• EXHIBIT: "Quilts of Southwest China"
    March 30 9:00am
    This groundbreaking international exhibition was organized by a bi-national consortium of Chinese and American museums, including the MMWC, that has worked together to document and research these textiles--art forms dating back over 3,000 years, but little known outside certain ethnic minority communities in China. Featuring 24 works expertly fa more »
  • Christa Kelleher, Environmental Science Speaker Series
    March 30 4:00pm
    Earth Sciences & Civil Engineering Syracuse University Exploring the impact of uncertainty on hydrologic behavior from the stream reach to the stream network scale: Integration of detailed observations, hydrologic modeling, and diagnostic analysis Abstract: Stream networks are complex systems that translate water, solutes, and nu more »
  • GCDB Seminar Series: "Precise Engineering of Plant Genomes." Daniel Voytas, University of Minnesota.
    March 30 4:00pm
    Plant agriculture is poised at a technological inflection point. Recent advances in genome engineering make it possible to precisely alter DNA sequences in living cells, providing unprecedented control over a plant’s genetic material. Potential future crops derived through genome engineering include those that better withstand pests, that more »
  • 4th César E. Chávez Undergraduate Research Symposium: Keynote Address
    March 30 5:00pm
    Keynote speaker: Gilberto Rosas, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. Title: “Necro-subjection: On Making Dead to Let Live” This symposium honors the legacy of César E. Chávez, the civil rights leader who fought for the rights and dignity of Latina/o workers, immigrants, and families. We encou more »
  • 2017 NCTA Teaching About Asia Seminar: Bloomington, IN
    March 30 5:30pm
    This spring, the East Asian Studies Center at Indiana University will host a National Consortium for Teaching about Asia (NCTA) Teaching about Asia seminar in Bloomington, IN. Generously funded by the Freeman Foundation, the NCTA seminar is a no-cost professional development program for educators interested in learning about East Asian history a more »
Wednesday, October 30, 2013