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March 18, 2010


Thursday 18

• Fall term registration & add/drop begin.

Five-Campus College Fair for Faculty & Staff

Connolly Ballrm. Alumni, 11 am-2 pm & 5-7 pm (4-4096)

Molecular Biophysics/Structural Biology Seminar

Patrick van der Wel, medicine;

6014  BST3, 11 am

EOH Seminar

“Connecting PM2.5 Chemical Components to Exposure in NYC: The Complicated Story of Composition,”

Richard Peltier;

540 Bridgeside Pt., noon

Epidemiology Seminar

“Snipping Away at Osteoporosis Susceptibility,”

Joseph Zmuda;

A115 Crabtree, noon

Renal Electrolyte Seminar

“Saving Veins, Saving Lives: How You Can Help CKD Patients Live Longer,”

Marcia Silver;

F1145 Presby, noon

Survival Skills & Ethics Lecture

“Careers Over Lunch”;

S100 BST2, noon-1:30 pm (412/578-3716)

UCIS Asia Lecture

“Effect of Higher Education on the Economic Growth in East Asian Countries,”

Eun-Kyung Lee, education;

4130 Posvar, noon (8-7370)

UCIS Lecture

“Crime & Madness: A Dubious Abnormality,”

Etienne Balibar, Université de Paris & UC-Irvine;

602 CL, 12:30 pm

Geology & Planetary Science Colloquium

“DIRT+LIFE=SOIL: Linking Microbial Biodiversity to Soil Structure & Function,”

Sherie Edenborn, Chatham;

11 Thaw, 4 pm (4-8780)

Korean Women’s Studies Lecture

“Our Lives, Our Space: Views of Women in a Red-Light District,”

Sealing Cheng, Wellesley;

FFA Gallery, 4 pm

Bradford Campus Fight Against Hunger

“Empty Bowls & Baskets Dinner”;

Mukaiyama U Rm., Frame-Westerberg, UPB, 5-7 pm

UCIS Africa Film

“Rape in the Congo”;

4130 Posvar, 5-7 pm (8-2058)

Greensburg Campus Film


Campana Chapel, UPG, 5:30 pm

Law Lecture

“Out & Equal in the Workplace: Sexual Orientation Discrimination,”

M.V. Lee Badgett, U of MA-Amherst;

Alcoa Rm., Barco, 6 pm (8-1490)

Friday 19

Dental Medicine Continuing Ed. Lecture

“Implant Considerations in Endodontic Therapy,”

George Just;

2148 Salk, 9 am-4 pm

East Asian Colloquium

“Effects of Teaching Order on the Acquisition of the Japanese Imperfective,”

Clifford McRae;

4130 Posvar, noon

Medicine Lecture

“Educating Physicians: A Call for Reform From the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching,”

David Irby, UC-San Francisco;

4th fl. lecture rm. 3 Scaife, noon (8-9000)

Pulmonary Grand Rounds

“Gain & Loss of BMP Signaling in Bone & Pulmonary Vascular Disease,”

Paul Yu;

NW628 Montefiore, noon

UCIS Asia Lecture

“Reciprocal Trade Agreements in Asia: Credible Commitment to Trade Liberalization or Paper Tigers?”

Soo Yeon Kim;

4500 Posvar, noon

Ctr. for Philosophy of Science Lecture

“On the Structure of Anthropic Arguments,”

Wayne Myrvold, Talbot;

817R CL, 12:05 pm (4-1052)

Renal Electrolyte Lecture

“Pseudomonas Aeruginosa Regulation of CFTR Trafficking in Epithelial Cells: Hijacking the Host,”

Bruce Stanton;

F1145 Presby, 12:15 pm

Music Lecture

“The Overtone Series & Microtones,”

Dean Drummond, composer/percussionist;

132 Music, 4 pm (4-4125)

Titusville Campus Performance

“Jumpin’ Jack Flash”;

Henne aud., UPT, 7:30 pm (tickets: 814/827-4503)

Pitt/CMU Grad Student Philosophy Conf.

