Have you ever wondered about the love lives of crickets? The drinking habits of coconut trees? Plant sunscreen or wolf-livestock interactions in Washington state? Check out PCEI’s monthly Science After Hours event to learn about all the things you never knew you wanted to know. And it’s always FREE!
Primarily for adults and teens- and anyone with a curious mind. This series aims to provide the community with innovative perspectives on our natural world. Presenters are researchers from Washington State University, University of Idaho, other nearby Universities, and local organizations or agencies with something to share.
Attend a Science After Hours on the first Thursday of each month during the academic year (September-May). We keep the series fresh and casual by rotating through different, informal venues. Stay up to date on details through our Events calendar and our Facebook page.
Because science shouldn’t be reserved just for the lecture hall or the academic community; it is for anyone who has a desire to learn more about the world. Albert Einstein once said, “Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is to not stop questioning.” So let’s hear about the questions of others and ask some of our own!
If you are interested in participating in or hosting a Science After Hours, contact Heather Huston Bell, Program Manager and Frankie Curet, Assistant Program Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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