science pub

Science and its related fields have an enormous impact on our lives and our future. Yet, for many of us, understanding their complexity, is a challenge. Hence, in the fall of 2016 AIL initiated a new program, “Science Pub”, to create an informal “conversation" on timely topics in the sciences with experts from a variety of fields. Open to the public and held in a social setting, it has proved very popular. Join us this fall in Galligan’s Pub at Lethbridge Lodge for the next series of “science Pubs”, another way to continue learning with AIL!

Each “Science Pub” will include a brief presentation at 6:00 p.m., followed by an informal Q & A session with presenters and participants alike. Folks can enjoy the social setting, food and drink (for purchase) and the company of fellow life-long learners interested in the sciences. Reservations, on a first-come-first-served basis, are required and can be made by contacting the AIL Event Registration Line, (603) 526-3434.

Science Pub Dates for 2019

November 14
Becoming an Avian Ecologist
Leonard R. Reitsma Ph.D., Professor of Zoology
Plymouth State University

December 12
The Unraveling of the Artic: Why it Matters to Us
Ross A. Virginia, Ph.D.
Myers Family Professor of Environmental Science and Director
Institute of Artic Studies, Dartmouth College