Having a ruff day? Paws everything you are doing right now, and come out to meet some of our furry, and not-so-furry friends! Join us for an evening filled with fun games, contests, and a talent show, featuring your favourite pet. Attendance for this event will equal one entry for a raffle at the end of March.
Do you have the cutest pet? Enter our Cutest Pet Contest to win a $25 gift card! Send in your pet’s photo at bit.ly/SRSAPetContest
Effective science communication has become critical in today's climate. Join us for our science communication session where Dr. Maria Sunderam will cover the importance of storytelling and empathy in
Effective science communication has become critical in today’s climate. Join us for our science communication session where Dr. Maria Sunderam will cover the importance of storytelling and empathy in communication, the value of your voice, and simplifying complex topics.
Dr. Sundaram is an infectious disease epidemiologist with 10 years of experience in global and local public health research. Her main research focus is the epidemiology of respiratory diseases, including influenza, RSV, and SARS-CoV-2. Her work at the University of Toronto Dalla Lana School of Public Health investigates the sociological and socio-epidemiological underpinnings of COVID-19 disease, as well as quantifying and contextualizing real-time safety information for COVID-19 vaccines. She curently serves as a weekly COVID-19 expert for the BBC World Service and has additionally provided science communication for news outlets including NBC, CBC, and NPR.