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    Thursday, July 20

    • Geriatric Grand Rounds. Dr. Mark Gilbert, assistant professor in the department of psychiatry at the University Medical Center, will discuss the research and practice of mind-body medicine skills groups in his lecture titled “”Healing in the Eye of the Hurricane.”” Noon. Arizona Cancer Center, Kiewit Auditorium
  • Doctoral Oral Defense. Sharon Kay Deckert will present her dissertation in second language acquisition and teaching titled “”The Construction of Functional Identities in Forensic Interviews with Children.”” 10 a.m. Modern Languages building, Room 451
  • Friday, July 21

    • Seminar. Ever heard of bacteria that have circadian rhythm? If not, come listen to Dr. Carl Johnson from Vanderbilt University give a biochemistry and molecular biophysics seminar titled “”As Time Glows By: Biological Clock Systems in Cyanobacteria from Populations to Molecules.”” 11 a.m. BioSciences West building, Room 208
  • Doctoral Final Oral Defense. Come listen to Martin Juan Rivera Sr. defend his information resources and library science dissertation, “”The Storytellers’ Journeys: A Study Using Portraiture Method.”” 9 a.m. “”Swede”” Johnson building, Room 301
  • Doctoral Final Oral Defense. Erin Mari McNicholas will defend her mathematics dissertation, “”Embedded Tree Structures and Eigenvalue Statistics of Genus Zero One-Face Maps.”” 3 p.m. Math building, Room 402
  • Monday, July 24.

    • Archaeology Summer Camp for adults. If as a child you dreamed of digging in the dirt but now find yourself far from being the next Indiana Jones, there is still a chance. The Arizona State Museum will let you be an archeologist for a week! As part of ASM research, experience firsthand how and what archaeologists learn about Arizona’s ancient cultures through hands-on activities, lectures and tours. The week-long program runs until Friday and costs $300. If interested, call (520) 626-8381. 8 a.m. Arizona State Museum

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