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Fuson Student Talks: Yaroslav Boyko, "The Total Synthesis of Isomalabaricanes and a Blueprint for Stereochemically Diverse Terpenoid Architectures," Andrew Zahrt, "Prediction of Higher-Selectivity Catalysts by Computer-Driven Workflow and Machine Learning," Jinpeng Zhao, "Chemoselective Methylene Oxidation in Aromatic Molecules"
Organic Chemistry New Student Welcome Reception immediately following in 'A' Atrium of CLSL
These Brown Bags are discussions in which those who teach, have experience teaching, or care about education in general want to share information, materials, resources, tips, advice, and other experiences. All Brown Bags take place in 122 Illini Hall on the first Wednesday of each month, beginning in August. Please bring your own lunches.
Please make plans to attend this “Advancing IPRH” Town Hall meeting to join the conversation about how IPRH might better support and sustain the research ecosystem that we have created together, and how we can evolve for the future.
Presentation by Study Abroad Office specifically targeted to history majors.
Join us in celebrating the new academic year! Food and refreshments will be provided.
Rebecca Garden is John L. Hinds Professor of History of Science; Associate Professor of Public Health and Preventive Medicine; Executive Director, Consortium for Culture and Medicine, SUNY Upstate. With support from the Carle Illinois College of Medicine and the Presidential Initiative to Celebrate the Impact of the Arts and the Humanities.
The Department of Asian American Studies presents the 12th Annual Balgopal Lecture, a yearly lecture event that brings distinguished scholars to campus to discuss the Asian American experience.
Join us for a School of Art + Design Distinguished Alumni Lecture by pioneering gay conceptual photographer and U of I alumnus Hal Fischer. This event is free and open to the public. An award presentation and reception will follow.
Lunch and conversation with gender-fluid drag queen and visual artist Sasha Velour for undergraduate students.
This information session is dedicated to helping interested applicants learn more about this three-year faculty development initiative. Attendees will discover how the program and application process works; hear the experiences of current fellows; and have an opportunity to ask questions.
Understanding the Effects of Predictor Variables for Explainable Supervised Learning Models
“Mindfulness and Science-Based Approaches to Criminal Justice for the 21st Century.”
Jason Salavon, new media artist
CHEM 535 Literature Seminar
CHEM 535 Literature Seminar
Celebrate opening night for KAM’s newest exhibitions, including “Art Since 1948,” “All this Beauty and Color: Highlights of the WPA,” and “Revealing Presence: Women in Architecture at the University of Illinois.”
Known throughout the indie music world for her solo project, Japanese Breakfast, Michelle Zauner will read from her upcoming memoir, Crying in H-Mart.
The symposium aims to strengthen the alumni and bring further visibility to issues for women in architecture. For information on keynote speakers, discussion panels, and networking opportunities, visit arch.illinois.edu/arch-womens-symposium.
A reading by poets J. Allyn Rosser and Mark Halliday. Part of Pygmalion, September 26–28. Free and open to the public.