An Evening with Adam Ruben

Join us on February 7th for an evening with scientist, author, and comedian Adam Ruben, author of the titular book Surviving Your Stupid, Stupid Decision to Go to Grad School, as he talks about his experiences as a recovering graduate student . Food and beverages will be provided, and the evening will culminate with a raffle drawing, so make sure to stay until the end!

Space is limited, so grab your free ticket below!

"Adam Ruben is a writer, comedian, storyteller, and molecular biologist. For over a decade, he has performed at clubs, colleges, and private venues across the country, including at some of the best-known storytelling shows and comedy clubs. He is the author of Surviving Your Stupid, Stupid Decision to Go to Grad School (Random House, 2010), a satirical guide to the low points and, well, lower points of post-baccalaureate education. His new book, Pinball Wizards: Jackpots, Drains, and the Cult of the Silver Ball, was published by Chicago Review Press on November 1, 2017. In addition to his day job as Associate Director of Vaccine Stabilization & Logistics, developing a malaria vaccine at Sanaria Inc., Adam travels the country, performing his solo show as part of anti-bullying programs, talking about his books to audiences of disaffected grad students or pinball fanatics, and giving lectures on science careers and the public perception of science."

What people are saying about Adam Ruben's show:

  • "Compelling and hilarious" -- The Washington Post

  • "Unlike some comics that hammer you to death in delivery, Ruben just tells his stories and the laughs come very naturally” -- Maryland Theatre Guide

To learn more about Adam Ruben, visit his website