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"University Events" lists a portion of the activities taking place Oct. 26-Nov. 8 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. Through Oct. 27. (Presented by Eli Lilly and Co.) Siteman Cancer Center, West County Office, 969 N. Mason Rd. 996-8270.

Film

Friday, Nov. 3

6 & 8:30 p.m. Travel Lecture Series. Denmark & Sweden — The Kingdoms of Scandinavia. Jim McDonald, dir. Graham Chapel. For costs: 935-5212.

Lectures

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 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.

11 a.m. Computer Science & Engineering Colloquium. "Automatic Generation of Computer Models From Multi-modal Biomedical Imaging." Chandrajit Bajaj, Computational Applied Mathematics Chair in Visualization and prof. of computer science, U. of Texas. Cupples II Hall, Rm. 217. 935-6132.

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: $1,195; 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.

4 p.m. Asian & Near Eastern Languages and Literatures Lecture. "Culture and Authenticity in a Tourist Economy: Displaying the National Poet in Tunisia." Mohamed-Salah Omri, dir., Centre for Mediterranean Studies, U. of Exeter, England. Duncker Hall, Rm. 201, Hurst Lounge. 935-5170.

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.

4 p.m. Physics Colloquium. "Fermion Glue in the Hubbard Model — What is the Cuprate Pairing Mechanism?" Thomas Maier, computational science and math division, Oak Ridge National Lab., Tenn. (3:30 p.m. coffee, Compton Hall, Rm. 245.) Crow Hall, Rm. 204. 935-2676.

4 p.m. School of Social Work Lecture. "Humanitarian Assistance: Business Is Booming." Greg Gottlieb, dir., USAID Office for Foreign Disaster Assistance. (Reception follows.) Goldfarb Hall, Rm. 132. 935-8232.

Thursday, Nov. 2

Noon. Genetics Seminar Series. "Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Copper Nutrition in Chlamydomonas." Sabeeha Merchant, prof. of biochemistry, U. of Calif., Los Angeles. McDonnell Medical Sciences Bldg., Rm. 823. 362-2139.

4 p.m. History Colloquium. "Freedom is Not Enough: The Opening of the American Workplace." Nancy MacLean, prof. of history and African American studies, Northwestern U. (Reception follows.) Brown Hall Lounge. 935-5450.

4:30 p.m. School of Law "Access to Justice" Public Interest Law Speaker Series. "Prisons Beyond the Law: Guantanamo and the Abuse of Presidential Power." Joseph Margulies, lecturer and trial lawyer, MacArthur Justice Center, Northwestern U. Anheuser-Busch Hall. 935-4958.

6 p.m. East Asian Studies Lecture. Annual Nelson I. Wu Memorial Lecture on Asian Art and Culture. "Horyuji Temple: Establishing Chinese-style Architecture in Japan." Nancy Steinhardt, prof. of East Asian art, U. of Penn. (Reception follows.) Saint Louis Art Museum Aud., 1 Fine Arts Drive. 935-4448.

Friday, Nov. 3

11 a.m. East Asian Studies Lecture. "Yuan Wall Painting in the New Millennium." Nancy Steinhardt, prof. of East Asian art, U. of Penn. Ridgley Hall, Rm. 219. 935-4448.

Noon. Cell Biology & Physiology Seminar. "Flies, Disease and Drugs." Ross Cagan, prof. of molecular biology & pharmacology. McDonnell Medical Sciences Bldg., Rm. 426. 747-4233.

1:30 p.m. Physics High-energy Astrophysics Seminar. "Particle Acceleration in Relativistic and Mildly Relativistic Astrophysical Shocks." Don Ellison, prof. of physics, N.C. State U. (1:15 p.m. coffee.) Compton Hall, Rm. 241. 935-6276.

6:30 p.m. Sam Fox School Lecture. Felicity Scott, asst. prof. of architecture, Columbia U. (6 p.m. reception.) Kemper Art Museum, Rm. 103. 935-4523.

Saturday, Nov. 4

12:30-4 p.m. Mindfulness Day Colloquium. "Women in Buddhism." Co-sponsored by the Religious Studies Program and the Buddhist Council of Greater St. Louis. Busch Hall, Rm. 100. 576-4900.

Sunday, Nov. 5

7 p.m. Center for the Study of Ethics & Human Values Lecture. Boniuk-Tanzman Lecture. "Jewish Medical Ethics." Fred Rosner, prof. of medicine, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York. Ridgley Hall, Holmes Lounge. To register: 935-9358.

Monday, Nov. 6

11 a.m. Midwest Center of Regional Excellence for Biodefense and Emerging Infectious Diseases Guest Lecture. "Rickettsial Diseases as Bioterror Threats." David Walker, executive dir., U. of Texas Medical Branch Center for Biodefense and Emerging Infectious Diseases. Farrell Learning & Teaching Center, Holden Case Study Rm. 286-0432.

Noon. Molecular Biology & Pharmacology Seminar. "Regulation and Specificity of Wnt/Frizzled Planar Cell Polarity Signaling." Marek Mlodzik, prof. of molecular, cell & developmental biology, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York. South Bldg., Rm. 3907, Philip Needle-man Library. 747-3339.

Noon. Work, Families and Public Policy Brown Bag Seminar Series. "Time Use and Household Production." Robert Pollak, Robert E. Hernreich Distinguished Professor of Economics. Eliot Hall, Rm. 300. 935-4918.

