Kenny Broad, The Risky Science of Exploration

Date(s) and Time of Event: 

Sunday, January 8, 2017 - 3:00pm

Location: 

Campbell Hall

National Geographic Live

Cave Diver, Anthropologist and CCS Alumnus

Kenny Broad

The Risky Science of Exploration

Underwater cave explorer and environmental anthropologist Kenny Broad has participated in extreme scientific filmmaking expeditions on every continent, from chasing venomous snakes across Vietnam to plunging into ancient subaquatic caves in the Bahamas. In Broad’s line of work, one mistake can prove fatal. But his explorations lead to important discoveries about early human inhabitants, animals seen nowhere else on Earth and the planet's climate history. Join Broad, a UCSB alumnus, on an adventure into some of the most dangerous and scientifically significant places on Earth as he laughs his way through tales of his triumphs, tragedies and just plain weird experiences while furthering our knowledge of the world.

Ticket prices:

$25 : General Public

$15 : UCSB Students (Current student ID required) 

$15 : Youth (18 & under / Student ID required for high school age)

Buy Tickets Here!

UCSB Arts & Lectures 

Make sure to also attend A Conversation with Kenny Broad in the CCS Gallery on Monday, January 9th!