The University of Indianapolis is proud to welcome Dr. Amanda Vincent, the 2021 Indianapolis Prize Winner, to campus for a special presentation entitled Saving Seahorses to Save the Seas on Tuesday, September 28, at noon.
The world’s quirky and iconic seahorses have quite a tale to tell. They face enormous conservation challenges and inspire solutions that matter globally. Hear how Dr. Vincent’s combination of determination and hope is saving not only these iconic sea creatures but also our world’s oceans.
Saving Seahorses to Save the Seas
Dr. Amanda Vincent
2021 Indianapolis Prize Winner
Tuesday, September 28
12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center
LP Credit available.
About the Indianapolis Prize:
The Indianapolis Prize is the world’s leading award for animal conservation. Every other year, the Indianapolis Prize recognizes animal conservationists whose heroic work has helped save vulnerable and endangered species from extinction. The Indianapolis Prize winner receives $250,000, and five finalists are each awarded $10,000. Since 2006, the
Indianapolis Prize has administered more than $1.3 million in unrestricted cash awards to support the work and livelihoods of animal conservationists around the world. The Indianapolis Prize is administered by the Indianapolis Zoological Society, Inc.