Evening @ Skidaway 2021



The Evening @ Skidaway programs are UGA Skidaway Institute’s monthly public lecture series. All the programs will be presented virtually until COVID-19 restrictions are lifted enough to allow a return to in-person presentations. To join any program, RSVP to mike.sullivan@skio.uga.edu. You will be sent a link to access the presentation. All programs are free of charge. 

Tuesday, March 9 – Natalie Cohen – “What’s so hot about hydrothermal vents?”

Tuesday, March 23 — Chris Marsay, “Four months in the ice: Arctic science during a pandemic”

Tuesday, April 13 – Dan Ohnemus, “A Look at Climate Mitigation Solutions: Ideas for the Century Ahead”

Tuesday, May 18 – Adam Greer, “The Secret Life of Ocean Critters”

Tuesday, June 8 – Clifton Buck, “Is it the Sun? Skepticism and Myth Making in Climate Science”

Tuesday, July 13 – Catherine Edwards, “Alexa, Map Fish Habitats! Artificial Intelligence For Robotic Fisheries Management”

Tuesday, August 10 – Open Lab Night, Labs TBA

Tuesday, September 14 – Clark Alexander, “I’m all shook up – earthquakes and tsunamis”

Tuesday, October 12 – Marc Frischer, “Climate Change and Shrimp Black Gill – Is There A Connection?”

Tuesday, November 9 – Jay Brandes, “The Ocean’s Plastic Problem – A Very 21st Century Pollutant”

For additional information, contact Michael Sullivan at (912) 598-2325.

 


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