Lecture/Talk
Rethinking the Antibiotic Arsenal: New Strategies for the Age of the Microbiome

April 13, 2015
4:00 pm

Goodell Hall, Bernie Dallas Room

The guest lectures are Regan Shields Ives & Tony Hsiao.

April 14, 2015
5:30 pm

Integrative Learning Center, S211

Brian R. Sturtevant gives an overview on his research program investigating fire and insect disturbance and their interactions with human activities shaping forest landscapes. 

April 15, 2015
3:30 pm

Morrill Science Center, 134

The Massachusetts Center for Interdisciplinary Renaissance Studies presents a "Rare Book Show and Tell." Come see some highlights of the Renaissance Center's extensive rare book collection! 

April 15, 2015
4:00 pm-5:00 pm

Massachusetts Center for Interdisciplinary Renaissance Studies

Brenda Pereyra is an Associate Professor at the Universidad Nacional de Lanus, Argentina and is a Doctoral Candidate in Social Sciences at the Universidad de Buenos Aires.  Professor Pereyra specializes in  women in Argentine contemporary social movements.

April 15, 2015
6:00 pm-8:00 pm

Herter Hall, 601

The Massachusetts Center for Interdisciplinary Renaissance Studies presents its annual Dan S. Collins Memorial Lecture. This year, we are welcoming Laura L. Knoppers, Professor of English at the University of Notre Dame. 

April 21, 2015
4:00 pm

Massachusetts Center for Interdisciplinary Renaissance Studies

"Growing Up Digital: From the Times to the Marshall Project," presented by Gabriel Dance, a multi-media journalist, Pulitzer-Prize winning team member at The Guardian for the National Security Agency leaks story, and now a managing editor for the Marshall Project, a non-profit investigative journalism startup focusing on crime and punishment in the US. Part of the Social Science Matters series.

April 23, 2015
4:00 pm

Integrative Learning Center, N400

"Learning to Labor in the 21st Century," presented by Katherine S. Newman. Part of the Social Science Matters series.

April 28, 2015
4:00 pm-6:00 pm

Campus Center, Hadley Room

Changes in regional forest composition in response to climate change are often predicted using niche-based models or biophysical process models that either do not account for or greatly simplify processes such as succession, dispersal, and tree harvest. 

April 29, 2015
3:30 pm

Morrill Science Center, 134

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