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March 31, 2005


Thursday 31

Medical Grand Rounds

“Resistant Gram Positive Infection,” Nalini Rao; west wing aud. Shadyside, 8-9 am

Pediatric Surgery Lecture

“Management of Pulmonary Metastatic Disease”; 4A496 Children’s, 8 am

FSDP Workshop

“Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff at Work,” Flo Van Cara; 342 Craig, 9-10:30 am (4-8046)

Bioethics & Health Law Grand Rounds

“My God, My Choice: When Adolescents Refuse Medical Treatment for Religious Reasons,” Jonathan Will; Detre Aud. WPIC, noon-1 pm

Immunology Seminar

“Achieving Graft-vs.-Leukemia Effects Without Graft-vs.-Host Disease: Lessons From Rodent Models,” Markus Mapara, UPCI; lecture rm. 5 Scaife, noon (8-7050)

OIS Intercultural Lunch

Dining Rm. B WPU, noon (4-2100; also April 7 & 14)

TIAA/CREF Info Session

“Getting Ready for Retirement,” 342 Craig, noon-1 pm (register: 877/209-3136)

Chemistry Lectures

“Synthetic Mimics of Mammalian Cell Surface Receptors: Novel Tools for Targeting Cells & Ligands,” Blake Peterson, PSU; 12B Chevron, 2:30 pm; “Interactions of Electrons & DNA,” Ron Naaman, Weizman Inst. of Science; 12B Chevron, 4 pm (4-8200)

GSPH Thomas Parran Lecture

“Achieving the Promise of Public Health,” Noreen Clark, U of MI; G23 Parran, 3-4 pm (4-3001)

Biostatistics Seminar

Kerby Sheden, U of MI; A115 Crabtree, 3:30 pm

Geology & Planetary Science Colloquium

“Methyl Mercury Speciation: New Methods & Application to Environmental Issues & Homeland Security,” Skip Kingston, Duquesne; 11 Thaw, 4 pm (4-8780)

Education Horace Mann Lecture

“Implications of Cultural Differences in Education,” Barbara Bowman, Chicago Public Schools; FFA aud., 5 pm

Greensburg Campus Lecture

“Average Is Just Not Good Enough. Period.” Ken Carter; Chambers Gym, UPG, 7 pm (tickets: 724/836-7497)


Friday 1

HPI Governance Briefing

“Scenario Planning in Health Care: Navigating an Uncertain Future,” Marian Jennings; PAA, 8-9:30 am (4-6105)

Medical Grand Rounds

“The COX-2 Controversy: An FDA Panelist’s Perspective,” Susan Manzi; lecture rm. 6 Scaife, 8-9 am

Anthropology Lecture

“Agency & Ethnicity in Ancient Urbanism: The Neighborhoods of Teotihuacan From an Isotopic Perspective,” Christine White, U of W. Ontario; 3106 Posvar, noon

Infectious Disease Research Seminar

“Malaria & Innate Immunity: The Beginning of the End,” Kevin Kain; 1104 Scaife, noon

Religious Studies Colloquium

“Doubly Neglected: Women Monastics in Orthodox Christianity,” Milica Bakic-Hayden; 2628 CL, noon-1 pm (4-5990)

Senior Vice Chancellor’s Research Seminar

“DNA Crosslink: Connections With Cancer & Aging,” Laura Niedernhofer; lecture rm. 6 Scaife, noon

Senate Budget Policies Committee Meeting

501 Cl, noon-2 pm

Philosophy of Science Lecture

“Galileo’s Roman Agenda,” William Shea, U of Padua; 2500 Posvar, 3:30 pm

Mathematics Colloquium

Giovanni Leoni, CMU; 704 Thackeray, 4 pm

Medieval & Renaissance Studies Lecture

“Fairford’s Doom: How the Devil Defied the Forces of the Reformation & Still Survives in a Small Town Gloucestershire,” John Twyning; 501 CL, 4 pm (4-6532)

