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March 30, 1995


Thursday 30

UPMC Workshop Acute Myocardial Infarction;

Montefiore, 7 Main, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. (647-3690)

Asian Studies Lecture

"Seihakusai: A Festival of the Noto Peninsula,"

Jonathan Wolff; 4R51 FQ, noon (648-7411)

Economics Seminar

"Non-parametric Characterization of Selection Bias Using Experimental Data: A Study of Adult Males in Job Training Partnership Act,"

James Heckman, U. of Chicago;

CMU, 146 GSIA, noon

Political Science Colloquium

"Regional Economic Cooperation, Global Markets and Domestic Politics: A Comparison of NAFTA and the Maastricht Treaty,"

Helen Milner, Columbia;

2K56 FQ, noon-1:30 p.m.

LIS Teleconference

"Quality of Life in the Electronic Village";

G-20 Hillman, 12:30-3 p.m. (624-5230)

Johnstown Campus Teleconference

"Living With Grief: Children Mourning, Mourning Children";

Living/Learning Center Univ. Rm., UPJ, 1:30-4 p.m. (814-269-7104)


"The Persistence of the Past: Narratives of Change in Cultural Histories,"

Thomas Postlewait, OSU;

144 CL, 2:30 p.m.

Men's Tennis Vs. Robert Morris,

Cost Sports Ctr., 3 p.m. (648-8240)

Women's Tennis Vs. Youngstown,

Cost Sports Ctr., 3 p.m.

Chemistry Colloquium

"Future Directions in Femtochemistry,"

Ahmed Zewail, CalTech;

Chevron, Ashe Aud., 3:30 p.m. (624-8200)

Pharmacology Lecture

"Metabolism and Pharmaco-dynamics of Epipodophyllo-toxins,"

Mary Relling, U. of Tenn.;

1103 Scaife, 4-5 p.m.

Geology Seminar

"Emission of Methane From Coal Beds,"

Patrick Diamond, Bureau of Mines;

204 Thaw, 4 p.m. (624-8780)

Latin American Student Advisory Committee

Meeting 3G52 FQ, 6 p.m.

Economics Seminar

"Lessons From the Bell Curve: Disparities in Ability – Their Sources and Consequences for Social Policy,"

James Heck-man, U. of Chicago;

CMU, 2315 Doherty, 7:30 p.m.

Music on the Edge Recital

"A Bridge Across: International Composition";

Laura Falzon, flute;

Eric Moe, piano; Frick Fine Arts Aud., 8 p.m. (624-4126)

Bradford Comedy

Becky Pedigo;

Frame-Westerberg Commons Dining Hall, UPB, 8 p.m. (814-362-7505)

Friday 31

UPMC Troen Lecture

"National Health Care Reform: Impact on Academic Health Centers,"

Samuel Thier, Harvard;

Scaife Aud. 6, 9 a.m.

Women's Assn. Chocolate Festival

WPU Assembly Rm., 10 a.m.-3 p.m. (648-1701)


"Modeling the Atlantic History of Abakua: African Religion and Afro-Cuban Culture,"

Stephan Palmie; U. of Munich;

3P11 FQ, noon

Pharmacology Seminar

"Calcium Channels and Their Modulation in Forg Sympathetic Neurons,"

Stephen Jones, Case Western; 1395 BST, noon-1 p.m. (648-7247)

Philosophy of Science Lecture

"A Theory of Outcomes," Nuel Belnap;

817R CL, 12:05 p.m.

Engineering Lecture

"Bringing Cardiac Monitoring to the Patient – Wherever He/She Is,"

Dinesh Mody, Cardiac Telecom Corp.;

Ctr. for Biotechnology & Bioengineering, Second Ave. & Bates St., 2nd fl. multipurpose room, 2 p.m. (383-9713)

Center on American Politics & Society Lecture

"The Presidency and Political Change,"

Stephen Skowronek, Yale;

4R51 FQ, 3:15 p.m.

Music Colloquium

"The Invention of 'African Rhythm',"

Kofi Agawu, Cornell; 132 Music, 4 p.m. (624-4126)

Greek Sing

Soldiers & Sailors Hall, 6 p.m.

