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University Events

"University Events" lists a portion of the activities taking place Oct. 19-Nov. 1 at Washington University. Visit the Web for expanded calendars for the Danforth Campus (calendar.wustl.edu) and the School of Medicine (medschool.wustl.edu/calendars.html).

Exhibits

Caught! Modern Dance Photographs by Barbara Morgan. Through Dec. 21. Olin Library, Lvl. 1, Ginkgo Rm. 935-5495.

Eyes on the Prize 1 & 2: Documenting the Civil Rights Movement. Through Dec. 21. Olin Library, Lvl. 1, Grand Staircase Lobby. 935-8679.

Faith and Politics by John C. Danforth. Through Oct. 31. Olin Library Lobby. 935-6626.

Lilly Oncology on Canvas. Oct. 23-27. (Presented by Eli Lilly and Co.) Siteman Cancer Center, West County Office, 969 N. Mason Rd. 996-8270.

Film

Wednesday, Oct. 25

7 p.m. Japanese Film Series. Dark Water. Nakata Hideo, dir. Sponsored by Asian & Near Eastern Languages & Literatures. McMillen Hall, Rm. 149. 935-5110.

Lectures

Thursday, Oct. 19

Noon. Genetics Seminar Series. "Genetic Analysis of Late-onset Alzheimer's Disease." Alison Goate, prof. of genetics in psychiatry. McDonnell Medical Sciences Bldg., Rm. 823. 362-2139.

2:30 p.m. Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Seminar. "Computational Materials Science of Structural and Functional Liquid Crystals." Alejandro Rey, prof. of chemical engineering, McGill U. (Refreshments immediately following, Jolley Hall, Rm. 305.) Cupples II Hall, Rm. 100. 935-6047.

4 p.m. Assembly Series. Performing Arts Dept. Lecture. Bonnie Oda Homsey, former principal dancer, American Repertory Dance Company. Women's Bldg. Formal Lounge. 935-5285.

4 p.m. Chemistry Seminar. "Ferromagnetic Metal/Compound Semiconductor Heterostructures: Growth, Interfacial Reactions and Spin Injection." Christopher Palmstrom, prof. of chemical engineering & material sciences, U. of Minn. McMillen Hall, Rm. 311. 935-6530.

4 p.m. Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences Seminar. "Digital 3-D Reconstruction of the Normal and Early Glaucomatous Monkey Optic Nerve Head." Claude Burgoyne, senior scientist and research dir., Devery Eye Inst. Maternity Bldg., Rm. 725. 362-4179.

4:15 p.m. Earth & Planetary Sciences Colloquium. "Molecular Evidence for Radical Changes in Ocean Chemistry, Globally, Across the Permian Triassic Boundary." Roger Summons, prof. of geobiology, Mass. Inst. of Technology. Earth & Planetary Sciences Bldg., Rm. 203. 935-5610.

8 p.m. Writing Program Reading Series Lecture. Steven Millhauser, Visiting Hurst Professor. Duncker Hall, Rm. 201, Hurst Lounge. 935-7130.

Friday, Oct. 20

7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Medicine Conference. "Annual Bi-state Regional Infectious Disease Conference." Cost: $75. St. Louis Hilton Airport, 10330 Natural Bridge Rd. For information and to register: 996-5584.

9 a.m. Research Financial Management Series for Research Administrators. For location and to register: 747-6273.

9:15 a.m. Pediatric Grand Rounds. "Beam Me Up Scotty: Glucose Transporters and the Metabolic Syndrome." Paul Hruz, asst. prof. of pediatrics. Clopton Aud., 4950 Children's Place. 454-6006.

10:30 a.m. Boeing Center for Technology, Information and Manufacturing Operations and Manufacturing Management Seminar. "Lead-time Based Supply Chain Contracts and Coordination." Chester Chambers, visiting asst. prof. of operations and manufacturing management. Simon Hall, Rm. 241. 935-5577.

Noon. Cell Biology & Physiology Seminar. "Mechanisms of Non-visual Ocular Photoreception." Russell Van Gelder, assoc. prof. of ophthalmology & visual sciences. McDonnell Medical Sciences Bldg., Rm. 426. 747-4233.

7:30 p.m. Saint Louis Astronomical Society Meeting. "How to Buy a Telescope." McDonnell Hall, Rm. 162. 935-4614.

Monday, Oct. 23

8 a.m.-5 p.m. St. Louis STD/HIV Prevention Training Center CME Course. "STD Intensive." (Continues 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 24 & 25.) Cost: $125. For location and to register: 747-1522.

Noon. Work, Families and Public Policy Brown Bag Seminar Series. "Income From Wealth and Income From Labor: The Rising Importance of Accumulated Wealth for Economic Well-being." Timothy Smeeding, prof. of economics and public administration, Syracuse U. Eliot Hall, Rm. 300. 935-4918.

