Events

Check out our calendar of events and participate in our seminars, public lectures and more.

16
Nov
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17
Dec
2020
9.30am 16 November – 12.30pm 17 December
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Shut Up and Write at The Fenner School is back and ready for students from across FSES, RSB and RSES to join us in person and online, for some serious writing sessions.

01
Dec
2020
12.30–1.30pm 1 December
By Professor Quentin Grafton, Dr Virginia Marshall, Hmalan Hunter-Xénié

Join us online for a special conversation with leading scholars to discuss First Nations knowledge and wisdom in research, as well as key opportunities for recognition and sharing through academia.

02
Dec
2020
12.30–1.30pm 2 December
By Professor Anthony Jakeman, Associate Professor Katherine Daniell, Dr Deborah Peterson, Professor Paul Tregoning

Join us online in conversation to discuss the future of science and policy, with a focus on the Murray Darling Basin.

02
Dec
2020
2pm 2 December
By Dr Megan Evans

Although calls to “put a price on nature” have been around for decades, the current push for change is that it is coming from within the private sector – and they are starting to put serious money on the table. In this seminar, Dr Megan Evans will highlight some of these current trends and their impact.

03
Dec
2020
9am–5pm 3 December
By Fenner research students

Higher Degree by Research scholars will present their thesis proposal reviews, mid-term reviews, and final seminars.

10
Dec
2020
1pm 10 December
By Dr Matt Brookhouse

In this talk, Dr Matthew Brookhouse will outline the current state of knowledge on snow-gum dieback. The talk will focus upon description of the unmistakable symptoms that distinguish dieback and introduce the candidate insect species currently linked to the phenomenon.

15
Dec
2020
12pm 15 December
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Following this fire season, The Royal Commission into National Natural Disaster Arrangements was formed to examine how prepared Australia is to respond to bushfires and other natural disasters.