Toni Pearson, neurology, discussant. Sponsored by Dept. of Neurology Grand Rounds Lecture Series, Peds Resident CPC. Farrell Learning and Teaching Center, Connor Aud.
Seminar: “Geochemical Alteration of Fractures in the Subsurface Environment: A Pore- and Core-Scale Perspective”
Hang Deng, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Sponsored by EECE Seminar Series. Brauer Hall, Room 12.
(11:45 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.) Special meeting with Sheena Chestnut Greitens, U. of Missouri; Brookings Inst. A joint meeting with the Gov’t Policy Work Group. Sponsored by Undergraduate Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences and the Dept. of History. Danforth University Center, Rooms 232 and 239.
Victoria Mutheu is a Kenyan farmer, oral historian, and documentarian. Sponsored by IAS / SIR Speaker Series. McMillan Hall Café.
David Dyzenhaus, U. of Toronto. Discussant: Brian Tamanaha, law. Co-sponsored by Political Science Speakers Series and the Program in Legal Studies. Seigle Hall, Room 248.
Chengjie Xiong, biostatistics. Sponsored by Div. of Biostatistics Seminar Series. Medical School Becker Library, Room 502.
Sharon Morsink, U. of Alberta, Canada. Sponsored by Dept. of Physics. Compton Hall, Room 241.
Julie Cumming, Schulich School of Music, McGill U. Sponsored by Dept. of Music. Music Classroom Bldg., Room 102.
Group focuses on secondary data sources that can help us understand issues relevant for a person’s life course and aging. Sponsored by the Friedman Center for Aging at the Inst. for Public Health. Danforth Campus, Hillman Hall, Room 300.
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Exhibits and Ongoing Events
A special exhibit at Olin Library, celebrates the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. The exhibit runs through March 30, 2018. (The opening event is Nov. 27 at 10 a.m.) Curated by students in IPH 450A: Frankenstein, Origins and Afterlives. Danforth Campus, Olin Library, Special Collections.
Features artwork by photographer Richard Keeling and eco-friendly 3D decorative pieces created with everyday objects by Rashmi Ramani. On display through March 10. Contact Kevin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 314-747-3284. Medical Campus, Farrell Learning and Teaching Center, 520 S. Euclid Ave. 63110, 2nd floor Hearth area.
This is a traveling display throughout the campuses of posters highlighting notable African Americans in science and technology. It will be on display in the WUSM Becker Medical Library from Feb. 1-11 and the Farrell Learning and Teaching Center (FLTC) Atrium from Feb. 12-28. The traveling poster series then can be seen in Seigle Hall on the Danforth Campus from March 5-29; and again at the FLTC Atrium from Aug. 1-31. Info contact and sponsors online.
Recent prints produced by Island Press, WashU’s collaborative printmaking workshop. On view from Feb. 2 through April 16. Support provided by the Kemper Foundation and members of the Kemper Art Museum. Kemper Art Museum, Ebsworth Gallery.
This exhibition presents a selection of printed and editioned artworks from the permanent collection created by leading figures associated with European and American abstraction, Pop and Op art, and Conceptual art. On view from Feb. 2 through April 16. Support provided by the Kemper Foundation and members of the Kemper Art Museum. Kemper Art Museum, Ebsworth Gallery.
This exhibition examines the rich history of architectural planning and design for the east end of WashU’s Danforth Campus. On view from Feb. 2 through May 21. Sponsored by the Kemper Foundation, Elissa and Paul Cahn, and members of the Kemper Art Museum. Kemper Art Museum, Garen Gallery.
This exhibition presents the complete portfolio of lithographs and silkscreens sold by the Experiments in Art and Technology to raise the funds to build the permanent collection of American art of the 1960s in Stockholm. On view from Feb. 2 through May 21. Sponsored by the Sam Fox School, in conjunction with a course taught by Tom Reed, senior lecturer and master printer of Island Press. Kemper Art Museum, Teaching Gallery.
On view from Feb. 8 through March 10. The opening reception is from 6 to 8 p.m. on Feb. 8. Gallery hours are Wed., Fri., and Sat. from 1 to 6 p.m. and by appointment. Des Lee Gallery, 1627 Washington Ave. 63103. 314-621-8735.
Display runs through March 31. The third edition of The Open Collection features a range of urban planning documents from the past century of St. Louis planning history. See web page for hours. Located in display cases inside the Kranzberg Art & Architecture Library Special Collections, which is located on the lower level of the Kemper Art Museum.