With apologies for cross-posting:

The next Information Management Public Lecture recognizes the 150th
anniversary of the Nova Scotian Institute of Science, which was established
in 1862. Dr. Suzanne Zeller, noted historian of Canadian science, will
deliver the lecture. All members of the public are invited to attend.

Title:                The Natural History of a Sustainable Institution: The
Nova Scotian Institute of (Natural) Science since 1862
Speaker:          Dr. Suzanne Zeller, Professor of History, Wilfrid Laurier
Date & Time: Wednesday, 21 November 2012, 7:30 pm
Location:         Potter Auditorium, Rowe Building, 6100 University Ave.,
Abstract:         The 150th anniversary of the Nova Scotian Institute of
Science offers an opportunity to consider its timely foundation, subsequent
achievements, and remarkable longevity. Its history illuminates an interplay
between responsiveness to broader cultural trends and persistent dedication
to the importance of modernity in a particular place.

Note: The Potter Auditorium is located in the Rowe Management Building at
Dalhousie University, at the corner of University Avenue and Henry Street.

This lecture is co-sponsored by the Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society,
the Nova Scotian Institute of Science, the School of Information Management
at Dalhousie University, the Atlantic Node of the Situating Science Research
Cluster, and the History of Science and Technology Programme at the
University of King's College