Quack Chats

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Quack Chats

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Quack Chats are opportunities for people in the community to engage with UO faculty members. Guests are invited to attend pub talks or other speaking events on and off campus, or join a faculty member for a Run with a Researcher. All events are free.

Quack Chats Pub Talks

WHEN: 6:00 p.m.–7:00 p.m.
WHERE: Ax Billy Grill & Sports Bar at the Downtown Athletic Club, 999 Willamette Street, Eugene
COST: Free
CONTACT: For questions, contact uonews@uoregon.edu or 541-346-3314
PARKING: Validated parking is available at the city garage between the club and Oak Street

Whitney Wagoner, director of the UO’s Warsaw Sports Marketing Center, delivering a pub talk, Super Bowl unveiled: Behind the business of the big game

The audience at Whitney Wagoner's pub talk, Super Bowl unveiled: Behind the business of the big game

Whitney Wagoner, director of the UO’s Warsaw Sports Marketing Center, delivering a pub talk, Super Bowl unveiled: Behind the business of the big game

Upcoming Quack Chats Events

The Centralia Tragedy: 100 Years Later
Dec9
The Centralia Tragedy: 100 Years LaterDec 9
7:00 p.m.
Viking Braggot Southtowne Pub
Of mice and octopuses: Understanding how our brains work by studying animal vision
Dec11
Of mice and octopuses: Understanding how our...Dec 11
6:00 p.m.
Downtown Athletic Club, Ax Billy Grill
Quack Chats Pub Talk ‘Brain-Based Tips for Sticking to New Year’s Resolutions’
Jan8
Quack Chats Pub Talk ‘Brain-Based Tips for...Jan 8
6:00 p.m.
Downtown Athletic Club
Wine Chat: "Strange Cohabitations: Sharing Churches after the Reformation, 1530-2020"
Jan23
Wine Chat: "Strange Cohabitations: Sharing...Jan 23
6:00 p.m.
Civic Winery and Wines

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Quack Chats in the News

December 6

Neuroscientist Cristopher Niell will talk about research with mice and octopuses Dec. 11

November 8

Five trips to Antarctica opened a window for John Postlethwait on how icefish adapted

October 18

Historian Julie Weise says the government for many years encouraged border crossings

October 4

Professor Glynne Walley will talk about senjafuda votive slips at the Oct. 9 event

 

Quack Chats Experts

Ken Prehoda

Ken Prehoda
Chemistry and Biochemistry

Ulrich Mayr

Ulrich Mayr
Psychology

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