[Sust-mar] Of Interest to Students: Green Horizons 2009 - March 24/25 at Pier 21

Viridia info at viridiaconsulting.ca
Tue Mar 17 14:59:56 EDT 2009


Please distribute this event information to students, professors,
researchers, and others who may find it of interest.

This is a FREE event for students, and we'll be arranging pickups at various
campuses throughout the day. Here are the cliff's notes (more info at

*Pier 21, 1099 Marginal Rd., Halifax*
*March 24 from 3 pm to 7 pm* with regular presentations by Academia,
Government, & Industry. Cash bar and live music starting at 5 pm (
www.leepark.ca, 2 musicians from the Klezmorim group)
*March 25 from 9 am - 6 pm *with regular presentations by Academia,
Government, & Industry

Unite government, industry, and academia, for the purpose of bringing bright
minds together to ensure continued collaboration and advancement in the
environmental field. Effective interaction among these groups is critical to
shaping the horizon of our environmental future.

*For Students*: This event will enable students to identify government
departments and companies that are aligned with their career aspirations.
Get your foot in the door for the best jobs!

*For Professors/Researchers:* This event will enable professors and
researchers to identify government departments and companies that can assist
with research initiatives. Academia will have key speaking timeslots to
present research in progress and present opportunities to involve government
and industry in available research opportunities.

ESANS is providing free return transportation for up to 50 representatives
from each school to attend this event. Register today to secure your spot on
the dedicated bus that will pick up at your school! Buses will be departing
and returning to Cape Breton University, Nova Scotia Agricultural College,
St. FX, and Acadia, as well as local pickups at Dalhousie, St. Mary’s, Mount
St. Vincent, and NSCC in Dartmouth.

Students & Grads: FREE!
$50 ESANS Members
$75 ESANS Non-Members
(MUST register at http://www.esans.ca/events.html to attend...and have valid
student ID - verified on-site)
Academic Programs Represented - Join Them Today!*
Dalhousie - Marine Affairs Program
Dalhousie - Environmental Studies
Dalhousie - Environmental Engineering
Dalhousie - Management
StFX - Information Systems
StFX - Business Administration
StFX - Sociology
StFX - Biology
NSAC - Technology Environmental Horticulture
Saint Mary's - Environmental Studies
Saint Mary's - Applied Science Geography
Saint Mary's - Biology
Saint Mary's - Science
NSCC - Env. Engineering Technology Water Resources
NSCAD - Photography, Interdisciplinary Design
NSCAD - Interdisciplinary Design

Sponsorship opportunities are available for these sessions, and several 15
minute speaking timeslots remain. Event participants would like to hear from
Industry Liaison Officers, Funding Officers, and Researchers - let us know
you are interested by emailing your thoughts to contact at esans.ca today!

Sairah M. Tyler, MSc
Environmental Services Association Nova Scotia (ESANS), Event Planner
Viridia Consulting
Office: (902) 482-7272
Fax: (877) 466-4321
E-mail: info at viridiaconsulting.ca

It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most
intelligent, but the most
responsive to change.
- Charles Darwin (1835)

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