4 p.m. Assembly Series. Asian Multicultural Council Lecture. "All the World's a Stage: From Exclusion to Inclusion." B.D. Wong, actor. Graham Chapel. 935-5285.

4 p.m. Foreign Language Learning Colloquium Series. "Extensive Reading Belongs in the Foreign Language Curriculum." Richard Day, prof. and chair of second language studies, U. of Hawaii. Co-sponsored by Asian & Near Eastern Languages & Literatures, Germanic Languages & Literatures and Romance Languages & Literatures. Lab Sciences Bldg., Rm. 300. 935-5175.

4 p.m. Immunology Research Seminar Series. "HIV-specific Immune Responses — Lessons for Vaccines." Andrew McMichael, prof. of molecular medicine, U. of Oxford, England. Farrell Learning & Teaching Center, Connor Aud. 362-2763.

4 p.m. Physics Lecture. "Probing Structure and Bonding in Hydrogen-storage Materials by Combined Neutron-scattering Techniques and First-principle Calculations." Terry Udovic, Center for Neutron Research, National Institute of Standards and Technology. (3:45 p.m. coffee.) Compton Hall, Rm. 241. 935-6276.

5:30 p.m. Cardiac Bioelectricity & Arrhythmia Center Seminar Series. "Device Therapy in Pediatrics: Millivolts to Kilovolts." Edward Rhee, asst. prof. of pediatrics. (5:30 p.m. reception.) Whitaker Hall, Rm. 218. 935-7887.

Tuesday, Oct. 24

8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Center for the Application of Information Technology (CAIT) Three-day Workshop. "Project Management Simulation." (Continues 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Oct. 25 & 26.) Cost: $1500; reduced fees available for CAIT member organizations. CAIT, 5 N. Jackson Ave. To register: 935-4444.

Noon. Molecular Microbiology & Microbial Pathogenesis Seminar Series. "Genetics of SARS — Coronavirus Pathogenesis." Ralph Baric, prof. of epidemiology, microbiology and immunology, U. of N.C. Cori Aud., 4565 McKinley Ave. 747-2132.

Noon. Program in Physical Therapy Research Seminar. Sara Scholtes, doctoral candidate in movement science. 4444 Forest Park Blvd., Lower Lvl., Rm. B108. 286-1400.

1 p.m. Multidisciplinary Clinical Research Career Development Program Seminar. "Obesity Etiology and Policy Effects: Use of Multilevel Methods." Ross Brownson, prof. of community health in epidemiology, St. Louis U. Center for Clinical Research Training, Conference Rm. 1. 454-8255.

4 p.m. Anthropology Colloquium. "Haash Deesh*el: Navajo Hip-hop and the Emergence of the 'Glocal.'" Anthony Webster, asst. prof. of anthropology, Southern Ill. U.-Carbondale. McMillan Hall, Rm. 149. 935-5252.

4 p.m. George Warren Brown School of Social Work Lecture. "Long-term Health Care Shouldn't Be This Way: Two Perspectives." Rosalie Kane, prof. of public health, U. of Minn., and Robert Kane, prof. and Minnesota Chair in Long-Term Care and Aging, U. of Minn. Brown Hall Lounge. 935-7573.

Wednesday, Oct. 25

8:30 a.m.-noon. Career Development Training Program. "Influential Leadership." Open to WUSTL directors, managers and supervisors. Cost: $50. Becker Medical Library, Rm. 601A. Register online at hr.wustl.edu.

11 a.m. Assembly Series. Marjane Satrapi, writer/artist. Graham Chapel. 935-5285.

4 p.m. Biochemistry & Molecular Biophysics Seminar. "Structural Biology of Pilus Biogenesis and Bacterial Attachment." Gabriel Waksman, prof. of structural molecular biology, U. College London-Birkbeck, England. Cori Aud., 4565 McKinley Ave. 362-4152.

4 p.m. Biology & Biomedical Sciences "Frontiers in Human Pathobiology" Lecture Series. "Assembly and Destruction of von Willebrand Factor in Human Disease." Evan Sadler, prof. of medicine. Farrell Learning & Teaching Center, Holden Aud. 362-4806.

Thursday, Oct. 26

8 a.m. Medicine Grand Rounds. "Prevention of Colorectal Cancer." Robert Sandler, Nina C. & John T. Sessions Distinguished Professor and chief of gastroenterology and hepatology, U. of N.C. Clopton Aud., 4950 Children's Place. 362-2031.

Noon. Genetics Seminar Series. "Genetics and Evolution in Sticklebacks." Catherine Peichel, Div. of Human Biology, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle. McDonnell Medical Sciences Bldg., Rm. 823. 362-2139.

