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Science Café

Join us this winter to enjoy Raising Cane’s and hear from scientists and local community members. Science Café at Morrill Hall is a casual, educational, and entertaining monthly series for adults (21+) exploring a variety of science and natural history topics.

Museum Member, UNL Student/Faculty/Staff (ID required): $10.00
Non-Member: $15.00
Ticket includes:  One (1) drink ticket, three (3) Raising Cane’s chicken fingers, toast and Cane’s Sauce
(Vegetarian meal option available.)
Ticket sales end 10:00am day of program.
Must be age 21+ to attend. Cash bar available. Schedule subject to change.

Thursday, March 16 | 6:30-8:00pm
Talk Topic: From Nebraska to the Galapagos - New Discoveries by UNSM Researchers
with Museum curators Dr. Robert Zink and Dr. Scott Gardner

Meet curators Dr. Robert Zink and Dr. Scott Gardner as they discuss new discoveries in the Galapagos. The discussion will be led by museum curator Judy Diamond, former board member of the Charles Darwin Foundation. The curators will give a gallery talk in the Galapagos exhibit as part of this special event.
Thursday, April 20 | 6:30-8:00pm
Talk Topic: Could the People of the Great Plains Have Distinctive Character Traits?
with John Hibbing, Political Science Professor, UNL
*This event will be held at the Happy Raven, 122 N 11th St.

Is it possible that just be residing in the Great Plains, we have our own set of deep and distinct identities, values, philosophies, creeds, and personalities? UNL Political Science Professor John Hibbing explores how we might answer these questions and what it says about the Great Plains as a region. Hibbing studies how biological variations change the way people respond to politics and the environment.
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