Africana First Friday Lecture with Professor Gerard Chouin
Friday, November 7
12pm - 1pm
Boswell Hall (formerly Morton Hall), Room 314
Please join Africana Studies' First Friday Lecture with Professor Gerard Chouin. His lecture is entitled, "Against the Current: Building evidence of the spread and impact of Bubonic Plague in sub-Saharan Africa (6th-20th c. CE)."
    Geology Brownbag
    Friday, November 7
    McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 230
    Senior Erin Landis discusses her summer research at the University of Delaware entitled "Marsh madness: Sinking in to Carbon storage in Delaware Bay's tidal wetlands"
      Q&A with Entrepreneur Irwin Jacobs, Founder of QUALCOMM
      Friday, November 7
      Alan B. Miller Hall (Business School), Brinkley Commons
      Irwin Jacobs, Founder of Qualcomm, will visit the W&M campus. At 2 PM, there will be an open talk with questions and answers with one of the best entrepreneurship stories in modern history.
        Mathematics Colloquium and EXTREEMS-QED Lecture: Kevin McGoff (Duke University)
        Friday, November 7
        2pm - 3pm
        Jones Hall, Room 301
        Title: Statistical inference for dynamical systems: theory and practice
          Irish Traditional Music in America: The Golden Era
          Friday, November 7
          2pm - 3:30pm
          Ewell Hall, Room 151
          This lecture by Paul Brock is presented as part of the Department of Music's Music in American Culture Series.
            Impacts of hypoxia and pH on fish growth and behavior
            Friday, November 7
            VIMS - Watermen's Hall, Watermen's Lobby
            Dr. Tim Targett, Professor in the College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment at the University of Delaware, will use examples from the lab and field to explore how hypoxia and pH levels in estuarine tributaries impact fish growth and behavior.
              Chemistry Fall Seminar
              Friday, November 7
              3pm - 4:20pm
              Jeff Johnson, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill presents "On the Merits of Pursuing Stereoerrors in Natural Product Synthesis" Please join us for refreshments before the seminar.
                Fall Seminar: Christoph Lepper--Carnegie Institute for Science
                Friday, November 7
                Washington Hall, Room 201
                "Age-dependent genetic regulation of skeletal muscle stem cells"
                  Physics Colloquium
                  Friday, November 7
                  4pm - 5pm
                  Small Hall, Room 111
                  Gianpaolo Carosi, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL); Title of Talk: The Hunt for Dark Matter Axions
                    Japanese House Cooking Night
                    Friday, November 7
                    6pm - 7pm
                    Preston Hall (Randolph Complex), Japanese House kitchen
                    Because this activity will be limited to 15 people, you have to sign-up to join. Sign-up sheet will be on the board in J-House on Monday, Nov. 3rd 1:00 pm until .
                      Eternal Juan Ramon Jiminez: A Concert by Tomas Lozano
                      Friday, November 7
                      8pm - 10pm
                      Ewell Hall, Ewell Recital Hall
                      Vocalist, instrumentalist, and composer Tomas Lozano lends his artistry to Spanish poet and 1956 Nobel Prize Laureate in Literature, Juan Ramon Jimenez whose verses inspired Lozano to compose original melodies and give voice to the poetry turned lyrics.

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                        Coffee with a CLA Fellow
                        Monday, November 3 - Friday, November 21
                        Location not specified
                        CLA Fellows are available for informal discussion with faculty about COLL course development. Come have coffee on us. What's on your mind? See the full schedule.
                        Spring Registration for Continuing Students
                        Friday, October 31 - Friday, November 7
                        Location not specified