What Happens Inside Black Holes? (STEM for Everyone series)
This talk on what happens inside black holes is the second of three talks in the series on "Unsolved Mysteries of the Universe" by Professor Kelsey Johnson.
The three Unsolved Mysteries of the Universe talks are the inaugural talks in the STEM for Everyone series of popular science & technology lectures. The STEM for Everyone lectures are designed for a general undergraduate audience and are open to the public. Refreshments will be provided, and there will be a small reception at the end of the talk. There will also be a prize drawing for attendees (prizes include a signed edition of Johnson’s book, “Constellations for Kids,” which is listed consistently in Amazon’s top 10 children’s astronomy books, as well as a signed art print by Johnson).
You can read more about the talk series here.
This talk will be held in the Commonwealth Room in Newcomb Hall
Support for the STEM for Everyone series has been provided by the Charles L. Brown Endowment.
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