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    • Computer science lecture.
      Interested in the future of artificial intelligence? Daniel Wood will discuss “”Understanding the Neocortex: Prerequisite for the Design of the Ultimate Artificial Neural Network.”” Noon. Student Union Memorial Union, Santa Cruz Room
  • Speaker series.
    Mike Piccaretta will discuss his experiences as a defense attorney. Having extensive experience representing those accused of murder, fraud, drug trafficking, vehicular homicide and other serious matters, Piccaretta has appeared on “”60 Minutes,”” “”CBS News,”” National Public Radio and other shows. This speaker is part of the Law, Criminal Justice and Security Program Speaker Series. 12:20 p.m. James E. Rogers College of Law building, Room 146
  • Professional school workshop.
    Learn strategies for applying to graduate and professional schools. No sign-up required. 1:30 p.m. SUMC, Room 411
  • Bioscience Ph.D and M.D./Ph.D. application seminar.
    Biological chemistry professor David Engelke will present “”Bioscience Ph.D. and M.D./Ph.D. Programs: The Application Process and What to Expect.”” Life Sciences South Building, Room 340
  • Graduate writing workshop.
    Part of a free semester-long series of workshops, Victoria Stefani will discuss “”Revision and Audience Awareness.”” 4 p.m. Modern Languages building, Room 410
  • Affirmative action debate.
    Adjunct professor Rev. Elwood McDowell and Loyola University professor Nicholas Capaldi will debate “”Affirmative Action: Has it Gone Wrong?”” Sponsored by the Federalist Society. 12:15 p.m. Marley building, Room 139
  • Lecture.
    Africana Studies Lecture Series Fall 2006 presents a lecture by Julian Kunnie titled “”Decolonizing Education Curricula in the Age of Globalization and Imperial Capitalism.”” Noon. Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering building, Room S338
  • Teach for America alumni panel.
    All students are invited to attend a panel discussion about the need for today’s college leaders to commit to making an impact in the education system. Enjoy a free dinner and discussion of how to make an extreme impact in your first year out of college. 5 p.m. McClelland Hall, Berger Auditorium
  • Diversity Initiatives meeting.
    Diversity Initiatives is committed to fighting racism and bias and promoting awareness through its various subcommittees. 5 p.m. SUMC, Picacho Room
  • Free massages.
    Need to relax from the stress of classes? Come get a free massage! 2 p.m. Park Student Union, Coati Meeting Room
  • Entertainment

  • Live music.
    A KAMP Student Radio DJ will be spinning during lunchtime. Noon. UA Mall
  • Poker tournament.
    Bring your best poker face and $5 to the poker tournament. 6 p.m. SUMC, Games Room
  • Karaoke.
    Come sing your heart out! Free. 7 p.m. PSU, Dining Room
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