Asian Studies/Music Concert

Music from Vietnam, Phong Nguyen Ensemble;

Frick Fine Arts Aud., 8 p.m. (624-4126)

Caribbean & Latin American Student Assn. Dance

WPU Assembly Rm., 10 p.m.-2 a.m. (683-1655)


Saturday 1

Pittsburgh/Beijing '95 Conference

"New Ways of Work: Women Creating Economic Self-Reliance";

Masonic Temple, 8:30 am.-2:30 p.m. (361-2810)

Greek Week

5KRun/3K Walk Schenley Park, Flagstaff Hill, 9 a.m. (648-7830)

Alumni Assn. Executive Committee Meeting

300 Craig, 9:30 a.m.

Education Fundraising Brunch

WPU Ballroom, 10:30 a.m.-1 p.m. (624-5822)

Baseball Vs. St. John's;

Trees Field, noon (648-8240)

Johnstown Concert

Stanley Turrentine;

Pasquerilla Performing Arts Center, UPJ, 8 p.m. (1-800-846-ARTS)


"Highway Patrolman";

Carnegie Museum of Art Theater, 8 p.m. (622-3212)

Music on the Edge Recital

"A Bridge Across: International Composition";

Zi Lan Liao, ku-cheng;

Frick Fine Arts Aud., 8 p.m. (624-4126)

Sunday 2

Baseball Vs. St. John's;

Trees Field, noon (648-8240)

Greek Week Fun & Games

CL lawn, 12:30 p.m.

Bach Cantata VIII Concert

Bellefield Singers; Heinz Chapel, 3 p.m. (624-4125)

Monday 3

Scouting for Food Drive

Parking Raffle Tickets available in FQ Transportation and WPU Ticket Office April 3-7

CLAS Workshop

"Latin American Cultural Experience: For Students and Teachers at the Middle School and High School Level";

Trees, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. (468-7397)

Nursing Lecture

"The Ubiquity of Social Class as a Determinate of Health Outcomes: A New Challenge,"

Norman Anderson, Duke;

125 Victoria, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. (624-7838)

Anthropology/Asian Studies Lecture

"A Shaman and Her Temples in the Pearl River Delta of South China,"

Tik-Sang Liu, Hong Kong U.;

3D10 FQ, noon


"The Mexican and U.S. Industrial Sectors: A Comparative Perspective Within the Context of the Mexican Economy,"

Teofilo Ramos, Monterey Tech.;

3J12 FQ, noon-2 p.m.


"First Amendment Collisions on the Information Superhighway,"

John Frohnmayer, former head of NEA;

WPU lower lounge, 2-4 p.m.

Music on the Edge Roundtable Discussion

"International Musicology, An Alternative to Ethnomusicology?"

J. H. Kwabena Nketia (chair), Mary Lewis, S. A. K. Durga, Deane Root, Rene Lysloff, Nathan Davis, Bell Yung, John Chernoff, Kofi Agawu and Akin Euba;

Frick Fine Arts Aud., 3 p.m. (624-4126)

Cultural Studies Lecture

"Citizen Kane: Theory and History,"

Laura Mulvey, British Film Institute;

G8 CL, 3:15 p.m. (624-7232)

Johnstown Film

"Annie Hall";

Engineering & Science Bldg. Aud., UPJ, 7 p.m. (814-269-7141)

Pittsburgh Chamber Music Society

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center;

Bruno Giuranna, viola; Carnegie Music Hall, 8 p.m. (624-4129)

Tuesday 4

UPMC Screenings & Insurance Information

Sq. Hill Health Ctr., 5818 Forbes Ave, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. (422-9802)


"The Uncomfortable Intersection of Art and Politics,"

John Frohnmayer, former head of NEA;

law school Moot Courtroom, noon-2 p.m.

Philosophy of Science Lecture

"The World Wide Web of Scientific Theories,"

Fritz Rohrlich, Syracuse.;

817R CL, 12:05 p.m.

Faculty Assembly Meeting

1K56 FQ, 3 p.m.


