CSEE is coming to the Prairies for the first time in 2015. We invite you to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan on May 22-24 2015 for the 10th annual CSEE meeting hosted by the University of Saskatchewan. This year, the theme of the conference is: 'Ecology and Evolution of Managed Landscapes'. Come and experience the “Paris of the Prairies”, and one of Canada’s finest Collegiate Gothic style campuses. Saskatoon offers extensive opportunities for naturalists; we will be organizing field trips to a number of destinations. Registration will open in January.
Conference Schedule at a Glance:
There is only one week left before the conference starts! Make sure to double check the instructions below for talks and poster, and to take a look at our Students' and Attendees' Survival Guide. This guide contains useful information regarding the meeting, as well as places to eat, things to do, and tips for giving a great presentation. You can find the complete meeting schedule here.
Instructions for talks and posters
Talks: Please upload your presentation on the computer in the room in which you are presenting 15 minutes prior to the start of the session (for example during lunch time or coffee breaks).
Posters: The poster session will take place in Marquis Hall (lunch room). You will be allowed to install your poster starting on Friday May 22nd before lunch. You will be responsible for removing your poster at the latest on May 23rd after lunch.
Important locations to remember
The registration desk will be located in the Natural Sciences Museum atrium in the Biology/Geology Buildings (112/114 Science Place, or across the Bowl. Once in the building, aim for the dinosaurs. The desk should be in the vicinity of a T-rex skeleton. Volunteers will be there to answer your questions and orient you on campus. The residence office is in Saskatchewan Hall. CSEE sessions and symposia will be presented in the Physics Building. Lunch will be served at Marquis Hall. This is also where the poster session will take place. The plenary talk and the public outreach talk will be presented in the Thorvaldson Building. Coffee breaks will take place both in the Physics Building atrium and the Geology Building atrium (near the registration desk).
Your local organization committee for CSEE 2015 includes: Eric Lamb (Plant Sciences), Jill Johnstone (Biology), Sina Adl (Soil Science), Yong-Bi Fu (Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada), Megan Horachek (Biology), Mélanie Jean (Biology), Jeff Lane (Biology), Phil McLoughlin (Biology), Diego Steinaker (Canadian Institute for Ecology and Evolution), and Chris Willenborg (Plant Sciences).