Katharina Lodders, research professor of Earth and planetary sciences in Arts & Sciences, presents a colloquium. Lodders studies elemental composition of the solar system, the formation of star dust in cool star atmospheres, the chemical processes in the solar nebula and other accretion disks and the formation of meteorite parent bodies. Location: Rm. 203.
Professor Samuel Moyn, Henry R. Luce Professor of Jurisprudence and professor of history at Yale University, will give this lecture. He is visiting WashU to start off a Mellon-funded vertical seminar that involves graduate students and faculty from across Arts & Sciences. A reception will follow the lecture.
Carey Gillam, an investigative journalist, will present this talk on industry influence and pesticide science. Location: Rm. 204. Event contact: Bradley Jones, 314-935-5346, email@example.com; Glenn Stone, 314-935-5252, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Catholic Mass Every Sunday at 11 am and 4:30 pm. All are welcome. There’s even a meal for students after the Mass at 4:30 pm. Event contact: Troy Woytek; email@example.com; 314-935-9191 x 222.
Alan Plotzker, fellow, Knight ADRC, will present this seminar. Sponsored by the Knight Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center. Location: BJH South, 1st Floor.
This event features William Powderly, the director of the Institute of Public Health (IPH) and the Institute of Clinical and Translation Sciences (ICTS), as he talks about linking discovery science and public health. Light refreshments will be served. All interested parties are requested to RSVP for the event. Sponsored by ICHAD & SMART Africa Center. Location: Rm. 130.
Submissions for the symposium are limited to members of the physics department, however everyone else is encouraged to attend. Attendees will learn about the department’s research and hopefully make useful connections. Sponsored by Department of Physics.
Have you ever wondered what physicists research? Are you curious about the physics department or would like to work with one of the faculty members? If so, please join us for the 2nd annual Physics Research Symposium and learn about what members of the Physics Department, their collaborators and students are working on.
Thomas Wright, director of the Project on International Order and Strategy at The Brookings Institution, will deliver this lecture as part of the Crisis & Conflict in Historical Perspective co-curricular initiative, which serves undergraduates considering careers in policy as well as the greater WashU and St. Louis communities seeking historically-informed discussion about global events. Location: Wrighton Hall, Rm. 300.