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Dialogue: DiChristina and Krauss

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Ticket Info: 
VIP: $25
General: $10
Students: Free*
Friday, April 22, 2016 - 7:00pm to 9:30pm
Mariette DiChristina, Lawrence Krauss

ASU News: Dumbing it down — or inviting the world in?

Blog: Meet Trailblazing Science Journalist Mariette DiChristina

Join us for an evening with trailblazing science journalist and Scientific American editor-in-chief Mariette DiChristina and Origins Project director Lawrence Krauss for an enlightening evening on the role of science in our life. Watch as DiChristina and Krauss discuss how to better fuse the relationship between science and journalism in the digital age, the importance of science education and critical thinking to the prosperity of our world, and fun facts from the storied history of Scientific American

Mariette DiChristina is Editor-in-Chief and Senior Vice President of Scientific American, the longest continuously published magazine in the US, former president of the National Association of Science Writers, and has been honored as a Corporate Visionary by the Folio Top Women in Media Awards.

Nearby public parking facilities at Herberger Theater Center include the Chase Garage (enter from 1st or 2nd Streets between Monroe and Van Buren), The Arizona Center (enter from 5th Street heading north from Van Buren or off of Fillmore west of 5th Street), and the Hyatt Garage (enter off 2nd Street just north of Adams and south of Monroe). For more information please contact the box office at 602-252-8497 or visit the Herberger Theater Center website

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*Students, to reserve your free tickets, please call the Herberger Theater Center box office at (602) 252-8497. You will need to identify yourself as an ASU student (one ticket per student). You will need your student ID when you go to the box office to pick up your ticket.