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An Evening with Bill Nye
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An Evening with Bill Nye

On sale now! A new talk from the Emmy-winning host of Bill Nye the Science Guy.

Dates

October 20, 2023
Friday, 7:30 pm

Location

Jones Hall

Price

Tickets start at $39

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All members save 10% (excluding VIP Experience). Amplify+ members pay no fees. Limits apply, see memberships for details. 

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A live event guiding us through global challenges of magnitude

The 18-time Emmy Award-winning host of Bill Nye the Science Guy brings his love of science and flair for comedy to every appearance, deftly translating complex issues to help inspire audiences of all ages to engage with and improve our world. In this illustrated talk, Nye guides us through the most likely global challenges of magnitude, and then how we can survive, mitigate, and—why not?—even prevent them. 

Featuring lecture with video followed by audience Q&A.

About Bill Nye
Engineer, comedian, author, inventor—audiences revere this good-natured Renaissance Man's infectious blend of humor, intellectual curiosity, and devotion to solving some of the world's most complex challenges through science. Best known for his Emmy-winning run as "Bill Nye the Science Guy," he brings his love of science and flair for comedy to every appearance—deftly translating complex issues to help inspire audiences of all ages to engage with and improve our world.

Bill’s wit and enthusiasm has garnered 18 Emmy awards. Bill is also an author and frequent speaker on topics of global importance including climate change, evolution, population, space exploration, and STEM education. He is a steadfast champion of the unwavering value of critical thinking, science, and reason.

Nye graduated with a mechanical engineering degree from Cornell University and returned there as a visiting professor from 2001-2005. In 2010, Bill joined the ranks of his astronomy professor Carl Sagan when he was elected the American Humanist Association’s “Humanist of the Year.”

Through all of his work, Bill hopes to inspire people everywhere to change the world.

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