“Blue Carbon: What Could it Mean for Conserving California’s Wetlands?” with Jason Keller, Ph.D. Open to the public and all ages, Science on Tap is a series of casual moderated discussions featuring experts who explore the intersection of science and culture.
During Earth Week 2018, we’ll be joined by Chapman professor of biological sciences, head of the environmental science and policy program Jason Keller, Ph.D.
This will be our final Science on Tap event for the 2017-18 season.
ChapmanU Science on Tap is for science lovers (and novices) in the community who want to enjoy good beverages, good food and fascinating conversation. Join us! We’ll be gathering at one of our favorite spots: Provisions Market in Old Towne Orange.
Tue. 09/12/17 @ 6p
“Mercury, Arsenic and You: The environmental legacy of California’s Gold Rush” with Chris Kim, Ph.D.
Tue. 10/03/17 @ 6p
“Creativity and Science” with artist Lia Halloran
Tue. 11/07/17 @ 6p
“A Million War Letters: Using Digital Humanities to understand war” with Jana Remy, Ph.D.
Mon. 01/22/18 @ 6p
with Laura Glynn, Ph.D.
Mon. 02/26/18 @ 6p
with Lucy Labruzzo, SVP of Energy Infrastructure at Cordoba Corporation
Mon. 03/12/18 @ 6p
“Analytics and March Madness: Where modeling makes a difference in sports” with Ken Murphy, Ph.D.
Mon. 04/16/18 @ 6p
“Blue Carbon: What Could it Mean for Conserving California’s Wetlands?” with Jason Keller, Ph.D.