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Minnesota Center for the Philosophy of Science presents at talk by Dr. Ruth Shaw on the following: Darwin deemed the pace of evolution extremely slow, but evolutionary change on timescales amenable to direct study soon became apparent. This captured my interest and motivated my studies using field experiments to investigate evolutionary processes in the wild. I provide an overview of my research group's investigations of evolutionary processes and their consequences in wild plant populations. Our findings highlight the profound contingency…Find out more »
Event is free; please register in advance: https://events.umn.edu/Online/seatSelect.asp Since 2001, an emerging global counter-terrorism architecture, composed of UN entities as well as new "soft-law" institutions like the Global Counter Terrorism Forum (GCTF) and the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), is shaping law, policy, and practice at the regional and national levels. Through the enactment of anti- and counter-terrorism and violent extremism legislation and other measures, including military, financial, and other data-related practices, the effect of this global counter-terrorism matrix is…Find out more »
The City of Lakes Loppet is a urban cross-country ski festival featuring the beautiful trails and lakes of the Twin Cities. Join us for this celebration of winter in Minnesota! In addition to sports such as skiing and ice skating, there are plenty of activities for spectators. Enjoy a beverage at the Surly Beer Garden, walk on Lake of The Isles during the Luminary Loppet, and watch a beautiful fireworks display. YOU REALLY NEED TO GO TO THEIR WEBSITE FOR…Find out more »
Modern science across disciplines is increasingly faced with often controversial public debates surrounding its societal applications. Genetically modified organisms, AI, and human genome editing are just a few recent examples. How do we all form policy stances about emerging technologies we know little about? Why are we as a society sometimes so divided in our interpretations of scientific facts and phenomena? What role do media, especially in online environments, play in this process? And what pathways, if any, are there…Find out more »
Very accomplished musicians will play at the Landmark Center for free! Not-to-be missed event in the Landmark Center courtroom! Program I. Music of Arthur Foote and John Alden CarpenterProgram II. Trio for oboe,bassoon,piano–Asako Hirabayashi Argenta–Noelia Escalzo MUSICIANS I. Christopher Atzinger, piano II. Merilee Klemp, oboe; Laurie Merz, bassoon; Mimi Tung, pianoFind out more »
Do you love video games? Are you interested in learning how to become a streamer? Then don't miss the Skills Workshop: Streaming on Twitch TV event where Community Technology Empowerment Member Pierre Young will demonstrate the game Kingdom Hearts 3. During this demonstration, he will also show you the basic skills of the streaming service Twitch TV. Attendees will get the chance to learn how to create their own content on media platforms in the gaming industry. This event is free and open…Find out more »
The Department of English is hosting four candidates for the US literatures and cultures assistant professor search. Megan Finch is a PhD candidate in the English Department at Brandeis University and is a visiting assistant professor at the Rhode Island School of Design. Finch's dissertation, entitled "Unreasonable Blackness: Black Women Writing Madness, 1980-Present," surveys literature written by black women in the wake of the Civil Rights/Black Power and second-wave feminist movements. Finch argues that black feminist literature of the 80s…Find out more »
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