Buffalo Niagara Teen Science Café

February 28: Food, Environment, and Social Networks

With Jessica Gilbert, Partnership for the Public Good Research Associate and Geography PhD Candidate, and Sylvia Kelly, Coordinator of Global Projects for the UB Food Lab Master of Urban Planning Student

Buffalo Niagara Teen Science Cafe is back for the Spring!

Join us at our new partner location, The Frank E. Merriweather, Jr. Library at 1324 Jefferson Ave, Buffalo, NY 14208, on February 28th at 6 pm.

We’ll be learning about Food, Environment, and Social Networks with Jessica Gilbert, Partnership for the Public Good Research Associate and Geography PhD Candidate, and Sylvia Kelly, Coordinator of Global Projects for the UB Food Lab Master of Urban Planning Student.

Buffalo Niagara Teen Science Cafes will also be on March 28th and April 25th, same time and place.


Teen Science Cafe is a series of free, fun, out-of-school events where teens socialize over food and refreshments and talk with local scientists about current cutting-edge ideas. Teen Science Cafes are for all curious teens of all backgrounds and motivations for learning about science.

About Teen Science Cafe:
https://teensciencecafe.org/category/cool-cafes/

About Jessica:
https://ppgbuffalo.org/who-we-are/staff-and-board/profile:jessica-gilbert/

About Sylvia:
http://foodsystemsplanning.ap.buffalo.edu/team-member/sylvia-kelly/?fbclid=IwAR2QNRISoH8OCRClmR2rDEIB2McpZeX_YbNkXDl15ijMlxMW8LHdnG2BTBk