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Origins Activities!

For Origins Sciences Majors and Other Interested Students!

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Dinner & Lecture on “Mars, Meteorites and Microbes: the Search for Life Outside the Earth.”
Weds July 12
6pm
Join Dr Ralph Harvey and other Origins faculty for dinner at the Happy Dog at Euclid Tavern and stay to hear Dr Harvey speak on astrobiology!
6-7 dinner & discussion
7-8 lecture followed by Q&A
Feel free to bring friends!

Dinner & Lecture on  Illusion vs. Reality
Thurs July 20
6pm
Join Matthew Young and Origins faculty for dinner at the Happy Dog at Euclid Tavern and stay to hear him speak on Science & Art: Illusion vs. Reality!
6-7 dinner & discussion
7-8 lecture followed by Q&A

Feel free to bring friends!
Matthew Young “Illusion vs. Reality”
Revolutionary theories of Physics from Ptolemy to Einstein have changed humanity’s perception of the universe. This lecture juxtaposes Physics’ revolutionary theories with their counterparts, revolutionary concepts in Art. Parallel visions of illusion and reality from these two disparate fields provide a frame of reference, which makes the complex theories of Physics accessible and relevant.

 

 

 

Dinner & a Movie?
Fri July 28
6pm
Movie: “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power”
Opening day for the sequel to the famous climate change film “An Inconvenient Truth.”
Meet at the Cedar Lee Theater at 6 for pizza & pre-movie program and to collect your ticket, movie starts promptly at 7pm

Note: Free student tickets are limited (please RSVP asap to evolution@case.edu), but attending the movie by self-paying is not limited except by the number of seats in the theater, which is open to the public.

 

Science Slam!!!
Mon Aug 28
5:30pm
Free Food & Prizes while listening to famous professors try to fit their lives’ work into a 5-min slam talk!
5:30-7:30
Feel free to bring friends!
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