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Biodiversity: a tale of four bees

Join the executive research team from the Centre for Bee Ecology, Evolution and Conservation on World Bee Day as they discuss the most important pollinators on the planet.

Discover the diverse range of behaviours and ecologies of these experts’ favorite bees and what they are doing to better understand their evolution and health.

Presentation with Q&A

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May 20th, 12:00pm to 12:45pm
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COVIDIO: Speculations on the future of live performance

In March 2020, live events across Canada and around the world stopped almost overnight. In the wake of COVID-19, the performing arts and their audiences moved online. It’s been a year, so what happened and what comes next?

This talk looks at the effect of the pandemic on the performing arts in Canada and internationally, how we adapted, and speculations on the future of performance in a post-pandemic world. Talk and Q&A.

May 5th, 12:00pm to 12:45pm
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The gathering model of community engagement: A research-driven approach to school decision-making

The Scholars' Hub Speaker Series presents the history of an ongoing, 15-year collaboration between the York Region District School Board and the Faculty of Education at York, researching the relationships families, specifically marginalized families, have with their children’s schools. 

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April 7th, 12:00pm to 12:45pm
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How Ecological Footprint Accounting Can Inform Pathways to a Carbon-Neutral Economy

This special Earth Day edition of Scholars' Hub @ Home will focus on the global footprint and biocapacity that quantify the capacity of landscapes to sustain human consumption and infrastructure - information for the global community aiming for a carbon-neutral economy. Q&A to follow.

April 21st, 12:00pm to 12:45pm
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The Insider's Guide to the Galaxy: Safely Viewing the Sun

Join us online to learn basic astronomy that you can do on your own from your backyard!

In partnership with The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, free introductory astronomy courses every other Tuesday at 3:30pm EDT. They'll give you the tools to learn astronomy on your own at home, along with some observing goals to try. All you need is your computer! A pair of binoculars will help, but are not necessary. Zoom registration through RASC: bit.ly/3daMp4s

May 25th, 3:30pm to 5:00pm
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The Insider's Guide to the Galaxy: Galaxies in Plain Sight

Join us online to learn basic astronomy that you can do on your own from your backyard!

In partnership with The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, free introductory astronomy courses every other Tuesday at 3:30pm EDT. They'll give you the tools to learn astronomy on your own at home, along with some observing goals to try. All you need is your computer! A pair of binoculars will help, but are not necessary. Zoom registration through RASC: bit.ly/3daMp4s

May 11th, 3:30pm to 5:00pm
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The Insider's Guide to the Galaxy: Spotting Satellites

Join us online to learn basic astronomy that you can do on your own from your backyard!

In partnership with The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, free introductory astronomy courses every other Tuesday at 3:30pm EDT. They'll give you the tools to learn astronomy on your own at home, along with some observing goals to try. All you need is your computer! A pair of binoculars will help, but are not necessary. Zoom registration through RASC: bit.ly/3daMp4s

April 27th, 3:30pm to 5:00pm
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