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    • Lecture. “”Radical Sheik and the Missing Martyrs: Why are There So Few Islamic Terrorists?”” presented by The Center for Middle Eastern Studies and the department of sociology. The lecture will be given by Charles Kurzman, associate professor of sociology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Noon. Free. Center for English as a Second Language, Room 102
  • Science and Engineering Career Series. A panel of a number of professionals will meet to give information regarding potential career choices for science and engineering majors. This panel features Don Bourque, former U.S. State Department faculty scholar; Lisa Harris, chief executive officer at Harris Environmental Group; Dr. Zeenat Mahal, director of the Regional Epidemiological Center, Intertribal Council of Arizona; April Stonehouse, criminalist with the Arizona Department of Public Safety; and Terri Mitchell, vice president of storage systems development at IBM. 4 p.m. Free. Life Sciences South building, Room 440
  • Lecture. “”The Future of Venture Capital”” is presented by Robert E. Grady, managing director of the Carlyle Group, one of the world’s largest global equity firms. Grady is a graduate of Harvard University and the Stanford Graduate School of Business. This lecture is sponsored by The Eller College of Management. Arrive early. 5 p.m. Free. McClelland Hall, Berger Auditorium
  • Writing workshop. Victoria Stefani of the Writing Skills Improvement Program will discuss “”Style: The Importance of Clarity.”” This lecture is part of a free semester-long series of workshops held every Monday. 5 p.m. Free. Modern Languages building, Room 410
  • Leadership workshop. “”LGBT 101″” will be discussed. This workshop is part of the CSIL Leadership Workshop Series. Earn a leadership enrichment certificate by attending seven workshops in three semesters or become a certified UA student leader by attending 20 in three semesters. 5 p.m. Free. Student Union Memorial Center, Sabino Room
  • Documentary. “”A Letter to the Prime Minister: Jo Wilding’s Diary from Iraq”” presents footage of the consequences of U.S./U.K. foreign policy on the Iraqi people of Baghdad and Fallujah before, during and after the 2003 invasion. 7 p.m. Free. Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering building, Room S202
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    • Art exhibit. “”Revelations and Excavations”” features the abstract oil and mixed media on canvas works of Elizabeth Quinn-Worrall. The exhibit focuses on the multiple layers of the feminine journey. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free. SUMC, Union Gallery
  • Art exhibit. “”Phantasmagoria”” features the works of student artist Yumiko Omata. All Day. Free. SUMC, Kachina Gallery
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