Indiana University

  • CompTIA Security+
    March 30 9:00am
    This workshop lasts 5 days. CompTIA Security+ is an international, vendor-neutral certification that demonstrates competency in: Network Security Compliance and operational security Threats and vulnerabilities Application, data and host security Access control and identity management Cryptography C more »
  • Desktop Publishing Project Lab
    March 30 1:30pm
    You can only register for this workshop as part of the Desktop Publishing Fundamentals Certificate Series This workshop lasts 3 hours. In this 3-hour lab session, you will integrate the skills you learned in Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign to independently create a design project. You will work with predetermined materials and your more »
  • "Secret Impressions: The Reproduction of Erotica Prior to the Camera" Art Exhibit by The Kinsey Institute
    March 30 1:30pm
    The Kinsey Institute art and library collections contain thousands of examples of erotic imagery produced over centuries by artists around the world. Secret Impressions presents a selection of lithographs, engravings, etchings and woodblock prints from the mid-19th century and earlier. These artworks from France, England, Italy, Germany, Holland more »
  • "Hold That Pose: Erotic Imagery in 19th Century Photography" Art Exhibit by The Kinsey Institute
    March 30 1:30pm
    The Kinsey Institute art and library collections contain thousands of examples of erotic imagery produced over centuries by artists around the world. Hold That Pose features daguerreotypes, tintypes, albumen and gelatin silver prints, stereocards, and other examples of photographic processes that were used in the 19th century by professional pho more »
  • Gill Center and Program in Neuroscience Lecture. Susan Amara, University of Pittsburgh and Scientific Director, NIMH, "Dynamic regulation of signaling pathways in dopamine neurons: the intracellular actions of amphetamines"
    March 30 4:00pm
    Neurotransmitter transporters present at the plasma membrane contribute to the clearance and recycling of neurotransmitters and have a profound impact on the extent of receptor activation during neuronal signaling. These carriers also are the primary targets for psychostimulant drugs of abuse, antidepressant medications, and drugs such as methyl more »
Thursday, April 18, 2013