Sustaining the Future of Our Planet and Ourselves
The earth is our home – and the only one that most of us will ever know. Historians have remarked that sometimes we need to leave our familiar surroundings to gain context. To date, the only way to do that is to travel to space. Dr. Bondar orbited our planet 129 times over 8 days, 1 hour, 14 minutes, 44 seconds as a payload specialist on the Space Shuttle Discovery in January 1992. She has spent the last 27 years translating her unique experiences as an astronaut, neuroscientist, medical researcher, and photographer to deepen our understanding of life and our natural environment. Dr. Bondar will present her personal take on where we find ourselves as inhabitants of planet earth and some of the challenges we face in sustaining our future.
March 26, 2019
Room 1150, Health Sciences Building, 107 Wiggins Road
University of Saskatchewan
***Please note, registration is now closed for the Saskatoon location. By submitting a registration form and selecting the Saskatoon venue, you are requesting to be added to the waitlist. Those on the waitlist will be contacted if space becomes available. Space is still available in Regina.***
This event will be video conferenced to the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy’s University of Regina campus (CB308).
About the Women in Science Speaker Series
The Women in Science (WinS) Speaker Series showcases leading female scientists in the STEM sectors and recognizes their contributions to policy development, national dialogue, economic growth and prosperity.
- 07:00 PM - 08:00 PM CST
- Room 1150, Health Sciences Building, 107 Wiggins Road, University of Saskatchewan
- Download the Whelen Lecture and Women in Science Speaker Series poster