Rescheduled from February 11, 2005.
Hear what the Arts Renaissance is beginning to mean for learning in Arts. Panelists: Rhonda Amsel, Psychology: "Large classes"; Juliet Johnson, Political Science: "Simulations"; Max Reed, SSMU: "Student-centred learning"; Adam Finkelstein, IMS: "Integrating technology in instruction"; Paul Yachnin, English: "Research-based learning." Includes short question and answer period and discussion groups animated by the panelists. Refreshments will be served.
Dr Peter Roepstorff, Dept of Molecular Biology, Odense University, and Danish Biotechnology Instrument Centre, DABIC, Odense, Denmark. Coffee & cookies 15 min. before seminar (2nd floor); lunch & discussion with speaker after (2nd floor). Co-sponsored by Perkin Elmer and Agilent Technologies.
On the search for a synthesis between environment, development and evolution: The case of winged and wingless ants
Dr Ehab Abouheif, Biology, McGill
Dr Patrick Heun, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, UC Berkeley