"Students and Free Speech,"

John Frohnmayer, former head of NEA;

3500 CL, 3-4:30 p.m.

MSEP/CLAS Colloquium

"Recent Changes in Graduate Engineering Education in Mexico to Improve the Manufacturing Industry,"

Teofilo Ramos, Monterey Tech., Mexico;

1175 Benedum, 3-5 p.m.

Music on the Edge Lecture

"Traditional Ashanti Dances as a Compositional Resource: Tachema-Chema and Sikyi,"

Roy Travis, UCLA;

132 Music, 3 p.m. (624-4126)

Men's Tennis Vs. Edinboro;

Cost Sports Ctr., 3 p.m. (648-8240)

Women's Tennis Vs. Edinboro;

Cost Sports Ctr., 3 p.m. (648-8240)

Chemistry Colloquium

"Microdialysis Sampling Coupled On-Line to Fast Chemical Separations,"

Craig Lunte, U. of Kansas;

Chevron, Ashe Aud., 4 p.m.

REES Roundtable Discussion

"U.S. Assistance and the NIS,"

Darryl Johnson, U.S. Assistance to the New Independent States;

4E51 FQ, 4:30-6 p.m.

Johnstown Lecture

"21st-Century Sculptor's Studio,"

Rob Fisher, CMU;

Pasquerilla Performing Arts Center, UPJ, 7 p.m. (814-269-7200)

Children's Performance

"Finding the Green Stone,"

by St. Mary's Lawrenceville Arts Program performing troupe, benefit sponsored by PittChild Development/Child Care Graduate Student Assn.;

WPU Assembly Rm., 7 p.m.

Music on the Edge Concert

Elekoto Intercultural Ensemble;

Frick Fine Arts Aud., 8 p.m. (624-4125)

Wednesday 5

Intercultural Bag Lunch

3708 Fifth Ave., Suite 500, noon (383-1813)

CLAS Lecture

"The Political Economy of Argentina Following Strucural Reform,"

Carlos Acuna, U. of Buenos Aires;

3J12 FQ, 2-4 p.m.


"First Amendment Collisions on the Information Superhighway,"

panel discussion: John Frohnmayer, former head of NEA;

Dan Iddings, Carnegie Library;

Rush Miller, ULS; Shannon Smithey, political science;

Paul Stieman, CIS;

WPU lower lounge, 2-4 p.m.

Baseball Vs. St. Bonaventure;

Trees Field, 3 p.m. (648-8240)

Fulbright Informational Workshop

4E51 FQ, 3:30 p.m. (648-7421)

Faculty & Staff Seminar

"Constructing a Personal Portfolio,"

Robert Fragasso;

G-23 Parran, 6-9 p.m.

Thursday 6

UPMC/Continuing Education Conference

"Anxiety Disorders: Impact on Quality of Life";

Pittsburgh Hilton Hotel, 9 a.m. (647-3555)

Asian Studies/REES Lecture

"Muslim Central Asia Between Russia & China,"

Marina Tolmacheva, Wash. State U., 4E51 FQ, noon (648-7407)

Social History Seminar

"African (Somalian) History,"

Said Samatar, Rutgers;

910 CL; noon

Baseball Vs. West Virginia;

Trees Field, 3 p.m. (648-8240)

Biostatistics Seminar

"The New OCMAP-PLUS Occupational Cohort Analysis Software, With Application to a Study of Man-Made Vitreous Fiber Workers,"

Gary Marsh;

A-115 GSPH, 3 p.m.

UPMC Screenings/Lecture

"Arthritis Self-Help: An Educational Six Week Series";

Sq. Hill Health. Ctr., 5818 Forbes Ave., 3-4:30 p.m (422-9802)

Fulbright Informational Workshop

4E51 FQ, 3:30 p.m. (648-7421)

Molecular Genetics and Biochemistry Seminar

"Dissection and Reconstruction of Two Viral RNA Replication Mechanisms,"

L. Andrew Ball, U. of Alabama/Birmingham;

1295 BST, 3:30 p.m (648-9458)

Chemistry Colloquium

"Near-Infrared Spectrometric Imaging in Stroke Research,"

Robert Lodder, U. of Kentucky;

Chevron, Ashe Aud., 4 p.m.

