Reunited with Integration and Application Network alumni in Canada

Bill Dennison ·
25 May 2010
Science Communication | 

One of the great joys in working in a collaborative team is the relationships formed with team members. Even when individuals go elsewhere to pursue their careers, it is very satisfying to watch them grow and develop professionally. The recent visit to the Lake Simcoe Conservation Authority in Ontario, Canada to teach a Science Communication course provided an opportunity for two current Integration and Application Network staff, Bill Dennison and Caroline Wicks and two former IAN staff, Ben Longstaff and Emily Nauman to work together.

Following the theme of being reunited, the words to a 1970s song, "Reunited" by Peaches and Herb, were reworked to produce a song with a four part harmony entitled "Reunited in O Canada":

Ben and Emily
Ben Longstaff and Emily Nauman at the science communication course.

Emily Nauman
Emily Nauman at the course in Toronto.

Ben Longstaff
Ben Longstaff at the Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority.

Caroline Wicks
Caroline Wicks

Bill Dennison
Bill Dennison

Emily, Bill, Caroline, Ben
Emily, Bill, Caroline, and Ben reunited in Canada.

About the author

Bill Dennison

Dr. Bill Dennison is a Professor of Marine Science and Vice President for Science Application at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science (UMCES). Dr. Dennison’s primary mission within UMCES is to coordinate the Integration and Application Network.

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