• Suds & Science

    Suds & Science is returning, in person, to the Norwich Inn in January, 2023!

    Suds & Science Folks, we've got to rip this pandemic Band-Aid off at some point, so get your Omicron booster and get ready to join us for a pint! For the last two years VCE conservation biologist and longtime Suds & Science host, Jason Hill, has been bringing us great science talks across Zoom on the first Tuesday of each month from January through May. Like most of you, Jason is ready for science live and in person.

    We're making arrangements as we speak, and more details will be coming, but all talks will be in person from 7-8 pm in the front room of the Norwich Inn in Norwich, Vermont: home of the Jasper Murdoch’s Alehouse and microbrewery. Suds & Science is a free science discussion series, and is appropriate for all ages. Each month, a scientist gives you insight into their work and life from in front of the fireplace--all without PowerPoint! It's a rare opportunity to directly engage with an expert in their field in a totally laid back atmosphere, so please join us. Reach out to Jason Hill (), with thoughts, ideas and speaker suggestions. See you in January. Cheers.

    2023 Season Schedule (below)

    January 3, 2023 (Tuesday): Kaitlin McDonald [Dartmouth]—The ecology of tick populations and misrepresentation of that ecology on social media.

    February 7 (Tuesday): Michael Hallworth [Vermont Center for Ecostudies]—TBD, but something incredible.

    March 7 (Tuesday): Nathaniel Sharp [ Vermont Center for Ecostudies ]—A firsthand account of winning the World Series of Birding.

    April 4 (Tuesday): Desiree Narango [Vermont Center for Ecostudies]—Creating "Habitat Highways" for Migratory Birds Across the Full Annual Cycle.

    May 2 (Tuesday): TBD

    Selected Past Talks to Watch