Professor Catherine Bonier will be delivering a keynote titled: Water + Community: Creative Collaborations in Service of Sustainability at the International Conference on Water, Informatics, Sustainability, and Environment, iWISE2017. This 3-day conference is being held at Carleton University from Jul 3-5, 2017. Organized by Science Target Inc. in collaboration with professional and academic institutions, iWISE2017 will bring together research, technology and expertise in fields of water, informatics, sustainability and environment.
Professor Bonier will address the importance of research techniques and grounded creative projects which arise from local knowledge, respect social histories, and engage communities in collaborations around water and sustainability.
More information can be found here.
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