Nerd Night April 2022
Monday, April 4 @ 7:00 am - 8:30 am HST
Our next event is rapidly approaching this upcoming Monday, April 4th! We will have a hybrid event, same as last month. For those of you joining in person, we will again be at Anna O’Briens upstairs, doors at 7PM and talks at 7:30PM. If you are opting to join online, you can do so at this link:
Meeting ID: 912 6811 0599
As always, we have three awesome talks prepared for you all! Be there and be square!
Speaker 1: Lauren Braley
Caffeine Dependency in Graduate Researchers
An absolutely true and accurate overview (callout) on the misuse and abuse of caffeine in the graduate student researcher demographic, this presentation will explore the background on the incredibly harmful substance known as caffeine and the pipeline through which dependency on it plagues the graduate student body of college campuses nationwide.
Speaker 2: Choz Belen
Aaahh!!! Real Monsters???
A conspiracy theory behind Filipino monsters and why I wrote 2 books about them. Choz Belen is a Filipino American award-winning writer, director and storyteller born and raised in New Jersey and graduate from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Mumu: Lost in Anito is his second graphic novel.
Speaker 3: Allyson Earl
The Pacific Crest Trail and the Fun Scale: An Introspective Dive into Type Two Fun
What is fun? Enter the Fun Scale, a hotly debated topic in the scientific and outdoor community for years that divides fun into 3 categories, the most contentious of which is type two fun. This type of fun has shaped my entire life and as I plan my biggest adventure yet, hiking over 2000 miles from Mexico to Canada, we will take a look at what drives a person to enjoy type two fun and in short give some context as to why in the heck I am like this.