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Arizona Daily Wildcat
October 14, 1997

Today on Campus

  • What do you know about cults? Find out by attending "Understanding Cults and Psychological Persuasion." Janja Lalich, Education Director and Consultant for Community Resources on Influence and Control in Alameda, California, will present this lecture at 7 p.m. in the Catholic Newman Center located at 1615 E. Second St. Lalich is a widely recognized expert in the field of cults and their psychological influence.

  • Don't let an emergency catch you off guard. Attend the Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds at 9 a.m. in Room 5403 of the Arizona Health Sciences Center.

  • Judy Rein will present "Reading the Literature I," sponsored by the UA College of Medicine.

  • Travel to the land down under by attending "Comprehensive Forest Assessment in Queensland, Australia: Scientific and Political Implications." Damien Moloney will present this seminar at 3 p.m. in the Biology Science East building, Room 124.

  • UA graduate student Jeff Anthis will present "Reactivity of Transition-Metal Pyrrole Complexes and Their Relation to Hydrodenitrogenation Catalyst." Make sure to join him at 4 p.m. in Room 216 of the Chemistry and Biology Sciences building.

- compiled by Kate Longworth


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