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What’s Happening the Week of 9/25/17?

Life Science Lunchbags:

Lab Safety Seminar
Margaret Rakas, Environmental Health and Safety Officer, Smith College

In order to work in a lab with biological materials and/or chemicals, Smith College requires all students to attend a lab safety seminar once during their Smith career. Even if you’re not planning to start working in a lab until January, come now. All you have to do is eat, listen, and fill out a 1-page form and you will be able to meet this requirement!

Mon 9/25 12:10 – 1:0o pm. McC103. Lunch Provided. Please bring your own beverage.

The Mary Elizabeth Dickason King ’47, M.D. Annual Lecture Series in the Life Sciences:

Sex-Specific Responses to a High-Sugar Diet in C. elegans
Michelle A. Mondoux, ’98 Biology Department, College of the Holy Cross

Mon 9/25 4:30pm, McC 103. Refreshments served at 4:00pm in McC Foyer

Sigma Xi Lecture Series:

Slowing the water: Landscape and Water Supply
Andrew Guswa, Professor and Program Director, Engineering

Tue 9/26, 12:00pm, McC 103. Lunch Provided.

Chemistry/Biochemistry Lunchbags

Research Presentation
Nuru Stracey, Visiting Assistant Professor, Chemistry

Wed 9/27, 12:10 pm, Ford 240. Lunch Provided. Please bring your own beverage.

CEEDS/Environmental Science and Policy Lunch Presentations

NOAA Internship Presentations
Come for lunch and to hear from some of the Smithies who spent their summer interning at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) this summer. Find out how you can apply for an internship for next summer!

Wed 9/27, 12:10 pm, McConnell 103. Lunch Provided.

Math Lunch Talk:

Spatial synchrony of periodical cicadas: insights from mathematical models
Julie Blackwood, Williams College

Thu 9/28, 12:00pm Math Forum, Burton 304. Lunch Provided. Please bring your own beverage.

Geosciences Lunch Talk

Natural to Anthropogenic Impact on Climate Change – Eastern Asia to the Pioneer Valley
Kinuyo Kanamaru, Amherst College

Thu 9/28, 12:00pm, Sabin Reed 103. Lunch Provided. Please bring your own beverage.

Health and STEM Professions Lunchbags

Topic TBA
Fri 9/29 , 12:10pm, McConnell 103. Lunch Provided. Please bring your own beverage.

Physics Department Fall Seminar Series

The Spider Instrument: Measuring the Cosmic Microwave Background from the Stratosphere
and Demystifying Physics Graduate School
Stevie Bergman ‘09 Physics, Doctoral student, Princeton University

Fri 9/29 , 4:15 pm, McConnell 103. Tea and cookies served at 4:00pm.

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