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Master's Recital: Austin Lamarche, percussion

04 May 201517:00
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17:00

Classes of Fabrice Marandola & Aiyun Huang

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Master's Recital: Austin Lamarche, percussion

04 May 201517:00
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17:00

Classes of Fabrice Marandola & Aiyun Huang

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Master's Recital : Alex Soloway, piano

04 May 201520:00
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20:00

Class of Ilya Poletaev

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Master's Recital : Melissa Achten, harp

04 May 201520:00
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20:00

Class of Jennifer Swartz

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Press Conference: The Guzzo Family supports Mental Health Research for Children with Dr. Danielle Groleau as the guest speaker

05 May 201510:00
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12:00

A press conference will be held in recognition of the contributions they will be making to children's mental health research.  Dr. Danielle Groleau will be the guest speaker at this event.

CCVC Seminar: Melanie Sanford - Development of New Reactions for the Introduction of Fluorine into Organic Molecules

05 May 201513:00
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14:30

This presentation will discuss our group's recent work ondeveloping new transition metal catalyzed methods for introducing fluorine and trifluoromethyl groups into organic molecules.

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Master's Recital: Saki Uchida, piano

05 May 201517:00
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17:00

Class of Kyoko Hashimoto

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Killam Seminar: Relating Neural and Mental Representations using fMRI

05 May 201516:00
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17:00

Speaker:  Russell A. Poldrack, Professor of Psychology & Neurobiology University of Texas at Austin Imaging Research Centre

Master's Recital: Amanda Poole, soprano

05 May 201520:00
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20:00

Class of Aline Kutan

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Public Choices, Private Lives: An End-of-Life Conversation

05 May 201518:00
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20:00

The Council on Palliative Care presents the 18th Annual Sandra Goldberg Lecture as part of its ‘Lessons in Living from the Dying’ lecture series.

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Research Seminar: Restorative Indigenous child welfare practices in British Columbia by Pr. Shelly Johnson

06 May 201512:00
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13:00

Shelly Johnson, faculty at the University of British Columbia School of Social Work, presents Restorative Indigenous child welfare practices in British Columbia.

Restorative Indigenous child welfare practices in British Columbia

06 May 201512:00
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13:00

Restorative Indigenous child welfare practices in British Columbia by Shelly Johnson from the University of British Columbia School of Social Work

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