The Society's academic colloquia are focused and interactive scholarly gatherings where researchers, academics, and other experts and professionals convene to present and discuss their latest research findings, share insights, and engage in intellectual discourse. Typically organized around a specific theme or field of study, our colloquia provide a platform for participants to exchange ideas, receive constructive feedback, and foster collaborative connections within the academic and professional communities focused on the serious study of UAP. These events may feature presentations, panel discussions, and Q&A sessions, contributing to the advancement of knowledge and the development of critical perspectives in various disciplines related to UAP Studies.
Distinguished investigative journalist and Pulitzer-Prize finalist Garrett Graff joins the Society for a colloquium focused on his newest book, UFO: The Inside Story of the US Government's Search for Alien Life Here - and Out There. (A review of Mr. Graff's book for the Washington Post can be found here.)
*Please note: this colloquium is open only to members of the Society.
Prof. Greg Eghigian (Penn State University), a distinguished member of the Society's Advisory Board, joins us for a colloquium devoted to his first book on the subject of the history of the UFO phenomenon, due to be released this Spring (2024).