Urbana Campus Research Calendar

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Monday, October 15, 2018

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Thursday, October 18, 2018

Friday, October 19, 2018

    • All Day
    • Saint Louis Science Center, 5050 Oakland Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63110

    The World of Genomics will be showcased from October 18-20, 2018, at the St. Louis Science Center, one of America’s most visited museums and a destination for all ages with an interest in learning about science and technology.

    • 9:00
    • 1030 National Center for Supercomputing

    This hands-on workshop teaches basic concepts, skills and tools for working more effectively with data. The workshop is for anyone who has data they want to analyze, and no prior computational experience is required.

    • All Day
    • See program for specific schedule and location

    7th annual Sociology of Development Conference. Sponsored by the Department of Sociology. Co-sponsored by Women and Gender in Global Perspectives Program (WGGP) and others.

    • All Day
    • Krannert Art Museum

    Capturing Landscape features a selection of 20th and 21st century black-and-white photographs from the collection by artists working in the United States.

    • All Day
    • Forbes Natural History Building, 1816 S. Oak St., Champaign

    Discover your inner scientist by participating in the University of Illinois WeDigBio Transcriptithon hosted by the Illinois Natural History Survey Herbarium.

    • 9:00 am
    • Krannert Art Museum

    By highlighting KAM’s strong holdings of work from artists practicing in Chicago during the 1930s through the 1980s, this exhibition considers the problematic nature of art historical categories and explores what other stories are missed by perpetuating a single narrative.

    • All Day
    • Krannert Art Museum

    Blue and White explores the technological advances, trade networks, and shared aesthetics that sustain a global appetite for blue-and-white ceramics.

    • 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
    • Krannert Art Museum Hood Classroom

    KAM offers a lunchtime yoga series on Fridays when classes are in session. Each Yoga at the Museum session is free and open to the public.

    • 12:00 pm
    • Beckman Institute, Room 1005

    “Less Metrics, More Rando: (Net) Art as Software Research by Ben Grosser, assistant professor, Art and Design

    • 12:00 pm
    • Beckman Institute, 3rd Floor Tower Room 3269

    • 4:00 pm   5:00 pm
    • Spurlock Museum at the University of Illinois 600 S. Gregory Urbana, IL 61801

    Dr. Thomas E. Emerson presents, The Red Goddesses of Cahokia, at Spurlock Museum 4pm in the Knight Auditorium.

Saturday, October 20, 2018

    • All Day
    • Saint Louis Science Center, 5050 Oakland Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63110

    The World of Genomics will be showcased from October 18-20, 2018, at the St. Louis Science Center, one of America’s most visited museums and a destination for all ages with an interest in learning about science and technology.

    • All Day
    • See program for specific schedule and location

    7th annual Sociology of Development Conference. Sponsored by the Department of Sociology. Co-sponsored by Women and Gender in Global Perspectives Program (WGGP) and others.

    • All Day
    • Forbes Natural History Building, 1816 S. Oak St., Champaign

    Discover your inner scientist by participating in the University of Illinois WeDigBio Transcriptithon hosted by the Illinois Natural History Survey Herbarium.

    • All Day
    • Krannert Art Museum

    Capturing Landscape features a selection of 20th and 21st century black-and-white photographs from the collection by artists working in the United States.

    • 9:00 am
    • Krannert Art Museum

    By highlighting KAM’s strong holdings of work from artists practicing in Chicago during the 1930s through the 1980s, this exhibition considers the problematic nature of art historical categories and explores what other stories are missed by perpetuating a single narrative.

    • All Day
    • Krannert Art Museum

    Blue and White explores the technological advances, trade networks, and shared aesthetics that sustain a global appetite for blue-and-white ceramics.