Geology Brown Bag: The Mastodon of York County, Virginia
Friday, April 15
McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 230
Emeritus Professor Jerre Johnson Department of Geology Tusks and bones and a great story. Pizza will be provided.
    Mathematics Colloquium and EXTREEMS-QED Lecture: Yongjia Song (VCU)
    Friday, April 15
    2pm - 3pm
    Jones Hall, Jones 301
    Title: Recent advances in stochastic programming
      Chemistry Spring Seminar
      Friday, April 15
      Jeff Chan, University of Illinois, presents "New Chemical Tools for Non-invasive Molecular Imaging"
        Parent and Family Council Networking Day
        Friday, April 15
        3pm - 6pm
        Cohen Career Center
        The Parent and Family Council Networking Day is designed to help students of all years and majors become career ready. There are 3 events within the Networking Day: mock interviews & resume reviews, panels with industry leaders, and a networking hour.
          Philosophy Dept. Colloquium: Amie Thomasson (Miami), "Truthmakers and the Project of Ontology"
          Friday, April 15
          3:30pm - 5pm
          James Blair Hall, Room 205
          Amie Thomasson, Professor and Parodi Senior Scholar in Aesthetics at University of Miami, will speak on "Truthmakers and the Project of Ontology." All interested students and faculty are invited.
            Physics Colloquium
            Friday, April 15
            4pm - 5pm
            Small Hall, Room 111
            Prof. Sankar Das Sarma (University of Maryland), Title of Talk: Quantum Many Body Localization
              Viol Consort Concert
              Friday, April 15
              7pm - 8:30pm
              Wren Building, Great Hall
              Performance by the Viol Consort under the direction of Sarah Glosson. Admission: Free

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                Inaugural Newton-Blanchard Prize for Creative Writing
                Friday, April 1 - Sunday, May 1
                No specific location.
                The Newton-Blanchard Prize aims to recognize excellence in both fiction and non-fiction writing. Two prizes of $2500 each will be awarded in Spring 2016 to original short fiction and original nonfiction.
                COLL Innovation Grants for Faculty: Open Proposals
                Monday, February 22 - Friday, April 29
                Location not specified
                Innovation Grants in support of COLL curriculum available now