English/Communication/A&S Symposium

Lower lounge WPU, 5 pm

Pitt Dance Ensemble Performance

Trees Dance Studio, 8 pm (also April 2; 8-8262)

Saturday 2

English/Communication/A&S Symposium

Kurtzman Rm. WPU, 8:30 am-12:15 pm; Dining Rm. A WPU, 2:30-6 pm

CGS Adult Info Session

McCarl Ctr. 4th fl. CL, 10:30 am-noon (register: 4-6600)

Johnstown Campus Concert

OAR; Sports Ctr., UPJ, 8 pm (814/269-2080)

Sunday 3

English/Communication/A&S Symposium

Lower lounge WPU, 9 am

Johnstown Campus Film

“China: The 21st Century”; Pasquerilla, UPJ, 3 pm (814/269-2080)

Men’s Glee Club Concert

159 N. Bellefield, 3 pm (4-4125)

Pgh. Compline Choir Concert

James Burns; Heinz Chapel, 8:30 pm (412/682-6886)

Monday 4

TIAA-CREF One-on-One Counseling Session

100 Craig, 8:30 am-4:30 pm (appointment: 877/209-3136; also April 11)

CGS Public Service Info Sessions

WPU, noon-4 pm; 6-8:30 pm (register: 4-6600)

Research in Chronic Disease Lecture

“DNA Does Not Mean Do Not Attempt,” Carolyn Driscoll, U of TN; 129 Victoria, noon-1:15 pm (4-8392)

HA&A Lecture

“Urban Space & Political Ideology: The Restoration of Medieval Verona Under the Fascist Regime,” Maria Anniballe; 203 FFA, noon-1 pm

Bioterrorism Lecture

“Bioterrorism, Emergency Management & the New Public Health Leadership Role of State & Local Health Departments,” David Carney, Office of Emergency Preparedness & Response; G23 Parran, 4-6 pm (3-2400)

Biological Sciences Seminar

“Specific Tasks for a Ubiquitous Chaperone: GRP94 Is Important for Development, Cell Survival & Antigen Presentation,” Yair Argon, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia & Penn; 169 Crawford, 4:15 pm

Public Health Practice Roundtable Case Lecture

“Vaccine-Preventable Occupation-Related Diseases”; A115 Crabtree, 4:30-5:30 pm (3-2884)

Book Ctr./English Book Reading

“Dear Zoe,” Philip Beard; FFA aud., 7 pm (8-1453)

PPC Lecture

Wes Craven; WPU Ballrm., 8:30 pm (8-7900)

Tuesday 5

Faculty & Staff Blood Drive

WPU, 8 am-4 pm, Victoria Lounge, 8 am-2 pm (4-7702)

Health Services Seminar

“An Evaluation of a Behavior-Based Safety Intervention With Applications to Patient Safety,” Christopher Nelson; 1105 Scaife, noon (412/692-4853)

Vanguard Info Session

“Getting Ready for Retirement”; 342 Craig, noon-1 pm (800/662-0106)

Philosophy of Science Talk

“Aristotelian Rationality,” Anselm Muller, U of Trier; 817R CL, 12:05 pm

Faculty Assembly Meeting

2700 Posvar, 3 pm

UPCI Seminar

“Characterization & Targeting of Leukemia Stem Cells,” Craig Jordan; Cooper Conf. Ctr. Hillman Cancer Ctr., Shadyside, 4-5 pm

CGS Meet & Greet

Panera Bread, Oakland, 4:30-6 pm

Global Studies Symposium

Ronald LaPorte, epidemiology; 4130 Posvar, 5 pm (4-2918)

Wednesday 6

Orthopaedic Surgery Grand Rounds

Champ Baker & Peter Tang; LHAS aud., 7-8 am

Oncology Grand Rounds

“ABO Blood Group Genetics: What’s in It for You?” Mark Yazer; Herberman Conf. Ctr. UPMC Cancer Pavilion, Shadyside, 8-9 am

FSDP Workshop

“Feedback Skills,” Mark Burdsall; 342 Craig, 9-11 am (4-8046)

