Profs and Pints has a fantastic lineup of events planned for the Bier
Baron Tavern near Dupont Circle, La Pop cultural salon in Adams
Morgan, Church Hall in Georgetown, and the Social Circle Bistro at the Cambria Hotel - Washington D.C. Convention Center.
On tap are talks on:
Civility and Calls for Revolution | The Crisis in Syria
| The History of American Cooking | Whistleblower Law |
Free Speech and Julian Assange | The Creative Brain
| Trump's Foreign Policy | Sex, Marriage, and Evolution |
Finding the Right Therapist | A Russian Girl Made of Snow
| Robert Frost's Beloved Winter Poems | Dark Holiday Folklore |
Winter Fairy Tales | Charles Dickens | Krampus!
Check out media coverage of Profs and Pints and see what all the buzz is about! Click the links here to see stories by the Washington Post, Washingtonian magazine, Philadelphia's WHYY radio, KERA public radio in Dallas, the Northwest Courier, and the student newspapers at Catholic University, DePaul University, and George Washington University.
Hosting out-of-town guests? Take them to Profs and Pints,
a distinct experience they'll be wishing they could have back home!
Scheduled Talks: Full Descriptions
Profs and Pints talks represent a great way to introduce young people to various academic fields. Please note, however, that all talks are delivered on an adult level and may feature mature content. Unless otherwise stated in event descriptions, anyone under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
A note from Profs and Pints CEO Peter Schmidt about diversity among presenters:
In my recruitment of speakers I am committed to diversity in all of its forms, including gender, race, and ideological orientation. I encourage any college faculty member interested in being featured by Profs and Pints to click this link for important background on the lectures and workshops that Profs and Pints offers and to email email@example.com for additional information on how to apply.