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March 19, 2009


Thursday 19

• Fall term registration & add/drop begin.

IRB Workshop
“Ask the IRB for Exempt/Expedited Research,”
Christopher Ryan;
211 Lawrence, noon

Asia Over Lunch Lecture
“Pearl Harbor: The Relevance of the Attack 68 Years Later,”
Donald Goldstein, GSPIA;
4130 Posvar, noon (8-7370)

Johnson Inst. Career Development Workshop
“Preparing Yourself for Leadership,”
Keith Caver, Caver Consulting;
WPU Ballrm., noon-2 pm (8-1336)

Endocrine Research Conference
“Treatment & Prevention of Type 1 Diabetes With Anti-CD3 Monoclonal Antibody,”
Kevan Herold;
1195 Starzl BST, noon

Epidemiology Seminar
“Emergence & Disappearance of a Virulent Clone of Haemophilus Influenza Biogroup Aegyptius, Cause of Brazilian Purpuric Fever,”
Lee Harrison;
A115 Crabtree, noon

HSLS Workshop
“EndNote Basics,”
Pat Weiss;
Falk Library classrm. 2, 1:30-3:30 pm

Chemistry Seminar
“Hydrogen Storage in Metal-Organic Frameworks,”
Jeff Long, UC-Berkeley;
12B Chevron, 2:30 pm

Global Studies Lecture
“Rising Powers: The New Global Reality,”
Michael Kraig, Stanley Foundation;
4130 Posvar, 3 pm (4-2918)

Johnson Inst. Lecture
“Diversity: Corporate Leadership & Issues for Our Region,”
Keith Caver, Caver Consulting;
WPU Kurtzman Rm., 3:30-5:30 pm (8-1336)

Greensburg Campus Writers Festival Talk
Jan Beatty;
Village Hall Coffeehouse, UPG, 3:30 pm (724/836-7481)

Geology & Planetary Science Colloquium
“Overview of Real-Time GPS Networks & the New Virtual Reference System in PA,”
Kevin Chappell, Precision Laser & Instruments;
11 Thaw, 4 pm

Chemistry Distinguished Lecture
“Methodological Advances in Computer Simulation of Biomolecular Systems,”
Wilfred van Gunsteren, Swiss Federal Inst. of Technology;
12A Chevron, 4 pm

Bradford Campus Fundraising Dinner
“Empty Bowls & Baskets Dinner”;
Mukaiyama U Rm., UPB, 5-7 pm (tickets: $10;

Katz Panel Discussion
“Executive Career Management,”
5th fl. Alumni, 5:30 pm (registration: 8-1608)

Chemistry Seminar
“All About Tunneling,”
Eric Heller, Harvard;
307 Eberly, 5:30 pm

Integrated Medicine Lecture
“Structural Integration: The Architecture of Health,”
David Lesondak;
580 S. Aiken Ave., suite 310, Shadyside, 5:30 pm (412/623-3023)

Int’l Legal Education Lecture
“Crisis of Conscience,”
Peter Karsten, history;
Barco Alcoa Rm., 6 pm (8-7023)

Sports Medicine Forum
“Proper Bike Fit & Performance Training,”
Matt Tinkey, Philip Hensler, Mike Schultz & Fred Baldassare;
REI, South Side, 6:30 pm (412/488-9410 x308)

Greensburg Campus Writers Festival Reading/Book Signing
Jan Beatty;
Village Hall Coffeehouse, UPG, 7 pm (724/836-7481)

Ridgway Lecture
“The Overextended American Military: Prospects for Our Future,”
Lawrence Korb, Ctr. for American Progress;
FFA aud., 7:15 pm (4-7884)

Johnstown Campus Poetry Reading
Lynn Emanuel, English;
Whalley Mem. Chapel, UPJ, 7:30 pm

