Public Science Lecture Series

Hosted by Aerospace, Physics and Space Sciences, the Public Lecture Series is an evening lecture on a topic of general interest in science. This year the lectures will be virtual and livestreamed on our YouTube channel.

In lieu of the telescopes "hors d'oeuvres" that follow our public talks, the Student Astronomical Society, Students for the Exploration and Development of Space and the Astrobiological Research and Education Society have put together a virtual space where you can learn more and interact live with club members. This more informal setting but allows for more interaction. Please join us here after the talk at the for this interactive virtual experience.



Lectures are typically held 4th Friday of each month during the academic year starting at 8pm ET. 

Fall 2021

August 27th, Dr. Manasvi Lingam, Florida Institute of Technology

The emerging discipline of astrobiology

September 24th, Dr. Daniel Batcheldor, NASA Kennedy Space Center

The Lunar South Pole Environment

October 22nd,  Dr. Darby Proctor, Florida Institute of Technology

Spider Monkeys at the Zoo
Spring 2022

January 28th, Dr. Catherine Neish, University of Western Ontario

The Dragonfly Mission To Titan

February 25th, Dr. Daniel Whiteson, UC Irvine

The Tiniest Mysteries in the Universe

March 25th, Ms. Cindy Roberts, Former Staff Biologist, Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium

The Secret Side of Zookeeping

April 22nd, Dr. Michelle Thaller, Goddard Space Flight Center


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