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September 27, 2007


Science 2007 events listed separately below.

Thursday 27

Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds

“Hypothermia,” Clif Callaway;

“Post Arrest Care,” Jon Rittenberger;

“Salicylates,” Robert Cannon;

“Interesting Cases,” Frank Guyette;

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

University Business & Financial Services Workshop

“Purchasing Fundamentals”;

342 Craig, 9 am-3 pm

International Week Lecture

“Emergency USA,” Alberto Colombi;

4130 Posvar, 10 am (also at 1:30 pm, 4-2918)

Molecular Biophysics & Structural Biology Seminar

“What Cryo-Electron Microscopy of Bacteriophages Tells Us About Virus Biology,”

James Conway;

6014 BST3, 11 am

Neurology Lecture

“Intracranial Vessel Disease,”

Vivek Reddy;

802 Kaufmann, 11 am

Asia Over Lunch Lecture

“Human Trafficking in Asia Linked With International Migration to Japan & South Korea,”

Minwoo Yun, Wheeling Jesuit;

4130 Posvar, noon (8-7371)

Endocrine Research Conference

“Hydroxychloroquine & Risk of Diabetes,”

Mary Wasko;

1195 Starzl BST, noon

EOH Seminar

“Tumor Microenvironmental Signals in the Breast & Lung,”

Derek Radisky;

Bridgeside Point Bldg. 5th fl. conf. rm., 2nd Ave., noon

HSLS Lunch With a Librarian

“Finding Full-Text Articles”;

Falk Library conf. rm. B, noon

Immunology Seminar

“A New Immunoregulatory Axis of NKT Cell Subsets Regulating Immunity to Cancer,”

Jay Berzofsky;

Scaife aud. 5, noon (8-7050)

International Week Lecture

“U.A.E.-U.S.: Common Interests, Shared Vision,”

Reem Al-Hashimy;

WPU Kurtzman Rm., noon (8-1778)

Johnstown Campus International Faculty/Fulbright Luncheon

Student Union Scholars Rm., UPJ, noon

Dental Medicine Faculty Development Seminar

“Help With Research & the Path to Promotion,”

Alexandre Vieira;

371 Salk, 1 pm

HSLS Workshop

“Searching Nursing Literature”;

Falk Library classrm. 1, 1-2:30 pm

Law Thornburgh Lecture

“Why I Only Give Take-Home Exams: A Disability Perspective,”

Ruth Colker, Ohio State;

Teplitz Courtrm., Barco, 1-2:30 pm (8-1373)

HSLS Workshop

“EndNote Basics”;

Falk Library classrm. 2, 2-4 pm

International Week Health & Rehabilitation Expo

Forbes Tower, 2:30-5:30 pm (3-6554)

Biostatistics Lecture

“De-mystifying Medical Cost Estimators: What We Found After 10 Years,”

Heejung Bang;

A115 Crabtree, 3:30 pm

Geology & Planetary Science Colloquium

“Evidence for Water in Volcanic Rocks Seen by the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit in Gusev Crater,”

Mariek Schmidt;

11 Thaw, 4 pm

International Week Karaoke Night

WPU Ballrm. & Kurtzman Rm., 5-10:30 pm (8-7426)

Johnstown Campus Management Forum

Student Union, Cambria Rm., UPJ, 5 pm

International Week Panel Discussion

“Bridging the Gap Between Africans & Africans in the Diaspora”;

324 CL, 6-8:30 pm

Medical History Society Lecture

“Benjamin Franklin & Medical Electricity,”

Stanley Finger; Scaife aud. 5, 6 pm

International Week Film

“Rx for Survival”;

4130 Posvar, 7-9 pm (4-2918)

International Week Film

“Dangerous Living: Coming Out in the Developing World”;

630 WPU, 8:45-10:30 pm (412/576-2954)

Johnstown Campus Foam Dance Party

Sports Ctr., UPJ, 9 pm-mid.