2:30 p.m. Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Seminar. "Flocs, Fractals, and Fly Ash: How Does This Fit Into the PMP Program at NSF?" Judy Raper, dir., particulate and multiphase processes, National Science Foundation. (Reception follows, Jolley Hall, Rm. 305.) Cupples II Hall, Rm. 100. 935-6047.

4 p.m. Assembly Series. Thomas Hall Lecture. "Sync: The Emerging Science of Spontaneous Order." Steven Strogatz, prof. of theoretical and applied mechanics, Cornell U. Rebstock Hall, Rm. 215. 935-5285.

4 p.m. Chemistry Lecture. Annual Joseph W. Kennedy Memorial Lectures. "Molecular Nanoscience and Nanotechnology — Why What's Small Is Big." Mark Ratner, Morisson Professor of Chemistry and prof. of materials science & engineering, Northwestern U. (3:45 p.m. coffee, Lab Sciences Bldg., foyer.) Lab Sciences Bldg., Rm. 300. 935-6530.

4:30 p.m. Germanic Languages and Literatures Reading. "Exercises in Being Jewish: Poems and Prose." Esther Dischereit, author. Co-sponsored by the Dept. of Jewish & Near Eastern Languages and Literatures. Duncker Hall, Rm. 201, Hurst Lounge. 935-5106.

4 p.m. History Colloquium. "Conceptualizing Interactions and Contact Between Muslims and Latin Christians, 1100-1600 CE." Ahmet Karamustafa, assoc. prof. of history. (Reception follows.) Brown Hall Lounge. 935-5450.

6:30 p.m. Architecture Lecture Series. "The Practice of Work: From Silence to Speech." Ann Hamilton, sculptor, prof. of art, Ohio State U. Brown Hall, Rm. 100. 935-9300.

Friday, Oct. 27

9:15 a.m. Pediatric Grand Rounds. "Maslow and Self-actualized Erthyrocytes: Vascular Control and the Secret Life of Hemoglobin." Allan Doctor, assoc. prof. of pediatrics. Clopton Aud., 4950 Children's Place. 454-6006.

10:30 a.m. Boeing Center for Technology, Information and Manufacturing Operations and Manufacturing Management Seminar. "Strategic Customer Behavior, Commitment and Supply Chain Performance." Fuqiang Zhang, asst. prof. of operations and design technologies, U. of Calif., Irvine. Simon Hall, Rm. 241. 935-5577.

Noon. Cell Biology & Physiology Seminar. "Theme and Variations in Notch Signaling: The Vertebrate Kidney and Somite Tell Their Story." Raphael Kopan, prof. of molecular biology & pharmacology and of internal medicine. McDonnell Medical Sciences Bldg., Rm. 426. 362-6823.

Noon. Gastrointestinal Research Conference. "Epidemiologic Studies of Colon Cancer Precursors." Robert Sandler, Nina C. and John T. Sessions Distinguished Professor and chief of gastroenterology and hepatology, U. of N.C. Clinical Sciences Research Bldg., Rm. 901. 362-2031.

2 p.m. Chemistry Lecture. Annual Joseph W. Kennedy Memorial Lectures. "Molecular Transport Junctions — Mechanisms and Behaviors." Mark Ratner, Morisson Professor of Chemistry and prof. of materials science & engineering, Northwestern U. McMillen Lab., Rm. 311. 935-6530.

Monday, Oct. 30

8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Center for the Application of Information Technology (CAIT) Two-day Workshop. "Take Action: Contribute to Your Firm as a High-impact IT Professional." (Continues 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Oct. 31.) Cost: $1195; reduced fees available for CAIT member organizations. CAIT, 5 N. Jackson Ave. For alternate times and to register: 935-4444.

4 p.m. Condensed Matter/Materials & Biological Physics Seminar. "Carbon Nanotube Nanofluidics." Olgica Bakajin, chemistry and materials science directorate, Lawrence Livermore National Labs, Calif. (3:45 coffee.) Compton Hall, Rm. 241. 935-6276.

4 p.m. Immunology Research Seminar Series. "Signaling by Receptors With Two Transmembrane Domains." Timothy Springer, Latham Family Professor of Pathology, Harvard U. Farrell Learning & Teaching Center, Connor Aud. 362-2763.

5:30 p.m. Cardiac Bioelectricity & Arrhythmia Center Seminar Series. "Therapeutic Ultrasound." Achi Ludomirsky, Louis Larrick Ward Professor of Pediatrics and Biomedical Engineering. (5 p.m. reception.) Whitaker Hall, Rm. 218. 935-7887.

7 p.m. Architecture Lecture Series. Alex Wall, prof. of urban design, U. of Karlsruhe, Germany. Lab Sciences Bldg., Rm. 300. 935-9300.