Geology Lecture

"Environmental Consulting & Hydrogeology,"

Karen Wells-Souza; 204 Benedum, 4 p.m. (624-8780)

Neuroscience Lecture

"An Antennae-Amplifier Model of Neuronal Growth Cone Function,"

Stanley Kater, Colorado State U.;

LRDC 2nd fl. aud., 4 p.m. (648-8322)

Hispanic Languages & Literatures Lecture

"El Exeritor Negro En La Cultura Mestiza Latinoameri-cana,"

Manual Zapata Olivella, author;

144 CL, 4:30 p.m. (624-5225)

Communication Science & Disorders Colloquium

"Surgical Treatment of Facial Paralysis,"

Peter Johnson, surgery;

3347 Forbes Ave., 1st fl., 4:30-6 p.m. (383-1600)

Ambassadors Scholarship Dinner

William Bennett, guest speaker;

Pittsburgh Hilton, Downtown, 6 p.m. (624-5800)

Music Concert

Handel, Praetorius and Villa-Lobos played by student guitar ensemble;

Frick Fine Arts Aud., 7:30 p.m. (624-4126)

Friday 7

Johnstown Campus Seminar

"Survive and Thrive in the Information Age,"

Alan Lang, Wadleigh Group;

Johnstown Holiday Inn, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. (814-269-7070)

UPMC Lecture

"Facts and Fiction About Immunizing Children,"

Richard Zimmerman, UPMC;

Sq. Hill Health Ctr., 5818 Forbes Ave., 10-11 a.m. (422-9802)

Pharmacology Seminar

"BC1-2 Family Proteins and Chemoresistance in Cancer,"

John Reed, La Jolla Cancer Research Foundation;

1395 BST, noon-1 p.m. (648-7247)

Philosophy of Science Lecture

"Talking Facts in Philosophy and Science,"

Petr Kolai; Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic;

817R CL, 12:05 p.m.

Hispanic Languages & Literatures Lecture

"Popular Culture in Brazilian Postmodern Fiction–A Hybrid Form?"

Nelson Vieira, Brown U.;

139 CL, 1-2 p.m. (624-5225)

Africana Studies Conference

"Black History and Cultural Theory: Black Working Class Protest in Pittsburgh";

1P56 FQ, 2 p.m.;

" Carnival in Crown Heights: Immigration, Race and Urban Conflicts";

2M/2P56 FQ, 4:30-6:30 p.m. ;

Poetry reading: Michelle Cliff, Trinity College;

Frick Fine Arts Aud., 7:30 p.m. (648-7540)

Negro Educational Review Seminar

"Cultural Stability in a Changing World,"

Jerome Taylor, 5J FQ, 3-6 p.m. (648-7320)

Johnstown Lecture

"Dinosaur Paleontology,"

William Hammer, Augustana Coll.;

Student Union, UPJ, 3-4 p.m. (814-269-2080)

Anthropology Lecture

"Seville Expo '92 and the Politics of Culture in the 'New Spain',"

Richard Maddox, CMU;

3D10 FQ, 3 p.m.

Provost Inaugural Lecture

"Do Good Values Make for Good Democracies? Political Culture in Central America,"

Mitchell Seligson, political science;

2P56 FQ, 3 p.m.

Medieval & Renaissance Studies/French & Italian Lecture

"Action in the Decameron,"

Eduardo Saccone, Johns Hopkins;

149 CL, 4 p.m.

Greek Week

Dance Marathon

Fitzgerald Field House, 7 p.m.-7 a.m. (24 hrs.)