Friday 28

SBDC Workshop

“The 2nd Step: Business Plan Workshop”;

104 Mervis, 7:30-10 am (to register: 8-1542)

Study Abroad Fair

WPU lawn, 8:30 am-4 pm (4-2918)

Pitt Day of Caring

Various sites, 9 am-4 pm

Int’l Services Workshop

“Introduction to OIS & Basic Concepts in U.S. Immigration Law”; 342 Craig, 9 am-noon

International Fair

WPU lawn, 11 am-3pm (3-7165)

Sr. Vice Chancellor’s Research Seminar

“Signal Integration in T-Cell Activation,”

Lawrence Kane;

Scaife aud. 6, noon

CIDDE Faculty Workshop

“Facilitating & Evaluating Online Discussions,”

Carol DeArment;

815 Alumni, noon-1:30 pm (3-9729)

Johnstown Campus Engineering Technology Luncheon

Engineering & Science Bldg., UPJ, 1-5 pm

Johnstown Campus Presidential Inauguration Ceremony

Pasquerilla Performing Arts Ctr., UPJ, 2:30 pm

Geology & Planetary Science Colloquium

“Geoengineering: A Possible Insurance Policy Against Large Changes in Climate,”

Michael MacCracken;

11 Thaw, 3 pm

Law Alumni Week Presentation

“Ethical Challenges Facing Attorneys & Law Schools: The View From 50 Years in the Legal Profession,”

Richard Thornburgh, Derrick Bell & Norman Rubash;

Teplitz Courtrm., Barco, 3-5 pm (8-1305)


“Organizational Strategies for Community Services: Looking Back 10 Years, Looking Forward to the Next 50”;

WPU lower lounge, 3:30-6 pm (4-6614)

Classics Lecture

“Tragic Theory & Its Consequences: The Case of Sophocles’ ‘Antigone,’”

Wolfgang Bernard;

244A CL, 4 pm (4-4494)

Medieval & Renaissance Studies Lecture

“Crossing the Road With Margery Kempe,”

Ruth Evans;

501 CL, 4 pm

Johnstown Campus Alumni Reception

Blackington, UPJ, 5-7 pm

Allegheny Observatory Open House

159 Riverview Ave., North Side, 7-10 pm (reservations: 412/321-2400)

Johnstown Campus Homecoming Event

“Musical Comedy With Johnny Cardinale”;

Cambria Rm., Student Union, UPJ, 8 pm

Pitt Arts/Pitt Night

Pgh. Symphony Orchestra;

Heinz Hall, Downtown, 8 pm

Saturday 29

Latin American & Caribbean Festival

Carnival: Carnegie Library, 10 am-5 pm; Festival: WPU, 1 pm-mid.;

“Remakes”: FFA Gallery, 1-6 pm (8-7394)

International Week Soccer Tournament

CL lawn, noon-6 pm

Center for Philosophy of Science Lecture

“Truth Unbounded,”

Solomon Feferman;

817R CL, 3:30 pm

Johnstown Campus Homecoming Parade

Starts at LLC, UPJ, 2 pm

International Week Cross-Cultural Forum

630 WPU, 6-7:30 pm (3-7165)

Johnstown Campus Homecoming Performance

Gym Class Heroes; Sports Ctr., UPJ, 8 pm

Music on the Edge Concert

“Powerhouse Pianists Festival II,”

Stephen Gosling & Margaret Kampmeier;

Bellefield aud., 8 pm

Sunday 30

International Week Dinner

“Mevlana Jalal al-Din Rumi: Muslim Migrant & Mystic,”

Scott Alexander;

WPU Assembly Rm., 5:30 pm (8-2113)

Johnstown Campus Athletic Hall of Fame Dinner

LLC, UPJ, 6 pm


Monday 1

HSLS Workshop

“PubMed Basics”;

Falk Library classrm. 1, 10-11:30 am

HSLS Workshop

“EndNote Basics”;

Falk Library classrm. 2, 1-3 pm

Bradford Campus Small Business Institute Program

Pitt-Bradford Outreach Services Classrm.,

Seneca Building, Bradford, 6-8:30 pm (also Oct. 8, 814/362-0248)

