Mark D. Gould Memorial Lecture Series

The RINHS Lecture Series on Rhode Island’s Fauna, Flora, Geology, and Ecosystems was begun in 1995 to provide science education to professionals and the Rhode Island public. Four lectures are given each year. In July 1999, the lecture series was named in memory of Mark D. Gould, an ecologist at Roger Williams University and a founding board member of the Survey.

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Lectures are held at various sites at URI and at other venues around the state.

Finding your way around URI can be confusing so we created this Google Map showing all the lecture halls we use regularly. Just find the name of the hall you’re looking for and zoom in on the map to see where you’re going. Google Map of RINHS places at URI

Upcoming Gould Lectures

Past Mark Gould Lectures