Beckman Institute Calendar
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Dr. Jeremy D. Meuser and Ms. C. K. Gunsalus, National Center for Professional and Research Ethics: Real World Ethics, Part 2
NSP End of Year Celebration
Aiguo Han Gun Kim Lucia Albelda Gimeno
Beckman Postdoctoral Fellows Dan Kleinman and Fan Lam
Director Jeff Moore, Beckman Institute
Flute & Harp Duo with Jean Lee and Sydney Campen
Interim Dean Wojtek Chodzko-Zajko and Julian Parrott
"Distilling Beauty and Art in Scientific Research," by Smitha Vishveshwara, associate professor of physics and member of the Social and Emotional Dimensions of Well-being Group
Kate Clancy, an associate professor of anthropology and member of the Social and Emotional Dimensions of Well-Being Group, will present "What Does Intersectional Feminist Biology Look Like?"
Martin Gruebele, professor of chemistry, speaks on "The Future Prospects of Science."
Greet the Illini 4000 cyclists as they make a stop in Urbana at the Beckman Institute. The Illini 4000 is a cross-country bicycle ride to raise money for cancer research and patient support services.
Dr. Khan Siddiqui "State of our Nation's Health - a Data story through the "higi" lens."
"The impact of automated frequent testing on learning in undergraduate STEM courses," by Matt West, associate professor of Mechanical Science and Engineering
Lukas Milles "Mechanisms of Extreme Mechanostabilities in Pathogen Adhesins"
Join the UIUC Science Policy Group in a policy game that looks at how to rebuild a power plant after a disaster. Clifford Singer, former director of the Program in Arms Control, Disarmament, and International Security, will moderate the game.
Mark Nelson, professor of molecular and integrative physiology, discusses "What Does a Brain Do?"
Eric Jakobsson, professor emeritus of molecular and integrative physiology, presents “13.8 billion years of history as taught in one semester and described in 50 minutes.” Lunch is provided.
Dr. Fadi Mikhail, University of Pennsylvania
In memory of Scott White, professor of aerospace engineering and Beckman faculty member, the Beckman Institute and the Air Force Office of Scientific Research are hosting a research symposium in honor of White's many contributions to the field of multifunctional materials.
"Completing the Matrix: Optical Reporting and Control of Neurobiology" by Michael Z. Lin, Associate Professor of Neurobiology and Bioengineering, Stanford University
Three Ph.D. students discuss their research.