Public Lecture Series and Viewing Nights

A variety of lecture series are held across disciplines in the School of Science and Technology. Lecture series are open to the SSU campus and members of the community during the academic year.

2020-2021 Lecture Series

For Fall 2020 and Spring 2021, all lecture series are occurring remotely.  Please check individual series pages (which you can access by clicking the Department Name) for more information and access.

Biology Colloquium

Student looks at a turtle hatchling under a camera

Presentations by visiting scholars, departmental faculty, and master’s degree candidates on current research and contemporary issues in biology.

Tuesdays
12:05 - 12:55pm
Darwin 103

 

Computer Science Colloquium

Computer science professor sits next to two students

Lectures by distinguished members of the computer science community on cutting-edge topics.

Thursdays
12:05 pm
Darwin 103

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Engineering Lecture Series

Engineering science faculty points to a piece of paper held by a student

High-level talks on a wide range of engineering topics and technology trends.

Every other Thursday
4:30 pm
Salazar 2009A

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Friday Tech Talk

An engineering student holds a VR website

A broad range of engineering topics from basic concepts to cutting-edge trends are presented by experts and include hands-on demos and discussions.

Fridays
12:00 pm
Salazar 2009A

 

Geology Lecture Series

Geology professor slings a sledgehammer over their shoulder with trees and snowy mountains in the background

Talks by academics and industry professionals on rocks, fossils, hydrology, the Earth and other geologic topics.

Check website for dates
12:00 pm
Darwin 128

 

M*A*T*H Colloquium

Three math students write with chalk on a chalkboard

A diverse range of mathematical topics, principles, and ideas presented by mathematicians and statisticians.

Wednesdays
4:00 pm
Darwin 103

 

What Physicists Do

Physics professor holds a 3D model

A series of lectures, demonstrations, and films by outstanding scientists and engineers on topics pertaining to physics and astronomy.

Mondays
4:00pm
Darwin 103
Coffee at 3:30px

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Observatory Viewing Nights

SSU Observatory with its roof open at dusk

Everyone is invited to view the skies through the telescopes of the SSU Observatory at these monthly events.

Check the Observatory's website for dates and times