Please join us next Tuesday, 7 PM, at the Alamo Theater for Children of Men, for our next Climate Cinema event. This thrilling movie stars Clive Oven, Julianne Moore and Michael Caine. It is about our future, only 9 years from now, in 2027, when somehow all women became infertile, except one. She must be brought to a sanctuary, but the journey is fraught with peril. Humans are facing extinction and she may be our only hope.
The movie will be followed by a short informal discussion to bring together members of our community with TTU faculty.
Climate Cinema has replaced Science By The Glass events for now. Movies are shown at the Alamo Draft House. Last semester we featured: The Martian, Between Earth and Sky, and Twister.
Watch Science By the Glass Presentations from spring 2015 until 2017:
- May 2017 SBTG: Dr. Chuck West: "Water Footprints in High Plains Agriculture"
- April 2017 SBTG: Dr. Natasja van Gestel: "Tails from Antarctica: Effects of Warming on Antarctic Life"
- February 2017 SBTG : Melanie Tatum "Trash to Cash: Tech's Recycling Turns to Scholarships"
- December 2016 SBTG: Dr. Ken Baake "Oil-Is it still God's given gift?
- November 2016 SBTG: Dr. Steve Presley "It's Just a Bug Bite!"
- October 2016 SBTG: Political Science and Energy Policy Panel "Climate Change and the 2016 Election"
- September 2016 SBTG: Alexander Pearl "The (Next) Big Short: Our Water Crisis"
- May 2016 SBTG: Jennifer Vanos "Beating The Heat"
- April 2016 SBTG: Blake Grisham "Schrödinger's Chicken"
- March 2016 SBTG: Cristina Bradatan and Katharine Hayhoe "Syrian Refugee Crisis"
- February 2016 SBTG: Sarah and Clay Pope "The Climate Change Caucus"
- December 2015 SBTG: Robert Forbis "Political Fairy Tales"
- November 2015 SBTG: Jeff Lee "Headed for Another Dustbowl?"
- May 2015 SBTG: Dr. Katharine Hayhoe "I Don't Believe in Global Warming"