Association of Polar Early Career Scientists


Polar Educators International (PEI), a vibrant network promoting polar education and research to a global community, is pleased to announce the fourth in the Master Class Series targeting a dual audience:

  • Educators seeking cutting-edge professional development on the latest science discoveries
  • Researchers interested in learning proven strategies for communicating scientific concepts in a clear and meaningful way to non-technical audiences

What will happen to penguins and other Antarctic animals: Evidence of climate change in Antarctica from a marine perspective, features leading researcher, Dr. Jose Xavier, and polar educator, Patricia Azinhaga.

Webinar date/time: Monday, 26 October, 2015 at 2100 GMT/UTC

Registrations are due by 21 October 2015

NOTE: if you are unable to take part in the live webinar, you can still take part in the Master Class by watching the archived version which will be posted on the PEI website discussion group after 27, October 2015—registration is required.

Online discussion forum will follow the web seminar: 28 October-4 November, 2015

Cost: Free to all participants. (Membership in PEI is required for participation in Master Class activities.)

Further information on how to participate is available at:

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