Friday 20

GSPIA/African Studies Conference
“Conflict, Human Security & Energy: African Reactions to the New US Africa Command”;
WPU Assembly Rm., 8 am-4:30 pm (4-7884)

Anthropology Symposium
“Winds, Mountains, Oceans, Rivers: Ecologies & Their Social Impacts on the New World”;
2500 Posvar, 9 am-4:30 pm (8-7530)

Clinical Grand Rounds
“Forensic Psychiatry,”
Christine Martone;
WPIC 2nd fl. aud., 11 am-12:30 pm

B23 Alumni, 11 am-3 pm (4-9706)

Human Genetics Seminar
“Stem Cells in the Male Germline,”
Kyle Orwig;
A115 Crabtree, noon

Medicine/Medical Education Grand Rounds
“Derogatory & Cynical Clinical Humor: The Joke’s on Whom?”
Joseph Zarconi, Northeastern Ohio Universities;
Scaife 4th fl. lecture rm. 3, noon (8-9000)

Sr. VC’s Research Seminar
“Adipose-Derived Stem Cells, Controlled Drug Delivery & Injectable Biomaterials: New Strategies for Regenerative Medicine,” Kacey Marra;
Scaife aud. 6, noon

Women’s Studies Lecture
“Gender Theories Past & Present: Pedagogical Issues,”
Jen Waldron, English, & Todd Reeser, French & Italian;
2201 Posvar, noon

Asian Studies/Linguistics Lecture
“Empirical Approaches to Aspect: An Analysis of the Language System & Learner Language of Japanese in Comparison With Germanic, Romance & Arabic,”
Christiane von Stutterheim, U of Heidelberg;
G8 CL, 3-4:30 pm (8-7370)

Latin American Studies Lecture
“Locas Barrocas, Indigencia Americana Maricona: The Queer Face of Poverty as Exposed in the Testimonial Baroque of Nestor Perlongher & Pedro Lembel,”
Ruben Rios Avila;
142 CL, 3 pm

Philosophy of Science Lecture
“Epigenetics & the Complexities of Inheritance,”
James Griesemer, UC-Davis;
817R CL, 3:30 pm (4-1052)

Economics Lecture
“Experiments, Science & the Fight Against Poverty,”
Esther Duflo, MIT;
343 Alumni, 3:30-5 pm

Greensburg Campus Writers Festival Talk
Bill Deasy;
Village Hall Coffeehouse, UPG, 3:30 pm (724/836-7481)

CGS Alumni Networking Social
McCarl Ctr., 4th fl. CL, 4:30 pm

Asian Studies/Film Studies/East Asian Film
“The Old Garden”;
4130 Posvar, 6 pm

Film Studies Film
“The Passion of the Christ,”
Devan Goldstein;
1501 Posvar, 6:30 pm

Physics & Astronomy Lecture
“The Forces of Nature: Many or One?”
Anthony Duncan;
Allegheny Observatory, North Side, 7:30 pm (reservations required: 412/321-2400)

Titusville Concert
Beatlemagic; Henne Aud., UPT, 7:30 pm (814/827-4503)

Music on the Edge Concert
Alarm Will Sound;
New Hazlett Theater, North Side, 8 pm (tickets: 412/394-3353)

Greensburg Campus Writers Festival Performance
Bill Deasy;
Village Hall Coffeehouse, UPG, 9 pm (724/836-7481)

Saturday 21

Dental Education Seminar
“What I Have Learned in 58 Years of Practice,”
Charles Miller;
“Reline Materials & Denture Repair,”
Peter Guevara;
“How to Support Your Patients in Their Behavior Change Efforts,”
Deborah Polk;
“Achieving Excellence in Treating & Counseling the Oncology Patient,”
Sandra Boody;
2148 Salk, 8:30 am-3:30 pm

School of Nursing Breast Cancer Conference
For women living with metastatic breast cancer;
Gilda’s Club, 2816 Smallman St., Strip District, 9 am-2 pm (register: 412/383-8839 or

