Talks & Events
The Beaty Biodiversity Museum encourages you to attend one of our engaging talks and special events. Most are geared to a general, all-ages audience (unless otherwise specified). We hope to spark your love of biodiversity through interesting and timely topics.
- Way Cool Biodiversity Series: family-friendly lectures on various topics. First Sunday of every month, at 1:00 p.m.
- Biodiversity Seminar Series: UBC members and guests present their work to the UBC research community. Wednesdays at 12:00 p.m.
- Biodiversity Lecture Series: The Museum presents an ongoing series of lectures exploring our understandings of biodiversity.
- Guest Speakers and Special Events: Scientists and artists from different corners of the world bring their perspective on biodiversity to the Beaty Biodiversity Museum.
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All events listed below are included with museum admission or membership, unless stated otherwise.
This series of portraits is Dana Cromie's reaction to the ongoing reduction by human activity of natural habitat.
UBC Earth Sciences Building, Ross Beaty Lecture Theatre
Bird population trends are one of the best indicators of ecosystem health. Take flight with Dick Cannings on a Canada-wide assessment of the country’s birds, the first time this had ever been done for any major group of animals.
Join the Beaty Biodiversity Museum every day at 12:30 p.m. for a different hands-on activity, brought to you by volunteers, staff, curators, and special guests! Meet new friends while exploring different aspects of the biodiversity around us.
Jackie Chambers, Education and Outreach Manager of the Beaty Biodiversity Museum, will reveal the ecological and cultural importance of this amazing plant.
Included with museum admission or membership