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November 2022

Annual General Meeting and Technical Talk on Reconstructing Ancient Coastlines

Hybrid Event Hosted by the Northern Branch

Please Note
Engineers and Geoscientists BC’s Communicable Disease Prevention Policy is now in place which allows for in-person external meetings and events. There are specific safety protocols that must be followed by all attendees including a requirement that all attendees of an in-person event to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Vaccination status will be confirmed by the meeting organizer upon arrival at the event location.

Please note that the policy is subject to change to comply with Engineers and Geoscientists BC's Communicable Disease Prevention Policy and any change in PHO requirements.
Status: Registration is now closed.
Date: Wednesday, November 16, 2022
Time: 5:30 PM–7:30 PM Pacific time
  • 5:30 PM: In-person arrival and mingle
  • 6:00 PM: AGM starts
Location: Coast Mountain College - Prince Rupert Campus (Room #185) -- 353 - 5th Street Virtual Meeting on Microsoft Teams Prince Rupert, BC
-- *A link to join the hybrid event will be provided via email closer to the event date.
Presenter: Bryn Letham, Ph.D
Credit: Eligible for 2 CE Hour(s) of Communications and Leadership Learning
Cost: Free
Contact: For more information about this event, please contact the Northern Branch.
Note: Registration deadline is Friday, November 11, 2022.
Join the Northern Branch for their Annual General Meeting. This is a great opportunity to learn more about our branch offerings and insights to a wonderful volunteer experience. Volunteer positions to be part of the branch executive team are available. There will also be a technical talk on reconstructing 15,000 years of geomorphological sea level change on the northwest coast of BC.

Event Schedule

  • 5:30 PM: In-person arrival and mingle
  • 6:00 PM: AGM starts
  • 6:45 PM: Technical talk begins
  • 7:30 PM: Event ends

Event Description

Join the Northern Branch at their annual general meeting. During this session, there will be a discussion about this year's achievements and plans for the future. This is a great opportunity to earn 1 CE hour, meet local engineers and geoscientists, and learn about how the Northern Branch promotes the professions at local schools and engages registrants to make a positive impact in our communities.

Following the annual general meeting, Bryn Letham, Ph.D. will be giving a technical talk about reconstructing 15,000 years of geomorphological sea level change on the Northwest Coast of BC. Bryn combines geoscience and archeology to predict where Indigenous coastal communities would likely have been many thousands of years ago (they're not where you might expect!), and then conducts archeological exploration along those ancient coastlines.

Attendance may take place in-person at Coast Mountain College, Prince Rupert Campus in Room #185 or virtually through Microsoft Teams.

Please note that vaccination status will be checked upon arrival of all in-person attendees. Parking is available. Since access to the facility is controlled after hours, an executive Northern Branch volunteer will greet and direct attendees at the door until 6:00 PM. After this time, instructions and a contact number will be left at the door.

Presenter

Bryn Letham, Ph.D

Bryn Letham, Ph.D, is an adjunct professor affiliated with the Department of Archaeology at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, British Columbia, and a college professor at Coast Mountain College in Prince Rupert, British Columbia. His research is focused on the northern coast of British Columbia, where he reconstructs ancient coastlines and study long-term histories of human settlement on these transforming landscapes.



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