Classes Without Quizzes offers a peek into everyday science

Saturday, March 28, 8 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. with optional lunch following
Continuing Education and Conference Center
Tickets are $35 for general public with discounts for Alumni Association members, students and youth

Crop drones, farm to fast food, human-induced bird mortality, sustainable food systems and practical tips for renewable energy are just a few of the many interesting sessions being offered at this year’s Classes Without Quizzes program!

Nationally recognized experts from CFANS will present mini-seminars designed for alumni, the general public, and students of all ages. Brian Horgan, a professor and extension specialist from the Department of Horticultural Sciences, will give the keynote address about the Science of (the) Green - a renovation, demonstration and research initiative addressing the golf industry’s need for long-term agronomic, economic and environmental sustainability. We've even got special sessions just for youth K-6, so bring the whole family for a half-day of fun and informal learning! See the details.