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    • PAWS for financial success. Promoting Academics, Wellness and Success is a week of events designed to re-energize the student body. All events are free. 9 a.m. UA Mall
  • Medical technology talk. R. Scott Evans will speak about “”Computer Surveillance and Prevention of Adverse Drug Events and Adverse Medical Device Events.”” 10 a.m. University Medical Center, DuVal Auditorium
  • Protest rally. “”Bring This to a Halt!”” is sponsored by The World Can’t Wait – Drive Out the Bush Regime organization and UA student group Refuse and Resist. The rally will begin on the UA Mall and end at the Federal building. Noon. UA Mall, Main Stage
  • Grand Rounds. The Program in Integrative Medicine Grand Rounds presents a series of educational presentations to discuss clinical, scientific and policy information related to the practice of integrative medicine. Noon. University Medical Center
  • Seminar. Joe McMahon will give a talk titled “”Mathematics of Martensitic Transformations.”” Noon. Math building, Room 402
  • Building dedication. Come celebrate the dedication of the new Chemical Sciences building by the UA Chemistry Department. The new building will house active and innovative research in biomolecular design and mechanisms, materials chemistry and astrochemistry. 3 p.m. Chemical Sciences building, Courtyard
  • Optical sciences colloquium. Luz Palomarez will give a talk titled “”40 Years Since McIntyre’s Avalanche Multiplication Theory: Current Implications on Ultrafast Receivers.”” 3:30 p.m. Meinel Optical Sciences building, Room 307
  • Entomology seminar. “”Exploring Capsid Determinants and Whitefly Proteins Involved in Begomovirus Transmission and Vector Specificity”” will be presented by Judith K. Brown. 4 p.m. Marley Building, Room 230
  • Right and wrong lecture. To kick off the 21st anniversary celebration of the Cognitive Science Graduate Interdisciplinary Program, Marc Hauser will present a lecture titled “”How Nature Designed a Universal Sense of Right and Wrong.”” 5 p.m. Social Sciences building, Room 100
  • Lecture. Interested in learning more about the politics of Turkey and its membership in the European Union? Brian Silverstein will talk about current events in Turkey from a political perspective. 7 p.m. CǸsar E. Chávez building, Room 400
  • AIDS Walk signup. Sponsored by the Hillel Foundation, now is your chance to sign up to participate in this year’s AIDS Walk event. 11 a.m. UA Mall


    • Movie. “”The Devil Wears Prada”” is now showing. A young women comes to New York and scores a job as the assistant to one of the city’s biggest magazine editors, Miranda Priestly. 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. $3. Student Union Memorial Center, Gallagher Theater
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