Book Launch

“The Secret History of the War on Cancer,”

Devra Davis;

Scaife aud. 6, 7 pm (7-3555)

Titusville Campus Concert

The Dixie Doodlers & The Satin Dolls;

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

Pgh. Contemporary Writers Reading

George Saunders;

FFA aud., 8:30 pm (4-6506)

Tuesday 2

University Business & Financial Services Workshop

“Protecting Yourself Against Identity Theft,”

Matt Tolbert;

342 Craig, 9-11 am

ULS Information Literacy Meeting

272 Hillman, 11 am

Health Services Research Seminar

“Psychiatric Hospitalization in Medicaid-Enrolled Adults: Who Gets Timely Follow-up Care?”

Bradley Stein;

1102 Scaife, noon

Pharmaceutical Sciences Seminar

“Drug-induced Hepatotoxicity: Insights From the Acetaminophen Mouse Model,”

Neil Kaplowitz;

456 Salk, noon

UPCI Basic Research Seminar

“Mechanisms & Consequences of Radiation-Induced TGF-beta,”

Mary-Helen Barcellos-Hoff;

Cooper conf. ctr. B/C, noon

HSLS Workshop

“Introduction to VectorNTI”;

Falk Library classrm. 2, 1-3 pm

Faculty Assembly Meeting

2700 Posvar, 3 pm

Chemistry Lecture

“Visible & Near Infrared Emitting Lanthanide Nanoscale Compounds for Bioanalytical & Imagery Applications: Polymetallic Dendrimer Complexes & Nanocrystals Incorporating Lanthanides,”

Stephane Petroud;

12A Chevron, 4 pm

Provost’s Inaugural Lecture

“How (Well-Structured) Talk Builds the Mind,”

Lauren Resnick, LRDC;

FFA aud., 4 pm (4-5750)

Endocrinology & Metabolism Bone Club

“Accessorizing the PTH Receptor to Regulate Signaling & Function,”

Peter Friedman;

1195 Starzl BST, 4:30 pm

Johnstown Campus Comedy Night

Kira Soltanovich;

Student Union Cambria Rm., UPJ, 9 pm

Wednesday 3

Orthopaedic Surgery Grand Rounds

“Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction in Patients With Open Physis: Advancements in 3D Modeling,”

John Xerogeanes;

Montefiore 7th fl. aud., 7 am

Clinical Oncology & Hematology Grand Rounds

“Compliance Update,”

Frank Czura;

Herberman conf. ctr., UPMC Cancer Pavilion, 2nd fl. aud., Shadyside, 8 am

Human Resources Workshop

“Compensation Administration for Supervisors”; 342 Craig, 9 am-noon

Pitt Arts Event

Arte y Pureza Flamenco;

WPU main level, noon (4-4498)

Pathology Seminar

“Novel Mechanisms in Liver Health & Disease,”

Paul Monga;

1104 Scaife, noon (8-1040)

University of Pgh. Press Celebration of Ed Ochester

Gerald Stern, poet;

Parran aud., 7:30 pm (3-2493)

Thursday 4

Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds

“Atrial Fibrillation,” Gary Pollock;

“Morbidity & Mortality Conference,”

Michael Turturro; “Oral Core Content Session,”

Robert Frank; “Potpourri,”

Kaveh Ilkhanipour;

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

Professional Development Workshop

“Writing With Style! Official University Style, That Is,”

Terry Capp, Shannon Proud & Sarah Rosenson;

342 Craig, 9-11 am

Greensburg Campus Graduate & Professional School Fair

Chambers, UPG, 10:30 am-1:30 pm

Molecular Biophysics & Structural Biology Seminar

“Protein Disorder, Foldability & Function,”

Carlos Camacho; 2014 BST3, 11 am

Asia Over Lunch Lecture

“Youth Perceptions of HIV/AIDS in the Republic of Kirkbati & Social Projects to Educate People About the Virus,”

Mike Roman;

4130 Posvar, noon (8-7371)

Endocrine Research Conference

“Pancreatic Beta Cell Replication: Glucose as a Positive Mediator,”

