Monday, April 21
o 12 p.m. - Brown Bag Seminar Discussion with Knoxville mayoral candidate Madeline Rogero. Hear and discuss her views on issues of growth and sprawl, downtown revitalization, transportation, historic preservation and other vital issues relating to Knoxville's future. 2nd floor, Hoskins Library, 1401 W. Cumberland.
Tuesday, April 22
o 11 a.m. - ORALS: Caregivers' Perceptions About Their Children Identified as Having Atypical Behavior. 451 Claxton.
o 11 a.m. - Earthday. Come for food, prizes and music, which will be performed by Rd House Project and Limit Nine. Join the fun in celebrating the world in which we live in. UC Plaza.
o 5 p.m. - COMPUTER GRAPHICS Special Interest Group (SIGGRAPH) of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) computer animation festival, showing the best of computer graphics and animation from worldwide submissions. It is free, and everyone is invited. There will be door prizes. Come at any time between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. Room 206 Claxton.
Wednesday, April 23
o 3 p.m. - Study in Latin America and expand your horizons. Great options are available to UT students. Very affordable and credits transfer. Learn more. Programs Abroad Office, 1620 Melrose Ave.
Thursday, April 24
o 3 p.m. - ORALS: Shear and Effective Elongational Rheology and Polymer Molecular Characteristics. 421 Dougherty.
o 3 p.m. - Work Abroad: Work and travel to far off places, build your resume' and enrich your life by working, interning or volunteering overseas! Every year, UT students take advantage of these exciting options, venturing into new experiences! Learn more. Programs Abroad Office, 1620 Melrose Ave.
Friday, April 25
o 1 p.m. - ORALS: SWAT Team Composition and Effectiveness. 7th Floor Conf. Room.
o 3 p.m. - Study in Australia: Go to the bottom of the world for top experiences. Spend a semester, year or summer in Australia (Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and other locales). Affordable and credits transfer. Learn more. Programs Abroad Office,1620 Melrose Ave.
Tuesday, April 29
o 1:30 p.m. - ORALS: Do Increased Opportunities to Respond Enhance Generalization from Multiplication to Division. 451 Claxton.
o 3:30 p.m. - ORALS: Adventures of an "Itinerant Institutor" The Life and Philianthropy of Thomas Bernard. 2604 Dunford Hall.
Wednesday, April 30
o 9:30 a.m. - ORALS: Computational Models of Diffusion of Second Messengers in Visual Transduction. 104 Jessie Harris Building.
Published: Mon Apr 21, 2003 | Modified: Sat Aug 06, 2005 05:05 p.m.