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Shinohara’s Solo Exhibitions to be Displayed in Japan
Master printmaker Keiji Shinohara, artist in residence, will have three solo exhibitions in 2015.” The title is “Keiji Shinohara: Woodcut.” The first will be at the Odakyu Shinjuku Art Salon in Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan March 11-17. For more information call 03-3342-1111 (Japan). The second show will be at Art Zone-Kaguraoka in Kyoto, Japan May 9-May…

Gruen Speaks at Minding Animals Conference in India
Lori Gruen, chair and professor of philosophy, was a distinguished guest speaker at the third Minding Animals Conference (MAC) in New Delhi, India on Dec. 7. Gruen also is professor of environmental studies, professor of feminist, gender and sexuality studies. During the conference, Gruen discussed “Entangled Empathy,” which is the topic of her most recent book. Gruen notes…

Huwel, Morgan Investigate Dynamics of Laser-Induced Sparks in Helium
Lutz Huwel, professor of physics, and Thomas Morgan, the Foss Professor of Physics, are the co-authors of an article titled “Investigating the dynamics of laser induced sparks in atmospheric helium using Rayleigh and Thomson scattering,” published in the Journal of Applied Physics, Volume 117 in January 2015. The paper describes the use of two laser systems…

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Event Calendar

Tuesday, March 03, 2015

IRB Workshop: Faculty

Downey 113 (Hobbs Classroom)

Thursday, March 05, 2015

Africanizing Technology (March 5-6th)

Allbritton 311

Friday, March 06, 2015

Africanizing Technology (March 5-6th)

Usdan 110 (Andersen Meeting Room)