Heroes, Villains, and Nerds: How Science is Portrayed in the Media, and How Portrayals Have Changed

Starts:
5:00 pm on Thursday, October 9, 2014
Ends:
6:00 pm on Thursday, October 9, 2014
Location:
Life Science & Engineering Building, Room B-01, 24 Cummington Street
A lecture for the BU-HHMI Seminar Series on Climate Change by James Shanahan, Associate Dean, College of Communication, Boston University. James Shanahan, Associate Dean of the College of Communications at Boston University will give a seminar on "Heroes, Villains, and Nerds: How Science is Portrayed in the Media, and How Portrayals Have Changed" in room B-01 in the Life Science & Engineering Building at 24 Cummington Street as part of Boston University's Seminar Series on Climate Change. All members of the University and public are welcome to attend. This program is supported in part by a grant to Earth & Environment Professor Dave Marchant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute through the Science Education Program.