Programs & Events

Science Cafe (ages 21+)

Science Cafe at Morrill Hall

Science Cafe is a casual, educational and entertaining series presented by Morrill Hall in collaboration with local craft beer bar, The Happy Raven.

On the fourth Tuesday of each month from 6:30-8:00 p.m., attendees can hear from scientists, ask questions and offer opinions in this informal setting. 

The monthly event is free admission.  Food is available for purchase from FlyDogz and a cash bar is available for ages 21+. Event held at The Happy Raven - 122 N 11th St., Lincoln, Nebraska

Upcoming Events:

February 25, 2020
Food for Thought: Archeological Tales about Farming on the Plains
with Dr. Adam Wiewel, Archeologist at the National Park Service Midwest Archeological Center

How long have farmers lived on the Plains? How much food could farmers on the Plains produce in the 15th century? What does agricultural production tell us about other aspects of Native life?

Dr. Adam Wiewel is an archeologist who specializes in remote sensing applications and works for the Midwest Archeological Center, an office of the National Park Service. He will speak about what geophysics and traditional "dirt" archeology can tell us about agricultural production in a fifteenth-century village on the Missouri River.