Café Scientifique is an off-campus community event that allows local researchers to informally discuss their work. It is designed to engage the community on the understanding of science. Community members are encouraged to ask questions and contribute to the conversation.
Café Scientifque allows undergraduate students and faculty to present their research in a non-academic setting. This is an opportunity for students to participate in the management, promotion and community outreach on the research taking place at the University of Minnesota, Morris.
Previous Speakers Include
- Michael Ceballos, Ph.D., Former Assistant Professor of Biology at Morris
- Abdullah Jaradat, Ph.D., Research Agronomist, USDA-ARS Soils Lab
- Sylke Boyd, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physics
- Matt Thom, Ph.D., Research Entomologist, USDA-ARS Soils Lab
- Nancy Carpenter, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry
- Pieranna Garavaso, Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy
- Rachel Johnson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biology
- Zack Mensinger, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry
- Peter Wyckoff, Ph.D. — Assistant Professor of Biology
- Heather Waye, Ph.D. — Assistant Professor of Biology
- Carrie Eberle, Ph.D.—Research Agronomist Post-Doc at the North Central Soil Conservation Research Lab
- Brad Heins, Ph.D.— Assistant Professor of Organic Dairy Management at the University of Minnesota's West Central Research and Outreach Center
- Stephen Burks, Ph.D.—Associate Professor of Ecomonics and Management