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Come join us for the next event in our Your Story Matters series! Sam Xu will be presenting "A Chinese Buffet of Life". Food will be provided.
There will be a Meet and Greet with Dr. Raikhel from 3:30 - 3:50 p.m. in 407 Morrill Hall. Refreshments will be included.
Due to travel circumstances this event has been cancelled and will be rescheduled. Thank you. IGB Seminar - Biocomplexity "Reconstructive Biology as a Window into Historic Optima" Betul Kacar, PhD University of Arizona Molecular and Cell Biology, Astrobiology
This roundtable co-sponsored with KU Leuven will explore transatlantic relations.
Joe Peterson be sharing a few insights gleaned from foundering of a biotech startup. He hopes to keep the class informal, but will have a bit of prepared material ranging from startup life-cycle and funding to customer discovery to IP. Please bring questions.
Learn more about the research and work of our featured speakers and visit with faculty and graduate students. Light refreshments will be served.
Film screening and discussion with Anthony Brown.
Peter Mayo, a professor of education at the University of Malta, will provide a Freirean Perspective on Migration, Racism and the Mediterranean.
The ability to establish genuine connection with others is essential as a leader. Each person you work with comes to the table with different lived experiences and contrasting ways of making meaning of the world around them. Above all else, operating with an ethic of care as a leader and demonstrating empathy are two ways to engage those you lead and reiterate their value
Presented by Marco Fonesca with oSTEM Celebrate queer people at UIUC for Queer-It Week! oSTEM member Marco Fonseca will be presenting on linguistics research into the Gay Voice, the adopted falsetto of gay men. This will be an exciting opportunity to delve into scientific research specifically aimed at members of the queer community.
This workshop will address Land Concentration, Agricultural Sustainability and Food Sovereignty in the European Union
Anthony Brown, percussion; Mark Izu, bass and sheng; and Masaru Koga, saxophones and shakuhachi.
There will be a Meet and Greet with Dr. Barden from 3:30 - 3:50 p.m. in 407 Morrill Hall. Refreshments will be included.
Julian I. Schroeder, PhD University of California, San Diego Department of Biology
Professor Sally Engle Merry will speak on human rights, gender violence, and global governance by number.
This symposium is one of 6 selected by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research to participate in the Illinois 150: The 21st Century University and Research for the Public Good conference, April 10-12, 2018. The Humanities and Public Life symposium is the result of an ongoing collaboration between the Center for Advanced Study and the Illinois Program for Research in
This talk summarizes recent research and proposes approaches to resolve challenges of quantification and management of infrastructural resilience from the perspective of structural health monitoring to envision a promising future with resilient and intelligent civil infrastructures.
Executive Director DeMaurice Smith of the NFL Players Association will discuss his role in the organization and the role it plays in contract negotiations and free agency.
This presentation will briefly cover the roots of globalization in architecture and introduce several projects designed by Japanese architects abroad.
The Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology's Art of Science program is a celebration of common ground between science and art. Each exhibit comprises images from IGB's research portfolio enhanced to highlight the beauty and fascination encountered daily in scientific endeavors, from the microscopic to the holistic, from the physical to the abstract.
There will be a Meet and Greet with Dr. Wetzel from 3:30 - 3:50 p.m. in 407 Morrill Hall. Refreshments will be included.
Professor Lionel Ruffel of Université Paris 8 will speak on the elusiveness of the term "contemporary" and the global interrogation of that term over the past fifteen years.
Bring your lunch: Professor Desmond will analyze some of the key differences between clinical medicine for humans and that for animals to suggest that despite the surface similarities of white coats and stethoscopes, critical differences emerge in nearly every dimension of medical practice from diagnosis to treatment to finances when the patient is a non-human animal.
Ambassador Alec Aalto will speak on EU-US-Russia relations.
Erich D. Jarvis, PhD Rockefeller University
This lecture will take place in French. || L’affaire dite de « Tarnac » traversait l’Atlantique alors qu’en France, le livre devient unique pièce à conviction d’un procès médiatique puis d’un procès judiciaire (Tarnac 9). C’est toute la structure moderne du littéraire, celle que le contemporain met en crise, qui se trouve ici convoquée.
The belief that people in Southeastern Europe have had and still have attitudes towards time which differ from those of other, namely the Central and Western parts of Europe, is widespread both in popular and scientific literature. The purpose of the lecture is to inquire into the question of this temporal “otherness”.
Diversity & Social Justice Education is proud to host the DiversityEd Social Justice Awards Ceremony on Tuesday, April 18th at 6pm in the Murphy Lounge of the University YMCA (1001 S. Wright St., Champaign). Dr. Danita Brown Young, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, will be a special guest speaker.
Professor Frank Durham from the University of Iowa will present a brown bag talk "From Lippmann to Breitbart: Science, Journalism and the Conservative Media, 1919/ 2018."
Please join us for a Public Lecture Series event, “The Process of Creating I Am Alfonso Jones.” Featuring: Stacey Robinson, Professor of Graphic Design & Illustration at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign
Undergraduate and Graduate Creative Writing Award winners read from their winning works.
This interdisciplinary symposium brings together instructors, business professionals, and students to explore the role that languages and language learning play in emerging markets.
"Antibodies, Antigens and Enzymes: Creating the Building Blocks of In Vitro Diagnostic Assays" A. Scott Muerhoff, PhD Director of Biologics and Senior Research Fellow Abbott Diagnostics
Outstanding recent scholarship in Filipino American Studies have focused on the cultural performances of gender, race, social justice activism and empire. Christine Balance, Nerrisa Balce, Sarita See and Robyn Rodriguez will offer astute and relevant observations about American national contingencies and futures.