Register here for Galileo's Science Café: Thursday, September 16th, 2021

Fernando Wilhelm-Miralles, Ph.D.,

Dean, George Mason University's College of Science

Title: Human Demand vs Climate Change: which dominates the water scarcity problem around the world?

Thank you for registering for this event. We will email you an event reminder a few days before the event.

This is a face to face session; if conditions change, we will conduct this event as a remote session and will email you that Zoom link.

Evening Schedule:

For face-to-face sessions: Please read carefully and follow these directions:

All attendees 12 and older must complete Mason's COVID Health Check the day of the event and present their "green" healthy status to the greeter when you arrive. Masks must be worn over the nose and mouth by all attendees 2 years and older when they are inside the Hylton Performing Arts Center. The event is capped at 90% of capacity at this time to provide some social distancing. Attendees must pre-register for each individual session. One member may pre-register for their entire family by providing the name of each family member in the webform.

6:30 PM: Seating begins. Due to COVID restrictions, we regret that we are unable to provide food or beverages for the Galileo's Science Cafe events until further notice.
7:00-7:45 PM: Scientific discussion
7:45-8:15 PM: Ask the presenters! Questions from the audience
8:15-8:45 PM: Meet the scientist and networking reception (Socially Distanced)
9:00 PM Session closes

For remote sessions:

6:45 PM: Logon
7:00-7:45 PM: Scientific discussion
7:45-8:15 PM: Q&A from audience
8:15-8:45 PM: Meet the scientist and networking reception
9:00 PM Session closes 

Thank you for pre-registering for this event. We will email you an event reminder a few days before the event.