|July 27, 2017||
Time: 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Location: Red Clay Brewing Company, 704 N. Railroad Ave., Opelika
The College of Sciences and Mathematics’ Office of Outreach will host a Science Pub at Red Clay Brewing Company in Opelika. Science Pub is a bi-monthly, family friendly outreach event that provides an opportunity for the community to discuss scientific topics with an Auburn University scientist. The Science Pub will take place on Thursday, July 27, from 6:30–7:30 p.m., and will feature Charles Savrda, professor in the Department of Geosciences. Savrda’s talk is titled, “Trace Fossils: Dino Tracks, Trilobite Trails, and Worm Burrows.” No scientific background is required to participate, all ages are welcome, and no question is too silly to ask. There is no cost to attend the Science Pub, but please note, proceeds from the purchase of each pint of Drymarchon Berliner Weisse, a drink featured at Red Clay, will benefit the Auburn University Museum of Natural History’s Alabama Natural Heritage Program and their efforts to conserve rare species in Alabama, such as the Eastern indigo snake. Sodas and pizza will also be available for purchase at the Science Pub. For more information, contact Josh King at 334-734-1182, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or go to this link: www.auburn.edu/academic/cosam/departments/outreach/programs/science_cafe/.