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September 3, 1998


Thursday 3

CIS Technology Fair

FQ Galleria, 9 am-4 pm

UPCI Immunology Seminar

"MHC and Metastatic Properties of Tumor Cells," Eli Gorelik; W995 BST, noon

Theatre Arts/Russian and East European Studies Lecture

"Theatre in Slovakia: Sam Shepard's A Fool for Love," Pavol Palkovic, Academy of Dramatic Arts, Music & Dance, Bratislava, Slovakia; 113 CL, 4 pm

Friday 4

Anthropology Seminar

"The Informal Worship Fellowship: Community and Identity in a Reform Congregation," Reiko Itoh and Leonard Plotnicov; 3D10 FQ, 3 pm

Saturday 5

Pitt Football Game

vs. Villanova; Pitt Stadium, 3:30 pm

Pirates Baseball

Portion of ticket sales benefit UPCI Nathan S. Arenson Fund for Pancreatic Cancer Research; 3 Rivers Stadium, North Side, 7:05 pm (471-4118)

Monday 7

* Labor Day (University closed)

Tuesday 8

Bloodborne Pathogen Training

G-23 GSPH Aud., 9-10:30 am (624-9505)

Intercultural Bag Lunch

Student Health Service, Medical Arts, 5th fl. conf. rm., noon

Faculty Assembly Meeting

2P56 FQ, 3 pm

Wednesday 9

Katz SBDC Workshop

"Mechanics of Starting a Small Business"; 180 Mervis, 8 am

Pitt-United Way Day of Caring

9 am-4 pm (383-1667)

Pitt Women's International Club Luncheon

"Annual Scholarship Luncheon;" University Club, noon

UCSUR Open Forum

Search Committee for UCSUR Director; 121 University Pl., 2nd fl. large conf. rm., 1-2:30 pm

Thursday 10

Katz SBDC Workshop

"Balancing Work, Family …Life," Family Enterprise Center; PAA, 8 am (648-1542)

Russian & East European Studies Lecture

"Polish Society in Transition," Pavol Polawski, U. of Warsaw; 4E51 FQ, noon

UPCI Immunology Seminar

Olivera Finn; W995 BST, noon

Bioethics Grand Rounds

"Research Ethics and Public Health: Controversy Over AIDS Trials in Africa," John Mendeloff; lecture rm. 1 Scaife, noon-1 pm

West European Studies Address

"Austria's European Union Presidency," Helmut Tuerk, Austrian ambassador to U.S.; 2M2P56 FQ, 2 pm

Friday 11

* Fall term add/drop period ends

Senate BPC Meeting

WPU Dining Rm. B, noon

Saturday 12

Pitt Open House

For faculty, staff, students, members of the public interested in Pitt's 10-year building plan; CL Commons Room, 9 am-1 pm

Survival Skills and Ethics Workshop

"Writing and Defending a Dissertation"; 1P56 FQ 9 am-2 pm

Monday 14

Senate Council Meeting

2P56 FQ, 3 pm

Tuesday 15

Human Resources Seminar

"Keeping Investing Simple-the Basics," Vanguard; WPU Kurtzman Rm., noon- 5 pm (To register:1-800-662-0106, x 14629)

Philosophy of Science Lecture

"The Analysis of Singular Spacetimes," Erik Curiel, Stanford; 817R CL, noon

Intercultural Bag Lunch

Student Health Service, Medical Arts, 5th fl. conf. rm., noon

C.F. Reynolds Medical History Society Lecture

"Racial Hygiene: Medicine Under the Nazis," Robert Proctor, Penn State; Scaife lecture rm. 5, 6 pm

Music on the Edge Concert

Andre Rangell, pianist; FFA Aud., 8 pm (624-4125)

Wednesday 16

Human Resources Seminar

"Becoming a Savvy Investor-Beyond the Basics," Vanguard; WPU Kurtzman Rm., noon (To register:1-800-662-0106, x 14629)

Staff Association Council Meeting

2P56 FQ, 12:30 pm

Linguistics Colloquium

144 CL, 3 pm

Reproductive Physiology/ Cell Biology & Physiology Ernst Knobil Lecture

"Transgenic Models to Study Reproduction and Oncogenesis," Martin Matzuk, Baylor; BST, EEI lobby, Aud. S100, 4 pm

Indian Concert

Shubhendra Rao and Partho Sarathy with Tanmoy Bose (tabla), Mellon Institute Aud., 7:30 pm (963-8023)

Chemistry Bayer Lecture

"Lessons From the Immune System: From Catalysis to Materials," Peter Schultz, UC Berkeley; Chevron Ashe Aud., 8:15 pm

Thursday 17

Alzheimer Research Seminar

"Everyone Wins: Creating Unique Respite & Learning Opportunities," Barbara Spier & Nancy Dreher Haft, Alzheimer Assn.; ADRC conf. rm., 4 S. Montefiore, noon-1 pm

UPCI Immunology Seminar

William Chambers; W995 BST, noon

Asian Studies/East Asian Languages Reception

2M56 FQ, 3:30-5 pm

Chemistry Bayer Lecture

"Probing Protein Structure and Function With an Expanded Genetic Code," Peter Schultz, UC Berkeley; Chevron Ashe Aud., 3:30 pm


Pitt Photo Exhibit

"The Golden Age of Hollywood"; through Sept. 30, Special Collections Reading Rm., 363 Hillman, M-F 9 am-5 pm, Tuesdays to 8 pm

Ph.D. Defense


"Inflectional Morphology in Hungarian," Anna Fenyvesi, linguistics; Sept. 9, 2809 CL, 3 pm

Calendar Deadline

The next issue of the University Times calendar will contain events of Sept. 17-Oct. 1. Information for events during that period must be received by Sept. 10 at 308 Bellefield Hall. Send information by FAX to 624-4579 or e-mail to

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