NEXT, Wallace Broecker, Earthstock Plenary Lecture, April 19
What Ate the Dinosaurs?: The Evolution of Crocodile Jaws, PAUL GIGNAC , Department of Anatomical Sciences, Stony Brook University
ESS Lecture Theater, 7:30 P.M.
October 19 Frank Turano, SBU Research Professor and Filmmaker, presents his new movie, "Greetings from Fire Island", a Natural and Cultural History.
see review in Huffington Post
Bradley Peterson, School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences. "Silent Seagrass: The Global Crisis of Loss of Seagrass Beds"
February 15, Darwin Day Distinguished Lecture, John J. Shea, Prof. of Anthropology, on "Myths of 'Modern' Human Origins: New Perspective from Africa's Oldest Humans" , 7:30 P.M. ESS 001
March 15, Andreas Koenig, Professor of Anthropology on "Primate social diversity: why often one male is not enough"
April 19, Earthstock Plenary Lecture to be presented by Distinguished Marine Chemist Wallace Broecker,"Grandfather of Climate Science",7:30 P.M., Title of Lecture is: "The CO2 Emergency"
Our colleagues in the Science Open Nights Consortium have exciting lecture series in other areas of science and environment:
Astronomy Open Nights
Geology Open Nights
The Worlds of Physics
Unless otherwise noted, all events are in the Earth and Space Sciences Lecture Hall. You can park for free in the parking lots on the west side of the ESS building. Campus map is here (ESS is in C5)