85th Five College Chemistry Lecture Series Event:
THE ORIGINS AND DEVELOPMENT OF ICP-MASS SPECTROMETRY: A 20 YEAR RESEARCH PROJECT IN INSTRUMENTATION, Prof. Sam Houk
Dept. of Chemistry and Ames Laboratory, Iowa State University, Ames, IA; Date and Event Location: Wednesday April 12 at 4:30 -5:30 pm, Adele Simmons Hall, Ruth Hammen Auditorium.
Using music, pieces of literature, and rituals that engage the human condition, Christian Hayden seeks to engage people in crafting ethical and reflective experiences. Join this interactive workshop, first by participating in an experience called Journeys, an exercise that asks people to reflect on where they came from, and where they seek to go. Then by applying: by crafting a new reflective experience as a group that uses movement, music and words to encourage dialogue and deep exchange about a topic of interest to the group. Christian Hayden is a Mossler Fellow with the AEU and a Community Educator with Women Against Abuse.
Why do languages change? Why do they die? Are there any important differences between an ancient language, an old language and a recently extinct language? Can we prevent language death? Should we? What are the cultural and political ramifications? This week at CBD Student Group we welcome special guest, Prof. Dag Haug (University of Oslo), who will lead a discussion addressing these questions.
All are welcome. Enjoy a yummy dinner with vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free options available. CEL-1 credit available.
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