Science
and
Philosophy
Seminar

 Fall 2022 / Spring 2023                                                                                                       

Oct. 14 -  Art Fournier:  The Telehealth Revolution and COVID-19

Oct. 21 -  Dave Drummond:  The Gold Ship(Wreck) of 1851

Oct. 28 - Joe Chaddic:  From Bootlegger to Diplomat;  40 Years in the Foreign Service.

Nov. 4 -  Sandy & Ken Schultz: Hurricane Ian - An (Almost) First-Hand Experience

Nov. 11 -  Terry Malarkey:  On the Home Front;  WWII and a London Suburb.

Dec. 2 -  Ed Murdy:  The Galapagos Islands - A stark, lovely, inhospitable and welcoming evolution laboratory 

Dec. 9 - Josh Hall:  Last Man on the Moon

Jan. 13 - Catherine Kehrig:  The Art of Ancient Egypt.

Jan. 20 -

Jan. 27 - John Durmick:  A Brief History of Industrial Food;  Part 1, Origins

Feb. 10 - Dave Drummond:  Isambard Kingdom Brunel

Feb. 17 - John Durmick:  A Brief History of Industrial Food; Part 2, Our Fossil-Fueled Food System

Feb. 24

Mar. 3- John Durmick:  A Brief History of Industrial Food; Part 3, The Future

Mar. 10

Mar. 17

Mar. 31

Apr. 7

Apr. 14

Apr. 21

Apr. 28

May 5

May. 12

May. 19
                                                                  

All SciPhi Seminars begin at 9:30 am on Fridays and run until 11:00 am, unless otherwise noted. Seminars are occasionally rescheduled or postponed on short notice. Prospective attendees are encouraged to check this web-site shortly before a scheduled seminar. ‚Äč