Laura Alonoso;

1195 Starzl BST, noon

Immunology Seminar

“Regulation of Immunity in Allograft Tolerance & Cancer,”

Randolph Noelle; Scaife aud. 5, noon

Chemistry Lecture

“Synthesis & Self-Organization of Hybrid Gold Nanocrystals,” Eugene Zubarev; 12B Chevron, 2:30 pm

Chemistry Novartis Lecture

“Transition Metal-Catalyzed Carbon-Carbon & Carbon-Heteroatom Bond Forming Processes: Progress, Applications & Mechanistic Studies,” Stephen Buchwald; 12 Chevron, 4 pm

Geology & Planetary Science Colloquium

“Soil Geochemistry of the Antarctic Dry Valleys,” Michael Poage; 11 Thaw, 4 pm

Regenerative Medicine Seminar

“Forcing the Issue: Mechanical Stimulation & Its Influence on Biological Function,” Roger Kamm; Scaife aud. 5, 4 pm

Greensburg Campus Physics Lecture

“Sputnik 50 Years Later: The Rocky Road of Rocket Science,” Todd Brown; Lyceum, UPG, 7:30 pm

Friday 5

Hispanic Academic Conference

“(Des)articulationces in/With Latin American & Caribbean Cultural Processes”;

keynote:Debra Castillo, Cornell, 11 am;

G24 CL (also on Oct. 6)

Pitt/UPMC Conference

“Late-Life Depression, Dementia & Bereavement: Integration of Research, Teaching & Clinical Care,”

keynote: Katherine Shear, 1:15 pm;

Soldiers & Sailors, 8 am-4:45 pm (412/802-6917)

Rheumatology Grand Rounds

“Gene & Cell-based Therapies for Arthritis: Pre-Clinical & Clinical Studies,”

Paul Robbins;

S712 Starzl BST, 8:15-9:30 am

Personal Development Workshop

“The Golden Rule… Do You Use It?”

David Morris; 342 Craig, 9-11 am

Medical Education Grand Rounds

“The SlideTutor Project: An Intelligent Medical Training System for Visual Diagnosis,”

Rebecca Crowley;

Scaife aud. 3, noon

Senate Budget Policies Meeting

501 CL, noon-2

CIDDE Faculty Workshop

“Extreme Makeover: Multimedia & Learning Principles,”

Barbara Frey & Bill Johnston;

815 Alumni, noon-1:30 pm (3-9729)

Classics Lecture

“Sotto ‘l buono Augusto: Pindaric Praise in Augustan Rome,”

Richard Thomas;

244A CL, 4 pm

HA&A Lecture

“Elizabeth Jane Gardner,”

Charles Pearo;

202 FFA, 4 pm

Greensburg Campus Latin American Music Workshop

“Celebrating the Roots of Latin American Music & Dance Rhythms,”

Sol y Canto; Smith lounge, UPG, 4:30 (concert in Ferguson Theater, 8 pm)

Music on the Edge Concert

“Powerhouse Pianists Festival III,”

Marilyn Nonken & Kathleen Supove;

Bellefield aud., 8 pm

Saturday 6

India Medical Conference

“Global Health & Sustainable Development”;

114 Mervis (also Oct. 7, 8-7367)

Philosophy Colloquium

“Response-Dependent Concepts,”

Kit Fine;

244B CL, 4:30 pm

Monday 8

Senate Council Meeting

2700 Posvar, 3 pm

UCIS Lecture

“Exit, Voice & Reform of Male Breadwinner Social Structure: Low-Fertility Equilibrium in Japan & Italy,”

Leonard Schoppa;

4130 Posvar, 3:30-5 pm (8-7109)

Music Mondays

Bellefield aud., 8 pm

Tuesday 9

Clinical Research Seminar

“CTSI Center for Clinical & Translational Informatics Overview”;

Montefiore LHAS aud., 8-9:30 am

Personal Development Workshop

“Professionalism in an Evolving Workplace,”

Annette Kolski-Andreaco;

