Lectures this week (Oct. 27 to Nov. 2)

Lectures this week (Oct. 27 to Nov. 2)

Monday, Oct. 29

Graduate Student Ethics Forum, "Don't Cheat Yourself (Or Others)! Building a Grad School Culture of Ethic," 12:30 p.m., East Union.

Fall 2012 Grassland Seminar Series, “Can Production Agriculture and Conservation of Biodiversity Co-exist on Great Plains Rangelands,” David Engle, Oklahoma State University, 3 p.m., East Union.

Lecture, “Protestant Reformers and Islam,” Emidio Campi, University of Zurich, 7 p.m., Bailey Library, Andrews Hall.

International Socialist Club Lecture, "Zombies, Vampires and Global Capitalism," David McNally, author of "Monsters of the Market," 7 p.m., Nebraska Union Colonial Room B.

Tuesday, Oct. 30

Symposium, "Jews at the Margins: Interdisciplinary Reflections on Identity, Boundaries and Belonging," various speakers, 3 to 6 p.m., Nebraska Union.

Redox Biology Center Seminar, “Reversible Protein S-Glutathionylation in Redox Regulation — Implications for Thiol Homeostasis,” Dr. John Mieyal, Case Western Reserve University, 4 p.m., Beadle Center N172.

Entomology Lecture, “Pest Control Innovations at BASF Specialty Products and Career Opportunities,” Bob Davis, BASF, 4 p.m., East Union.

UNL Pagan Life Presentation, "Learn About Paganism" through a Halloween prosperity ritual, 4:30 p.m., Nebraska Union Plaza.

Visting Presidential Professor Lecture, “The Ineffable, the Unspeakable, and the Inspirational: A Grammar,” Jonathan Fineberg, 5:30 p.m., Sheldon Museum of Art.

Natural Resources Outreach Seminar featuring Paul Johnsgard and Mary Bomberger, 6 p.m. meet and greet, 7 p.m. presentation, Hardin Hall.

“Quick, Delicious One-Dish Meals,” Alice Henneman, UNL Extension educator, 7 p.m., Bryan Health East. Pre-regisration is required by calling 402-481-8886. Call 402-441-7180

Wednesday, Oct. 31

Lecture, “Stitching as Knowing: Mapping Nebraska with Textiles and Threads,” Liz Ingraham, associate professor of art, 3 p.m., International Quilt Study Center and Museum.

Natural Resources Fall Research Seminar, “GeoComputational Intelligence and High-Performance Geospatial Computing,” Gene Guan, 3:30 p.m., Hardin Hall.

Fall 2012 Biotechnology/Life Sciences Seminar Series, “Interrogation of Post-Translational Regulation via Mass Spectrometric Proteomics Approaches,” Leslie Hicks, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, reception 3:30 p.m., lecture 4 p.m., Beadle Center.

Nebraska Center for Materials and Nanoscience Seminar Series, “Nanobioimaging and Sensing with Multimodal/Multifunctional Nanoparticle Probes,” Swadeshmukul Santra, University of Central Florida, 4 p.m. Jorgensen Hall.

Thursday, Nov. 1

Biochemistry Graduate Student Seminar, Athen Kimberlin, noon, Beadle Center.

Discipline-Based Education Research Meeting, “Insects as Teaching Tools,” Doug Golick, 2 p.m. Bessey Hall.

Fall Nebraska Lecture, “Joy of Applied Science While Feeding the World,” P. Stephen Baenziger, 3:30 p.m., Nebraska Union.

Lecture, “Know Your (Author) Rights,” Roy Royster, 4 p.m., Nebraska Hall.

G.E. Hendricks Symposium Keynote Lecture, “The Politics of Food in North Korea,” Rhoda Howard-Hassmann, Wilfrid Laurier University, 7 p.m., Nebraska Union.

Friday, Nov. 2

G.E. Hendricks Symposium Panel, “Philosophical Implications of Divorcing Rights from Security,” 9 a.m., Nebraska Union.

G.E. Hendricks Symposium Panel, “Human Security: Claim or Frame,” 10:50 a.m., Nebraska Union.

G.E. Hendricks Symposium Panel, “Conceptualization and Measurement of Human Security,” 1:35 p.m., Nebraska Union.

Geography General Seminar, “Technology Toponyms: Connecting the Public to Naval Vessels Using Place Names,” Glenn Humphress, 2 p.m., Hardin Hall.

Agricultural Economics Seminar, “Explaining Ambiguity Aversion in Three African Countries: Results from Behavioral Experiments,” Timothy Dalton, Kansas State University, 3 p.m., Filley Hall.

Applied Ecology Seminar, Gary Lynne, 3 p.m., Hardin Hall.

Chemistry Colloquium, “Crystalline Semiconducting and Porous Materials: Synthesis, Properties and Applications,” Pingyun Feng, University of California, Riverside, 3:30 p.m., Hamilton Hall.