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11:00 am Mar 11th Composition Brown Bag Bailey Library Informal discussion about teaching and learning, focused on literature courses. 4:00 pm Mar 11th Biochemistry & Redox Biology Seminar -- Biswarup Mukhopadhyay BEADLE CENTER Presented by Dr. Biswarup Mukhopadhyay, associate professor, Department of Biochemistry, Virginia Bioinformatics Institute at Virginia Tech.
All Biochemistry/Redox Biology Center Seminars are open to the public. 12:00 pm Mar 12th Communication and the Reduction of Health Disparities Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center Presented by Dr. Gary Kreps, University Distinguished Professor of the Department of Communication at George Mason University; director, Center for Health and Risk Communication.
Cosponsored by UNL Minority Health Disparities Initiative. 3:30 pm Mar 12th Water Seminar Series HARDIN HALL Eight public lectures on a varied slate of state and regional water issues will form the University of Nebraska's spring semester water seminar series that begins Jan. 15 and runs through April. The seminars are free and open to the public. 4:00 pm Mar 12th Spring 2014 Biotechnology/Life Sciences Seminar Series BEADLE CENTER Presented by Dr. Blake Meyers, University of Delaware.
A reception will be held at 3:30 p.m. The event is open to the public. 7:00 pm Mar 12th Sci Pop! Where Science Intersects Pop Culture LOVE LIBRARY SOUTH Extraterrestrials loom large in the public’s imagination so it is no wonder that over 300 movies feature aliens. In this talk, you’ll learn what some of the top alien movies have to say about alien biochemistry.
Given by Professor Mark Griep, UNL 3:00 pm Mar 13th Unmixing Marriage: Czech-German, and Jewish-Gentile Intermarried Families in Bohemia and Moravia, 19 Great Plains Art Museum Presented by Dr. Benjamin Frommer, director of the Holocaust Educational Foundation of Northwestern University.
Free Admission. Reception to follow.
Sponsored by UNL Czech Komensky Club for Czech Week 2014.
Special thanks to the departments of Judaic Studies, History, Sociology, and Modern Languages & Literatures 3:30 pm Mar 13th School of Biological Sciences Seminar - Shozo Yokoyama, Emory University HAMILTON HALL The School of Biological Sciences Seminar is a weekly series presented by invited speakers and UNL faculty to showcase current research advances in biological sciences.
All School of Biological Sciences Seminars are free and open to the public. 3:30 pm Mar 14th Chemistry Colloquium HAMILTON HALL "Charles David Keeling and the Story of Atmospheric CO2 Measurements", presented by Dr. Daniel C. Harris, Naval Air Systems Command, China Lake. Open to the public.
7:00 pm Mar 14th "Travelling Bodyes": Theorizing Subaltern Women's Movements in(to) Protoimperialist England, c. 1560 Center for Great Plains Studies Dr. Bernadette Andrea will discuss her research on transnational feminism in early modern England at 7:00 p.m. on March 14 at the Center for Great Plains Studies.
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