Rob Mitra, computational biology; genetics. Sponsored by Dept. of Developmental Biology Seminar Series. South Bldg., Needleman Library, Room 3907.
Richard Gross, developmental biology and chemistry. Sponsored by CBAC Seminar Series. Danforth Campus, Whitaker Hall, Room 218.
CHEPAR Meeting with Dr. William Powderly – ‘Translating Your Clinical Research Into Policy – the Next Step!”
(9 to 11 a.m.) William Powderly is dir. of the Inst. for Public Health. As part of the Center for Health Economics and Policy, the Collaborative of Health Economics and Policy Analysis Researchers (CHEPAR) is a group formed to facilitate research in the areas of health economics and policy by WashU investigators. Medical Campus, Taylor Ave. Bldg., Room 2131.
Michael Fox, Harvard Medical School. Sponsored by Dept. of Psychiatry Grand Rounds, Lesser Resident Invitational. Wohl Clinic Bldg., Clopton Aud.
Two events (Nov. 27 and Nov. 28) presented by Nigel Walker, international journalist and filmmaker. Sponsored by the Brown School and the WUSM Program in Occupational Therapy. The Nov. 28 event is at Noon on the Medical Campus in Occupational Therapy Aud. (The Nov. 27 event is at Noon on the Danforth Campus in Goldfarb Hall, Brown Lounge. See separate listing.)
Open to all WUSTL staff. Come see what Toastmasters is all about! This friendly public speaking club is a great place to develop your presentation and leadership skills, as well as make new friends from across Wash U’s campus. Contact: Maureen_Kleekamp@wustl.edu. West Campus, 7425 Forsyth Blvd. 63105, Room 350.
Every Tuesday that school is in session – free hot tea and treats from 3 to 5 p.m. Hosted by Danforth University Center, featuring a student organization or department every week. DUC, 1st Fl., Tisch Commons.
As part of the on-site assessment, agency employees and members of the community are invited to offer comments at a public information session at Ursa’s Fireside, located at 6615 Shepley Drive, 63105, next door to the Police Department. For information, contact Kelly Nappier, accreditation manager, at 314-935-9011.
Edward McPherson, English, will discuss The History of the Future, his book of essays on American places and the space between history, experience, and myth. Sponsored by University Libraries. Olin Library, Room 142.
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Exhibits and Ongoing Events
On view from Sept. 8 through Jan. 8, 2018. How we understand and experience trauma and psychological repair reveals essential beliefs about who we are and how we see the world. Installation comprises 18 video interviews conducted by artist Kader Attia, who lives and works in Berlin and Algiers. Opening reception on Sept. 8. Curated by Meredith Malone, assoc. curator. Kemper Art Museum, Garen Gallery.
On view from Sept. 8 through Jan. 8, 2018. The rise of printmaking in Europe in the early 15th century facilitated major transformations in visual culture. This exhibition surveys the Kemper’s substantial holdings of prints from the late 15th to 18th centuries, including work by Durer and Rembrandt. Opening reception on Sept. 8. Curated by Allison Unruh, assoc. curator. Kemper Art Museum, Ebsworth Gallery.
On view from Sept. 8 through Jan. 8, 2018. This exhibition reflects on the relationships among art, activism, and feminist movements through a broad selection of artworks from the Kemper’s permanent collection. Opening reception on Sept. 8. Curated by Trevor Joy Sangrey, lecturer, women, gender, and sexuality studies and asst. dean, College of Arts & Sciences. Kemper Art Museum, Teaching Gallery.