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Physics Colloquium
Friday, November 2
4pm
Small Hall, Room 111
Speaker: Herbert Fertig (Indiana University Bloomington) Title: Inducing Topology in Graphene Electronics
    Careers in the Pharmaceutical Industry
    Friday, November 9
    12pm - 1pm
    Cohen Career Center, Presentation Rooms A&B
    Learn about the variety of exciting career opportunities in the pharmaceutical industry, both in and out of the lab.
      Physics & Applied Science Colloquium
      Friday, November 9
      4pm - 5pm
      Small Hall, Room 111
      Speaker: Dr. Gregory Boutis (Brooklyn College, New York) Title of Talk: Measurement of the spin diffusion rate in a rigid solid via NMR
        Green Science Careers
        Thursday, November 15
        5:30pm - 7pm
        Cohen Career Center, Presentation Rooms A&B
        The term "Green" is becoming a part of our everyday language. Learn how you can use your science degree to break into the green industry and make a difference.
          Physics Colloquium
          Friday, November 16
          4pm - 5pm
          Small Hall, Room 111
          Speaker: Michael Ramsey-Musolf (University of Wisconsin) Title of Talk: Fundamental Symmetries of the Early Universe and the Intensity Frontier
            Applied Science Department Open House — Mon, Nov. 19th
            Monday, November 19
            4pm - 6pm
            McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 20
            You are cordially invited to attend the Applied Science Department Open House on Monday, Nov. 19th 2012, at 4–6 pm, in McGlothlin–Street Hall. Our Ph.D. program is highly individualized and our programs of study are tailored to meet the diverse needs of
              Thanksgiving Holiday (Wednesday to Sunday)
              Wednesday, November 21 - Sunday, November 25
              Small Hall
                Physics Colloquium
                Friday, November 30
                4pm - 5pm
                Small Hall, Room 111
                Speaker: Vincent Sulkosky, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Title of Talk: "Unveiling Nuclear Structure with Electrons"