“Theory & Explanation in Philosophy & Science”;

Posvar, 3-7:15 pm

(also March 20, 9 am-5:30 pm; schedule:

Saturday 20

Dental Medicine Continuing Ed. Seminar

“Local Anesthetics for the Dental Hygienist, Part 2,”

Sean Boynes & Paul Moore;

2148 Salk, 7:30 am-5 pm (also March 21)

UPMC Sports Medicine Expo/Conference

“Celebrating Student Athletes”;

Heinz Field, 9 am-5 pm (also March 21)

Greensburg Campus Discovery Day

Chambers, UPG, 9:30 am-2 pm

(to register: 724/836-9880)

SHRS Open House

4020 Forbes Tower, 10 am-1 pm

(to register:

Survival Skills & Ethics Workshop

“Grant Writing”;

4th fl. lecture rm. 2 Scaife, 10 am-3 pm


Bradford Campus Performance

Red Stick Ramblers;

Bromeley Family Theater, Blaisdell, UPB, 7:30 pm (814/362-5113)

Monday 22

Magee-Womens Work-in-Progress Conference

“Malaria During Pregnancy & Its Influence on the Fetus: Antibody Dependent Transplacental Transfer of a Malaria Blood Stage Antigen,”

Henning Schneider;

1st fl. conf. ctr. Magee, noon

History Ctr. Lecture

“Global Phenomena,”

Thomas Anderson;

3703 Posvar, noon

Pittsburgh Social Movements Forum

“The Enduring Consequences of Right-Wing Activism: Klan Mobilization in the 1960s & Homicides in Southern Counties,” Rory McVeigh, Notre Dame;

2432 Posvar, noon

Pulmonary, Allergy & Critical Care Medicine Research Presentations

NW628 Montefiore, noon (also March 29)

Greensburg Campus Jazz Lecture/Demonstration

“The Many Faces of Brazilian Jazz,”

Lilly Abreu;

Campana Chapel, UPG, 7:30 pm

Tuesday 23

Business Lecture

“Secrets of the Stars: What Makes a Star in the Workplace,”

David Binder, Avid Learner;

5th fl. Alumni, 7:30 am (8-1608)

Gastroenterology, Hepatology & Nutrition Journal Club

“Population-Based Study: Assessing Trends,”

John Nasr & Dhiraj Yadav;

M2 conf. rm. Presby, 7:30 am

Pitt Day in Harrisburg

Capitol Rotunda, 8 am (info:

Office of Research/NCURA Broadcast Workshop

“Critical Issues for the Department Administrator”;

S120 Starzl BST, 11:30-3:30 pm (4-7405)

Basic & Translational Research Seminar

“Targeting P13 Kinase in Cancer: Could Isoform Specificity Matter?”

Thomas Roberts;

Cooper Conf. Ctr. classrm. D, noon

Health Services Research Seminar

“Racial Disparities in Satisfaction With VA Care,”

Susan Zickmund & Michael Fine;

305 Parkvale, noon

MMR Seminar

“Negative Regulation of Innate Immune Signaling in the Newborn Intestinal Epithelium,”

David Hackam;

3rd fl. conf. ctr. Rangos, noon

Pharmaceutical Sciences Seminar

“Developing Kinase Inhibitors: CDK5 & MEK5,”

Patrick Flaherty;

456 Salk, noon

UCIS Lecture

“Race, Culture & the Genealogical Order,”

Etienne Balibar, Université de Paris & UC-Irvine;

602 CL, 12:30 pm

Pharmacology & Chemical Biology Seminar

“The Nexus of DNA Repair & Bioenergetics in Chemotherapy Response,”

Robert Sobol;

1395 Starzl BST, 3:30 pm

History Lecture

“Violence & Gender in Central Europe After WWI,”

Eliza Ablovatski, Kenyon;

3703 Posvar, 4-5:45 pm

Finnish Nationality Rm. Benefit Concert

Finn Hall;

FFA aud., 7:30 pm

Greensburg Campus Charity Basketball Game

Chambers Gym, UPG, 8:30 pm

Wednesday 24

Orthopaedic Surgery Grand Rounds


Damian Kosempa;

7th fl. Montefiore LHAS Aud., 7 am

Clinical Oncology & Hematology Grand Rounds

“Imatinib & the Role of PDGFR Blockade in Prostate Cancer,”

Timothy Gillison;

“Does Inhibition of the SHH Pathway Reduce the Risk of Progression From Barrett’s Esophagus to Adenocarcinoma in the Levrat Model?”