OIS Program

“Passport to Academic Success”; Dining Rm. A WPU, noon-1:30 pm

Vanguard Info Session

“Where Should I Put My Money?”; S123 BST, noon-1 pm (800/662-0106)

Global Studies/Int’l Business Ctr. Lecture

“A Tsunami of Chinese Engineers: Outsourcing & Technical Capacity in China,” William Keller, Ridgway Ctr. for Security Studies; 2500 Posvar, 1 pm (4-2918)

Women’s Studies Film

“Bent,” directed by Sean Mathias; 2201 Posvar, 3:30 pm (4-6485)

Chemistry Pgh. Conference Lecture

“The 1999 Belgian Dioxin Crisis,” Pat Sandra, Ghent U, 12A Chevron, 5:30 pm (4-8200)

Johnstown Campus Concert

Bowfire; Pasquerilla, UPJ, 8 pm (800/846-2787)

Thursday 7

Medical Grand Rounds

“Prevention & Treatment of Acute Renal Failure,” Paul Palevsky; west wing aud. Shadyside, 8-9 am

Pediatric Surgery Lecture

“Medical Ethics”; 4A496 Children’s, 8 am

FSDP Workshop

“The Winds of Change,” Linda Neuenschwander; 342 Craig, 9-11 am (4-8046)

Faculty Instructional Development Lab Open House

B-Level Alumni, 11 am-2 pm (4-9706)

Renal Grand Rounds

“Molecular Regulation of Intestinal Epithelial Apical Membrane Na/H Exchanges,” Eugene Chang; F1145 Presby, noon

Vanguard Info Session

“Feeling Secure: Taking Charge of Your Financial Life”; 342 Craig, noon-1 pm (800/662-0106)

Immunology Seminar

“The Chemo-Tax Day Cometh: Metastatic Tumor Chemotaxis, Survival & Invasion Mediated by Chemokine Receptor 7,” Robert Ferris, medicine; lecture rm. 5 Scaife, noon (8-7050)

Chemistry Lecture

“Probing Chemical Reactions at Surfaces: A Few New Methods,” Charles Campbell, U of WA; 12B Chevron, 4 pm (4-8200)

Geology & Planetary Science Colloquium

“Exploring for Dinosaurs on Three Continents,” Mathew Lamanna, Carnegie Museum of History; 11 Thaw, 4 pm (4-8780)

OIS Indian Coffeehouse

Kurtzman Rm. WPU, 4-6 pm (4-7120)

Anthropology/History Lecture

“Gender & International Migration,” Patricia Pessar, Yale; 3106 Posvar, 5 pm

Chemistry Pgh. Conference Lecture

“Toward High Resolution in Fluid Chromatographic Techniques for Pharmaceutical Analysis,” Pat Sandra, Ghent U, 12A Chevron, 5:30 pm (4-8200)

GSPH Conference

“Pittsburgh 2005: Health & the Environment”; Herberman Conf. Ctr., UPMC Shadyside, 6:30-10 pm (also April 8, 8 am-8 pm)

Pgh. Contemporary Writers Reading

W.D. Snodgrass, poet; 125 FFA; 8:30 pm (4-6506)

Friday 8

Asian Studies/Music Conference

“International Music & Cultural Rights: Trends & Prospects”; Bigelow Rm. PAA, 8:30 am (also April 9, 8 am, April 10, 8:30 am)

FSDP Workshop

“Getting Started on an Undergraduate Degree or Certificate, or Finishing Your Degree,” Dean Julian; 401 CL, 9 am-noon (4-8046)

REES/W. European Studies Undergrad Research Symposium

“Europe: East & West”; Dining Rms. A & B WPU, 9 am-4 pm (3-7694)

FSDP Workshop

“Pre-Award Grants Administration: An Overview,” Allen DiPalma; 342 Craig, 9:30-11:30 am (4-8046)

