A Science Café brings the community together with a UA scientist in a casual setting. You'll learn about the latest research, get to know the people doing science and have the opportunity to ask lots of questions. Join the conversation!
This new Science Café series at Borderlands Brewing Company in downtown Tucson will feature young researchers from the Carson Scholars program at the UA Institute of the Environment. The Carson Scholars are graduate students who focus on environmentally related science and work to communicate their science to the public. The name comes from Rachel Carson, the marine biologist who wrote the 1962 book "Silent Spring" that sparked the environmental movement in the United States.
The speaker will be Rodrigo Renteria. The title of this talk is "The Shadow on the Mountain: the Seri people and Bighorn Sheep Hunting on Tiburon Island."