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  1. TONIGHT! UMD Repertoire Orchestra: Neruda Trumpet Concerto
  2. Yoga for Different Bodies
  3. Isareli Stage presents "Oh, God"
  4. District5 Wind Quintet: Exiled
  5. RESCHEDULED: Accessibility Tour of UMD
  6. Test Your Success and Speak with the Experts:Exclusive Employer Information Session
  7. Smith PhD Information Session
  8. Gold Code -- Leave No Terp Behind
  9. $140 paid study for non-USA students on brain behavior over time
  10. Narratives of Violence and Human Rights in Southern Chile, 1990-2012
  11. FREE Meditation Session Today
  12. TOMORROW Film and Discussion: Beyond Our Differences
  13. Master of Science in Human-Computer Interaction Virtual Information Session TODAY
  14. Office of International Initiatives (OII) International Documentary and Film Series presents: 'American Teacher'
  15. CAREER DISCOVERY ZONE TODAY!! Managing Invisible Career Barriers-Stress, Fear & Other Emotions
  16. The Inaugural Diversity Fireside Chat: Rising Tide: The New American Workplace
  17. Hostilities, Reconciliation, and Interventions through Dance
  18. Hostilities, Reconciliation, and Interventions through Dance
  19. $25 Research Opportunity for Chinese Speakers
  20. Last Day of Mpact Week
  21. Interfaith Pathways to Gratitude Meditation Class
  22. Colleges Against Cancer 2nd GBM 10/22 at 8PM
  23. Beyond the Classroom Living-Learning Program Information Session
  24. Beyond the Classroom presents a special seminar: Interfaith Engagement for Global Peace - a talk by Dr. Jing Lin
  25. FREE CONCERT TONIGHT!!!
  26. ENST Fall Seminar Series, 10/22, Dr. Puneet Srivastava (Auburn University): "Incorporating Climate Information in Water Resources Decision-Making," 4:00 PM ANS 0408
  27. Colleges Against Cancer: Calling All Survivors!

1. TONIGHT! UMD Repertoire Orchestra: Neruda Trumpet Concerto

When: Wednesday, October 22, 2014 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Where: Clarice Smith PAC : Dekelboum Concert Hall
Event Type(s): Concert

This season-opening concert features UMD trumpet professor Chris Gekker performing the Neruda Trumpet Concerto in Eb-Major. Also on the program: Berlioz's Roman Carnival Overture and Kalinnikov's First Symphony.

The University of Maryland Repertoire Orchestra is an all-campus and community orchestra that both performs traditional repertoire and crosses boundaries in its collaborations with rock bands, guest artists, choruses and soloists.

Website: http://theclarice.umd.edu/events/2014/umd-repertoire-orchestra-neruda-trumpet-concerto



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2. Yoga for Different Bodies

Where: Stamp Student Union : B0108
Event Type(s): Diversity

An adaptive yoga session for all body types. This class is for for people with mobility and/or balance concerns, people with disabilities, and their allies. Free class. Registration required, email bdc1@umd.edu. Open to faculty, staff, students. Please email bdc1@umd.edu if you would like an ASL interpreter at this event.

This event is part of the semester-long Rise Above Ableism campaign. The campaign seeks to raise awareness of how ableism, as a system of discrimination and prejudice against people with disabilities, hurts us all. Open to faculty, staff and students. #terpsriseabove"

Thursdays, October 23rd, October 30th, and November 6th all at 12:30-1:30pm

Diversity.umd.edu

For more information, contact:
Beth Douthirt-Cohen



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3. Isareli Stage presents "Oh, God"

When: Wednesday, October 22, 2014 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Where: Stamp Student Union : The Atrium
Event Type(s): Theatre Performance

On October 22, Israeli Stage brings its touring production of the witty and poignant play "Oh, God" to UMD! In this hilarious and touching play, a psychotherapist named Ella (Maureen Keiller), single mother of an autistic child, gets a visit from a new, desperate patient, God (Will Lyman).

This event is free of charge but registration is required - please visit israelstudies.umd.edu/upcoming-events.html for more information! Please contact Samantha at levines@umd.edu with any questions.

