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A publication of the University Communications office Spring 2008
"Math Is Music: Statistics Is Literature" with Richard De Veaux, professor of mathematics and statistics, Williams College. 212 John Dewey Hall. 10 a.m. Information.
"Data Mining in the Real World: Lessons Learned in the Pit" with Richard De Veaux, professor of mathematics and statistics, Williams College. 101 Stafford. 1:15 p.m. Information.
Student Recital: Toby Aronson, classical guitar. Music Building Recital Hall. 7:30 p.m. Information: 656-3040.
Lane Series: A Saint Patrick's Day Celebration with Leahy. $39 and $33 adults, $35 and $29 students. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts. 7:30 p.m. Information.
Burack President's Distinguished Lecture: "Departing for War in the Age of the Crusades" with William Chester Jordan, Dayton-Stockton Professor of History, Princeton University. Memorial Lounge, Waterman. 5 p.m. Information: 656-4408.
"Moss Gardens" with Christine Cook, artist, lecturer and landscape designer. Hosted by Friends of the UVM Horticultural Farm. 65 Green Mountain Drive, South Burlington. 6 p.m. Information, pre-registration: 864-3073.
Teagle Project Panel Discussion: "Genetic Privacy" with Bill Sorrell, Vermont state attorney general; Wendy McKinnon, clinical assistant professor of pediatrics; Jim Vincent, director of Bioinformatics Core of the Vermont Genetics Network; and Judy Van Houten, professor of biology. Multipurpose Room, University Heights North. 7 p.m. Information.
"Science and the World You Make: Why Writing About Science Is Like Writing About Everything Else--Only More So." with David Dobbs, Montpelier-based science, medicine and culture writer. John Dewey Lounge, Old Mill. 7 p.m. Information.
Burack President's Distinguished Lecture: "Making Sense of Climate Change" with Andy Revkin, New York Times science writer. Campus Center Theater, Billings. 7:30 p.m. Information: 656-4411.
Social Justice Film Series: Sexual Stereotypes in Media: Superman and the Bride. The film will be screened twice. Allen House, noon, and 427 Waterman, 6:30 p.m. Information.
Fleming Museum Noontime Cafe and Program: "Ritual Representations: Some Reflections on Masks and Healing Rites in Sri Lanka" with Kevin Trainor, associate professor of religion. The event coincides with the museum's current special exhibition, "Actors and Exorcists: Masks of Sri Lanka," on view in the museum's Wolcott gallery through June 8. Fleming Museum. 12:15 p.m. Lunch is available for purchase from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Marble Court.
Marsh Professor-at-Large Lecture: "Environmental Problems: Symptoms and Sources" with British environmentalist Norman Myers, recently named a "hero of the environment" by Time magazine. Sugar Maple Ballroom, Davis Center. 5 p.m.
"Pharaohs of the Sun: Akhenaten, Nefertiti, Tutankhamen" with Rita Freed, John F. Corgan and Mary L. Cornille Chair of the Art of the Ancient World at Boston's Museum of Fine Art. Fleming Museum. 6 p.m.
Poetry Reading: Adrie Kusserow, associate professor of anthropology, Saint Michael's College. Women's Center, 34 South Williams Street. Noon.
Burack President's Distinguished Lecture: "Legislative Versus Judicial Strategies for Social Change: The Case of Same-Sex Marriage" with Daniel R. Pinello, professor of government, John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Waterman Manor, Waterman Building. 4 p.m. Information: 656-1442.
Film Screening: China Blue. A deep-access account of what both China and the international retail companies don't want us to know about how the clothes we buy are actually made. Campus Center Theater, Billings. 7 p.m.
Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds. "Putting on the Brakes: The Neural Basis of Response Inhibition" with Russell Poldrack, Wendell Jeffrey and Bernice Wenzel Term Chair in Behavioral Neuroscience, associate professor of psychology, University of California at Los Angeles. Davis Auditorium, Medical Education Center Pavilion, Fletcher Allen Health Care. 10:30 to 11:45 a.m. Information: 847-2124.
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