Events: September 24-September 28

Lots of great talks, lectures and events scheduled for next week! Here’s a rundown:

Monday, September 24, 2007

  • What: Frontiers in Life Science: Changes in Hospital Care for Childbirth
  • When: 12:00pm
  • Where: McConnell B05
  • Who: Jean L. Kozak, NCHS

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  • What: ES&P Lunchbag: “Biodiversity and Conservation Management Research Opportunities in the Tropics.”
  • When: 12:15pm
  • Where: Bass 102
  • Who: Dr. Tim Coles

Lunch provided!
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  • What: Sciences Colloquium: Operations WALLACEA, “Converting the Direct Payments Principle into Practical Conservation Management in the Tropics”
  • When: 4:00pm
  • Where: McConnell 103
  • Who: Dr. Tim Coles

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Tuesday, September 25, 2007

  • What: Math Lunch Talks: Student Reports from Summer Work
  • When: 12:00pm-1:00pm
  • Where: Burton Forum (3rd floor)
  • Who: Hillary Sackett and Rachel Brown

Lunch provided!
To see the entire Math Lunch Talks schedule, CLICK HERE.
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  • What: Study Abroad Fair
  • When: All Day!
  • Where: Campus Center Lawn
  • Who: Come find out about how you can participate in an environmental program around the world, with Smith-approved organizations like the School for International Training, the School for Field Studies, the Organization of Tropical Studies, the Arava Institute and many others…

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Thursday, September 27, 2007

  • What: Information Session about Operations WALLACE, Tim Coles
  • When: 5:00pm
  • Where: Bass 102
  • Who: Come get more information and have your questions about the program answered…

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Friday, September 28, 2007

  • What: “Light Microscopy: Getting the most out of your compound microscope”
  • When: 1:30pm-3:30pm
  • Where: Sabin Reed 411
  • Who: Judith Wopereis, CMI: Making use of visible light and a system of lenses, the compound microscope allows us to examine fine morphological details resolved and visualized in magnified images. This hands-on workshop will be beneficial for any user wanting to know how to use and properly setup the compound microscope to acquire good quality images.
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