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June 26, 2014


Thursday 26

HSLS Workshop

“Painless PubMed,”

Pat Weiss;

Falk Library classrm. 1, 11:30 am


SAC-sponsored Tour

Soldiers & Sailors Museum, noon


Pgh. Arts & Lectures/Carnegie Library Book Talk

“The Johnstown Girls,”

Kathleen George, theatre;

Intl. Poetry Rm. 2nd fl. Carnegie Library, Oakland, 6 pm


Monday 30

• Osher Lifelong Learning Inst. summer session 2 begins.

(info: 4-7308 or


Friday 4

• University closed for Independence Day.

Saturday 5

• Summer 4-week-2 session ends. Final exams scheduled during last class meeting.

Monday 7

• Summer term & 12-week session deadline for students to submit monitored withdrawal forms to dean’s office.

• Summer 4-week-3 session enrollment period ends & classes begin.

HSLS Workshop

“Painless PubMed,”

Rebecca Abromitis;

Falk Library classrm. 1, 3 pm


Tuesday 8

HSLS Workshop

“Advanced PowerPoint for Presentations,”

Julia Dahm;

Falk Library classrm. 2, 12:30-2:30 pm


Wednesday 9

• Summer 4-week-2 session grades must be approved by instructors by 11:59 pm before final posting can begin.

• Fall term deadline for continuing students to register without penalty fee.

• Summer 4-week-3 session add/drop period ends.

SAC Meeting

102 Benedum, noon

HSLS Workshop

“Pathway Analysis Tools 1,”

Ansuman Chattopadhyay;

Falk Library classrm. 2, 1-4 pm



IS/Library & Information Science

“Restaging the Record: The Role of Contemporary Archives in Safeguarding & Preserving Performance as Intangible Cultural Heritage,”

Tonia Sutherland;

June 26, 828 IS, 10 am

Medicine/Ctr. for Neuroscience

“The Impact of Inflammation on the Regulation of Intracellular Ca2+ in Cutaneous Nociceptive Neurons,”

Nicole Newell Scheff;

June 26, 1495 BST, 10 am

Public Health/Epidemiology

“Dementia, Brain Structure & Vascular Risk Factors in Very Old Blacks & Whites,”

Ge Liu;

June 26, 530A 130 N. Bellefield Ave., 1 pm

Public Health/Biostatistics

“Design Issues in RNA-seq Experiment: Sample Size & Power Calculation,”

Ge (Serena) Liao;

June 27, A622 Crabtree, 1:30 pm


“Territories & Border Crossings: Information Search & Location in the Online Environment,”

Brian Dunn;

June 30, 270 Mervis, 9 am

A&S/Hispanic Languages & Literatures

“Textualidades entrelazadas: la poética del cuerpo en la memoria andina de Bolivia y Perú,”

Maria Ximena Postigo Guzman;

July 1, 1528 CL, 11 am

A&S/Ctr. for Neuroscience

“Metabolic Tuning of Neural, Neuroendocrine & Behavioral Responses to Stress,”

James W. Maniscalco;

July 2, A219B Langley, 10 am

Public Health/Environmental & Occupational Health

“The Role of Gender & Secreted Phosphoprotein 1 in Early Neutrophil Recruitment After Silica Exposure in Mice,”

Alexander Chukwuma Ufelle;

July 9, 540 Bridgeside Pt., 1 pm


“Post-High School Education Trajectories, Adult Role Transitions & Maturing Out of Heavy Alcohol Use,”

Christine Walther;

July 10, 4127 Sennott, 11 am

A&S/Geology & Planetary Science

“From Small Watersheds to Regions: Variation in Hydrologic Response to Urbanization,”

Kristina Hopkins;

July 10, 214 SRCC, 1 pm


PICT Production

“Woman & Scarecrow”;

Henry Heymann Theatre, July 10-Aug. 2

(various times;


Hillman Library

“Oakland: A Look Back Over the 20th Century”;

Hillman gr. fl., through Aug. 8, Sun 10 am-F 10 pm & Sat 9 am-10 pm


UCIS Sheth Int’l Achievement Awards

Nominations due July 1.


Engineering Sustainability 2015 Call for Abstracts

Submission deadline is Oct. 27.


Event Deadline

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