In his lecture “Science as a Way of Knowing,” Dr. Tyson makes the case for the scientific process (hypothesis, theory, test, conclusion) as a way to make discover elusive answers to questions large and small.
Sponsored by the registered student organization Center for Inquiry at Grand Valley. Co-sponsors: Physics Club, Spotlight Productions, Office of Student Life, Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarship, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Frederick Meijer Honors College and Center for Inquiry Michigan.
This will be a free ticketed event for campus and the community.
Update 11/1/13 3:30pm:
TICKETS FOR THIS EVENT ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE.
Parking Information for Off Campus Guests
Parking has been made available in parking lots C, C west F and G. for this event. Parking enforcement will be suspended in those lots starting at 5:30pm.
Buses: Please unload at the Fieldhouse Circle drive and park in Lot H.
For directions or a map of the Allendale Campus, please visit http://gvsu.edu/maps.htm.
Please note the revised time for the lecture is 7pm (updated 10/9/13).
Doors will open at 6:30p.m.
Please enter the Fieldhouse doors located at the Circle Drive (other entrances will not be accessible).
Please contact Leah Twilley (News and Information) regarding the details for the media spot.
Will call tickets will be available starting at 6:00p.m. in the Fieldhouse doors located at the circle drive (inside near the trophy cases).
For more information, contact the Office of Student Life at (616) 331-2345 or email@example.com.