with panel featuring Great Lakes experts and director/executive producer William Kleinert

    Ewart Angus Centre (HSC-1A1), 7-10 pm, Oct 27

    View a story of the Great Lakes, North America’s “freshwater inland ocean” through the prism of ice, touching on aspects of their geology and natural history as well as their place in human movement, population growth, industrialization, culture, and recreation. A Great Lakes panel discussion will follow the screening, featuring the filmmakers, as well as researchers, environmentalists, and policy makers. Confirmed panelists include Dr. Pat Chow-Fraser (McMaster Biology faculty and Great Lakes expert), Dr. Corinne Schuster-Wallace (former UN University faculty and ice expert), Dr. Sandrina Rodrigues (Environment and Climate Change Canada) and William Kleinert (PROJECT: ICE director and executive producer). Dr. Sarah Dickson, Director of McMaster Water Network will moderating the discussion.

    For more information about PROJECT: ICE, visit the website.

    Free pizza and refreshments will be provided from 6:30 pm, before the screening at 7 pm