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UNL Lectures this week (Nov. 3-9)


Lectures for the week of Nov. 3-9:

Saturday, Nov. 3

Clean Part Reading Series: John Chavez, Alexis Orgera, Mathias Svalina, 5-6 p.m., Sheldon Museum of Art,

Monday, Nov. 5

Grassland Seminar Series, Terry Klopfenstein, animal science, UNL, “Cattle, Forage, Corn, Ethanol and Residues,” 3 p.m., Nebraska East Union,

Center for Nanohybrid Functional Materials and Nebraska Center for Materials and Nanoscience seminar, “Combining QCM-D, elllipsometry and imaging techniques,” Ralf Richter, 3-5 p.m. 237 Scott

Psychology Department Colloquium, Ingrid Haas, political science, UNL, “The Context-Dependent Nature of Uncertainty,” 3:30 p.m., Burnett 77

Diversity Leadership Symposium Higher Education Series, Chad Smith, Cherokee Nation, 4:30, Law College,

Tuesday, Nov. 6

Biochemistry/Redox Biology Center Seminar, Scott Moye-Rowley, University of Iowa, “Regulation of the Yap1-dependent transcriptional response to oxidative stress in fungi,” 4 p.m., Beadle Center N172,

Entomology Lecture, Crystal Ramm, entomology graduate student, “Entomophagy: Food and Fears,” 4 p.m., Nebraska East Union,

Wednesday, Nov. 7

SNR Fall Research Seminar, Dave Gosselin, director, Environmental Studies program, UNL, “Exploring the Importance and Measurement of 21st Century Professional Competencies in Undergraduate Students,” 3:30 p.m., Hardin Hall Auditorium,

Biotechnology/Life Sciences Seminar Series, Scott Jackson, University of Georgia, “Complexities of legume genomes and epigenomes: implications for crop improvement,” 3:30 p.m., Beadle Center E103,

Thursday, Nov. 8

Discipline-Based Education Research Meeting, Steve Ducharme, UNL, “Nanoscience Outreach,” 2 p.m., Bessey Hall 109,

SBS Seminar, Luwen Zhang, “Herpesvirus-Host Internactions in the pathogenesis of human diseases,” 3:30 p.m., 112 Hamilton,

Friday, Nov. 9

Applied Ecology Seminar, Adam Schapaugh, Ph.D candidate, “Accounting for Parametric Uncertainty in Markov Decision Processes,” 3 p.m., 163 Hardin Hall,

Chemistry Colloquium, Liangcheng Du, UNL, “From Genome Sequences to New Anti-infectives: Biosynthetic Mechanisms and Metabolic Engineering,” 3:30 p.m., 112 Hamilton Hall,

Pi Mu Epsilon Lecture Series, Michael Parks, senior member, Sandia National Laboratories, “Solving Real-World Problems with Mathematics and Computing,” 4 p.m., Avery Hall 115,