November 27, 2019
University Relations and The Arthur B. McDonald Canadian Astroparticle Physics Research Institute at Queen’s are pleased bring you IGnite: Research Stories to Inspire Generations.
This quarterly “short talks” series focuses on showcasing the breadth of research happening across Queen’s University and its impact on the world.
This instalment will take place Wednesday, November 27 from 6:00 – 9:00 PM at the Kingston Frontenac Public Library Central Branch.
Dr. Aaron Vincent, an astroparticle physicist, will give a talk titled “What is the Flavor of a Cosmic Neutrino?” a detective story examining some of the most energetic particles ever seen in the Universe.
Dr. Morcom, professor of Aboriginal education, will present a lecture titled “Niinwi-Giinwaa-Giinwi: Moving from We and You to Us,” focusing on ally-building in teacher education.
For more information, please visit the McDonald Institute website.