This event is cosponsored by the Gildenhorn Institute for Israel Studies and Maryland Hillel.

Website: http://israelstudies.umd.edu/upcoming-events.html

For more information, contact:
Samantha Levine
Gildenhorn Institute for Israel Studies
+1 301 405 9413

http://israelstudies.umd.edu



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4. District5 Wind Quintet: Exiled

When: Wednesday, October 22, 2014 8:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Where: Clarice Smith PAC : Gildenhorn Recital Hall
Event Type(s): Concert

In this program of twentieth century music, District5 connects the biographies of four composers whose lives were marked by the experience of exile.

Though unified in their expatriation, each composer's circumstances and reactions varied dramatically. From Paul Hindemith's voluntary departure from Nazi Germany to Isang Yun's multiple imprisonments, this concert presents exile with all its contradictions and complications.

Program
Kleine Kammermusik, Op.5 No. 2, by Paul Hindemith (1895-1963)
Five Poems, by Karel Husa (1921-)
Humoreske, by Alexander von Zemlinsky (1871-1942)
Wind Quintet, by Isang Yun (1917-1995)

Website: http://theclarice.umd.edu/events/2014/district5-wind-quintet-exiled

For more information, contact:
The Clarice
+1 301 405 2787
theclarice.umd.edu



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5. RESCHEDULED: Accessibility Tour of UMD

When: Monday, October 27, 2014 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
Where: Stamp Student Union : Main Entrance
Event Type(s): Diversity

Come see the campus through the experiences of students with disabilities. Tour will look at places of strength and struggle for our campus in terms of accessibility with etiquette tips from a wheelchair and motor disability point of view.

Website: http://diversity.umd.edu/riseabove/

For more information, contact:
Domonic Rollins
Office of Diversity & Inclusion
+1 301 405 2858



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6. Test Your Success and Speak with the Experts:Exclusive Employer Information Session

When: Wednesday, October 29, 2014 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Where: Hornbake : South Wing : 3100
Event Type(s): Training

Are you a first or second year student who is curious about what it takes to succeed in the world of work? Are you interested in first-hand knowledge from employers? Put your communication and relationship-building skills to practice while speaking with our panel of employers. Learn about jobs in a variety of career fields from the employer's point of view. This event is the last session of the Come Out of Your Shell Success Series for first and second year students, however all students are encouraged to attend.

Note: Plan to attend even if you haven't attended other Success Series events.

If you attend all five sessions you will receive a professional padfolio!

Website: http://careers.umd.edu/events_RSVP.cfm?event_id=5055

For more information, contact:
Heather Urban
301 314 7120



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7. Smith PhD Information Session

When: Thursday, October 30, 2014 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Where: Van Munching : 1303
Event Type(s): Forum

Are you interested in exploring creative topics within the realm of business? Are you interested in a career in academia, specifically at a research institution? The PhD Program Office is hosting an information session for individuals interested in pursuing a PhD in Business and Management in one of our 8 different fields of study (listed below). The session will cover the overall logistics of the program and application and give potential applicants the opportunity to speak with faculty and staff about their research interests and the research interests of the fields of study.
Fields of Study:
. Accounting and Information Assurance
. Finance
. Information Systems
. Managerial Economics
. Marketing
. Organizational Behavior/Human Resource Management
. Operations Management/Management Science
. Strategic Management (Entrepreneurship)
. Supply Chain Management

Please RSVP at http://smithphdinfosession.rsvpify.com/ and let us know which field of study you are interested in.

Website: http://www.rhsmith.umd.edu/programs/phd-program/news-events/information-sessions/info-session-oct-30-2014

For more information, contact:
Justina L Blanco
+1 301 405 7210



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8. Gold Code -- Leave No Terp Behind

When: Wednesday, October 22, 2014 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Where: Hornbake : Hornbake Plaza : Sexual Health Expo
Event Type(s): Health

When going out for the evening, whether alcohol is involved or not, make sure to stay with a group of friends throughout the night. Before leaving for the evening, determine how everyone will get home safely. Take advantage of the University provided safe options; such as the UM Shuttle, Nite-Ride, and 24-hour escort service with UMPD.

Win Limited Edition GOLD Sunglasses by attending Gold Code Events!