Psychiatry Grand Rounds

“Consult & Liaison Services,” Lalith Solai; Detre Aud. WPIC, 11 am

Pharmacology Seminar

“Integration of MAP Kinase & Progesterone Receptor Signaling in Breast Cancer Cell Models,” Carol Lange, MN Cancer Ctr.; 1395 BST, noon (3-7757)

Philosophy of Science Talk

“Analogical Reasoning in the Logical Structure of Scientific Law,” Dale Jacquete, PSU; 817R CL, 12:05 pm

Mathematics Colloquium

“Dissipative Solutions in Life, Science & Technology,” Nail Aklirnediev, Australian National U; 704 Thackeray, 4 pm

Cultural Rights Concert

Bellefield aud., 8 pm (8-7370)

Saturday 9

Survival Skills & Ethics Workshop

“Starting a New Job,” Beth Fischer, Michael Zigmond & Craig Wilcox; lecture rm. 3 Scaife, 9 am-3 pm

SAC Safety & Security Committee CPR & Basic First Aid Courses

360 Benedum, 10 am-4 pm

Women’s Choral Ensemble Concert

1st Baptist Church of Pgh., 159 N. Bellefield, 8 pm

Sunday 10

Heinz Chapel Choir Concert

Heinz Chapel, 3 pm

Medicine/UPMC Ctr. for Continuing Education in the Health Sciences Polio Community Celebration

“Remembering Polio: A Tribute to Pittsburgh’s Own Polio Pioneers”; Commons CL, 5-7 pm

Pgh. Compline Choir Concert

Rachel Spry; Heinz Chapel, 8:30 pm (412/682-6886)

Monday 11

Medicine/UPMC Ctr. for Continuing Education in the Health Sciences Polio Community Celebration

“Remembering Polio: The History & Future of Vaccine Development”; Alumni aud., 8 am-5 pm (also April 12)

ULS/SIS/American Library Assn. Open Mic & Read Out

“Many Voices, One Nation at Your Library”; IS library, 11 am-1 pm & 4-6 pm; Lozano Lecture Rm. Hillman, noon-3 pm & 7-9 pm (8-7919)

HA&A Colloquium

“Caravaggio’s Drama: Traces of Early Theatre in 17th-Century Italian Painting,” Kathy Johnston Keane; 203 FFA, noon

Senate Council Meeting

2700 Posvar, 3 pm

East Asian Lecture

“Chinese & Western Views on Mutability,” Cecile Chu-Chin Sun; 4130 Posvar, 3:30 pm (4-5568)

Bioterrorism Lecture

“Communicating During a Crisis: Managing the Anthrax Attacks at the CDC,” Vicki Freimuth, Grady & U of GA; G23 Parran, 4-6 pm (3-2232)

Biological Sciences Seminar

“Adhesion-Dependent Cell Signaling & the Regulation of Morphogenesis,” Doug DeSimone, U of VA; 169 Crawford, 4:15 pm

Public Health Practice Roundtable Case Lecture

“Vaccine-Preventable Diseases of Adult & Elderly Individuals”; A115 Crabtree, 4:30-5:30 pm (3-2884)

Music Monday Concert

Bellefield aud., 8 pm

Tuesday 12

FSDP Workshop

“Managing Performance,” John Greeno & Mark Burdsall; 342 Craig, 9 am-1 pm (4-8046)

Molecular Medicine Seminar

“Cleaving ENaC: Role of Proteolysis in Epithelial Na+ Channel Activation,” Thomas Kleyman; 1100 Rangos, 11:30 am-1 pm

Pharmaceutical Sciences Seminar

“Induction of Leptin Resistance by Serum Leptin Interacting Proteins,” Allan Zhao; 456 Salk, noon-1 pm

Philosophy of Science Talk

“Unanswerable Questions & Unknowable Facts,” Nicholas Rescher, philosophy; 817R CL, 12:05 pm

Graduate Certificate in Gerontology Info Session

McCarl Ctr. 4th fl. CL, 6-7 pm (4-6600)

