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Essential Studies Assessment Week runs through Feb. 27

January 23, 2015

This year we will hold Essential Studies Assessment Week February 23-27. The assessments will be in Information Literacy and Quantitative Reasoning. Senior students who are enrolled in ES Capstone courses will be asked to participate. Capstone instructors, with support from the ES Office, will sign up students for time slots that will fit their schedules. [...]

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UND Theatre presents ‘The Glory of Living’ through Feb. 28

UND Theatre presents Rebecca Gilman’s provocative drama, The Glory of Living, in the Burtness Lab Theatre, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, Feb. 24-28. Set in the rural south, the play focuses on Lisa, a young woman wooed away from her unhappy home life by Clint, a charismatic car thief.  Their bad romance takes a dark [...]

Feb. 26 seminar focuses on improving epilepsy associated memory deficits

On Thursday, Feb. 26, Farah D. Lubin, Assistant Professor in the Neurobiology Department at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, will present “Targeting Chromatin to Improve Epilepsy Associated Memory Deficits” at 4 p.m. in Clifford Haugen Lecture Bowl at the School of Medicine and Health Sciences. Dr. Lubin and her laboratory are investigating the molecular [...]

Feb. 26 panel will focus on ‘Post-Ferguson: The Community, Race, and Policing’

The Center for Human Rights and Genocide Studies (CHRGS) will hold a panel discussion on race, policing and community response, occasioned by recent events in Ferguson, Mo., at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 26, in the East Asia Room of the Chester Fritz Library. Panelists include Michael Meyer, professor of criminal justice; Natasha Thomas, clinical assistant [...]

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