Tuesday, Oct. 31

Noon. Molecular Microbiology & Microbial Pathogenesis Seminar Series. "Polymicrobial Infections and Pulmonary Exacerbations in Cystic Fibrosis: From Bedside to Bench (and Back Again)." Michael Surette, prof. and Canada Research Chair in microbial gene expression, Dept. of Microbiology & Infectious Diseases, U. of Calgary. Cori Aud., 4565 McKinley Ave. 286-2891.

1 p.m. Multidisciplinary Clinical Research Career Development Program Seminar. "Clinical Research and Obesity." Samuel Klein, William H. Danforth Professor of Medicine and Nutritional Science. Center for Clinical Research Training, Conf. Rm. 1. 454-8255.

3 p.m. School of Law "Access to Justice" Public Interest Law Speaker Series. "Has Modern Complex Litigation Outgrown the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure? The Case of Antitrust." Richard Epstein, James Parker Hall Distinguished Service Professor of Law, U. of Chicago. Anheuser-Busch Hall. 935-4958.

Wednesday, Nov. 1

8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Center for the Application of Information Technology (CAIT) One-day Workshop. "The Business-IT Partnership: Delivering Business Results." Cost: $900; reduced fees available for CAIT member organizations. To register: 935-4444.

11 a.m. Assembly Series. Black Arts & Sciences Lecture. "Self-determination: Where Do We Begin?" bell hooks, author. Graham Chapel. 935-5285.

Noon. Sam Fox School Brown Bag Lunch Discussion Series. Sabine Eckmann, museum dir. and curator. Kemper Art Museum, Rm. 104. 935-4523.

4 p.m. Biology & Biomedical Sciences "Frontiers in Human Pathobiology" Lecture Series. Louis Muglia, prof. of pediatrics. Farrell Learning & Teaching Center, Holden Aud. 362-4806.

Music

Thursday, Oct. 26

8 p.m. Jazz at Holmes. Peter Martin, pianist, and Maurice Carnes on drums. Ridgley Hall, Holmes Lounge. 935-4841.

On Stage

Tuesday, Oct. 24

7 p.m. School of Medicine Presentation. Corpus Delicti: Just Desserts. Local Infinities Visual Theater. (Also Oct. 25, same time.) Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Ethics & Human Values and the Humanities Program in Medicine. Clopton Aud., 4950 Children's Place. To reserve seating: 454-7116.

Friday, Oct. 27

8 p.m. Performing Arts Dept. Presentation. Fiddler on the Roof. Jeffery Matthews, dir. (Also 8 p.m. Oct. 28, Nov. 3 & 4; 2 p.m. Oct. 29 & Nov. 5.) Cost: $15, $9 for students, children, seniors, WUSTL faculty & staff. Edison Theatre. 935-6543.

Sports

Thursday, Oct. 19

7 p.m. Volleyball vs. U. of Mo.-St. Louis. Athletic Complex. 935-4705.

7:30 p.m. Men's soccer vs. Greenville College. Francis Field. 935-4705.

Saturday, Oct. 21

Noon. Football vs. Case Western Reserve U. Francis Field. 935-4705.

Monday, Oct. 23

7:30 p.m. Men's soccer vs. Principia College. Francis Field. 935-4705.

Friday, Oct. 27

5 p.m. Women's soccer vs. Brandeis U. Francis Field. 935-4705.

7:30 p.m. Men's soccer vs. Brandeis U. Francis Field. 935-4705.

Saturday, Oct. 28

Noon. Football vs. Carnegie Mellon U. Francis Field. 935-4705.

Sunday, Oct. 29

11 a.m. Women's soccer vs. N.Y.U. Francis Field. 935-4705.

1:30 p.m. Men's soccer vs. N.Y.U. Francis Field. 935-4705.

Worship

Saturday, Oct. 28

4:30 p.m. Catholic Mass. Sponsored by the Catholic Student Center. Fontbonne U. Chapel. 935-9191.

Sunday, Oct. 29

11 a.m. Catholic Mass. Sponsored by the Catholic Student Center. Fontbonne U. Chapel. 935-9191.

9 p.m. Catholic Mass. Sponsored by the Catholic Student Center. Fontbonne U. Chapel. 935-9191.

And more...

Thursday, Oct. 19

4 p.m. University Libraries Panel Discussion. "Re-imagining Motion: Martha Graham and Barbara Morgan." Women's Bldg. Formal Lounge. 935-5495.

Wednesday, Oct. 25

Noon. Post-Assembly Series Student Discussion. Sponsored by the Center for the Study of Ethics & Human Values. To register: 935-9358.

Thursday, Oct. 26

8 p.m. Writing Program Reading Series. Readings from the work of late faculty member Charles Newman. Duncker Hall, Rm. 201, Hurst Lounge. 935-7130.

Wednesday, Nov. 1

Noon. Post-Assembly Series Student Discussion. Sponsored by the Center for the Study of Ethics & Human Values. To register: 935-9358.

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