Wednesday, October 22nd
CHOICES Table at the Sexual Health Expo
Hornbake Plaza
11:00 AM -- 3:00 PM

Website: http://health.umd.edu/goldcode

For more information, contact:
Jessica Bediako
University Health Center
+1 301 314 8123

www.health.umd.edu



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9. $140 paid study for non-USA students on brain behavior over time

Where: Biology - Psychology : 1227
Event Type(s): Other

Our lab is seeking participants for a yearlong EEG study on the experience of international students in the USA. This study will involve wearing an EEG cap and completing tasks that measure your brain responses to various social situations.

To participate in this study, you must be a student who has arrived within the USA within the last three months and will be staying here for at least a year. Participants will contact you throughout the year to schedule laboratory sessions. You will be paid $40-50 for the first two-and-a-half long session, and $50 for each subsequent session. EEG has been used for many years and is considered a safe procedure. You'll feel little or no discomfort during the EEG recording. The electrodes only record activity and do not produce any sensation. They just record your brain activity in the form of waves. There is no risk of getting an electric shock. Please email the University of Maryland Culture lab at umdculturelab@gmail.com if interested.

For more information, contact:
Joshua Conrad Jackson
2028217436



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10. Narratives of Violence and Human Rights in Southern Chile, 1990-2012

When: Tuesday, November 04, 2014 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Where: Francis Scott Key : Merrill Room : 2120
Event Type(s): Lecture,Meeting,Seminar

Brown Bag Lunch: Dr. Barrientos will address the production of indigenous people's oral narratives during the transition to democracy in Chile in the 1990s and 2000s. Barrientos draws upon interviews conducted by anthropologists working with Chilean human rights NGOs and shows how they sought to reveal hidden or forgotten experiences of state violence in indigenous and peasant communities during the dictatorship.

Website: http://lasc.umd.edu

For more information, contact:
Latin American Studies Center
Latin American Studies Center
+1 301 405 6459

http://lasc.umd.edu



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11. FREE Meditation Session Today

When: Wednesday, October 22, 2014 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Where: Health Center : 0142
Event Type(s): Health

Today's meditation session will be held at the University Health Center from 12pm-1pm in room 0142.

For more information about the UHC Meditation Program, please visit www.health.umd.edu/meditation or contact Edie Anderson at 301-314-9629.

Website: http://www.health.umd.edu/meditation

For more information, contact:
Edie Anderson
+1 301 314 9629

www.health.umd.edu



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12. TOMORROW Film and Discussion: Beyond Our Differences

When: Thursday, October 23, 2014 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Where: Stamp Student Union : Juan Ramon Jimenez Room
Event Type(s): Movie/Film/Video

Religion can be a powerful force for both division and unity. Through interviews with contemporary religious leaders, politicians, scholars and activists, the PBS Documentary, Beyond Our Differences, looks at the positive role different faiths can play in addressing the pressing problems facing our world today. Film viewing will be followed by a discussion moderated by Rev. Holly Ulmer of United Campus Ministry

Website: http://thestamp.umd.edu/engagement/memorial_chapel/interfaith_programs_and_spiritual_diversity

For more information, contact:
Jennifer Johanna Olson
MICA/Memorial Chapel
+1 301 405-7154



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13. Master of Science in Human-Computer Interaction Virtual Information Session TODAY

When: Wednesday, October 22, 2014 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Event Type(s): Other

Come to a virtual information session on the Master of Human-Computer Interaction (HCIM) program from the College of Information Studies!

The event will be conducted using Adobe Connect: https://webmeeting.umd.edu/hciminfosession

The interdisciplinary Master of Human-Computer Interaction (HCIM) provides the opportunity for advanced, systematic study of how to design, evaluate, and implement new information technologies that are understandable, usable and appealing to a wide variety of people. The iSchool's program provides instruction in the technology design process, tool-building technologies, evaluation techniques, application areas for users and the social impact of technology on the individual and community.

