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TEDx -- The Human Narrative

Saturday February 14, 2015
Mershon Auditorium, 1871 North High Street
11:00am - 4:00pm


The theme of the 4th annual TEDxOhioStateUniversity event is "The Human Narrative." The event will have talks that will cover stories, ideas and topics that make up our collective story as human beings. This event is open to all. The tickets cost $10 for students and $20 for non-students.
Register here: tedx.osu.edu/registration
For a list of all 2015 speakers, visit tedx.osu.edu.


One of the speakers this year is CCAPP Director, John Beacom. Dr. Beacom is an internationally-known researcher in physics and astronomy, a popular teacher of introductory courses, and a leader in making scientific advances accessible to non-scientists. He is a Professor in the Ohio State Departments of Physics and Astronomy, as well as the Director of their joint Center for Cosmology and AstroParticle Physics (CCAPP).

His research focuses on neutrinos- almost massless and almost non-interacting particles that pervade the Universe and that can reveal hidden wonders. Such wonders include the core of the Sun, stars that implode, and black holes that are gobbling away (trillions of neutrinos passed invisibly through your eyes as you read that sentence). He has won both the Arts and Sciences Outstanding Teaching Award and the Ohio State Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching. He frequently makes or hosts presentations on science to audiences ranging from children to retirees. He commutes by bicycle year-round, does not own a cell phone, and claims to see neutrinos.


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Astronomy on Tap

Hosted by the OSU Department of Astronomy, each FREE event features accessible, engaging science presentations on topics ranging from planets to black holes to the beginning of the Universe. Presenters are from local research and educational institutions like AMNH, Columbia, CUNY, NYU, Princeton, Yale, and more.
Most events have games and prizes to test and reward your new-found knowledge. There is always lots of time to ask questions and interact with the presenters and other scientists who inevitably tag along for the beer.
This event takes place once a month at the Brothers Drake Meadery & Bar.


For more information about upcoming events, follow them on Twitter @astronomyontap, Facebook, or sign up for their email newsletter on their Website.

Rick Harrison, OSU Alumni Magazine

CCAPP Seminar

A weekly seminar, Tuesdays, 11:30 a.m. PRB 4138 (Seminar Schedule and Details)

 

Astro Coffee

10:30 daily 4054 McPherson (Astro Coffee Homepage)

 

Astroparticle Lunch

A weekly event, 12:30pm every Friday, PRB M2005 (Schedule)

 

Cosmology Lunch

A weekly event, 12:30pm every Thursday, PRB M2005

 

Physics Colloquium

A weekly event, Tuesdays, 4:00 p.m. PRB 1080 with reception at 3:45 p.m., PRB Atrium. Schedule

 

Astronomy Colloquium

Colloquia are held 3:30 p.m. every Thursday during normal academic quarter, 2015 McPherson Lab.
Coffee & refreshments at 3:00 p.m. in 4054 McPherson unless noted otherwise. Schedule

 

HEP/Astro Seminars

Weekly talks held Fridays, 3:30 p.m. 4138 PRB. Schedule

 

Annual Biard Lectures

CCAPP is proud to present the Annual R. Jack and Forest Lynn Biard Cosmology and Astrophysics Lecture, the annual series of public lectures which is supported by a generous gift from Captain Forrest R. Biard, U.S. Navy, Ret., a 1953 MS recipient from the Ohio State University. The Biard Lecture will form the cornerstone of CCAPP's outreach effort, bringing forefront research in cosmology and astrophysics to OSU's undergraduates, the University community, and the general public.

Read more and see upcoming lectures at CCAPP's Biard Lecture Page

Special Public Lectures

Learn about CCAPP's Special Public Lectures and upcoming lectures at CCAPP's Public Lectures Page

New Vistas in Astronomy Lecture Series

If you have ever looked up at the stars and marveled at the vastness and beauty of the Universe, then "New Vistas in Astronomy" is for you.
Since 1997, this mini-course in Astronomy given central Ohioan an opportunity to hear about a range of topics from the history of astronomy to the latest discoveries by astronomers, and to observe a variety of celestial objects with the 32-inch Schottland reflecting telescope. The lectures are presented by professors and researchers at the Ohio State University Department of Astronomy.
All lectures are on Thursday evenings at 8 p.m. at the Perkins Observatory near Delaware Ohio.

Admission is by subscription only.
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