Survival Skills & Ethics Workshop
“Job Hunting”;
Scaife 4th fl. lecture rm. 2, 10 am-3 pm (412/578-3716)

Bradford Campus Workshop
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance;
158 Sports & Fitness Ctr., UPB, 1-4 pm

Monday 23

Survival Skills & Ethics Workshop
“Grants Over Lunch”;
S100 BST2, noon-1:30 pm (412/578-3716)

Tuesday 24

Cell Biology & Physiology Seminar
“Heart Stem Cells & Heart Repair,” Michael Kotlikoff; E&EI 5th fl. boardrm., 11 am

Senate Community Relations Committee Mtg.
272 Hillman, noon-1:30 pm

Survival Skills & Ethics Workshop
“Careers Over Lunch”;
S100 BST2, noon-1:30 pm (412/578-3716)

Basic Research Seminar
“The Importance of Prioritizing Cancer Prevention at Major Academic Cancer Centers,”
Ronald Herberman;
Cooper Conf. Ctr., classrm. B & C, noon

Health Services Research Seminar
“The Extension of Marginal Structural Models for Observational Data From Epidemiology to Health Services Research,” Amber Barnato & Joyce Chang;
305 Parkvale, noon

Pharmaceutical Sciences Seminar
“PUMA as an Essential Mediator of Apoptosis Induced by P53 & Anticancer Drugs,”
Lin Zhang;
456 Salk, noon

Asian Studies Lecture
“Nusantara/Nanyang/Southeast Asia: Public Enactments of Religious Belief,”
Ricardo Trimillos, U of HI-Manoa;
4130 Posvar, 3 pm (8-7426)

Pharmacology/Chemical Biology Lecture
“Mitochondrial Diseases: A Tale of 2 Genomes,”
Michio Hirano, Columbia;
1395 Starzl BST, 3:30 pm

MMG Seminar
“Enterovirus Entry & Innate Immune Recognition in Polarized Cell Monolayers,”
Carolyn Coyne;
S100A Starzl BST, 3:30 pm

UPMC Bariatric Surgery Info Session
Magee zero level aud., 6:30-8 pm (also March 31; 412/641-3632)

Emergency Medicine Journal Club
“Pediatric Seizures: Shaken Not Stirred,”
Michael Gerber & Brad Bissell;
230 McKee Pl. classrm. A, 7 pm

Bradford Campus Performance
“Sleeping Beauty,”
Russian National Ballet;
Bromeley Family Theater, Blaisdell, UPB, 7:30 pm (tickets: 814/362-5113)

Wednesday 25

Clinical Oncology & Hematology Grand Rounds
“Mylotarg as a First Line Therapy for Newly Diagnosed AML in the Elderly,”
Wassim McHayleh;
“Role of Minor Histocompatibility Complexes in Stem Cell Transplantation,”
Hashem Younes;
Herberman Conf. Ctr. 2nd fl. aud., 8 am

University Club Open House
123 University Pl., 9 am-1 pm (also March 27, noon-4 pm & March 30, 3-6 pm; 8-8213)

Information Sciences Archival Agitators & Advocates Lecture
“Many Happy Returns: Advocacy & the Development of Archives,”
Larry Hackman, Truman Presidential Library;
501 IS, 10:30 am

OED Innovation Speed Dating
WPU Ballrm., 11 am (4-3152 or 4-3138)

Pathology Research Seminar
“Role of MicroRNAs in Human Cancer,”
Carlo Croce, Ohio State;
1105 Scaife, noon

HA&A Lecture
“Imaging Dance at the Bauhaus,”
Susan Funkenstein;
203 FFA aud., noon

HSLS Workshop
“DNA Analysis Tools,”
Carrie Iwema;
Falk Library conf. rm. B, 1-3 pm

