Science on Tap
Prepare to indulge your curiosity and quench your thirst for knowledge at APSU's Science on Tap event! Join us for an exhilarating evening where science meets socializing in a relaxed and engaging atmosphere.
Science on Tap features College of STEM faculty presenting fascinating topics to the community. Attendees have the opportunity to learn from experts in their field while engaging in thought-provoking discussion while enjoying delicious local brews and food at Strawberry Alley. It's a free event for all ages, offering an engaging platform for researchers, faculty, and science enthusiasts to share their passion and knowledge with the public.
How to attend
Science on Tap takes place every first Tuesday of the month during the academic year. The event, held upstairs at Strawberry Alley Ale Works in downtown Clarksville, begins at 5:30 p.m., with doors opening at 5 p.m.
Dr. Erik Haroldson will present on “The Geology of Climate Change: How We're Going to Dig Ourselves Out” on Tuesday, December 5, 2023.
Austin Peay Extras | AI and the Robot Revolution
- All About the Birds and the Bees and Clarksville's Healthy Yards
- Black Holes Explained
- Coronavirus: The Common Cold and its Sinister Cousins
- Cryptography and You
- Good News in Climate and Biodiversity
- Looking at Faces
- March "Math-ness
- Moose, Wolves and Bats, oh my
- Mystery, Passion and Chocolate: The Scientific Method
- Myths, Mysteries and Manhunts: Mapping and GIS Opening Up a New Universe with the James Webb Space Telescope
- Sinkholes & Limestone & Caves, Oh My The Southeastern Grasslands Initiative: Charting a New Course for Conservation in the 21st Century.
- The Science Behind the Bell Witch
- The Science of Beer
- The Snake that Ate Guam
- The Weird, Wonderful World of Animal Sex