Website: http://ischool.umd.edu/content/information-sessions

For more information, contact:
Mary Carroll-Mason
+1 301 405 1260



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14. Office of International Initiatives (OII) International Documentary and Film Series presents: 'American Teacher'

When: Wednesday, October 29, 2014 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Where: Benjamin : 0306
Event Type(s): Movie/Film/Video

- Introduction
- Documentary screening (1hr 21mins.)
- Audience discussion
*Pizza and beverages will be served!

Participated in many national and international film festival and awarded silver in the documentary category of the 34th Annual Philadelphia International Film Festival, this feature-length documentary brings together educational experts, student interviews, and a year of documenting the day-to-day lives and sacrifices of public school teachers. Weaving interviews of policy experts and startling facts with the lives and careers of four teachers, American Teacher tells the collective story by and about those closest to the issues in our educational system-the 3.2 million teachers who spend every day in classrooms across the country.

Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/1494616520806301/

For more information, contact:
Ji Hyun Kim
College of Education Office of International Initiative (OII)
+1 301 405 3324

http://www.education.umd.edu/international/index.html



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15. CAREER DISCOVERY ZONE TODAY!! Managing Invisible Career Barriers-Stress, Fear & Other Emotions

When: Wednesday, October 22, 2014 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Where: Shoemaker : Please check in with receptionist : 1st Floor, Main Reception
Event Type(s): Seminar

Are you feeling STUCK, ANXIOUS/STRESSED or PROCRASTINATING about a career decision you need to make, like choosing/changing your major or making plans following graduation? Do you know what you want, but are AFRAID you won't be successful? Then, this CAREER DISCOVERY ZONE workshop is for you! Find out how to turn those negative emotions into positive actions that can move you toward a decision and a successful future. No pre-registration needed. Students should plan to attend the entire 1-1/2 hours.

Website: http://www.counseling.umd.edu

For more information, contact:
Linda K. Gast
Counseling Center
+1 301 314 7668

www.counseling.umd.edu



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16. The Inaugural Diversity Fireside Chat: Rising Tide: The New American Workplace

When: Friday, October 31, 2014 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Where: Van Munching : Tyser Auditorium : 1212
Event Type(s): Diversity

Join us for this impactful event, open to UMD and Smith faculty, staff, students, administrators, and community partners. Light lunch will be served at a post-presentation networking.

Please RSVP via www.ter.ps/RisingTide by 10/27/14.

The event will be hosted by Dr. Hank Boyd as he interviews our distinguished guest speaker, Veronica E. Villalobos, Esq., Director of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion at the United States Office of Personnel Management (OPM). Ms. Villalobos will speak on sweeping trends impact both the public and private sectors. Her remarks will be of considerable value to future business leaders, community members, and public policymakers.

Website: http://www.ter.ps/RisingTide

For more information, contact:
Judith Suyen Martinez
Smith School of Business
+1 301 405 0306

www.rhsmith.umd.edu



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17. Hostilities, Reconciliation, and Interventions through Dance

When: Thursday, October 23, 2014 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Where: Clarice Smith PAC : Leah Smith Lecture Hall
Event Type(s): Special Event

Hostilities are flourishing around the globe, online, in the air, on the ground. What does dance have to do with addressing reducing hostilities and promoting reconciliation? Come and find out how two remarkable, resilient, and thoughtful women use dance, movement observation, and dance-making to intervene and redirect such enmities around the planet. Pascal da Rocha will lead the discussion from his years of experience as a peacemaker for the United Nations and related organizations.

Website: http://tdps.umd.edu/event/2014-2015/dancing-ireni-women-dance-and-peacemaking

For more information, contact:
Karen Bradley, Meghan Bowden
School of Theater Dance and Performance Studies

http://tdps.umd.edu/event/2014-2015/dancing-ireni-women-dance-and-peacemaking



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18. Hostilities, Reconciliation, and Interventions through Dance

When: Thursday, October 23, 2014 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Where: Clarice Smith PAC : Leah Smith Lecture Hall
Event Type(s): Special Event

Hostilities are flourishing around the globe, online, in the air, on the ground. What does dance have to do with addressing reducing hostilities and promoting reconciliation? Come and find out how two remarkable, resilient, and thoughtful women use dance, movement observation, and dance-making to intervene and redirect such enmities around the planet. Pascal da Rocha will lead the discussion from his years of experience as a peacemaker for the United Nations and related organizations.

