Invited teams of Engineering students will be competing:
- for surprise Challenge Game theme when they arrive at E7-2317 (Conrad Hub)
- for half-hour to earn House (Engineering Departments) points,
- for the Winter 2020 season (there are three games scheduled over lunch hour this Fall season).
Lunch will be provided to FANS and TEAMS! But you must pre-register to attend.
You get to support, cheer and receive FAN points for prizes at the end of the season!
Research Ethics will be offering drop-in sessions throughout February, March and April to answer questions related to the ethics process, including submitting, renewing, and amending an application. Come prepared with your questions and a laptop.
These sessions are for faculty and students and will take place in the Dana Porter Library (study booth on the main floor) from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. every Wednesday until April 29, 2020.
Professor Waldeck will describe recent studies that investigate the effects of electron spin in electron transfer and electron initiated chemical reactions of supramolecular assemblies and at electrodes. Charge polarization and charge transfer in chiral molecules and assemblies is accompanied by spin polarization and spin transfer, because of the chiral induced spin selectivity (CISS) effect. In the first part of the talk, he will describe the discovery of CISS 1999 and trace our understanding of its basic features through an exposition of key experiments.
Featuring singer Mary-Catherine Pazzano and pianist Paul Stouffer, the program will be a jazzy exploration of Bernstein's iconic West Side Story, while also delving into his various musicals (On the Town, Wonderful Town), and classical works as well such as MASS, Peter Pan, and Candide.
Learn about the different key components of a pitch and have the opportunity to see winning pitches live! Learn from our experienced Concept Coach, and a previous competition winner, on how to best pitch your idea.
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