Category Archives: Off Campus Events

NYCSEF Volunteering Spring 2014

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On Sunday, March 2nd, board members of CU SEBS trekked up to City College at 137th Street to partake in the excitement of the New York City Science and Engineering Fair for high school students as volunteers. From signing out judges, organizing and sorting through evaluation sheets, and occasionally perusing through the sea of rising, ambitious researchers, […]

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That’s a Relief! – SEBS Helps Out with Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts

After Dean Schollenberger’s email regarding the call to action for Hurricane Sandy relief, SEBS sprung into action and took on some volunteering. On Saturday, November 17, a group of dedicated SEBS members, led by one of our new OCMs Christa Shen, went down to Staten Island where we volunteered with the Food Bank for New […]

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The Secret Science Club

Every month, the Secret Science Club at Brooklyn’s Bell house welcomes the hippest science lovers in New York to its free events including music, drinks, films, and lectures. Previous talks have included everything from marine biology to mathematical sociology. The Secret Science club is only open to 21+ with ID. Click here to see their website, […]

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Free Bicycle Repair Classes

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Commuting by bicycle is an easy way to stay green in your daily life. The NYC environmental organizaion Time’s Up! offers free bicycle repair classes so you can keep your ride in working order. Follow the link below for more information! TIME’S UP! :: NYC Direct Action Environmental Organization – BIKE CO-OP.

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“Creatures of Light” Illuminated at ANHM

PUT YOUR GLOWSTICKS IN THE AIR…. This Saturday, the American Museum of Natural History will open their doors on ‘Creatures of Light’ (‘Creatures of Light’ at American Museum of Natural History – NYTimes.com.), an exhibit exploring the phenomenon of bioluminescence, in a series of simulations of fireflies, glowworms, jellyfish and other mesmerizing creatures.  Because, let’s […]

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“The Two Cultures” Face-off in Schermerhorn!!

Rethinking the Human Sciences – 57829 | Columbia University in the City of New York. Last year SEBS organized a Science vs. Humanities Panel (check it: http://www.youtube.com/user/jsgot06bora?feature=mhum#p/u ) examining the seeming and troubling divide between all you self-proclaimed “Non-math” and “Non-reading” people. Go watch some of Columbia’s greatest professors tackle the issue in this full-day conference.  Here’s the […]

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Feb. 26 event: New York Hall of Science – 3D Theater Presentation: Wild Oceans

Price: $6 adults; $5 children, students & seniors, plus NYSCI admission. (NYSCI Premium, Family Plus, Extended Family and Donor Members: $5 adults, $4 children Phone: (718) 699-0005 Age Suitability: Kids and up Dive underwater and view one of nature’s greatest migration spectacles in this digital 3D adventure. Filmed off the coast of South Africa, this 20-minute film explores […]

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Crossroads of Art and Neuro: RUBIN MUSEUM of ART: “Brainwave 2012″

JUST TRIAL AND ERROR // Official Trailer 3′ // JMT Films Distribution – YouTube. Hey All, The Rubin Museum of Art has an amazing series this year called Brainwave 2012, a variety of lectures and film screenings that invites us (if we dare!) to examine perception, consciousness and memory.  Tonight, (although SOLD OUT unless you […]

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NYAS Panel on Dual Use Research

The New York Academy of Sciences will be hosting an event this Thusday, February 2, from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. A panel of scientists, publishers, and legal experts will discuss the controversy aroused by the recent recommendation by the US National Science Advisory Board for Biosecurity that certain methodological details be removed from studies published […]

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