4 p.m. Center for Materials Innovation Seminar. "Crystalline sp2 Nanocarbons" Peter Eklund, prof. of physics and materials science & engineering, Penn. State U. (3:45 p.m. coffee.) Compton Hall, Rm. 241. 935-9305.

4 p.m. Immunology Research Seminar Series. "CATERPILLERs (NOD, NLR) and Plexins: Novel Genes in Innate and Adaptive Immunity." Jenny Ting, Alumni Distinguished Professor of Microbiology and Immunology, U. of N.C. Farrell Learning & Teaching Center, Connor Aud. 362-2763.

4:30 p.m. Anesthesiology Lecture. Inaugural Russell D. and Mary B. Shelden Professorship in Anesthesiology Lecture. "Rational Drug Selection in Anesthesia — Optimizing Efficacy and Safety." Evan Kharasch, Russell D. and Mary B. Shelden Professor in Anesthesiology. Eric P. Newman Education Center, Seminar Rm. B. 286-0028.

5:30 p.m. Cardiac Bioelectricity & Arrhythmia Center Seminar Series. "Advances in Arrhythmia Ablation: What Challenges Lie Ahead?" Bruce Lindsay, assoc. prof. of medicine. (5 p.m. reception.) Whitaker Hall, Rm. 218. 935-7887.

7 p.m. Sam Fox School Architecture Lecture Series. Robert Rogers and Jonathan Marvel, Rogers Marvel Architects, New York. Co-sponsored by the American Inst. of Architects St. Louis Chapter Scholarship Fund. Brown Hall, Rm. 118. 935-9300.

Tuesday, Nov. 7

8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Center for the Application of Information Technology Three-day Workshop. "Business Requirements Management." (Continues 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Nov. 8 & 9.) Cost: $1,455; reduced fees available for CAIT member organizations. CAIT, 5 N. Jackson Ave. To register: 935-4444.

Noon. Molecular Microbiology & Microbial Pathogenesis Seminar Series. "Polar Localization of Bacterial Autotransporter Proteins." Marcia Goldberg, assoc. prof. of medicine, Harvard U. Cori Aud., 4565 McKinley Ave. 362-1485.

Noon. Program in Physical Therapy Research Seminar. "Understanding the Role of the Environment on Physical Activity." Ross Brownson, prof. of epidemiology, St. Louis U. 4444 Forest Park Blvd., Lower Lvl., Rm. B108. 286-1400.

4 p.m. Anthropology Colloquium. "Random Genetic Drift and the Evolution of Craniometric Diversity in the Genus Homo." Charles Roseman, visiting asst. prof. of neurobiology. MacMillan Hall, Rm. 149. 935-5252.

4 p.m. School of Law "Access to Justice" Public Interest Law Speaker Series. "Addressing America's Most Pressing Problems." Richard A. Gephardt, former U.S. Congressman, advisory board chairman, Richard A. Gephardt Inst. for Public Service. Anheuser-Busch Hall, Bryan Cave Moot Court Room. 935-4958.

5:30 p.m. Biochemistry & Molecular Biophysics Biophysical Evenings Seminar. "Molecular Mechanism and Allosteric Effects of Microtubule Drugs." David Sept, asst. prof. of biomedical engineering. Cori Aud., 4565 McKinley Ave. 362-4152.

7 p.m. Sam Fox School Lecture. "An Arrangement of Pictures." Louise Lawler, artist. (6 p.m. reception.) Brown Hall, Rm. 118. 935-4523.

Wednesday, Nov. 8

11 a.m. Assembly Series. Holocaust Memorial Lecture. David Rieff, author. Graham Chapel. 935-5285.

Noon. Sam Fox School Brown Bag Lunch Discussion Series. Meredith Malone, curatorial intern. Kemper Art Museum, Rm. 104. 935-4523.

4 p.m. Division of Biology & Biomedical Sciences "Frontiers in Human Pathobiology" Lecture Series. Yoel Sadovsky, prof. of obstetrics & gynecology. Farrell Learning & Teaching Center, Holden Aud. 362-4806.

7 p.m. Sam Fox School Architecture Lecture Series. Cannon Design Lecture for Excellence in Architecture & Engineering. Douglas Garofalo, Garofalo Architects Inc., Chicago. Whitaker Hall Aud. 935-9300.

Music

Thursday, Oct. 26

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

Thursday, Nov. 2

8 p.m. Jazz at Holmes. Eric Stiller, bassist, and his group. Ridgley Hall, Holmes Lounge. 935-4841.

On Stage

Friday, Oct. 27

8 p.m. Performing Arts Dept. 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

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.

Saturday, Nov. 4

Noon. Women's soccer vs. U. of Chicago. Francis Field. 935-4705.

2:30 p.m. Men's soccer vs. U. of Chicago. 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. 26

4 p.m. Comparative Literature Panel Discussion. Lydia Scheuermann Hodak, playwright. Co-sponsored by depts. of Germanic Languages & Literatures and Romance Languages & Literatures and Women & Gender Studies Program. McDonnell Hall, Rm. 362. 935-5170.

4:30 p.m. Germanic Languages & 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.

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.

Friday, Nov. 3

11 a.m.-4 p.m. Campus Store Knit-in. Mallinckrodt Student Center, WUSTL Campus Store. 935-5580.

Wednesday, Nov. 8

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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