CGS Meet & Greet

Hemingway’s, 8-10 pm

Music Honors Recital

FFA aud., 8 pm

Wednesday 13

Orthopaedic Surgery Grand Rounds

“Return to Play,” Michael Axe; LHAS aud., 7-8 am

Oncology Grand Rounds

“B-Cell Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma: A Focus on Radioimmunotherapy,” Samuel Jacobs; Herberman Conf. Ctr. UPMC Cancer Pavilion, Shadyside, 8-9 am

FSDP Workshop

“Fundamentals of Grants Management,” Caroline Correa & Art Luba; 527 WPU, 9 am-noon (4-8046)

Pathology Seminar

“Taking Out the Trash: Cellular Strategies of Quality Assurance,” Ron Kopito, Stanford; 1105 Scaife, noon

Women’s Studies Lecture

“Microcredit, Piecreates & Women’s Labor Force Participation in the Scottish Industrial Revolution,” Salvatore Babones, sociology; 2201 Posvar, noon

SAC Meeting

1175 Benedum, 12:15-2 pm

Biological Sciences Seminar

“Cis & Trans Interactions in a Multi-Species Mutualism: Competition & Cooperation in a Guild of African Acacia-ants,” Maureen Stanton, UC Davis; 169 Crawford, 4:15 pm

HPI Lecture

“Medrad: What It Takes to Win the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award,” John Friel, Medrad; GSPH aud., 4:30-5:30 pm (4-6104)

Chemical & Petroleum Engineering Lecture

“Successful Innovation: More Than Just Good Technology Development,” Linda Fisher, DuPont; FFA aud., 5 pm (reception 6 pm)

Thursday 14

Medical Grand Rounds

“Hematologic & Oncologic Emergencies,” Adam Brufsky; west wing aud. Shadyside, 8-9 am

Pediatric Surgery Lecture

“Caustic Esophageal Injuries & Foreign Bodies,” Gretchen Purcell; 4A496 Children’s, 8 am

Chemical & Petroleum Engineering Lecture

“Digging Into the Details: Why Stakeholder Engagement Is Becoming Essential for Successful Innovation,” Linda Fisher, DuPont; 1175 Benedum, 9:30 am

Benefits Retirement Education Session

1501 Posvar, noon-1:30 pm (register: 4-8068)

Bioethics & Health Law Grand Rounds

“Cultural Conflicts & Responsible Research Conduct: Educating Foreign Research Trainees,” Elizabeth Heitman, Vanderbilt; Detre Aud. WPIC, noon-1 pm

Asian Studies Lecture

“Strategies for Empowering Women in Local Governance in Sri Lanka: A Comparative Study Learning From India, United States & Sweden,” Kamala Liyanage, U of Peradenya; 4130 Posvar, noon (8-7370)

Biostatistics Seminar

Jane Fridlyand, UCSF; A115 Crabtree, 3:30 pm

Geology & Planetary Science Colloquium

“Urban Environmental Geochemistry,” Brianne Cassidy; 11 Thaw, 3:45 pm

Chemistry Lecture

“Colloidal Crystal Based 3-D Chemical Sensors & Optical Waveguides & Brief Comments on the Colloidal Templating of Biologically Active Hollow Nanospheres,” Paul Braun, U of IL-Urbana/Champaign; 12B Chevron, 4 pm (4-8200)

Pgh. Mind-Body Lecture

“The Effects of Sleep Loss on Inflammation & Host Protection in Healthy Volunteers,” Janet Mullington, Harvard; Detre Aud. WPIC, 4-5 pm (412/268-4238)

UPCI Seminar

“How Is NFkB Activated in Cancer? New Methods for Forward Genetics in Mammalian Cells,” George Stark; Cooper Conf. Ctr. Hillman Cancer Ctr., Shadyside, 4-5 pm

C.F. Reynolds Medical History Society Ravitch History of Medicine Lecture

“J. Marion Sims & the Vesico-Vaginal Fistula: A Clinical Re-Appraisal of a Historical Controversy,” Lewis Wall, WA U, lecture rm. 5 Scaife, 6 pm (8-8927)