Hispanic/Latin American Studies Lecture
“Las Luchas Feministas y La Nueva Constitucion Politica en Bolivia,”
Julieta Paredes, Mujeres Creando (Women Creating);
232 CL, 3 pm

OED Limbach Lecture
“Approaching Angel Investors to Fund Start-Ups: What & What Not to Do,”
Catherine Mott, Blue Tree Allied Angels;
S100A Starzl BST, 4-6 pm (4-3160)

History Lecture
“The Empire of French Soccer,” Laurent DuBois, Duke;
3703 Posvar, 4 pm

Ophthalmology/Scholars in Vision Science Seminar
“Prognostic MRI Biomarkers of Treatment Efficacy for Retinopathy,”
Bruce Berkowitz, Wayne State U;
S120 Starzl BST, 5-7 pm

Thursday 26

Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds
“Chest X-Rays for the Non-Radiologist,”
Raja Srinivasan;
“Keys to Emergency Medicine: Physician Productivity & Efficiency, Including Concepts From Toyota,”
Chris DeLuca;
“Managing Trauma in a Community Settings,”
Ravi Vajjhalla;
230 McKee Pl. classrm. A, 8 am-noon

Sr. VC’s Laureate Lecture
“Rho GTPases in Morphogenesis & Migration,”
Alan Hall, Sloan-Kettering;
Scaife aud. 6, noon

Endocrine Research Conference
“Can Type 1 Diabetes Be Prevented?”
Jay Skyler;
1195 Starzl BST, noon

Epidemiology Seminar
“The Patient Is Weighting: How to Increase Generalizability of Clinical Trials,”
Stephen Wisniewski & Marianne Bertolet;
A115 Crabtree, noon

Asia Over Lunch Lecture
“How to Hide a Religion: Dissimulation as a Transformative Process in the History of a Modern Secretive Shin Buddhist Association,”
Clark Chilson, religious studies;
4130 Posvar, noon (8-7370)

HSLS Lunch With a Librarian
“Advanced Google: Tips & Strategies for Getting More From Google,”
Carolyn Biglow;
Falk Library conf. rm. B, noon

Global Studies Lecture
“The Death of Empire: British Cemeteries in Alexandria, Egypt, 1827-1972,”
Shane Minkin, NYU;
4130 Posvar, 1:30 pm (4-2918)

Memorial Service
For Frank Colavita, psychology, who died Feb. 16;
Heinz Chapel, 3 pm

Geology & Planetary Science Colloquium
“An Overview & New Results Describing the Tectonics & Development of the Caribbean Plate Region,”
Edward Lidiak;
11 Thaw, 4 pm

Information Sciences Lecture
“Scholarship in the Digital Age: Information, Infrastructure & the Internet,”
Christine Borgman, UCLA;
Kurtzman Rm., WPU, 4 pm (4-2677)

Women’s Studies Lecture
“L’Arme & Gli Amori: Gendered Identity in Titian’s Portraits for the Este Court of Ferrara,”
Joanna Woods-Marsden, UCLA;
FFA aud., 4:30 pm (4-6485)

Global Studies Global Issues Lecture
“Portraying War & Its Aftermath: A Personal Perspective,”
Ed Robbins;
113 Barco, 6 pm (4-2918)

Bradford Campus Lecture
“Boomtown USA,”
Jack Schultz;
107 Fisher, UPB, 7 pm

Friday 27

SBDC Workshop
“The 2nd Step: Developing a Business Plan,”
117 Mervis, 7:30-10 am (8-1542)

REES/European Studies/UCIS Symposium
“Europe: East & West Undergrad Research, Presentation of Papers”;
WPU dining rms. A & B & Kurtzman Rm., 9 am-3 pm;
closing ceremonies & awards, 3:30 pm (3-7694)

Dental Education Seminar
“Controversies in Orthodontics,”
Daniel Rinchuse & Donald Rinchuse;
2148 Salk, 9 am-4 pm

