Large Crowds Attend the Science Cafe

Science Café is designed to bring together UCF scientists with the community in a fun and casual environment.  Held in the Physical Sciences Building, the series highlights the exciting research currently being conducted in the College of Sciences.  Each month features a scientist from a different department in the college.


On February 26, the second talk in the Science Cafe spring series featured Dr. Tosha Dupras of the Anthropology Department with “Living on the Fringe: Bioarchaeological Investigations in the Dakhleh Oasis, Egypt”.  Over 100 people attended this event.  The attendees included other faculty members, staff, students as well as members of LIFE (Learning Institute for Elders).

The Science Cafe is proudly hosted by the Office of Research & Commercialization, Graduate Society of Physics Students, the Physics Department, and Environment Health & Safety.  Each event begins at 6:30 p.m., with a chance to network and enjoy wine and appetizers.

March will feature Dr. Deborah Beidel from the Psychology Department. Beidel will be speaking about post-traumatic stress disorder, what it is and what to do about it.  Join us in the Physical Sciences Building, Room 161 for this next event in the Science Café spring series..

We request you RSVP for Science Cafe events here.


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