342 Craig, 9-11 am

Pathology Seminar

“Pulmonary Host Defense & Pneumonia,”

Claire Doerschuk;

1105A/B Scaife, 10 am (8-1040)

Survival Skills & Ethics Brown Bag Lunch

“Careers at Research Universities”;

S100 BST2, noon-1:30 pm

Classics Lecture

“God’s Transcendent Activity: Tontotheology in Metaphysics Lambda,”

Markus Gabriel;

817R CL, noon

CRSP Lecture

“Shopping Under Suspicion: Consumer Racial Profiling & Perceived Victimization,”

Shaun Gabbidon;

2017 CL, noon-1:30 pm

Health Services Research Seminar

“Computerizing Preventive Health Counseling for Reproductive-aged Women,”

Eleanor Schwarz;

1105A Scaife, noon

Pharmacy Distinguished Lecture

“A New Approach to Identifying the Initial Mutations That Lead to Cancer,”

Craig Thompson;

355 Salk, noon

Vaccine Research Seminar

“Vaccines From Green Plants: Rapid & Robust Production of Y Pestis F1 & V Antigens,”

Hugh Mason;

6014 BST3, noon

HSLS Workshop

“Sequence Similarity Searching”;

Falk Library classrm. 2, 1-3 pm

Geology & Planetary Science Colloquium

“Acadian-Alleghanian Orogenesis as Revealed by Fracturing Within the Appalachian Foreland,”

Terry Engelder;

11 Thaw, 4 pm

Endocrinology & Metabolism Bone Club

“Osteoporosis in Men,”

Hugo Lin;

1195 Starzl BST, 4:30 pm

Wednesday 10

Orthopaedic Surgery Grand Rounds

“Surgical vs. Nonoperative Treatment of HNP & Degenerative Spondylolithesis: The Sports Trial,”

Todd Albert;

Montefiore 7th fl. aud., 7 am

Clinical Oncology & Hematology Grand Rounds

“New Developments in the Treatment of Head & Neck Cancer: The Promise of Individualized Therapy,”

Christine Chung;

Herberman conf. ctr., UPMC Cancer Pavilion, Shadyside, 8 am

Int’l Services Workshop

“International Admissions”;

342 Craig, 9 am-noon

Science 2007 Supplier Showcase

Petersen, 10 am-3 pm

Pitt Arts Concert

Joe Negri Trio;

WPU main level, noon-1 pm (4-4498)

HSLS Lunch With a Librarian

“Are You Making an Impact?”;

Falk Library conf. rm. B, noon

Pathology Seminar

“Histologic Subtypes of Hepatoblastoma Are Characterized by Differential Canonical WNT & Notch Pathway Activation of DLK+ Precursors,”

Dolores Lopez-Terrada;

1105B/C Scaife, noon (8-1040)

Religious Studies Colloquium

“The Response of the U.S. Catholic Church to United States Policy in Central America, 1950-1990,”

Edward Brett;

2628 CL, noon

Oakland Business District Lecture

“Health Insurance Strategies for Small Businesses,”

Tom Henschke, SMC Business Councils;

Thomas Juring, SBDC;

Anthony Benevento & David White, UPMC Health Plan;

Wyndham Garden Hotel, 2 pm

Classics Lecture

“Exploring the Ancient Greek City: Excavations at Azoria on Crete,”

Margaret Mook;

239 CL, 4:30 pm

Johnstown Campus Pasquerilla Lecture

Robert Pelton;

Pasquerilla Performing Arts Ctr., UPJ, 7 pm

Greensburg Campus St. Clair Lecture

“Westmoreland’s Downtown Heritage: From the Gilded Age to the Disney Era,”

Anne Mosher;

Ferguson Theater, Smith, UPG 7:30 pm (724/836-7497)


vs. Navy, Heinz Field, 8 pm

Thursday 11

• Science 2007 begins.

