CSI-Con: Why You Need to Go and What You Will Miss if You Don’t
August 1, 2011
The CSI-Con video is out and it is awesome! Former CFI On Campus intern and current Point of Inquiry producer and media-mega-man, Adam Isaak, created a video for the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry conference, and I have to share it with you. I know that we all have been trying to avoid the word “epic,” but I would argue that this video is epic.
Great, right!? I am so excited for this conference. The list of speakers is staggering, to say the least, and I am especially looking forward to seeing Eugenie Scott, Joe Nickell, and James Randi. Bill Nye is always great, as is James Underdown. Okay, I can’t decide who I want to see the most. I just love being a skeptic, being around other skeptics, and hearing how this way of seeing the world is being used in new ways to make us better thinkers and leaders.
Happy Monday, everyone!
About the Author: Dren Asselmeier
Dren Asselmeier does student outreach as a campus organizer at the Center for Inquiry. She got her start as an organizer while interning at Center for Inquiry–Michigan in 2008. She stayed until 2010 as a volunteer campus coordinator, and was CFI–Michigan Freethinker of the Year in 2009, as well as president of Center for Inquiry–Grand Valley State University. Dren has a B.A. in English from Grand Valley State University. She is the president of Buffalo Area Non-Profit Professionals, an event volunteer at Buffalo Subversive Theatre, and a contributor to the Buffalo Storyteller Hour.
#1 KingHeathen on Wednesday August 03, 2011 at 7:47pm
Former New Orleans resident here, and I'm psyched for this one!
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