CS Day
Sennott 5th & 6th fls., 10 am-4 pm

WPIC Meet the PI Lecture
“Biological Vulnerability Factors of Bipolar Disorder in Youth: Investigating Neural Systems of Emotion,”
Cecile Ladouceur;
Detre 2nd fl. aud., 11 am-12:30 pm

Faculty Development Seminar for Medical Educators
“Tools to Enhance Teaching, Session 1: Basic Science Resources at HSLS,”
Ansuman Chattopadhyay;
Scaife lecture rm. 3, noon

Senate Budget Policies Committee Mtg.
501 CL, noon-2 pm

Sociology Lecture
Craig Calhoun, Social Science Research Council;
2500 Posvar, noon

Simulation & Modeling Seminar
Peyman Givi, mechanical engineering;
175 Benedum, 2:30 pm (8-3094)

Global Studies Film
“The Great Global Warming Swindle”;
4130 Posvar, 3 pm

Asian Studies/Film Studies/East Asian Film
“Secret Sunshine”;
4130 Posvar, 6 pm

Saturday 28

Information Sciences Alumni Award Event
WPU Ballrm., 6:15 pm (reservations:

Dental Medicine Dean’s Scholarship Ball
Carnegie Music Hall, Oakland, 6:30 pm (tickets: 8-8910)

Sunday 29

Bradford Campus Concert
Southern Tier Symphony;
Bromeley Family Theater, Blaisdell, UPB, 7:30 pm (814/362-5113)

Monday 30

CGS Workshop
“Math 911”; McCarl Ctr., 4th fl. CL, 4-5:30 pm

Biological Sciences Seminar
“Russell Memorial Lecture: MicroRNA Pathways in Animal Development,”
Victor Ambros;
343 Alumni, 4:30 pm

Tuesday 31

Basic Research Seminar
“Tuberous Sclerosis, mTOR, Metastasis & Cancer: Where Are the Links?”
Elizabeth Petri Henske;
Cooper Conf. Ctr., classrm. B & C, noon

CVR Seminar
“Product Development of Vaccine Candidates for Dengue, Japanese Encephalitis & Adenovirus (Serotypes 4/7),”
Julia Lynch;
6014 BST3, noon

Health Services Research Seminar
“Estimating the Impact of Value-based Insurance Design on US Life Expectancy, Health Care Costs & Incidental Costs of Providing Universal Health Insurance,”
Mark Roberts;
305 Parkvale, noon

Pharmaceutical Sciences Seminar
“Searching for Cannabinoid CB2 Receptor Selective Ligands,”
John Huffman;
456 Salk, noon

Asian Studies Lecture
“Who’s Afraid of the Big, Bad North Korea?”
Dennis Hart;
4217 Posvar, 1 pm (8-7426)

MMG Seminar
“Protein Assembly in the Cell Wall Envelope of Gram-Positive Bacteria,”
Olaf Schneewind;
S100A Starzl BST, 3:30 pm

ReSET Roundtable Discussion
“Spatiotemporal Modeling of Maternal Smoking in Allegheny County, PA,”
Ravi Sharma, GSPH;
109 Parran, 3:30 pm

History Lecture
“Obeah Acts: Producing and Policing the Boundaries of Religion in the Caribbean,”
Diana Paton, Newcastle U;
3703 Posvar, 4 pm

Global Studies/Int’l Studies Living Learning Community Lecture
“Modernity & Its Others: Conflicts & Violence in the Middle East,”
Magid Shihade, UCIS;
Sutherland, 8 pm (4-2918)

Pgh. Chamber Music Society Concert
Ysaÿe Quartet;
Carnegie Music Hall, Oakland, 8 pm

Campus Women’s Organization Lecture
“Women, Pop Music and Pornography,”
Meredith LeVande;
WPU Ballrm., 8:45 pm (4-6485)


