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February 1, 2012

Welcome to another interview on the Course of Reason! This is the second installment of my series where I interview people who are making a difference for science, reason, and secular values. Thanks for listening!


Note: I previously posted this interview, but would like to repost today with an update. Tabitha has announced performance dates for February and March. View the flier!

This week’s interview is with Tabitha Esther. Tabitha is a scientist and artist who created the stage show Seas of Science to get kids excited about science and learning. Tabitha shares details for the 2012 shows, as well as how and why she decided to create an interactive show.

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About the Author: Dren Asselmeier

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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. 




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