​​​11:30 AM-12:30 PM

  Brendan Wiltse (Ausable River Association, PSC alum): Unexpected Consequences of Road Salt
Dan Berggren (ADK Musician): Music of The Unexpected

Nina Schoch (Adirondack Center for Loon Conservation): Unexpected Stories of Adirondack Loons

Mel Johnson (PSC faculty): New Views of Familiar Landscapes

​​

2:30-3:45 PM

Peggy Lynn (ADK Musician, PSC alum): Music of The Unexpected​

11:00 AM-11:30 AM

                                               Janet Mihuc (PSC faculty): The Unexpected Magic of Moths

 ​​Jamie Savage (SUNY-ESF Ranger School, PSC alum) : Music of the Unexpected



We are not officially linked to the TED organization, but we like their style.  Unofficial versions of short, high-impact TED-talks are supposed to use the label "TED-x", but as Adirondackers we figure "TED-axe" works even better. So here is a tentative outline of what will happen in the VIC auditorium, our current series of "TED-axe talks & Tunes" that focus on  "The Art & Science of  THE UNEXPECTED."                    (Live links are shown in bold font)

TENTATIVE  - VIC Auditorium

10 AM SCIENCE MARCH  from PSC campus entrance to the VIC. An upbeat, fun rally for all who value SCIENCE!




Scroll down to see the events for SAM Fest 2019

SAM Fest 2019

4:00-4:30 PM
Documentary Film: "A Matter of Degrees,"

introduced by Rick Godin (The Wild Center, and Rick Godin productions)


P


Thompson Tomaszewski (PSC alum, staff): The Unexpected Charm of Bats

  Isaac Stouffer (PSC alum, Musician): Music For Unexpected Effects of Pollution


Craig Milewski (PSC Science Faculty, Poet): Readings on "Letting Go"


Celia Evans (PSC Science Faculty, Musician): Unexpected Melodies


Bethany Garretson(PSC Faculty, Writer): Unexpected Gifts from the Mountains

   12:30-1:30 PM

LUNCH, GALLERY, MUSIC, STEPPERS, DEMOS


1:45-2:30PM​

Tess Eidem (PSC faculty): The Unseen World Inside Us 


                                                                  Roy Hurd (ADK Musician): Music of The Unexpected

                                                                                          

                                               PSC Microbiology Students (with Tess Eidem): Tiny Microbes Are A Big Deal