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    h+ Meeting. This forum will feature Richard Leis of the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory who will present “”Tag, You’re It! Privacy Versus Safety in the 21st Century.”” Learn about the progress and deployment, as well as the concerns and the hopes, of surveillance technology. Noon. Student Union Memorial Center, Santa Cruz Room

    Valley Fever Awareness Week Farness Lecture. Presented in conjunction with Medicine Grand Rounds at the UA College of Medicine, this lecture will include a discussion of valley fever in Arizona, the role of physician education in improving patient care and a presentation on a drug being developed at the UA as a possible cure. Noon. University Medical Center, DuVal Auditorium

    Student panel. Presented by the Honors College, UA students will present their cross-cultural experiences and impressions on studying abroad. Noon. Slonaker House

    Graduate writing workshop. Victoria Stefani will discuss “”Tried-and True Strategies for Written and Oral Exams.”” 4 p.m. Modern Languages building, Room 410

    Gender identity. Presented by UA Residence Life, SafeZone presents a forum that will introduce definitions, address gender expression and basic transgender identity theory and strive to dispel myths about the transgender community. 5 p.m. SUMC, Rincon Room

    Immigration student panel. This Immigration and National Security International Student Panel will feature international students who will discuss immigration and national security issues. 5 p.m. Center for English as a Second Language building, Room 102

    Diversity Initiatives committee meetings. Diversity Initiatives is committed to fighting racism, bias and bigotry and promoting awareness, understanding and acceptance of diversity through its various subcommittees. Come check us out! 5 p.m. SUMC, Picacho Room

    Blood drive. Participate in one of the first multiday, multilocation blood drives on campus. Make an appointment by calling 1-800-GIVE-LIFE or walk in to any campus location. Blood drive locations include the UofA Bookstore and North Grand Ballroom in the SUMC, the Games Room in the Park Student Union and on the UA Mall near the Main Library.

    Entertainment

    Free screening. Come watch “”Clerks”” for free. Brought to you by the University Activities Board films, a day in the lives of two convenience clerks is revealed. Free. 7:30 p.m. SUMC, Gallagher Theater

    Poker tournament. Every Wednesday night, bring your poker face and $5 to the poker tournament.
    6 p.m. SUMC, Games Room

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