Ph.D. Defenses


“An Exploration of Collaboration & Organizational Effectiveness in Denver Human Service Nonprofit Organizations,” Jane Hansberry; March 31, 3610 Posvar, 10 am

Medicine/Molecular Virology & Microbiology

“Proteolytic Processing in the Generation of Active HIV-1 Reverse Transcriptase,” Michael Abram; March 31, 1295 BST, 1 pm

SIS/IS & Telecommunications

“Quality of Service Support in IEEE 802.11 Wireless LAN,” Wasan Pattara-Atikom; March 31, large commons rm. 5th fl. IS, 1:30-3:30 pm

Pharmacy/Pharmaceutical Sciences

“Intravesical Therapy for Interstitial Cystitis,” Pradeep Tyagi; April 4, 2 pm

Pharmacy/Pharmaceutical Sciences

“Functional Analysis of 5’-Flanking Region of Cytochrome P450 Genes Through Molecular Cloning & Transfection in Vitro & in Vivo,” Mohammed Al-Dosari; April 5, 456 Salk, 9 am


“Comparing Three Theories in Predicting Reproductive Health Behavior in Adolescent Women With Diabetes,” Shiaw-Ling Wang; April 5, 446 Victoria, 11 am


“Comparison of Self-Monitoring Techniques for Tracking Eating & Exercise Behaviors,” Diane Helsel; April 5, 3034 Baierl Conf. Rm., Petersen, 3:15 pm


“Social Support, Personal Control & Psychological Functioning Among Individuals With Heart Failure,” Melissa Taylor; April 6, 451 Victoria, 9 am

SHRS/Rehabilitation Science

“Factors Associated With Wheelchair Use & the Impact on Quality of Life Among Individuals With Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury,” Peter Cody Hunt; April 6, 5047 Forbes Tower, 9:30 am


“Low Bit-Rate Color Video Compression Using Multiwavelets in 3 Dimensions,” Jong-Chih Chien; April 6, 360 Benedum, 10 am


“The Digital Effect: A Rhetorical Hermeneutic for Reading, Writing & Understanding Narrative in Contemporary Literature & New Media,” Richard Parent; April 6, 526 CL, 3-5 pm

A&S/Hispanic Languages & Literatures

“Rostros y Máscaras de Eva Perón: Imaginario Populista y Representación en Argentina (1951-2003),” Susana Rosano; April 7, 1401 CL, 9 am


“New Directions in the Quality Control of Epidemiological Lectures on the Internet,” Faina Linkov; April 7, epidemiology conf. rm. GSPH, noon-2 pm

GSPH/Behavioral & Community Health Sciences

“Neighborhood Environment & the Functional Health of Older Adults,” Donald Musa; April 7, 226 Parran, 1 pm (4-3790)

A&S/Hispanic Languages & Literatures

“El Negocio de la Memoria: Escritura y Sujeto Autobiográfico en la Literatura de Lengua Española (1970-2002),” Sergio Ramírez-Franco; April 7, 1301 CL, 4 pm

A&S/Hispanic Languages & Literatures

“Cuerpo Politico del Deseo: Genero, Raza y Nacion en el Imaginario Geo-Cultural de Cuba y Puerto Rico (1863-200),” Terésa Peña-Jordan; April 11, 1401 CL, 10 am


“The Rise of Lyricism & the Decline of Biblical Narration in the Late Liturgical Passions of Georg Philipp Telemann,” Jason Grant; April 11, 302 Music, 3 pm


“Decentralization & Democratic Local Governance in Ghana: Assessing the Performance of District Assemblies & Exploring the Scope of Partnerships,” Matthias Jana Naab; April 11, 3600 Posvar, 3:30-5 pm


“Enhancing Tobacco Abstinence Following Hospitalization,” Donna Caruthers; April 12, 451 Victoria, 9:30 am

Engineering/Materials Science & Engineering

“The Effects of Vapor on Alumina & Chromia Scales at Temperatures Between 700C & 1000C,” Kivilcim Onal Hance; April 12, 823 Benedum, 3:30 pm


