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Cephalopod Week Trivia Night

Science Friday and Columbia’s Zuckerman Institute come together to bring you a tentacled and brainy Cephalopod Week Trivia Night!

Cephalopod Week Trivia Night
Cephalopod Week Trivia Night

Time & Location

Jun 18, 2024, 9:30 PM – 11:00 PM

New York, 21 A Clinton St, New York, NY 10002, USA

About the event

Join us for a jam-packed evening that’s part science-y facts and mind-blowing knowledge experience, celebrating our favorite invertebrates: cephalopods, like squid, cuttlefish, and octopuses! Bring your nerdy team together (or bravely play solo) to win ultimate bragging rights—and some real prizes, too. Gather your poddy and test your squiddy knowledge!   

Hosted by Diana Plasker of Science Friday and Dr. Diana Li of the Zuckerman Institute.  

Tickets 

$8 early bird (until June 11, 09:30 PM) 

$10 standard 

$15 at the door  

Diana Plasker is the Experiences Manager at Science Friday, where she creates live events and partnerships to delight and engage audiences in the world of science. She joins SciFri as a facilitator for all things projects and partnerships in the nonprofit world. In a previous life, she was the creative projects manager at Museum Hack and manager of guided tours at Lincoln Center. Diana earned her MA in Museum Studies from New York University and lives in Brooklyn, NY.  

Dr. Diana Li is the Associate Director of Education and Training Initiatives at the Zuckerman Institute. She leads neuroscience public programs related to education, including high school research internships, teacher professional development, and public lecture series. She also supports Zuckerman researchers in refining their science communication skills and piloting new public engagement ideas. She earned her PhD in Biology from Stanford University, where she studied the neurophysiology and biomechanics of squid swimming, and loves every opportunity to talk about the joys of cephalopods.  

This event is part of a collaboration between Science Friday and Columbia University’s Zuckerman Institute and part of Cephalopod Week. For more information, click here.

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