Website: http://tdps.umd.edu/event/2014-2015/dancing-ireni-women-dance-and-peacemaking

For more information, contact:
Karen Bradley, Meghan Bowden
School of Theater Dance and Performance Studies
+1 301 405 6676

http://tdps.umd.edu/event/2014-2015/dancing-ireni-women-dance-and-peacemaking



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19. $25 Research Opportunity for Chinese Speakers

When: Wednesday, October 22, 2014 7:00 PM - Saturday, November 22, 2014 7:00 PM
Where: Susquahanna : Susquehanna 2123
Event Type(s): Other

Are you a speaker of Chinese? Participants are needed for a study on English language comprehension. You will be compensated $25 for a two-hour session. Participants must meet ALL of the following requirements:
(1) First language is Chinese.
(2) First arrived in the U.S. at the age of 17 or older.
(3) Have been in the U.S. for at least 2 years.
(4) Had a TOEFL score of 75 or above (or IELTS of 6 or above) when you first arrived to the US.
If you are interested in this study, please send an email to payman.vafaee@gmail.com

For more information, contact:
Payman Vafaee
Second Language Acquisition Program
6469124689



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20. Last Day of Mpact Week

When: Wednesday, October 22, 2014 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Where: Kim Engineering
Event Type(s): Colloquium,Conference

Mpact Week is an exploration of what engineers, researchers, and scientists can do to help prevent, mitigate, respond to, and recover from disasters, and make our society and infrastructure more resilient. Capping off the week's events on Oct. 22 are multiple sessions on Multi-Hazard Resilience (morning) and Coastal Infrastructure (afternoon):

9:00 am Welcome
9:10 am Keynote: Anthony Hamins, Chief of Fire Research, NIST
9:40 am Keynote: Community Disaster Resilience, Stephen Cauffman, NIST
10:10 am Break
10:20 am Faculty Research Presentations
11:20 am Panel and Q&A Session
12:00 pm Lunch & Poster Session
1:30 pm Welcome
1:40 pm Keynote: Maj. Gen. John Peabody, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
2:15 pm Keynote: Prof. Youssef Hashash, University of Illinois
2:50 pm Break
3:00 pm Faculty Research Presentations
4:00 pm Panel and Q&A Session
4:30 pm Reception & Poster Session

All are welcome to attend.

Website: http://www.eng.umd.edu/mpact/

For more information, contact:
Alyssa Wolice



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21. Interfaith Pathways to Gratitude Meditation Class

When: Friday, October 24, 2014 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Where: Memorial Chapel : Garden of Remembrance and Reflection
Event Type(s): Health

Join us for a free session of yogic breathing exercises and meditation on gratitude with Edie Anderson of the University Health Center and Rev. Kiran Sankhla, Hindu chaplain. RSVP to chapel@umd.edu with choice of turkey or veggie lunch. Sponsored by Engagement, Memorial Chapel, University Health Center and the Hindu Chaplaincy.

For more information, contact:
Jennifer Johanna Olson
Memorial Chapel
+1 301 314 9893



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22. Colleges Against Cancer 2nd GBM 10/22 at 8PM

When: Wednesday, October 22, 2014 8:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Where: Armory : 0116
Event Type(s): Community Service

Colleges Against Cancer will be having their second general body meeting on Wednesday 10/22 at 8 PM.

The GBM will take place at Armory 0116

https://www.facebook.com/RelayUMD

Peace Love Relay

For more information, contact:
Andrew Sungwoo Park
Colleges Against Cancer



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23. Beyond the Classroom Living-Learning Program Information Session

When: Thursday, October 23, 2014 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Where: South Campus Commons Bldg 1, Rm 1102
Event Type(s): Other

Learn about our program and how you can become a leader on civic issues that matter to YOU!

What makes you stand out?
'is it your commitment to leadership and social change?
Internship experience? Community Involvement?