Saturday 8

UPMC Conference

"Hepatology and Liver Transplantation 1995,"

Thomas Starzl, Pittsburgh Transplantation Institute;

John Fung, transplantation surgery;

Jorge Rakela, transplantation medicine;

Sheraton at Station Square, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (647-8222)

Institute for International Studies in Education & CLAS Workshop

"A Cultural Experience: A Workshop for K-12 Language and Social Studies Educators";

Trees Hall, large gym, 9 a.m.-noon (648-7397)

Program in Survival Skills & Ethics for Emerging Scientists

"Directing a Lab, Keeping a Job, and Beyond";

WPIC, 2nd fl. aud., 9 a.m.-4 p.m. (624-7098)

Africana Studies Conference

"Aesthetic Perspective,"

2M56/2P56 FQ, 9:30-11:30 a.m.;

"Musical Expression & the Construction of Culture," 1-4 p.m.;

wrap-up panel, 4:15-5:15 p.m. (648-7544)

Baseball Vs. Seton Hall;

Trees Field, noon (648-8240)

Latin American & Caribbean Folk Festival

Trees Hall, large gym; noon-10:30 p.m. (648-7392)

Survival Skills & Ethics Program

"Some Keys to a Successful Career,"

Kenneth Olden, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences;

WPIC, 2nd fl. aud., 2:45 p.m. (624-7098)

Pan American Dinner Dance

University Club, 6:30 p.m. Deadline for reservations: April 2 (658-3050 or 833-7525)


"El Bulto";

Carnegie Museum of Art Theater, 8 p.m. (622-3212)

Greek Week Formal

Vista Hotel, 8 p.m.

Pittsburgh International Folk Theatre

"An International Mosaic";

Bellefield Aud., 8 p.m. (261-9711)

Sunday 9

Baseball Vs. Seton Hall;

Trees Field, noon (648-8240)

Music Concert

Dear Friends Ensemble;

Frick Fine Arts Aud., 2:30 p.m. (624-4100)

Music Cantata

Bach Cantatas;

Bellefield Singers, Collegiate Chorale and Collegium Musicum;

Heinz Chapel, 3 p.m. (624-4125)

Monday 10

Summer Term,

Summer Session I & II

Add/drop period begins

Senate Council

Meeting 2P56 FQ, 3 p.m.

Jewish & Religious Studies/Anthropology Lecture

"Talmud in a Gay Synagogue,"

Moshe Shokeid, Tel Aviv U.;

1K56 FQ, 3 p.m. (624-5990)

Johnstown Workshop

"Creative Groupwork With Young People,"

Denys Candy, consultant;

Murtha Center, UPJ, 4 p.m. (814-269-2099)

Johnstown Film

"After Hours";

Engineering & Science Bldg. Aud., UPJ, 7 p.m. (814-269-2095)

Tuesday 11

UPMC Blood Pressure Screening

Sq. Hill Health Ctr., 5818 Forbes Ave., 10 a.m.-noon (422-9802)

Intercultural Bag Lunch

3708 Fifth Ave., Suite 500, noon (383-1813)

Philosophy of Science Lecture

"Analysis and Proof: Why Leibnizian Infinitesimal Calculus Can Dispense With Foundations,"

Herbert Breger, Hannover, Germany;

817R CL, 12:05 p.m.

Business Lecture

"Privatizing Regulated Industries in Latin America: Foreign Investor Tradeoffs in Argentina,"

Laura Hastings, GSPIA;

211 David Lawrence, 3-4:30 p.m. (648-9383)

Music Concert

"Chopin Celebration";

Mark Carver, piano;

Lauren Scott Mallory, cello;

Frick Fine Arts Aud., 8 p.m. (624-4125)

Wednesday 12

Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Lecture

"The Furlow Z-plasty in Primary and Secondary Palate Repair,"

Dennis Hurwitz;

417 Salk, 11 a.m.-12:15 p.m. (648-8400)

CLAS Lecture

"The Uncertain Path of Rural Mexico: Towards Restructuring or Destabilization?"

David Myhre, UC/San Diego;

4J51 FQ, noon-1 p.m.

Social Work Colloquium

"Client Violence Toward Social Workers: Initial Findings From a Large-Scale Random Survey of NASW Members,"

Christina Newhill;

2101 CL, noon-1:15 p.m. (624-6300)

Cultural Studies Lecture

"Will Europe Exist in the Year 2010?"

