Indianapolis Prize Lecture Series: Saving Seahorses to Save the Seas


Sep 22 - Sep 30

Indianapolis Prize Lecture Series: Saving Seahorses to Save the Seas


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Conservation Hero to Share Stories of Inspiration and Hope

The Indianapolis Prize Lecture Series provides an inspirational and educational platform for young inquisitive minds, the public and professionals in our community to understand the work and determination it takes to save a species. Participants will learn what inspired the Winner to become a scientist and how they raised awareness for our planet’s biodiversity. Guests will have the opportunity to ask questions about the challenges, struggles and successes the Winner has faced through their career.

 

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Indianapolis Prize Lecture Series: Saving Seahorses to Save the Seas
  • Indiana University

    Wednesday, Sept.22, 2021 ● Noon ● President’s Hall, 601 Kirkwood Ave, Bloomington, IN
    This lecture is also available to stream online here.

    The Indianapolis Prize Lecture Series provides an inspirational and educational platform for young inquisitive minds, the public and professionals in our community to understand the work and determination it takes to save a species. Participants will learn what inspired the Winner to become a scientist and how they raised awareness for our planet’s biodiversity. Guests will have the opportunity to ask questions about the challenges, struggles and successes the Winner has faced through their career.

  • DePauw University

    Thursday, Sept.23, 2021 ● Noon ● private event  

    The Indianapolis Prize Lecture Series provides an inspirational and educational platform for young inquisitive minds, the public and professionals in our community to understand the work and determination it takes to save a species. Participants will learn what inspired the Winner to become a scientist and how they raised awareness for our planet’s biodiversity. Guests will have the opportunity to ask questions about the challenges, struggles and successes the Winner has faced through their career.

  • Purdue University, College of Veterinary Medicine

    Monday, Sept.27, 2021 ● 10:30am ● private event

     

    The Indianapolis Prize Lecture Series provides an inspirational and educational platform for young inquisitive minds, the public and professionals in our community to understand the work and determination it takes to save a species. Participants will learn what inspired the Winner to become a scientist and how they raised awareness for our planet’s biodiversity. Guests will have the opportunity to ask questions about the challenges, struggles and successes the Winner has faced through their career.

  • Butler University, J. James Woods Lecture Series Event

    ● Monday, Sept.27, 2021 ● 7:30pm ● Schrott Center for the Arts, 610 W. 46th St., Indianapolis IN

    The Indianapolis Prize Lecture Series provides an inspirational and educational platform for young inquisitive minds, the public and professionals in our community to understand the work and determination it takes to save a species. Participants will learn what inspired the Winner to become a scientist and how they raised awareness for our planet’s biodiversity. Guests will have the opportunity to ask questions about the challenges, struggles and successes the Winner has faced through their career.

  • University of Indianapolis

    ● Tuesday, Sept.28, 2021 ● Noon ● private event, available to stream online

    The Indianapolis Prize Lecture Series provides an inspirational and educational platform for young inquisitive minds, the public and professionals in our community to understand the work and determination it takes to save a species. Participants will learn what inspired the Winner to become a scientist and how they raised awareness for our planet’s biodiversity. Guests will have the opportunity to ask questions about the challenges, struggles and successes the Winner has faced through their career.

  • Franklin College

    Tuesday, Sept.28, 2021 ● 6:30pm ● private event

    The Indianapolis Prize Lecture Series provides an inspirational and educational platform for young inquisitive minds, the public and professionals in our community to understand the work and determination it takes to save a species. Participants will learn what inspired the Winner to become a scientist and how they raised awareness for our planet’s biodiversity. Guests will have the opportunity to ask questions about the challenges, struggles and successes the Winner has faced through their career.

  • Harvard Museums of Science & Culture

    Thursday, Sept.30, 2021 ● 6pm ● Cambridge, MA, virtual event

    The Indianapolis Prize Lecture Series provides an inspirational and educational platform for young inquisitive minds, the public and professionals in our community to understand the work and determination it takes to save a species. Participants will learn what inspired the Winner to become a scientist and how they raised awareness for our planet’s biodiversity. Guests will have the opportunity to ask questions about the challenges, struggles and successes the Winner has faced through their career.

Special thanks to The Heritage Group for supporting Indianapolis Prize outreach events.
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