Royal Roads will be making a ‘major announcement’ in connection to the COVID-19 pandemic on Monday, April 27. (Contributed by Royal Roads University)

Royal Roads University set to make major announcement regarding COVID-19 pandemic on Monday

Complexity researcher Dr. Thomas Homer Dixon to lead discussion

Royal Roads University is set to make a major announcement related to the COVID-19 pandemic on Monday, April 27.

Complexity science professor Thomas Homer-Dixon will address the current pandemic and share how it could potentially lead to a tipping point for humanity’s collective values, institutions and technologies – one that could put the world on a better path to the future.

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