Beyond the Classroom is a three semester program that offers opportunities to:
- Explore civic issues that matter to YOU.
- Engage in community service and civic learning activities.
- Gain real world experience through competitive internships in the Washington, D.C. area and beyond!
- Develop leadership skills for the non-profit sector.
- Meet activists with visionary ideas for solving the world's greatest civic issues.
- Participate in a seminar and documentary film series that addresses major global issues.
- Work closely with faculty and staff to develop a relevant professional portfolio
- Take charge of your education and go "BEYOND THE CLASSROOM!"

For more information, contact:
Meredith Collier
Beyond the Classroom Living-Learning Program
+1 301 314 6620

www.beyondtheclassroom.umd.edu



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24. Beyond the Classroom presents a special seminar: Interfaith Engagement for Global Peace - a talk by Dr. Jing Lin

When: Thursday, October 23, 2014 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Where: South Campus Commons Bldg 1, Rm 1102
Event Type(s): Seminar

Beyond the Classroom Living-Learning Program presents, as part of the Beyond Study Abroad series on cross-cultural engagement:

Interfaith Engagement for Global Peace: Navigating Commonalities and Differences

- A talk by Dr. Jing Lin, Professor of International Education Policy, University of Maryland, College Park

Interfaith engagement-- the act of reaching across religious differences and value systems in pursuit of cooperation and partnership-- is essential for understanding and responding to many of today's most complicated issues, from ISIS, to the Israeli/Palestinian divide, to debates on marriage equality.

Viewing the world from another person's perspective is rarely easy, but working across religious divides can be particularly delicate. This free public seminar will investigate how knowledge of religious commonalities and differences is necessary for the pursuit of a more peaceful, prosperous world.

Website: http://www.ter.ps/76c

For more information, contact:
Meredith Collier
Beyond the Classroom Living-Learning Program
+1 301 314 6620

www.beyondtheclassroom.umd.edu



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25. FREE CONCERT TONIGHT!!!

When: Wednesday, October 22, 2014 8:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Where: Clarice Smith PAC : Dekelboum
Event Type(s): Concert

Come join the Repertoire Orchestra for a FREE concert this evening at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center. The concert includes: Berlioz's Roman Carnival Overture, the Neruda Trumpet Concerto (featuring world renown trumpet player Chris Gekker), and Kalinnikov's First Symphony. The concert begins at 8:00pm in the Dekelboum concert hall. Bring your friends!

Website: https://theclarice.umd.edu/events/2014/umd-repertoire-orchestra-neruda-trumpet-concerto



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26. ENST Fall Seminar Series, 10/22, Dr. Puneet Srivastava (Auburn University): "Incorporating Climate Information in Water Resources Decision-Making," 4:00 PM ANS 0408

When: Wednesday, October 22, 2014 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Where: Animal Science Building: 0408 : ANSC 408
Event Type(s): Seminar

Please join us in welcoming Dr. Puneet Srivastava, Professor of Biosystems Engineering at Auburn University, for this installment in the ENST seminar series!

Dr. Srivastava's research program has focused on demonstrating how season-to-interannual climate forecasts can be used to make better decisions for managing water resources of the Southeast. He will present a number of examples from his recent research for this, including using climate forecasts to better manage water supply and demand in small- to mid-size communities of the Southeast and quantifying value of climate forecasts, and to mitigate the effects of droughts.

For more information, contact:
Lela Stanley
+1 610 506 0501



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27. Colleges Against Cancer: Calling All Survivors!

When: Wednesday, October 22, 2014 10:00 PM
Where: Armory
Event Type(s): Community Service

Hello Everyone,

Every year the American Cancer Society holds a huge fundraiser called Relay For Life -- which we also have on campus. At UMD, Colleges Against Cancer (CAC) plans the event. A huge part of this event is the community of people whom we Relay for -- the cancer patients. As part of Relay, we want to reach out to survivors of cancer to get to know them and their stories to learn more about why this cause is important, but also to spread awareness about the cause.
We're reaching out from Colleges Against Cancer and Relay for Life UMD for your help in finding survivors of cancers -- we would love to get to know you and your stories -- so please if you are a survivor, or if you know a survivor who may be willing to share their experiences -- please email us at umdrelay.survivorship@gmail.com.


Thanks for all your help,
For a Cure,
CAC Executive Board

For more information, contact:
Andy Park
Colleges Against Cancer



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