What Skulls tell us!

Date: June 11, 2015
Time: 4.30 - 6.00 pm

Location:

Department of Zoology, University of Tasmania
Churchill Avenue; SANDY BAY

Details:

Join Dr Ashley Edwards from the University of Tasmania in her natural habitat (the Zoology Department!!) and learn all about the science of skulls!

Come and check out Ashley’s skull collection and learn how to expertly distinguish species such as wombats, Tasmanian devils, bandicoots and possums.

Ashley has been a lecturer and researcher in the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Tasmania since 2003. Her interests range from the hormonal control of physiological processes, such as reproduction and moulting, in reptiles, to the ethical use of animals in learning and teaching in tertiary education.

This is a FREE event suitable for all ages. What a great opportunity to meet one of Tasmania’s finest Zoologists and get a taste for real science!

To reserve your spot please email: sustainability.learning.centre@education.tas.gov.au

Supported by Inspiring Australia and the Sustainability Learning Centre, Mt Nelson.

Event audience: Everyone