Bruce Hough;

Cooper Conf. Ctr. classrm. C, 8 am

Service-Learning Symposium/Showcase

“Transforming Institutions… Transforming Communities,”

Alex Johnson, CCAC;

PAA Clubhouse, 8:30 am-3:30 pm (412/471-2114)

Health Sciences Lecture

“Novel Protein Biomarker Patterns for Disease Diagnosis & Translational Medicine,”

Dominic Eisinger;

S120 BST South, noon

HSLS Workshop

“EndNote Basics,”

Ahlam Saleh;

Falk Library classrm. 2, 1-3 pm

HSLS Workshop

“Bioinformatics for Proteomics Studies,”

Tamanna Sultana;

Falk Library conf. rm. B, 1-3:30 pm

Global Health Film

“Survival: The Deadly Combination”;

A115 Crabtree, 1:30 pm

English/History Lecture

“Space Age Tropics: Aluminum Dreams & Divergent Modernities in the Caribbean,”

Mimi Sheller, Drexel;

4130 Posvar, 4 pm

CANCELLED-Limbach Lecture

“IP Licensing: What Pharma Wants,”

Robert Lewis, Cypress Pharmaceuticals;

S123 BST South, 4 pm

GI Grand Rounds

“Endoscopic & Radiologic Unknowns,”

Ari Wiesen, David Lo & Venkata Muddana;

1104 conf. ctr. Scaife, 5-6:15 pm

Bradford Campus Oil & Gas Seminar

“Minimizing Natural Gas Impacts on Forests & Wildlife,”

Robert Hansen, Penn State Cooperative Ext.;

Mukaiyama U Rm., Frame-Westerberg, UPB, 6-8 pm (

Bradford Campus Concert

“College-Community Choir Concert”;

Bromeley Family Theater, Blaisdell, UPB, 7:30 pm (814/362-0248)

Thursday 25

Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds

“I Can’t Breathe: Difficult Ventilation in the ED,”

Lillian Emlet;

“Public Health in the ED,”

Bryn Mumma;

“Morbidity & Mortality,”

Matthew Rivenburgh, &

“There is So Much Blood! Bleeding Disorders in the ED,”

Sarah Parker;

5th fl. classrm. A 230 McKee Pl., 8 am-noon

HSLS Workshop

“Adobe Photoshop for Beginners,”

Sam Lewis; Falk Library classrm. 2, 10 am-noon

EOH Seminar

“Health & Environment Linked for Information Exchange (HELIX),”

Amanda Niskar;

540 Bridgeside Pt., noon

Epidemiology Seminar

“New Discoveries About Menopausal Hot Flashes, Obesity & Cardiovascular Risk,”

Catherine Haggerty & Rebecca Thurston;

A115 Crabtree, noon

SAC Port Authority Info Session

Connolly Ballrm., Alumni, noon-1:30 pm

UCIS Asia Lecture

“Finding the Past in Pastiche: The Politics of Intertextuality in Bollywood Cinema,”

Usha Iyer;

4130 Posvar, noon (8-7370)

Law Lecture

“The Crime in Criminal Justice,”

Bill Quigley, Ctr. for Constitutional Rights;

Teplitz Memorial Courtrm., Barco, noon (8-1490)

UCIS Europe Lecture


Etienne Balibar, Université de Paris & UC-Irvine;

602 CL, 12:30 pm

Learning Policy Center Colloquium

“Finding Solutions to the Latino Education Crisis: A National Imperative,”

Patricia Gándara, UCLA;

5604 Posvar, 2:30-4 pm

Women’s Studies Lecture

“The Race of Dolls,”

Robin Bernstein, Harvard;

501 CL, 3 pm

Geology & Planetary Science Colloquium

“Nutrient Cycling in Forests: Lessons From the Fernow Experimental Forest, WV,”

Mary Adams, USDA Forest Service;

11 Thaw, 4 pm (4-8780)

Johnson Inst. for Responsible Leadership Lecture

“Leadership Doesn’t Happen Alone,”

Kathleen Hower, Global Links;

U Club ballrm. A, 4-6 pm (

H&PS Alumni Lecture

“Attention to Practice: Models, Molecules & Making Sense,”

Andrea Woody, U of WA;

817R CL, 4:30 pm (4-5896)

Provost’s Inaugural Lecture

“Scientific Discovery Is a Journey Best Enjoyed With Friends,”

Robert Hendricks, medicine;

