Insights to understanding how our planet’s systems would function in a high-CO2 environment are found in geologic records of warm periods and major climate transitions from Earth’s past.
Second Saturday Conversation with artist and scientist, Stephanie Nowotarski.
Concussions affect athletes of all ages and occur in a wide range of sports from soccer and football to bicycling and basketball. With the popularity of sports at an all-time high, recent scientific research has focused on identifying concussions, creating return-to-play protocols, and inventing hi-tech equipment to prevent brain injuries.
In this presentation, moderator Steve Kraske will lead a discussion and audience Q&A session with a panel of experts on a variety of concussion-related topics. This is a must-attend event for parents, young athletes, coaches, trainers, and school administrators.
Join Jason Dean and Amelia Nelson from 11:00 a.m. to noon for a gallery talk on their exhibition, Gifts of the Nile. The exhibition galleries and the William N. Deramus III Cosmology Theater will be open 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
People have been traveling to Egypt for millennia, but the “Golden Age” of tourism for Westerners began in the mid-19th century. Because many of the travelers were men, we focus much more on them than on women who took holidays on the Nile. Their experience was different than that of their male counterparts.
In this talk, Kathleen Sheppard, Associate Professor in the History and Political Science Department at Missouri S&T, will focus on many of these women and their experiences traveling to Egypt. When should they go? Who should they travel with? What could they do and see? What could they expect to find? And the evergreen question: What should they pack? Join us for an adventure up and down the Nile during the Golden Age of travel.