This Sunday: We’re Hosting Chicago’s First Science Tweetup!

If you’re into science, social media, education, outreach, fun, or any of the above, have we got something for you.

Join science friends new and old from all over the region to meet, mingle, and Tweet the evening away at Chicago’s first bi-monthly Science Tweetup! The Chicago Science Tweetup (Volume 1) will bring together science communicators, promoters and enthusiasts to meet up, catch up, and collaborate.  The conversation will be free-form, and to kickstart it, the topic of this tweetup will be “Using Social Media to make connections in Science.”  For our first mixer, we’ll have a science book swap, so please bring a science book you’ve enjoyed to trade with another guest.  Thanks to Tom Ruginis for the idea for our first mixer!  Come with more ideas for mixers so that we can all try something new at each event!

Check out our super-cute logo…we MAY have a treat for all of our guests!

We’ll be in the upstairs space at Schubas, which features a great menu at the Harmony Grill, and an extensive beer list. Bonus: You can catch the 8:00 PM show if you dig the band!

The hashtag for this event is #ChiSciTweet1 See you there!

This Sunday!
January 15, 2012
Schubas, Upstairs Space
5:00 PM-8:00 PM
Free

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One response to “This Sunday: We’re Hosting Chicago’s First Science Tweetup!

  1. Ohhh that’a a pity I’ve missed this event.No, really…
    OK i’ll follow this blog to find out the next one! Thanks a lot!
    BTW in case you haven’t tried this best pdf viewer. ;) It’s also a good thing!

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