CFANS's Classes Without Quizzes shares research with the public

On Saturday, April 1, the 16th annual Classes Without Quizzes event was held at the Continuing Education & Conference Center on the St. Paul Campus. Michael Boland of the Department of Applied Economics delivered the keynote, “The Geography of Food.” Following the keynote, attendees participated in other “classes” about backyard chickens, hydroponics, invasive species, food security, and more. High school attendees and their chaperones had the opportunity to learn all about aquaponics and the research opportunities available a the college. The event also featured a K-6 program where kids got the chance to learn about animal adaptations, maple syrup, and raptors. KSTP News covered the event, and you can read more on KSTP's website and view the video segment here.  See photos from the event on the CFANS Alumni & Friends Facebook page and see more about the day by checking out the conversation on Twitter via #CFANScwq!