2500 Posvar, 4:30 pm

Johnstown Campus Reading

Mary Ann Samyn, WVU;

J. Irving Whalley Memorial Chapel, UPJ, 7:30 pm

Contemporary Writers Lecture

“The Future of Poetry II,”

Nathaniel Mackey, UC-Santa Cruz;

FFA aud., 8:30 pm

Friday 26

Technology for Life & Living Conference

“Aging & Technology at the Cutting Edge,”

Judith Tabolt Matthews & Jim Osborn;

Omni William Penn Hotel, 7 am-6 pm


Dental Medicine Continuing Ed Lecture

“Periodontal Accessories,”

Othman Shibly;

2148 Salk, 9 am-4 pm

Annual Computer Science Day

5th & 6th fl. Sennott, 10 am-4:30 pm


Undergrad Research Symposium

“Past & Present Issues in Latin American Culture & Society”;

115 & 117 Victoria, 10 am-5 pm


WPIC Meet the PI Lecture

“Predictors & Moderators of Time to Remission of Major Depression With Interpersonal Psychotherapy & SSRI Pharmacotherapy,”

Ellen Frank;

2nd fl. aud. Detre, 11 am-12:30 pm

Faculty Development Lecture for Medical Educators

“Dealing With the Student With Disabilities,”

Kathy Ryan;

lecture rm. 3 Scaife, noon

Pulmonary Grand Rounds

“The Role of WNT Signaling in Pulmonary Angiogenesis,”

Vinicio de Jesus Perez;

NW628 Montefiore, noon

UCIS Lecture

“Thinking the Impossible Human,”

Etienne Balibar, Université de Paris & UC-Irvine;

G24 CL, 2 pm

CS Debate

“The Google Books Settlement: Access vs. Privacy,”

Ginger McCall & Leteef Mtima;

121 Lawrence, 2-3 pm

Philosophy of Science Lecture

“Somewhat Antirealist Bottom-up Realism,”

C. Kenneth Waters, U of MN;

817 R, 3:30 pm (4-1052)

Music Lecture

“‘Revealing the Soul Where Gesture Can Only Conceal the Face’: Innigkeit in the Music of Schumann,”

Benjamin Binder, Duquesne;

132 Music, 4 pm (4-4125)

Carpathian Music Ensemble

FFA aud., 8 pm (4-4125)

Saturday 27

Additional instructional time for Monday classes missed during February snowstorm.

Dental Medicine Continuing Ed Lecture

“Surgical Crown Elongation,”

Pouran Famili & Ali Seyedain;

2148 Salk, 9 am-4:30 pm

Annual Latin American & Caribbean Festival

WPU ballrm. & Assembly Rm., noon-mid. (8-7394)

Monday 29

Grants Over Lunch Lecture

“National Institutes of Health,”

Dennis Twombly, NIH;

S100 BST2, noon-1:30 pm (412/578-3716)

HSLS Lunch With a Librarian

“Let’s Be Creative. Jazz Up Your Fliers & Presentations,”

Michelle Burda;

Falk Library conf. rm. B, noon

GSPIA Philanthropy Forum

“From Private Foundation to Public Charity: The Pew Charitable Trusts Bets on a New Model for Change,”

Michael Dahl;

U Club ballrm. A, 3:30-5:30 pm


Tuesday 30

Gastroenterology, Hepatology & Nutrition Pathophysiology/Board Review

“GI Hormones & Neuroendocrine Tumor Syndromes,”

David Lo & David Whitcomb;

M2 conf. rm. Presby, 7:30 am

Basic & Translational Research Seminar

“DNA Damage Checkpoints & DNA Repair,”

Junjie Chen;

Cooper Conf. Ctr. classrm. D, noon

Careers Over Lunch Lecture

“Careers in Public Policy,”

Dennis Twombly, NIH;

S100 BST2, noon-1:30 pm (to register: 412/578-3716)

Health Services Research Seminar

“Understanding Adult Vaccination in Urban, Lower-Socioeconomic Settings: Influence of Physician & Prevention Systems,”

Tricia Nowalk;

305 Parkvale, noon

Magee-Womens Work-in-Progress Conference

“Improving the Healing of Collagenous Tissue With Tissue Engineering,”

Rui Liang;

1st fl. conf. ctr. Magee, noon

Philosophy of Science Lecture

“Transient Underdetermination & 19th-Century Electrodynamics,”

