Chemistry Colloquium "Metalloradical Catalysis: Development of Stereoselective Radical Reactions" Peter Zhang Boston University Host: Christian Bruckner Refreshments will be served at 4:15pm. All are welcome.
Do you have a LinkedIn account, but donât know what to do with it? Are you looking to create a LinkedIn Account, but donât know where to start?
The Center for Career Development is hosting LinkedIn Labs for all students. We will focus on creating and improving LinkedIn accounts. After a quick 10-minute presentation about the ins and outs of LinkedIn, students are free to stay to get help from two career team members! The lab is open 3 hours, so feel free to stay as long as you need!
No computer necessary as these sessions will be held in a computer lab. Join the Center for Career Development and conquer the professional network!
Storrs CampusHumanities Institute, Babbidge Library, 4th Floor
Professsor Juergen Wertheimer (University of Tuebingen, Germany): "The Cassandra Syndrome: Reflections on Literature, Confidence, and Power"
What role can literature play in a world that is increasingly perceived as post-truth? Juergen Wertheimer explores literary texts as social and political seismographs and considers the weight and impact of language, voice, and words in literature and public discourse today.
Contact Information: Sebastian Wogenstein (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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