Hawaii Public Radio presents
FIRST TAKE WITH SCIENCE FRIDAY
July 6, 2018
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Appearing on stage at the Hawaiʻi Theatre Center on July 6 at 7:30 p.m. are
- Dr. Kim Binsted, principal investigator for UH Manoa’s HI-SEAS (Hawaiʻi Space Exploration Analog and Simulation), a Mars simulation mission on Mauna Loa;
- Dr. Melissa Price, an ecologist who spearheaded the recent collaboration resulting in the multi-disciplinary education project “Symphony of the Hawaiian Birds”;
- Dr. Malia Rivera, of UHM’s Hawaiʻi Institute of Marine Biology who has devised a Hawaiʻi place-based STEM curriculum.
In addition to the onstage conversation between Flatow and the scientist guests, audiences will be able to participate with questions of their own. The interviews and questions-and-answers will be taped for possible future national broadcast on Science Friday. The events will also include musical interludes: internationally acclaimed guitarist Makana in Honolulu, and local jazz ensemble Red Water Trio in Kamuela.
The purchase of a ticket also entitles the purchaser to a one-year membership in Hawaiʻi Public Radio.
About Science Friday
For the last 25 years, this radio program has introduced top scientists and entertaining stories about science to public radio listeners. Independently produced by the Science Friday Initiative, a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing the public’s access to science and scientific information, it is distributed by Public Radio International (PRI) to 374 stations across the U.S.
About Ira Flatow
Veteran science correspondent Ira Flatow is the host and executive producer of public radio’s Science Friday. Each week he brings a lively, informative discussion of science to two million radio and podcast listeners.
Flatow is also founder of the Science Friday Initiative, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that is dedicated to increasing the public’s access to science and scientific information.
He has shared his enthusiasm with public radio and TV fans for more than 40 years, including as a guest star on the hit CBS comedy “The Big Bang Theory.”
His recent honors include the National Science Board Public Service Award, AAAS Journalism Award, the Carl Sagan Award, the Nierenberg Prize for Science in the Public Interest and the Isaac Asimov Science Award. Flatow has also received an honorary doctorate from Pennsylvania’s Muhlenberg College.
“First Take with Science Friday” is Ira Flatow’s first live appearance in Hawaiʻi.
Event sponsors are Chaminade University of Honolulu, HPM Building Supply, Le Jardin Academy, Sacred Hearts Academy, with hospitality sponsors Prince Waikiki and the Hapuna Beach Resort.
Recommended for ages 12 and above.
** Discounts Available for Purchases of Two or More Tickets **
First Take is an HPR members-only event, but with your purchase of tickets to the show through Hawaii Theatre Center, you automatically receive a membership with Hawaii Public Radio!.