Speaking Science 2.0

We will be going back on the road this fall–our calendar has in fact filled up quite quickly. So we’re pleased to announce the following confirmed events this September through November, with as many details as are currently available. Stops include Minneapolis, New York, Washington, D.C., and Seattle; note in particular the second Sept. 28 event where we’ll be on a panel with Greg Laden, which we’re hoping PZ Myers will also join as this is kinda his stomping grounds:

Friday, September 28

3:15 pm

Annual Meeting–Association of Reproductive Health Professionals

Hilton Minneapolis

Minneapolis, MN

Friday, September 28
Panel Discussion***: Speaking Science 2.0: New directions in science communication
7:30p.m.
Bell Museum Auditorium
University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, MN

Tuesday, October 2
6:30 PM
George Washington University–Mt Vernon Campus
Foxhall Rd., NW
More details TBA

Friday, October 5

7:00 pm

Sponsored by the Forum on Science, Ethics, and Policy (FOSEP)

Pacific Science Center’s Eames IMAX Theater

Seattle, WA

Wednesday, October 24

6:30 pm

General Society of Mechanics & Tradesmen, 20 W. 44th St.

New York, NY

Event sponsored by Center for Inquiry-New York

Tuesday, November 27

Time and Location TBA

National Academy of Sciences

Washington, D.C.

(*** Featuring Mooney, Nisbet, University of Minnesota anthropologist Greg Laden, and moderator Jessica Marshall, a U of M science journalism professor. A reception in Dinkytown will follow the event. Co-sponsored by the Bell Museum of Natural History; Seed Magazine/ScienceBlogs; The Humphrey Institute’s Center for Science, Technology and Public Policy; and the Minnesota Journalism Center. See bellmuseum.org for reservation details and further information.)