– Registration has now been extended until February 10th, 12pm.
– Science Communication workshop is full. Ocean Networks Canada workshop is still open!
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We will be kicking off this year’s conference with a boat ride through the beautiful Alberni Inlet to the Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre on the exposed coast of Vancouver Island. We are pleased to announce that Dr. Natalie Ban is our keynote speaker this year and that we will be offering 2 specialized workshops: a Marine Science Research Derby with Ocean Networks Canada and a Science Communication Workshop with Dr. Aerin Jacon from the University of Victoria. Get ready for a weekend full of student presentations and, of course, our legendary costume party!
The annual Pacific Ecology and Evolution Conference (PEEC) provides ecology and evolution students an opportunity to meet with peers to present research, make contacts, obtain feedback, and exchange ideas. PEEC is held at the Bamfield Marine Science Centre, located on Vancouver Island, an ideal place for undergraduate students, graduate students, post-doctoral students or individuals somewhere between these to exchange ideas and partake in evening festivities (e.g. dance and costume party). This conference is organized and run each year by students from either Simon Fraser University (SFU), the University of British Columbia (UBC), or the University of Victoria (UVic). Researchers from the Pacific Northwest and elsewhere are welcome!
Questions? Contact peec2016 (at) gmail.com for more information!