“Mantras of the Metropole: Geo-Televisuality & Contemporary Indian Cinema,” Anustup Basu; April 13, 526 CL, 9:30-11 am

Engineering/Materials Science & Engineering

“Fundamental Study on the Formation & Decomposition of Austenite in Low Si, Al Added Nb-Mo Trip Steels,” Jose Enrique Garcia-Gonzalez; April 13, 423 Benedum, 1 pm


Ctr. for Minority Health Day at PNC Park

Order forms due April 11 to 125 Parran. (4-5665)

Steven D. Manners Faculty Development Awards

Applications due April 16 to 121 Univ. Place. (4-5522)

Chancellor’s Affirmative Action Award

Nominations due April 22 to 1234 CL. (4-6505)

Research Council Multidisciplinary Small Grant Program

Six copies of proposal due to George Klinzing, 826 CL, by 4 pm April 29.


Hillman Library Exhibit

“White-Eyed Flycatcher (Vi-reo)”; Audubon exhibit case, ground fl. Hillman, through April 11, M-Th 7:50 am-2 am, F 7:50 am-10 pm, Sat. 9 am-midnight, Sun. 10 am-2 am (8-7715)

UCIS/Latin American Studies Exhibit

“The Hands That Feed Us,” Rick Nahmias; April 4-23, M-Th 10 am-6 pm, F 10 am-5 pm, Sat. noon-5 pm, Kimbo Gallery WPU

Hillman Library Exhibit

“Swamp Sparrow”; Audubon exhibit case, ground fl. Hillman, April 12-25, M-Th 7:50 am-2 am, F 7:50 am-10 pm, Sat. 9 am-midnight, Sun. 10 am-2 am (8-7715)

FFA Library Exhibit

“Sacred Place,” Jeffrey Morin; “The Green Wall,” Shirley Sharoff; “Brancusi ‘Der Kusz,’” Ines Ketelhodt; “Brooklyn Bridge: A Love Song,” Don Glaister; “In the Shadow of No Towers,” Art Spiegelman; through April; M-Th 9 am-9 pm, F 9 am-7 pm, Sat. 11 am-5 pm, Sun. noon-7 pm, FFA Library

Studio Arts Student Exhibition

April 6-May 1, M-Sat., 10 am-4 pm, Th until 8 pm, Univ. Art Gallery FFA (8-2423)

Pitt Polio Exhibit

“The End of Polio: A Global Effort to End Disease,” Sebastiao Salgado; through May 15, T-Sat. 10 am-5 pm, Sun. noon-5 pm, Carnegie Museum of History

Barco Law Library Exhibit

“Faith, Travel, Diversity,” watercolors by Rana Ryan; through June 10, M-Th 7:30 am-midnight, F 7:30 am-8 pm, Sat. 10 am-8 pm, Sun. 10 am-midnight, Barco Law Library Gallery (8-1376)


Titusville Campus Theatre

“One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” directed by Jeremy Wakefield; through April 2, Henne Aud., UPT (tickets: 814/827-4503)

Kuntu Repertory Theatre Production

“Jelly’s Last Jam,” directed by Edward Smith; through April 9, Th-Sat. 8 pm, Sun. 4 pm, 7th fl. aud. Alumni (tickets: 4-7298)

Pitt Repertory Theatre

“The Boundary,” by Tammy Ryan, directed by Melanie Dreyer; April 6-17, T-Sat at 8 pm, Sun. at 2 pm, Heymann Theatre, Stephen Foster Memorial (4-7529)

Theatre Arts Laboratory Production

“Her First America,” by Kathleen George; April 13-16 at 8:30 pm, also April 16 & 17 at 2:30 pm, Studio Theatre CL (tickets: 4-7529)

Event Deadline

The next issue of the University Times calendar will be published April 14. It will contain events of April 14-28. Information for events during that period must be received by 5 pm April 7 at 308 Bellefield Hall. Information may be sent by fax to 4-4579 or e-mail to

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