Journey into the Field with Ecology Film Festival
A message from Emily Longman:
Please join us for an Ecology Film Festival on Wednesday February 1st at the Davis Veterans Memorial Center Theatre. We will be premiering twelve short 4-minute films produced by graduate students at University of California, Davis. These films were created during a science communication course taught by Professor Eric Sanford, professional filmmaker Grant Thompson, and graduate student, Emily Longman. This course was made possible with funding from the Bilinski-Bodega Marine Laboratory Fellowship. The films will take you on a journey into the field and laboratory with these students and give you a glimpse into the range of exciting ecological research done at UC Davis. The films are intended for a general audience.
For a taste of what to expect, view the trailer: https://vimeo.com/785447078/2c3a2e015b
This is a free public event. Seats are first come, first serve for attendees. Masks are welcome during this season of increasing COVID and flu.
When: Wednesday February 1, 2023 from 5:30 – 7:00pm (doors open at 5:00pm)
Where: Davis Veterans Memorial Center Theatre (203 E 14th St., Davis CA)
Questions: Please contact Emily Longman (eklongmanATucdavis.edu)
Hope to see you there!
PhD Candidate, Sanford Lab
Population Biology Graduate Group
University of California, Davis
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