Wolfgang Pietsch, TUM; 817R CL, 12:05 pm (4-1052)

MMG Seminar

“Pseudomonas Aeruginosa Inhibits Viral Immunity in the Lung,”

Jennifer Bomberger;

503 Bridgeside Pt. 2, 3 pm

Pharmacology & Chemical Biology Seminar

“PKD in Cancer Cell Signaling:  A New Target for Intervention,”

Jane Wang;

1395 Starzl BST, 3:30 pm

ReSET Tobacco Research Roundtable

“Sustaining Tobacco Abstinence Postpartum,”

Michele Levine, psychiatry & psychology;

109 Parran, 3:30 pm

UCIS Asia Lecture

“From Conflict to Cohesion: The Paradigmatic Challenge in Analyzing Plural Societies in Southeast Asia,”

Shamsul Amri Baharuddin, UKM;

602 CL, 4 pm

Wednesday 31

Orthopaedic Surgery Grand Rounds

“Diversity in Orthopaedics & Pipeline Issues 2010,”

Richard Grant, Case Western;

7th fl. Montefiore LHAS Aud., 7 am

Clinical Oncology & Hematology Grand Rounds

“HDAC Inhibition for Lung Cancer Therapy: Progress & Challenges,”

Suresh Ramalingam, Emory;

2nd fl. aud. UPMC Cancer Pavilion, 8 am

2010 Census Symposium

U Club, 8:30 am-11 am (RSVP:

Dental Medicine Lectures

“National Professional Meetings” &

“School of Dental Medicine Computer Security & Privacy,”

Kenneth Etzel, Alexandre Vieira, Elena Kureichyk, Alexandra Jensen & Max Putas;

457 Salk, noon

IRB Workshop

“Conducting Research at UPMC: An Update on Fiscal Review & the Clinical Trials Office,”

Megan Marks;

S120 BST South, noon (3-1149)

Pathology Research Seminar

“Regulation of Mitochondrial Fission in Neuronal Survival,”

Stefan Strack, U of IA;

1105AB Scaife, noon

HSLS Workshop

“DNA Analysis Tools,”

Carrie Iwema;

Falk Library conf. rm. B, 1-3:30 pm

Neurological Surgery Lecture

“Surgery for Psychiatric Disorders: Past, Present & the Future,”

Ali Rezai;

B-400 Presby, 5 pm

ULS Concert

Steve Weber & Phil Smith;

Cup & Chaucer, Hillman gr. fl., 6 pm (412/361-1915)

Bradford Campus Women’s Appreciation Program

Landscape Painting;

1st fl. Seneca, UPB, 6-9 pm (also April 1)


Thursday 1

HSLS Workshop

“The WOW Factor: PowerPoint for Posters,”

Sam Lewis;

Falk Library classrm. 2, 10 am-noon

Epidemiology Seminar

“How Much Weight Should Obese Pregnant Women Gain to Optimize Birth Outcomes?”

Lisa Bodnar;

A115 Crabtree, noon

UCIS Asia Lecture

“Introduction to Library Resources & Services on Chinese Studies at the University of Pittsburgh,”

Xiuying Zou;

4130 Posvar, noon (8-7370)

Geology & Planetary Science Colloquium

“Slip Slidin’ Away: Dynamic Glaciers in a Warming World,”

Sridhar Anandakrishnan, Penn State;

11 Thaw, 4 pm (4-8780)

Greensburg Campus Film

“L’Age d’Or”;

Campana Chapel, UPG, 5:30 pm

Bradford Campus Improvers Show

Mukaiyama U Rm., Frame-Westerberg, UPB, 8-10 pm

Wm. Block Sr. Writer Presentation/Interview

“The Future of the Book,”

Sven Birkerts & Maud Newton;

G24 CL, 8:30 pm

PhD Defenses


“Caravaggio’s Drama: Art, Theater & Literature During Italy’s ‘Spanish Age,’”

Kathy Johnston-Keane;

March 19, 104 FFA, 2:30 pm (8-2400)


“Emergent Complexity on the Mongolian Steppe: Mobility, Territoriality & the Development of Early Nomadic Polities,”

Jean-Luc Houle;

March 22, 3307 Posvar, 10 am


“The Role of Mechanical Forces in Cardiomyocyte Differentiation in 3D Culture,”

