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3MT: Lee Beavington

May 16, 2016
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SFU's Three Minute Thesis (3MT) finals took place on March 14, 2016.Lee Beavington, Education, spoke on "Scientific Ethics and Outdoor Education". Supervisor: Dr. Heesoon Bai.

Lee Beavington is a SSHRC scholar and PhD student in Philosophy of Education at SFU. He is also an author, photographer, and instructor for KPU’s Amazon Field School, and teaches Ecology, Genetics, and Advanced Cell and Molecular Biology in the lab and field. His interdisciplinary research explores wonder in science education, poetic inquiry, outdoor education, and arts-based learning across the curriculum. Find Lee reflecting in the forest, mesmerized by ferns, and always following the river.

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Explore more of Lee's world at www.leebeavington.com
LinkedIn: Lee Beavington
Twitter: Lee Beavington
SFU Student Profile: Lee Beavington

 

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