This exhibition, titled “In Common” is based on the words “The earth is what we all have in common.” This quote comes from the Wendell Berry book, “The Unsettling of America.” So much of what we learn about environmentalism centers around things we shouldn’t do:
• Don’t use so much plastic,• Don’t pollute,• Don’t cut down trees, etc.
What we often miss are ways we should interact with nature. This exhibition highlights some of these “shoulds”.
Panel discussion on Title IX's 50th Anniversary and Women's Ice Hockey
Celebration of Title IX's 50th Anniversary: Women's Soccer
Cool Science holds an annual art exhibition celebration to honor young artists. During each celebration, artwork created by K-12 artists about extreme weather will be exhibited. Artists, parents, mentors, and supporting organizations will be recognized. In addition, scientists, artists, educators, and non-profit organization representatives will make short presentations and facilitate informal discussions about youth artwork and extreme weather. This event offers rich opportunities to integrate art and science and engage the community in extreme weather science issues.
Dr. Adam Naylor, Clinical Assistant Professor of Sport Psychology at Boston University's School of Education, will discuss Sports Psychology and Sports Performance
Sports Nutritionist Christine Clark will discuss Sports Nutrition: The Mind Body Connection
Guest talk by Mike Boyle
Guest talk by Joe Van Allen