Dennis MacShane, House of Commons;

501 CL, 3 p.m. (624-7232)

CLAS Informal Discussion

"US-Mexican Studies Program at the UC/San Diego";

3J12 FQ, 3-4 p.m

Study Abroad Workshop

"National Security Education Program Information";

4E51 FQ, 3:30 p.m (648-7421)

Social History Lecture

"African/Atlantic History,"

John Thornton, Millersville U.;

910 CL, 4 p.m.

Engineering Alumni Meeting

240 Benedum, 6 p.m. (624-6809)

University Orchestra Concert

Bellefield Aud., 8 p.m.

Classics Lecture

"A Roman Villa in Tuscany,"

Mario Del Chiaro, U. of Cal.;

202 Frick Fine Arts, 8:15 p.m.

Thursday 13

UPMC Pathology Lecture

"Perinatal Mortality-Still a Challenge in the '90s,"

Jean Keeling, Royal Hospital for Sick Children;

Children's Hospital, McCluskey Aud., 8:30 a.m.

CLAS Lecture

"The Catholic Church in Nicaragua: Pastoral Initiatives and Politics,"

Andrew Stein, political science;

4N51 FQ, noon-1 p.m.

Medical Ethics/Continuing Education Lecture

"Newborns' Mothers and the Ethics of Screening for HIV,"

Ronald Bayer, Columbia;

noon-1 p.m.

Social History Lecture

"We Are Not What We Seem: Black Soldiers and World War II in Historical Perspective,"

Joyce Thomas, Cleveland State/Smithsonian;

910 CL, noon

UPMC Lecture

"All About Shingles,"

Brian Jegasothy, UPMC, dermatology;

Sq. Hill Health Ctr., 5818 Forbes Ave., 1-2 p.m. (422-9802)

Men's Tennis Vs. Duquesne;

Cost Sports Ctr., 3 p.m. (648-8240)

GSPH Colloquium

"Tuberculosis and the Challenge of the Ethics of Public Health,"

Ronald Bayer, Columbia;

G-23 Parran, 3:30 p.m. (624-3496)

Molecular Genetics & Biochemistry Lecture

"Involvement of Superantigens in Insulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus,"

Massimo Trucco, Children's Hospital;

1295 BST, 3:30 p.m. (648-9458)

Study Abroad Workshop

"National Security Education Program Information";

4E51 FQ, 3:30 p.m (648-7421)

Chemistry Colloquium

"Organometallic Chemistry at Transition Metal Boryl, Amido and Thiolate Complexes: Bonding Principles to Catalysis,"

John Hartwig, Yale; Chevron, Ashe Aud., 4 p.m. (624-8200)

Ph.D. Defense


"Mechanisms of Inhibition of NMDA-activated Responses by Amantadine and Memantine,"

Thomas Blanpied;

March 31, A224 Langley, noon


"Becoming Marginal: Fluid Community and Shamanism in the Pearl River Delta of South China,"

Tik-sang Liu;

March 31, 3H51 FQ, 2 p.m.


"A Predictive Model of Software Piracy Behaviour: An Empirical Validation,"

Alan Peace;

April 3, 120 Mervis, 2:30 p.m.

Biological Sciences

"Characterization of Two Mouse Neural Proteins: 1. Structure-function Studies of the Synapse-specific Clathrin Protein AP-3, and Its Identification as a High Affinity Receptor for Specific Inositol Polyphosphates. II Cloning and Characterization of the Novel Antigen F2-30,"

Weilan Ye;

April 4, A220 Langley, 10 a.m.

Hispanic Languages & Literatures

"Peruvian Literature in the Colonial Stabilization Period,"

Carlos Garcia-Bedoya;

April 4, 1217B CL, 1 p.m.


"Library Development Consultants in State Library Agencies: A Comparative Study of Background, Job Activities, Career Satisfaction & Educational Needs for Effecting Consulting,"

Jane Moore;

April 7, 602 LIS, 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.


"Multicultural Education in Birmingham, England: An Evaluation,"

Mohamed Yamba;

April 7, 3G52 FQ, 2:30 p.m.

History and Philosophy of Science

"A Comparison Between Lorentz's Ether Theory and Special Relativity in the Light of the Experiments of Trouton and Noble,"

Michel Janssen;

April 10, 1001 CL, 4:30 p.m.