Wednesday 1

Clinical Oncology & Hematology Grand Rounds
“Treating Advanced Thyroid Cancer: New Hope for an Orphan Disease,”
Marcia Brose;
Herberman Conf. Ctr. 2nd fl. aud., 8 am

Pathology Research Seminar
“Delineating the Role of Peroxisome Proliferator-Activated Receptor-/ Using High Affinity Ligands & Transgenic Mouse Models,” Jeffrey Peters, Penn State;
1104 Scaife, noon

REES Lecture
“Golgotha & Resurrection: Destiny Myths, Victimization & Nationalism in Early Serbian Cinematography,”
Slobodan Naumovic, Belgrade U;
4217 Posvar, noon (

HSLS Workshop
“Protein Analysis Tools,”
Ansuman Chattopadhyay;
Falk Library conf. rm. B, 1-3 pm

Chemistry Lecture
“Nanoparticle Sensors for Intracellular & In-Vivo Chemical Analysis,”
Raoul Kopelman, U of MI;
12B Chevron, 4 pm

WPIC Mental Health & Wellness Lecture
“Pediatric Obesity: A National Health Crisis,”
Marsha Marcus, medicine;
Carnegie Library, Oakland, 6-8 pm (3-2732)

“Che Guevara: Hasta la Victoria Siempre”;
FFA aud., 7:30 pm

Thursday 2

HSLS Workshop
“PubMed Basics,”
Stefanie Allen;
Falk Library classrm. 1, 10-11:30 am

Epidemiology Seminar
“Pharmacoepidemiology: Is It More Than Just Counting Pills?”
Holly Lassila;
A115 Crabtree, noon

Johnson Inst. Lecture
Coleen Rowley, former FBI agent;
PAA Ballrm., 3:30-5:30 pm (8-1336)

Chemistry Lecture
“Microparticle Device for Fast Detection of Bacteria & Countermeasures,”
Raoul Kopelman, U of MI;
12A Chevron, 4 pm

Geology & Planetary Science Colloquium
“Energy Exploration & Overview,”
Danielle Deemer, CNX Gas;
11 Thaw, 4 pm

Greensburg Campus Memorial Service
For Carl Poke, former UPG faculty & administrator, who died Feb. 23;
Campana Chapel, UPG, 4 pm

Chemical & Petroleum Engineering Lecture
“Bumpy Beetles, Moth Uyes, Butterfly Wing & Patchy Immune Cells: Exploitation of Layer-by-Layer Assembly in Bio-Inspired Materials Engineering,”
Robert Cohen, MIT;
1175 Benedum, 5 pm

Medical History Society Lecture
“Renal Transplantation: Historical Perspectives,”
Arnold Diethelm, U of AL;
Scaife lecture rm. 5, 6 pm

Ridgway Lecture
“Lessons in Leadership From JFK & LBJ for America’s New Commander in Chief,”
Gordon Goldstein, UN;
FFA aud., 7 pm (4-7884)

Contemporary Writers Reading
Paul Muldoon;
FFA aud., 8:30 pm

PhD Defenses

GSPH/Behavioral & Community Health Sciences
“Working Hard or Hardly Working? A Multi-Site Evaluation of Worksite Wellness Teams,”
Elizabeth Felter;
March 20, Parran 2nd fl. conf. rm., 11 am

Medicine/Biomedical Informatics
“Engineering an EMR System in the Developing World — Necessity Is the Mother of Invention,”
Gerald Douglas;
March 20, M184 Parkvale, 1 pm

SHRS/Rehabilitation Science & Technology
“Evaluation of Remote Wheelchair Prescription Using a Telerehabilitation Consultation Model,”
Richard Schein;
March 20, 4065 Forbes Tower, 2:30 pm

“Acute Biceps & Supraspinatus Tendon Changes Associated With Wheelchair Propulsion,”
Jennifer Collinger;
March 23, 6014 BST3, 3 pm

