Quack Chats

Sep2
Run with a ResearcherSep 2
9:00 a.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU)
Sep6
Ideas On TapSep 6
6:00 p.m.
Sprout! Regional Food Hub
Sep20
How Fossils Foretell Our Climate FutureSep 20
6:00 p.m.
Eugene Public Library
Oct11
Fossils as Guides to ConservationOct 11
3:00 p.m.
Museum of Natural and Cultural History
Image shows a baby looking at something with its mother
January 20

Quack Chats to explore what babies see in everyday life

Psychology professor Caitlin Fausey will describe three discoveries from her UO Learning Lab
Computer screen showing the word 'charity'
January 6

Quack Chats to explore the psychology of giving Jan. 11

Ulrich Mayr and Bill Harbaugh will discuss their research on charity
Scene of the lower Colorado River valley with Quack Chats logo on top
December 1

Run with a researcher, discuss the Colorado River or talk beer

Quack Chats' lineup includes pub talks on river formation and the future of craft beer
Ken Prehoda in his lab
November 16

Op-ed looks at Knight Campus' potential benefit to science

Ken Prehoda, who will give the talk, also penned an essay in The Register-Guard
Quack Chats Pub Talk
November 8

Evolution is on tap for Quack Chats on Nov. 16 in the EMU

Biochemist Ken Prehoda will discuss how a mutation changed life on Earth
President Michael H. Schill at the announcement of the Phil and Penny Knight Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact
October 19

Public sessions planned at UO about Knight Campus

The campus community is invited to learn more about the new science research initiative
Angela Joya, Department of International Studies
October 13

Public invited: Pub talk Oct. 19 at EMU will focus on Middle East

International Studies researcher Angela Joya will provide an overview and answer questions at informal gathering at Falling Sky
Runners on a trail near campus
September 27

Faculty, staff needed to lead Run With a Researcher jogs

The runs debuted during the Olympic Trials and were a big success
Runners at the UO
September 26

Run With a Researcher returns to campus each month

Popular during the Olympic Trials, the runs are being revived as a monthly campus feature
Runners at the UO
July 5

Runners flock to campus for a chance to run with a researcher

As many as 70 people have shown up for the morning runs with UO faculty members

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