S.T. Lee Lecture in Antarctic Studies

The S.T Lee Lecture in Antarctic Studies is held annually and is designed to recognise and bolster the University's strong contribution to Antarctic research.

The S.T. Lee Lecture in Antarctic Studies was established by Singaporean philanthropist Lee Seng Tee. This high-profile lecture series, held annually, is designed to recognise and bolster the University's strong contribution to Antarctic research. The series includes the following lectures:

16 Oct 2017 — Prof. Matt King

14 Feb 2017 — Prof. Eric Rignot

(postponed from 18 Oct 2016)

15 Sep 2015 — Dr Steve Rintoul

3 Sep 2014 — Prof. Robert DeConto

15 Aug 2013 — Prof. Jane Francis

27 Sep 2012 — Prof. Qin Dahe

8 Sep 2011 — Prof. Steven Chown

19 May 2010 — Dr Robert Bindschadler

15 May 2009 — Prof. George Denton

20 May 2008 — Prof. Richard Alley

26 Mar 2007 — Prof. Paul Mayewski

20 Jul 2006 — Prof. Martin Siegert

16 Jun 2005 — Prof. David Sugden

12 Aug 2004 — Prof. James Kennett

8 Aug 2003 — Prof. Robert Dunbar