Registration/Continental Breakfast

Alumni foyer, 8 am

Spotlight Session 1: Chromosome Tips: Holding Back Human Disease

Moderator: Richard Wood;

“The Role of Preserving Chromosome Ends in Protection Against Aging & Cancer,”

Patricia Opresko;

“The Rule of Four: A Nontraditional Approach to Recognizing Guanine-Rich DNA & RNA Targets,”

Bruce Armitage;

“More Is Less: How Too Much of a Good Thing Leaves Cells Chromosomally Challenged,”

William Saunders;

532 Alumni, 9 am

Spotlight Session 2: Energy Harvesting & Efficiency

Moderator: David Waldeck;

“Carbon Nanotube Sensors for Environmental Monitoring,”

Alexander Star;

“Greener Energy Systems for Buildings & Small Communities,”

Laura Schaefer;

“Reflection Seismic & Rock Physics Investigations Relevant to Carbon Dioxide Sequestration,”

William Harbert;

531 Alumni, 9 am

Spotlight Session 3: Development & Implementation of a Translational Model in Obesity

Moderator: Linda Siminerio;

“Applying a Rodent Model to Understanding Physiological & Metabolic Parameters in Obesity-Related Research,”

Robert O’Doherty;

“Understanding the Physiological & Metabolic Parameters Affecting Body Weight Regulation & Related Chronic Diseases in Humans,”

Bret Goodpaster;

“Translation of Basic & Applied Obesity Research to a Clinical & Community Intervention,”

John Jakicic;

science lecture hall, 3rd fl. Alumni, 9 am

Dickson Prize in Medicine Lecture

“Telomerase & the Consequences of Telomere Dysfunction,”

Carol Greider, Johns Hopkins;

aud. 7 Alumni, 11 am

Poster Session 1

Alumni Ballrm. 1st fl., 1 pm

Science at Work Session 1:

“Concurrent EDA: Leveraging Economic Development Resources to Transform University Research Into Marketable Products”

Moderator: Marc Malandro;

panelists: Raymond Hoare, Chuck Brandt,

Patricia Rogan, Randy Eager;

531 Alumni, 1 pm

Science at Work Session 2:

Concept to Commercialization: See How the Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse Executive-in-Residence Program Drives Innovation

Moderator: John Manzetti;

panelists: James Jordan, Fred Maroni, Craig Markovitz;

532 Alumni, 1 pm

Spotlight Session 4: When Good Proteins Go Bad

Moderator: Jeffrey Brodsky;

“Alpha-1-Antitrypsin Deficiency: An Aggregation-Prone Protein Causes Liver Diseases in Children,”

David Perlmutter;

“When Good Worms Turn Bad: New Models to Study Protein Aggregation & Elimination,”

Gary Silverman;

“Wrestling With CFTR Folding: SUMO Enters the Ring,”

Raymond Frizzell;

532 Alumni, 2 pm

Spotlight Session 5: Fuels of the Future

Moderator: Minking Chyu; “Greenhouse Gas Management & Its Role in Future Fuels,”

Carl Bauer;

“The Peaking of World Oil Production & Its Mitigation,”

Robert Hirsch;

“Renaissance Realities: Nuclear Power in an Ever Changing World,”

Stephen Tritch;

science lecture hall, 3rd fl. Alumni, 2 pm

Spotlight Session 6: The Senses

Moderator: Karl Kandler;

“Patterning Matters: What Do Zebrafish Tell Us About Retinal Development?”

Xiangyun Wei;

“Touching Whiskers: Feeling Our Way Through the Machinery of the Brain,”

Daniel Simons;

“Dynamics & Interactions of the Visual Photoreceptor Rhodopsin,”

Judith Klein-Seetharaman;

531 Alumni, 2 pm

Provost Lecture

“Nation Under Siege,”

Edward Mazria; aud. 7 Alumni, 4 pm

Reception & Technology Showcase

WPU lower lounge, 5 pm

HSLS Workshop

“Advanced PowerPoint for Presentations”;

WPIC Library classrm., 9-11 am

Asia Over Lunch Lecture

“Unseasonal Winds of Love: Prostitution in Early Modern Nagasaki,”

Martha Chaiklin;

4130 Posvar, noon (8-7371)

EOH Seminar

“NKG2D Functions in Infection & COPD,”

