Think Science: Summer Heat and Health


Fri Aug 19 2022 at 12:00 pm to 01:00 pm


Texas Public Radio | San Antonio, TX

Record-breaking heat waves are cooking the U.S. this summer, and in Texas, triple-digit days have been commonplace. How is this year different than others, and if this the future, what can Texans do to protect themselves from heat related illness in the future?
Join us at our next lunchtime Think Science event as we learn more about Summer Heat and Health. This will be a live event at TPR’s Malú and Carlos Alvarez Theater on Friday, August 19 at noon. We’ll hear from a panel of researchers and experts and you’ll have an opportunity to ask your questions live and in person.
Donna Costa, LMSW, NAMI San Antonio
Dr. Neil Debbage: Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science and Geography, UTSA
Dr. Anita Kurian, SA Metro Health
Moderator: Nathan Cone, Texas Public Radio
This in-person event is hosted in the Malú and Carlos Alvarez Theater at Texas Public Radio’s Irma & Emilio Nicolas Media Center.
FREE validated parking is available in the City Tower Garage, 100 block North Main St, San Antonio, TX 78205.
A catered lunch will be available for a $5 donation. (Sandwich, chips, cookies and a bottled water.) Find details at the ticket link.

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