Catalyst kicks off 2018 by delving into information security and surveillance ...
Mobile Phone and Internet Security. Tuesday, March 27, 7pm, The Rees Hotel Queenstown. We take for granted every day that we are safe from security risks with our ubiquitous mobile phone because we’re protected by standards, statutes and privacy laws. We are mistaken, says ICT professional and former CIA operative Dr Henry Wolfe. How are we being watched? Find out about the risks and how to mitigate them. $5 koha. Register at email@example.com. More info here.
Save these dates - more info coming soon on our website and Facebook page ...
April 11 - A first for Queenstown (we think)! Hear from an out-of-this-world, truly astronomical visitor who will share his experiences and insights at this evening talk.
May 16, 7pm, The Rees Hotel Queenstown - AF8 Project science leader Dr Caroline Orchiston brings the latest knowledge on the Alpine Fault that forms the spine of Queenstown Lakes, the impacts a Richter 8 level quake would have on our community, and how we can best prepare - at a personal and political level - for this inevitable happening.
If you enjoy what we do, why not help us out?
We are looking to share the love and the load! The Catalyst team is currently a bit thin on the ground. We'd love your help with organising an event or two. We can support you with an experienced buddy and a tried-and-true process. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Finally, talks hosted by our friends ...
U3A's lecture schedule for March has a health theme - find more info here. And on Monday 12 March at 10am, The Neurological Foundation and U3A celebrates Brain Week with a talk by Dr Andrew Clarkson. Repairing the Brain After Stroke will cover the wonders of neuroprotection, regeneration and repair mechanisms to improve recovery of function following a stroke and the hope for patients on the horizon - find more info here.
Keep an eye on our website and like our Facebook page to stay informed!