04-17-2018 UA Science Cafe "Fake News: How Do We Know What's What?"

04-17-2018 UA Science Cafe "Fake News: How Do We Know What's What?"

UA Science Cafe "Fake News: How Do We Know What's What?"

April 17, 2018 6:30 PM to April 17, 2018 8PM

Powerhouse Restaurant Fayetteville AR



Additional Event Details

The University of Arkansas (UA) Science Cafe series is open to the public, free of charge, and held in an informal restaurant setting as a time to sit, relax, and chat about the topic of the night. Food and drink purchases will be available. All cafes are held in a private room of Powerhouse Restaurant in Fayetteville. Parking is free. K-12 Professional Development credit is available on request. All cafes occur on Tuesdays, beginning at 6:30 p.m. "Fake News: How Do We Know What's What?" features a panel comprised of Mr. Larry Foley, chair, School of Journalism and Strategic Media, UA and Dr. Pearl Dowe, chair, Department of Political Sciences, UA. Fake news is nothing new. But bogus stories can reach more people more quickly via social media than what good old-fashioned viral emails could accomplish in years past. For more information, contact Lynne Hehr at [email protected]


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