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Take a Journey in Science Talks: Start Here

"Take a Journey in Science" is an annual event during February and March hosted by Rodgers Library for Science and Engineering. They are short talks on high-interest topics in science presented by UA faculty.

Contact:

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Mangala Krishnamurthy
Contact:
Mangala Krishnamurthy

Reference Librarian/Associate Professor

Rodgers Science and Engineering Library

The University of Alabama

P.O.Box 870266

Tuscaloosa, AL 35487

Phone: 205-348-2109

Skype: mkrishna3
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Journey in Science 2019 series

Take a Journey in Science


What:  A series of lightning talks on high-interest topics in science/Medicine/Nursing that shape our understanding of the world.  

Who:  Presentations by preeminent UA STEM faculty

When:  During the month of February and March 2019

Where:  Rodgers Library for Science and Engineering (1st floor outside Nightingale Room)

Audience: All UA students. Faculty & Staff welcome too. 

How long:  10 minutes presentation + 5 minutes for Q&A

Sponsor:  Rodgers Library for Science and Engineering

Schedule of Presentations

Speaker

Title of Talk

Day/Date/Time

Prof. David Keellings

College of Arts & Sciences, Geography

Climate Change and Extreme Weather

Tuesday, Feb 12, 11:00 -11:15 am

Prof. Frances Hardin-Fanning

College of Nursing

The Precede-Proceed Model in Community Research

Tuesday, Feb 26, 11:00 -11:15 am

Prof. Wanyun "Abby" Shao

College of Arts & Sciences, Geography

Weather, Climate, Politics, or God – What determines American opinions toward climate change?

Thursday, March 07, 3:00-3:15 pm

                                                              Join the fun and learn about science with light refreshments

Contact: Mangala Krishnamurthy at 205-348-2109/  mkrishna@ua.edu , Rodgers Library for Science and Engineering. 

 

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