“An Evaluation of Psychosocial & Socio-demographic Factors Associated With Metabolic Syndrome & Cardiovascular Risk in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Cases & Controls,”
Janet Cipkala-Gaffin;
March 24, A523 Crabtree, 1 pm

“PA Tune & Chorale Books in the Early Republic: Sung Culture & the Musical Means of Cultural Assimilation,”
Daniel Grimminger;
March 25, 302 Music, 1 pm

“Mineralized Tissue Engineering, Stem Cell Therapies & Proteomics Approaches,”
Bonnie (Pang-ning) Teng;
March 26, 501 Salk, 10 am

“Trajectories of Health Behaviors Among a Cohort of Middle-Aged & Older Men in the Pitt Men’s Study,”
Sin How Lim;
March 26, Stoner Conf. Rm., 3520 Fifth Ave., 2 pm

“An Acoustic Analysis of Regional African-American English: Identities & Local Speech in Pittsburgh,”
Maeve Eberhardt-Carroll;
March 27, 2816 CL, 10 am

“Structural Insights of Oligomeric Protein Complexes by Electron Spin Resonance,”
Katherine M. Stone;
March 27, 307 Eberly, 10 am

“Reshaping American Music: The Quotation of Shape-Note Hymns by 20th-Century American Composers,”
Joanna Smolko;
March 27, 302 Music Bldg., 1 pm

A&S/Geology & Planetary Science
“Rapid Climate Change in the Tropical Americas During the Late-Glacial & Holocene,”
Nathan Stansell;
March 27, 214 SRCC, 2 pm

SHRS/Communication Science & Disorders
“Biosimulation of Vocal Fold Inflammation & Healing,”
Nicole Yee-Key Li;
March 30, 4060 Forbes Tower, 2:30 pm

“Analysis of the ESTHER Project Data: A Comparison of Health Factors Between Lesbian & Heterosexual Women,”
Helen Smith;
April 2, A523 Crabtree, 2 pm


Bradford Campus Theatre
“The Cripple of Inishmaan”;
April 2-4 at 7:30 pm, April 5 at 2 pm, Studio Theatre, Blaisdell, UPB (814/362-5113)

Pitt Repertory Theatre
“Angels in America Part II: Perestroika”;
April 2-11, Wed.-Sat. at 8 pm, Sun. at 2 pm, Charity Randall Theatre, Stephen Foster Mem. (4-0933)

Kuntu Repertory Theatre
“Pain in My Heart & Reachings”;
April 2-18, Th.-Sat. at 8 pm, Sun. at 4 pm, also April 11 at 1 pm & April 16 at 11 am, Alumni 7th fl. aud. (4-7298)


Pitt History Exhibit
“Free at Last?”;
through April 5, Heinz History Ctr., Strip District, 10 am-5 pm daily (412/454-6000)

Bradford Campus Student Art Exhibit
“Affairs of the Art”;
through March 20-April 15, KOA Art Gallery, Blaisdell, UPB, 8 am-6 pm M-F (814/362-5113)

Photography Exhibit
James Wesley Morar;
through May 31, Barco Law Library Gallery, M-Th 7:30 am-11:45 pm, F 7:30 am-8 pm, Sat. 10 am-8 pm, Sun. 10 am-11:45 pm (8-1376)


Engineering Sustainability Conference
April 19-21, David Lawrence Convention Ctr., Downtown. Registration deadline March 20. (info & registration:

Allies Network Training
April 3, 9 am-1 pm, 630 WPU. RSVP by March 31 to (info: 8-7831)

Nationality Council Int’l Cabaret Ball
Social will be held at 5 pm & buffet dinner at 6 pm on April 18. Reservation deadline is April 10. Tickets are $30 ($15 for students);
checks can be made payable to University of Pittsburgh and sent to the Nationality Rooms Program, 1209 CL.

Conflict of Interest Filing
Deadline April 15. COI disclosures must be filed through


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