Ref. No. 114
||Mar. 13, 2002
||Distinguished anthropologist to lecture at Memorial University
Note to editors:
Dr. Pamela Willoughby, associate professor of anthropology at the
University of Alberta, will host this year's Elizabeth R. Laird Lecture.
Her presentation, The Great Rift Valley: East African Evidence for our
Remote Past will focus on the fossil evidence for human evolution that
comes from East Africa and examine its unexpected contribution to the
origin of our own species. The lecture will be held in the Health Sciences
Auditorium, located on the main floor of the Health Sciences Centre, on
Monday, March 18, starting at 7:30 p.m. All are welcome to attend. Parking
is available in Lot 9 on the east side of the Health Sciences Centre. A
reception will follow.
For more information please contact Dr. Grant Gardner, associate dean,
Faculty of Science, Memorial University of Newfoundland, at (709) 737-8155
or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.