Wednesday, March 23 - Good Morning Cmc
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Events on campus
- Fulbright Scholarship information session with David Nahmias '10, who is currently on a Fulbright to Mexico, 4:15pm, Bauer 36
- Senior Thesis Writing Workshop, 11-noon, Bauer 22
- Chef Wars, featuring Justin, the Pitzer College Chef vs. chefs from 3 other Bon Appetit schools, vote for your favorite dish, 5-7:30pm, McConnell (Pitzer)
- Scripps Tea sponsored by the Cesar Chavez Committee, with live mariachi music, 3:30-4:30pm, Seal Court (Scripps)
- Graphic Design Workshop hosted by KSPC, learn how to make flyers and posters, use cool typography, and more, 7pm, KSPC Station (Thatcher Basement at Pomona)
- Sexual Harassment and Study Abroad, a discussion, 10pm, Smith Campus Center 235
- "Speech, Politics, and Hate," a debate centering around the recent Nazi protest in Claremont, between Pomona professors Michael Teter and Tomas Summers Sandoval Jr. 7:30pm, Hahn 101
- Walker Coffee House is serving assorted drinks and snacks, 9-11pm only.
- CGU School of Community and Global Health Student Mixer Night, learn about their programs, 6-8pm, Atkins Lobby (CGU)
- "Using LinkedIn and other social media in your job search," 12:15pm, Aviation Room, Hoch-Shanahan (HMC)
- National Outdoor Leadership Schools information table, 11-1pm, Seal Court (Scripps)
- Green Hills Software information session, 6pm, Aviation Room, Hoch-Shanahan (HMC)
- Brandon Lee, gay adult film star, will be speaking about his experiences in the adult film industry, Vita Nova Hall (Scripps), 8pm-9pm.
- Vatche Sahakian, "Finally, the First Principles," part of their ongoing series on physics and philosophy, 7pm, Galileo Edwards Hall (HMC)
- Shahrzad Mojab, University of Toronto, "War, Women's NGOs and Education: The Perils of Democracy Training," 5:30pm, Boone Recital Hall (Scripps)
- Christopher Clark, "Underwater Robotics: Field Explorations in Marine Biology, Oceanography, and Archaeology," Galileo McAlister, 4:15pm
Lunch: Gary Vaynerchuk, one of the best marketers and experts on social media out there today. Vaynerchuk is a super enthusiastic guy who will give a good talk - you should definitely consider stopping by to hear this if you have time. Vaynerchuk also runs Wine Library TV and has a new book called The Thank You Economy, which he'll be speaking about.
Lunch begins at 11:30, and the program begins at noon.
Dinner: Volker Vogt, professor of biochemistry at Cornell. Vogt has done a lot of impressive work reverse engineering bacterial viruses and HIV to determine their components. He will be speaking about "Lessons for HIV from the Chicken Virus RSV."
Ath opens at 5:30; dinner is at 6, and the program begins at 6:45.
Place reservations here, or check out the full list of speakers for the spring 2011 semester.
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