This Week at the UA April 3-7

University Communications
April 4, 2006

Toward a Science of Consciousness

  • What: The biennial, interdisciplinary conference sponsored by the UA Center for Consciousness Studies.
  • Where: Tucson Convention Center
  • When: Monday, April 03, 2006 - Saturday, April 08, 2006, 9 am
  • Who: Stuart Hameroff, 520-621-9317

Yuma Hall Blood Drive

  • What: blood drive
  • Where: Yuma Hall living room
  • When: Monday, April 03, 2006 - Tuesday, April 04, 2006, 10 am -3 pm
  • Who: Maurice Lee, (520) 695-0385

Sonora Review Anniversary Reading

  • What: blood drive
  • What: Sonora Review, the oldest student-run literary magazine, will be hosting a reading by noted authors: Antonya Nelson, Ken Lamberton, and G.C. Waldrep.
  • Where: U of A Bookstore, Downstairs stacks
  • When: Monday, April 03, 2006 - 3 pm
  • Who: Justin Dimos, 520-326-8678

Genographic Project's Spencer Wells, UA's Michael Hammer on Mankind's Greatest Journey

  • What: Lectures by Spencer Wells, Ph.D., National Geographic Society Explorer-In Residence: "Journey of Man: the Science Behind the Genographic Project" and Michael Hammer, Ph.D., Director, Human Origins Genotyping Laboratory, Arizona Research Laboratories, University of Arizona: "DNA and Human Origins"
  • Where: Integrated Learning Center (ILC), room 120
  • When: Monday, April 03, 2006 - 4 pm
  • Who: Caroline Garcia, 621-8422

Arizona Wind Quintet in concert

  • What: guest faculty artists Nelzimar Neves, cello, and Patrick Neher, double bass, presented by the School of Music at The University of Arizona
  • Where: Music Building, Holsclaw Hall
  • When: Monday, April 03, 2006 - 7 pm
  • Who: Invgi Kallen, 626-6320

Lessons from New Zealand

  • What: Professor Linda Tuhiwai Smith is known internationally as a public speaker on issues related to Indigenous education, development, and research methodology and for her critically acclaimed book "Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples." She will speak about her international indigenous and sovereignty work.
  • Where: College of Education, Kiva Auditorium
  • When: Monday, April 03, 2006 - 7 pm
  • Who: Perry Gilmore, 621-7880

"Picture Perfect: Persuasion, Politics and Prejudice Surrounding the Scientific Image, 1800-2006"

  • What: lecture about the visualizations of scientific ideas
  • Where: Physics and Atmospheric Sciences (PAS), room 201
  • When: Tuesday, April 04, 2006 - 5 pm
  • Who: Philippe Jacqoud, 626-5112

disABILITY Dismantled

  • What: This interactive workshop will dismantle current concepts of and biases around disability.
  • Where: Student Union Memorial Center, Ventana Room
  • When: Tuesday, April 04, 2006 - 5 pm
  • Who: Amanda Kraus, 626-9714

Fraud and White Collar Crime in Tucson

  • What: Jim Williamson, a detective of the Tucson Police Department, will be giving a talk about fraud and white collar crime that occurs here in Tucson.
  • Where: College of Law,146
  • When: Wednesday, April 05, 2006 - Noon
  • Who: Nancy Stanley, 520.621.8430

Faculty Fellows Speaker Series - Hispanics and Cancer: Making Sense of Disparities

  • What: Dr. Garcia will discuss important differences in the incidence, mortality and outcomes associated with malignant disease among Hispanics.
  • Where: Student Union Memorial Center, Gallagher Theatre
  • When: Wednesday, April 05, 2006 - Noon -1 pm
  • Who: Jael Walker, 621-7060

"Lyrika," a vocal chamber ensemble

  • What: featuring faculty and guest artists, presented by the School of Music at The University of Arizona
  • Where: Music Building, Crowder Hall
  • Who: Ingvi Kallen, 626-6320

Program in Integrative Medicine Grand Rounds

  • What: Clinical Issues, Controversies and Updates in Women's Health and Natural Medicine
  • Where: Arizona Health Sciences Center, Room 8403
  • When: Thursday, April 06, 2006 - Noon
  • Who: Alicia Held Morris, 626-4893

Women of Color Ice Cream Social

  • What: sponsored by The Women of Color Task Force of the Women's Studies Program
  • Where: UA Women's Studies, 1443 E. 1st St, Patio
  • When: Thursday, April 06, 2006 - 2:30 pm
  • Who: Dylan Simosko, 505.350.8695

Spring Fling, 2006

  • What: largest student-run carnival in the nation
  • Where: Rillito Park
  • When: Thursday, April 06, 2006 - Sunday, April 09, 2006 4 pm - Midnight
  • Who: Holly Schindler, (520) 621-561

Marco Pereira Guitar Concert

  • What: Classical guitarist Marco Pereira is influenced by jazz and Latin-American styles as well as by the sounds of his native Brazil.

  • Where: Holsclaw Hall
  • When: Thursday, April 07, 2005 - 7:30 pm
  • Who: Jeff McKee, 520-203-8018

UA's Repertory Theatre: "She Loves Me"

  • What: charming classic musical centers on two feuding clerks in a European parfumerie who secretly find solace in their anonymous romantic pen pals, little knowing their respective correspondents are none other than each other.
  • Where: Laboratory Theatre - southeast corner of Park Avenue and Speedway Boulevard
  • When: Friday, April 07, 2006 - Sunday, April 30, 2006, time TBA
  • Who: Fine Arts Box Office, 520-621-1162

Musical Moments at the BookStore

  • What: Jazz Singer Heather Ribblett performs
  • Where: UA BookStore at Student Union Memorial Center, Lower Level
  • When: Friday, April 07, 2006 - Noon
  • Who: Catherine Correia, 520.626.6999

The University of Arizona Opera Theater presents Mark Adamo's "Little Women"

  • What: a fully staged production, directed by Charles Roe, with music direction by Thomas Cockrell.
  • Where: Stevie Eller Dance Theatre
  • When: Friday, April 07, 2006 - 7:30 pm
  • Who: Invgi Kallen, 626-6320

A Byrd Once Told Me

  • What: Theater performance and book Signing for children 4-7 years old by theater arts students
  • Where: UA BookStore at SUMC, Lower Level
  • When: Saturday, April 08, 2006 - 11 am
  • Who: Ann Wolnick, 621-8475

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