minnesota invites a distinguished scientist or conservationist to campus to give the Kolshorn Lecture. This year's lecture is by Dr. Drew Lanham.

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May 2021

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Learning from the Past: Environmental Justice and Transportation Corridor Planning

Wednesday 05/05/2021
Pay as you can

A conversation about how people today are responding to social and environmental justice questions raised by freeway alignment projects in the past

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Minnesota Night Skies in May (Online Event)

Wednesday 05/19/2021
4:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Free

There’s never been a better time to head outside and explore the starry skies! Join our planetarium educators on Facebook Live as they answer your questions and take you on a journey of what’s currently visible in the evening skies.

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Minnesota’s Reptiles and Amphibians: Past, Present, and Future

Thursday 05/27/2021
1:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Free

Join graduate students Sam Weaver and Tom Radomski as they share their research and help us learn more about common Minnesota amphibians and reptiles.

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