HUDSON VALLEY SCIENCE CAFÉ, Glenn Geher on Evolution, Altruism, and the Advent of Positive Evolutionary Psychology

A Science Cafe is a monthly gathering in a Cafe, Pub or Restaurant, open to the public, with a short presentation of a topic followed by discussion. We will meet on the 4th Wednesday from April through November, except where indicated. The essence of a Science Cafe is informality, with groups seated around tables with food and drink to encourage conversation.  
Wednesday, November 29th (Fifth Wednesday), 7:15 PM
Topic: Evolution, Altruism, and the Advent of Positive Evolutionary Psychology
Presenter: Glenn Geher, Ph.D. Professor of Psychology and Founding Director of Evolutionary Studies, SUNY New Paltz
MEETING SITE: La Casa Vicina, 1015 Little Britain Road, New Windsor, NY 12553.   Please arrive around 6:00 if you want to order dinner.  We will have a special menu, and you can order until 6:45. No orders will be taken during the presentation.  Your $4.00 fee includes coffee or tea.
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Wednesday, October 25th, 7:15 PM
Genetically-modified food, Julianna LeMieux, PhD, Senior Fellow in Molecular Biology – American Council on Science and Health and Adjunct Instructor of ‘Science Forward’ at CUNY.
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Hudson Valley Science Café has received start-up funds from WGBH-NOVA and The American Chemical Society.