Saturday Science for Students
Saturday Science for Students at The Explorers Club in New York City is open to faculty and students and is free with your student ID. For more information, visit The Explorers Club. Please call 212.628.8383 to reserve a seat. The Explorers Club is located at 46 East 70 Street, just off Park Avenue.
Upcoming Spring Science Lectures
February 14 - Dr. John T. Tanacredi, Professor, Biology, Chemistry and Environmental Studies and Director of CERCOM at Molloy College: "How to Grow a Planet"
March 14 - Dr. Jodi Evans, Professor, Biology, Chemistry and Environmental Studies, Molloy College: "The biochemical interplay between the macrophage cell and the mesenchymal stem cell during immune responses"
April 11 - Dr. Anthony Tolvo, Dean of Natural Sciences, Biology, Chemistry and Environmental Studies, Molloy College: "Can We Retro-Engineer a Dinosaur?"
May 2 - Dr. Betty Borowsky, Professor of Biology, Nassau Community College - "From Jamaica Bay, New York, to Frasassi Caves, Italy: How I Learned That Animals Without Eyes Can Detect Light"
Your $10 general admission includes:
- A post-lecture tour of the Explorers Club headquarters
- Light breakfast
- Lecture, which commences at 10 a.m.
Free to all college students, college ID is required. Sponsored by Molloy College, Science Museum of Long Island and the EC Conservation Committee
Molloy Students attending Saturday Science for Students at The Explorers Club in New York City.
CERCOM By the Numbers
on the Great South Bay
Cooperative partners and advisory
council member groups
Prestigious internship placement sites
in the LI region
Species of crustacean named
after CERCOM's director