Kelly Clause;

March 22, 5108 Rangos Research Ctr., 1 pm


“Capacity Development in Conflict Scenarios: Assessing Donor Support Strategies to Local NGOs in Burundi,”

Germaine Basita;

March 22, 3430 Posvar, 4 pm

GSPH/Human Genetics

“Haplotype-based Prostate Cancer Association Study in Afro-Caribbeans of Tobago,”

You Li;

March 24, A312 Crabtree, 8:30 am

Medicine/Biomedical Informatics

“Foundational Studies for Measuring the Impact, Prevalence & Patterns of Publicly Sharing Biomedical Research Data,”

Heather Piwowar;

March 24, M185 Parkvale, 1:30 pm


“Spectroscopic & Electrical Investigations Into Chemical Interactions With Carbon Nanotubes,”

Douglas Kauffman;

March 24, 307 Eberly, 3:30 pm


“Improving Biocompatibility & Chronic Performance of Neural Probes Using Surface Immobilization of the Neural Adhesion Molecule L1,”

Erdrin Azemi;

March 25, conf. rm. 1595 Starzl BST, 3 pm


“Making Single-cell Electroporation With Microelectrodes Predictable & Reproducible,”

Bradley Lambie;

March 26, 307 Eberly, 8 am

A&S/Hispanic Languages & Literatures

“Contra-narrativas del paisaje en cuatro actos: Magda Portal, Pedro Nel Gómez, Fernando Vallejo y Blanca Wiethuchter,”

L. Mauricio Duarte-Medina;

March 30, 1528 CL, 9-11 am

SHRS/Rehabilitation Science

“Activities & Adaptive Strategies in Late Life Depression: A Qualitative Study,”

Mary Lou Leibold;

March 30, 4065 Forbes Tower, 1-3 pm


UCIS Asia Performance

“Shido Hogaku (Stop in Your Tracks)”

& “Tsukimi Zato (Moon-viewing Blind Man),”

Yamamoto Kyogen;

March 20,

Charity Randall, Foster Memorial, 8 pm (4-7529)

Pitt Repertory Theatre


March 24-April 3, CL Studio Theatre (for performance times/tickets: 4-7529)

Kuntu Repertory Theatre

“The Electronic Negro”;

April 1-17, 7th fl. aud. Alumni, Th-Sat. 8 pm, Sun. matinee 4 pm, Sat. matinee 1 pm, Th matinee 11 am (


Bradford Campus

“Affairs of the Art”;

KOA, Blaisdell, UPB, opening noon March 19, KOA Speer Electronics lobby, through April 9, M-F 9 am-4:30 pm (814/362-5113)

Korean Women’s Studies

“Our Lives, Our Space: Views of Women in a Red-Light District”;

FFA Gallery, opening 3 pm March 18, through March 23, M-Sat. 10 am-4 pm, Th till 8 pm

Law School

“Negotiable Ambivalence,”

Michael Walter;

Barco Library, through May 28, M-Th 7:30 am-11:45 pm, F 7:30 am-8 pm, Sat. 10 am-8 pm, Sun. 10 am-11:45 pm


Multidisciplinary Small Grant Program

Submissions due March 19.

(info: or

Slavic & East European Summer Language Inst.

Applications due March 19.


Newman Award for Int’l Intergenerational Project Initiatives

Applications due March 26.

(info & form:

GSPIA Wherrett Lecture

RSVP for April 2 lecture to or 8-2282.

GSPIA Johnson Award for Best Paper in Ethics, Accountability & Leadership

Submissions due April 2.

(info: or 8-1336)

UCSUR Steven Manners Faculty Development Awards

Applications due April 9.

(info: 4-6172 or

Chancellor’s Affirmative Action Award

Submit nominations by May 3 to the Office of the University Senate, 1234 CL.


Event Deadline

The next issue will include events of April 1-15. Information for events during that period must be received by 5 pm on March 25 at 308 Bellefield Hall. Information may be sent by fax to 4-4579 or email to


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For deadlines, see the current publication schedule.

Information submitted for the calendar should identify the type of event, such as lecture or concert, and the program’s specific title, sponsor, location and time. The name and phone number of a contact person should be included. Information should be sent by email to:, by FAX to: 412/624-4579, or by campus mail to: 308 Bellefield Hall. We cannot guarantee publication of events received after the deadline.

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