Dr. Maxime Bouchard, Biochemistry, McGill
An interdisciplinary "dialogic" session.
The Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) has broadcast three consecutive annual webcasts on the topic of campus-based sustainability. This year, they will explore in depth a range of institutions - two-year, four-year, research - and see where they are in integrating sustainability throughout the campus.
FREE LUNCH TIME BBQ for new and returning Education students. Special games and prizes. Undergraduate academic advisors and Student Affairs Office will be on hand to answer questions.
Ali Asani, Dept of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, Harvard
Chemical Society (J. T. Donald Lecture): Harold Kroto (1996 Nobel Prize in Chemistry), Florida State University. Public lecture.
Shmuel Shepkaru, University of Oklahoma, author of "Jewish Martyrs in the Pagan and Christian Worlds." Sponsored by the Solomon and Dorothy Levites series of public lectures and symposia in Jewish Studies.
The Gisia Kisilevsky Lectures in Jewish Law: Michael Jay Broyde, professor, Emory University School of Law; projects director, Center for the Study of Law and Religion, Emory; author (The Pursuit of Justice: A Jewish Perspective on Practicing Law (2006), Human Rights and Judaism (1997) and Divorce and the Abandoned Wife in Jewish Law (2001). He is also a dayan (judge) on the Beth Din of America, the leading rabbinical court in the United States.
The Gisia Kisilevsky Lectures in Jewish Law: Suzannne Last Stone, professor of law, Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University; director, Program in Jewish Law; Visiting Professor, Columbia University Law School, 2006-07. Her publications include "In Pursuit of the Countertext: The Turn to the Jewish Legal Model in Contemporary American Legal Theory" (Harvard Law Review) and "Feminism and the Rabbinic Conception of Justice" (in Women and Gender in Jewish Philosophy, 2004).
Presenters: Jennifer MacLean, "Advancing Paternal Age and Autism," ref. D. Reichenberg et al., Arch Gen Psych 63: 1026-1032, 2006; Nathalie Bolduc, "Very mild cases of Rett syndrome with skewed X inactivation," ref. P. Huppke et al., J. Med. Genet. - published online first: 11 May 2006.