The Desert Laboratory on Tumamoc Hill hosts a series of lectures as part of the College of Science Science Café series, as well as additional lectures denoted by "***".
Lectures focus on educational topics that relate to the science, ecology, history, and archaeology of the Sonoran Desert. All talks are open to the public.
The talks are held at Desert Laboratory, the buildings that are roughly half-way up the Hill. Seating is limited, so please contact Anna Seiferle-Valencia at email@example.com or 520-629-9455 to reserve a seat.
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Spring 2020 Lecture Series
The Cultural Landscape of Cemamagi Du’ag
Tumamoc Hill | Cemamagi Du’ag has been a site of culture and gathering for thousands of years. In this lecture series we will collectively learn from key voices about the vibrancy and essential connection between people and place. Join us to see the Hill of the Horned Lizard in a different way and appreciate its meaning through the millennia and into the future.
All talks at 6pm talks held at the Desert Laboratory, the buildings roughly half-way up Tumamoc Hill. Please reserve a space with Anna Seiferle-Valencia at firstname.lastname@example.org or 520-629-9455, due to limited seating.