Hispanic Languages & Literatures

"Metaphor Lexicalized to Myth: Don Juan From Tirso to Zorrilla, Laclos and Manzoni,"

Sara West;

April 11, 1217B CL, 2 p.m.

Theatre Arts

"The Theatrical Past in the Moment: Preface to a Semiotic Historiography of Theatre,"

John Barnes;

April 11, 1627 CL, 4-5:30 p.m.


"Vital Signs: Rhetorical Refigurations of 'The Feminist' for a Third Wave,"

Susan Biesecker-Mast;

April 12, 1102 CL, 10 A.M.


"A Study of the Costs of Multitype Library Cooperation Among Libraries in Illinois, New York and Pennsylvania,"

Sylverna Ford;

April 12, 601 LIS, 1-3 p.m.

Hispanic Languages & Literatures

"La Poesia de Distancias: Luis Felipe Vivanco (1907-1975),"

Earl Hudson Jr.;

April 13, 1217B CL, 11 a.m.


Kuntu Repertory Theatre

"Boppin' With the Ancestors,"

written by Rob Penney, directed by Vernell Lillie;

March 30 preview, March 31-April 2, April 6-9, April 13-15, Sundays at 5 p.m., all others at 8 p.m..

Stephen Foster Memorial (624-7298)

Studio Theatre

"Execution of Justice";

March 31-April 15, Studio Theatre, Tue.-Sat., 8 p.m.; Sunday, 2 p.m. (624-7529)

Johnstown Campus

"The Mighty Casey";

March 31, Pasquerilla Performing Arts Center, UPJ, 8 p.m.

"The Dream Catchers";

April 2, Pasquerilla Performing Arts Center, UPJ, 3 p.m.

"South Pacific";

April 5, Pasquerilla Performing Arts Center, UPJ, 8 p.m. (1-800-846-ARTS)

Bradford Campus

"Broadway Bound";

April 9, O'Kain Aud., Swarts Hall, UPB, 7:30 p.m. (814-362-7505)


Women's Studies

History of Women at Pitt;

Hillman ground fl., through April

Pitt Special Collections Reading Room

"Thomas C. Pears III Collection of Printing History and Design,"

works or designs printed by Thomas C. Pears III;

363 Hillman through April 14, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. (648-8190)


Fulbright Grants Competition Official opening on May 1 of the 1996-97 competition, and other grants for graduate study abroad in academic fields and for professional training in the creative and performing arts. Students currently enrolled at Pitt should contact Annagene Yucas, the Fulbright adviser, UCIS, 4G FQ. Deadline for the receipt of applications is Oct. 6, 1995.

Film and Video Acquisition/UCIR

Forward requests to Cindy Neff in Media Services (G-2 Hillman Library (624-6551).

Deadline: April 3.

Negro Educational Review

Editorial Board will hold its annual meeting April 7 & 8. Deadline for reservations: April 3. (648-7340)

Faculty Development Grants Competition

REES invites proposals to develop new courses on the region or add significant REES content to existing courses. Innovation in content or form, and a comparative or interdisciplinary perspective, are especially sought. All full-time faculty in CAS, CGS or professional schools may apply. Submission deadline: April 15. (648-2290)

Neuropsychiatry Conference

This conference is designed for psychiatric, neurologic and rehabilitation physicians, psychologists and nurses. Holiday Inn at University Center, May 5, 8:15 a.m. Deadline for registration: April 14. (647-8265)

Ben Franklin Challenge Grant

Matching grants of up to $100,000 each are available. Projects will be considered that involve research and development leading to the commercialization of a product or process. The deadline for submitting an application is 4 p.m., April 21. Funds will be made available beginning in September (681-1520)

Women's Studies Program

15th annualcompetition for the best student research on women or gender issues and concerns. Obtain a copy of the guidelines at 2632 CL. Deadline: Undergraduates (May 2); Graduates (May 9).

Calendar Deadline

The next issue of the University Times calendar will be published Thursday, April 13. It will contain events of April 13-27. Information for events during that period must be received by 5 p.m. April 6 at 308 Bellefield Hall. Information will not be accepted over the telephone but can be sent by FAX: 624-4579 or e-mail: njbrown@vms.cis.

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