#13: Engage at Seattle Science Festival

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About this event:

Created by Jen Davison

200 2nd Ave North, Seattle, WA 98109

Each June, ScienceOnlineSeattle partners with the Seattle Science Festival to share and celebrate the tasty science and amazing community in our city!

Our 2013 kickoff event is June 10, highlighting The Best of UW Science Now 

UW Science Now is a partnership between Town Hall Seattle, and Engage: The Science Speaker Series. Based at University of Washington, Engage is an innovative graduate student course  that excels at training scientists to communicate their research to broader audiences. Each student caps their training by giving a public talk at Town Hall. Their work was featured in the Seattle Times this spring, and ScienceOnline is proud to support them by  live-streaming and live-tweeting this ‘best-of’ special event!

Jessica Rohde, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences: The history and purpose of Engage: The Science Speaker Series
Karl Lang, Department of Earth and Space Sciences: How to build a mountain range
Sara Bender, School of Oceanography: Exploring the appetites of hungry marine microbes
Jared Kofron, Department of Physics: The massive problem of the tiny neutrino

FEE: $7 general public, $5 Pacific Science Center members, $5 students (at the door with ID), $5 Town Hall members (at the door with ID)

LOCATION: Pacific Science Center’s PACCAR Theater, 200 2nd Avenue North.

AFTERPARTY: You know we’ll have one! We’re headed to T.S. McHugh’s

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SPONSORS:  This event is jointly sponsored by ScienceOnlineSeattle and these other fine organizations:

Seattle Science Festival
Pacific Science Center
Engage Science Speaker Series and Seminar
Town Hall Seattle


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