Register now to join us for the annual Acadia Science Symposium on Thursday, October 24th, 8:45-4:00 at Schoodic Institute.
The symposium will provide a forum to hear about science taking place in the region and to interact and build collaborations with scientists, educators, students, park staff, and others working in a range of fields.
State of Science in Acadia
Integrating social and natural science research with panel discussion
Adapting to the future with panel discussion
Poster sessions open to anyone doing research in the region
Dave Pettebone, Applied Research Coordinator, NPS Environmental Quality Division
Adam Gibson, Social Scientist, Acadia National Park
Katharine Ruskin, Lecturer and Undergraduate Coordinator, University of Maine and Second Century Stewardship Fellow
Allison Gardner, Assistant Professor, University of Maine and Second Century Stewardship Fellow
Kate Miller, Plant Ecologist, NPS Northeast Temperate Inventory and Monitoring Network
Abe Miller-Rushing, Science Coordinator, NPS Acadia National Park
Becky Cole-Will, Chief of Resource Management, NPS Acadia National Park
Participants are invited to present posters describing their research at the symposium. We welcome and encourage posters from a wide range of disciplines, including natural sciences, social sciences, and the arts and humanities. Please note that the title, authors, and abstract must be included in your registration.
Registration is $50 for the general public and $35 for students. There will be a $50 late fee for registrations received after October 10th and registration will close when space is full. (Acadia National Park and Schoodic staff, register at this link.) Submit poster presentations with registration.
Questions – For more information, contact Emma Albee at email@example.com.