Brown Bag seminar: Resilience and well-being of Arctic communities in change
Tellus Stage at Linnanmaa campus & online
The speakers in this seminar are Thora Herrmann, Professor in Biodiverse Antropocenes profiling theme, and Arja Rautio, Professor of Arctic Research at Thule Institute. Herrmann has investigated for example the effects of environmental change on the lifestyles, cultures, and traditions of Indigenous peoples in the Arctic region. Rautio’s research focuses on people’s health and well-being in the Arctic.
Please register here. Registration for on-site participation closes on 26 April, and registration for online participation stays open until 1 May.
We ask you to register to this seminar whether you participate remotely or on-site. In this seminar, we will use Brella instead of Zoom for streaming, and you need to register to get the link. In Brella you can also network with colleagues interested in similar topics and visit virtual booths of the University of Oulu's services as well as find the presentation slides. Lunch will be served to registered participants attending the event on campus.
In this spring’s Brown Bag seminars, we introduce the research of the newly started researchers in the Biodiverse Anthropocenes profiling theme alongside interesting research topics from other disciplines in our university. Biodiverse Anthropocenes is an Academy of Finland funded research theme that focuses on investigating the biodiversity loss currently threatening multi-species well-being and planetary sustainability, and on generating future-oriented solutions both in the Arctic and around the planet.
In Brown Bag research seminars, the researchers of the University of Oulu get to introduce their favorite subjects to a multidisciplinary audience and have discussions across scientific borders. Brown Bag seminars are open to everyone. Join us for some science and an interesting cross-disciplinary conversation!