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Mount Allison University

May 6-7, 2019

 

The mission of Science Atlantic is to advance post-secondary science education and research in Atlantic Canada by:

  •   Providing opportunities that foster and enrich students
  •   Supporting and inspiring researchers and educators
  •   Using their collective voice to address important regional science issues

 

Keynote Speaker

Dr. Melissa Burgess Moser, PhD, LPsych

"Attachment, Affect Regulation and Mental Health: From Survival to Growth"

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Registration

Please Register for the conference by April 30th

     Registration Fees:

     Students: $60

     Faculty: $90

 

Abstract Deadline April 19 - Please click the link to submit your abstract

Please note - Registration must be completed prior to abstract submission


Prizes for Presentations will be awarded:

Science Atlantic Research Award

Science Atlantic Communication Award, sponsored by Canadian Science Publishing

Karen Nicholson Award in Neuropsychology  

 

Accommodations

Participants can reserve on campus accommodations here

Events Services staff will be on hand to check you in upon arrival

Here, you can find detailed directions to MtA as well as a campus map

Parking in Sackville and on the MtA campus are free of charge

 

Volunteers

If you are a MtA student and interested in volunteering during the conference please email Allison!


 

Questions? Email Allison