Michael Borchers;

Bridgeside Point Bldg. 5th fl. conf. rm., 2nd Ave., noon

CIDDE Faculty Workshop

“Leading Effective Classroom Discussions,”

Carol DeArment;

815 Alumni, noon-1:30 pm (3-9729)

University Business & Financial Services Workshop

“Protecting Sensitive Information,”

Matt Tolbert;

342 Craig, 1-3 pm

Regenerative Medicine Seminar

“Neural Basis of Reach Preparation & Communication Prostheses,”

Krishna Shenoy;

Scaife aud. 5, 4 pm

French & Italian Open House

WPU Ballrm., 5-7 pm (4-5220)

International Adoption Conference Lecture

“Adoption: A Two-Way Street,”

Emily Prager, 501 CL, 8 pm

Music on the Edge Concert

The Sirius String Quartet;

Bellefield aud., 8 pm

PhD Defenses


“Literacies of Membership: The 19th Century Politics of Access,”

Holly Middleton;

Sept. 28, 526 CL, 2 pm


“Relationship Between Serum Anticholinergic Activity, Cognition & Ocular Response,”

Marci Chew;

Oct. 5, 456 Salk, 1 pm


“On the Self That Can Be Self-Deceived,”

Graham Hubbs;

Oct. 9, 1001B CL, 5 pm


International Week Performance

“The Damask Drum”;

through Sept. 29 at 8 pm, also Sept. 29 & Sept. 30 at 2 pm, Studio Theatre, CL (4-7529)

Johnstown Campus

“Peter Pan: The High-Flying Broadway Musical”;

Oct. 4, Mainstage, Pasquerilla, UPJ, 7:30 pm

Pitt Repertory

“The Recruiting Officer”;

Oct. 10-21 at 8 pm, also 2 pm on Oct. 13, 14, 20 & 21, Heymann Theatre


International Week Photo Exhibit

Through Sept. 29, WPU Kimbo Art Gallery (3-7165)

Magee Art Exhibit

“Oncology on Canvas”;

through Oct. 12, Magee Womens Hospital main lobby, 9 am-4 pm (7-3555)

Hillman Library

“Green Black-capt Flycatcher”;

through Oct. 8,

“Brown-headed Nuthatch”;

Oct. 9-22, Audubon exhibit case, Hillman gr. fl. (8-7715)

FFA Art Exhibit

“Remakes: Silk Screens by Elio Rodriguez”; through Oct. 24, FFA cloisters, 10 am-4 pm, Sept. 29, 1-6 pm (8-7394)

Hillman Photo Exhibit

“Anne X. Alpern”; through Oct. 31, Hillman ground fl. (4-4364)

Barco Law Library Exhibit

“Architectural Rendering”; through Nov. 9, Barco Library Gallery (8-1376)


Chancellor’s Award for Staff for Excellence in Service to the Community

Nomination letters due to Jane Thompson, 1817 CL, by Sept. 28.

Chancellor’s Award for Staff for Excellence in Service to the University

Nomination letters due to Jane Thompson, 1817 CL, by Sept. 28.

Chancellor’s Distinguished Teaching Award

Nomination letters due to Patricia Beeson, 809 CL, by Oct. 8.

Chancellor’s Distinguished Public Service Awards

Nomination letters due to Andrew Blair, 826 CL, by Oct. 22.

Chancellor’s Distinguished Research Awards

Nomination letters due to George Klinzing, 826 CL, by Oct. 22.

Bellet A&S Teaching Excellence Award

Nominations due to Juan Manfredi, 140 Thackeray, by Oct. 31.

Nationality Room Bowman Grants

Applications due Nov. 16 at noon to 1209 CL (4-6150)

Event Deadline

The next issue of the University Times calendar will be published Oct. 11. It will contain events of Oct. 11-25. Information must be received by 5 pm Oct. 4 at 308 Bellefield Hall. Information may be sent by fax to 4-4579 or email to


Information submitted for the Calendar of the Times 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 also should be included. Information should be sent to the University Times 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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