Industries for the Hearts (and wallets) of America's Nicotine Dependent Population" in the center's Kiewit Auditorium. Refreshments will be pro-vided.This lecture is part of the Public Health Grand Rounds. Contact Maria Petito at 626-5418 for details.
Eugene Xia, assistant professor of mathematics, contributes his mathematical genius to the Program in Applied Mathematics Modeling Seminar Series at 12:30 p.m. Take a stroll over to Mathematics Room 402 to learn what "Sequential and Parallel Algorithms for the Simulation of Electronic Circuitry II" entails. Kathleen Leick has more information for you at 621-2016.
A lecture on "Spherical Reference Wave Volume Holography: Information Storage and Imaging Applications" is the stuff of today's installment of the Optical Sciences Center Weekly Colloquium. Meet up with George Barbastathis of the University of Illinois in Optical Sciences Room 410 from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. and prepare to be dazzled. Questions? Call Jeanette Ryan at 621-4375.
The Steward Observatory is collaborating with NOAO, KPNO, NSO and NRAO to bring you a Joint Colloquium from 4 to 5 p.m. Get thee to Steward Observatory Room N210 to hear the University of Munich's Rolf Kudritzki expound upon "Hot Luminous Stars and Extragalactic Stellar Astronomy." Sounds almost naughty, doesn't it? Cool off with complimentary refreshments beforehand in Room 204 at 3:30 p.m. Pat Breyfogle can answer your questions about the lecture - call 318-8115.
It's a bug's life: Jay Evans, of the UA Center for Insect Sciences, tells you all about "Reproductive Conflicts and Queen Production in Social Insects" at 4 p.m. in Marley Room 230. Guess we all have problems in the bedroom sometimes. Show up in the breezeway at 3:45 p.m. for refreshments compliments of the Department of Entomology. For details on this or any upcoming entomology seminars, call 621-1151.
The UA School of Music and Dance has prepared another fantastic performance for you. Catch the Wind Ensemble and Wind Symphony tonight at Crowder Hall in the Fine Arts Complex. The Wind Symphony will strut their stuff with "Variations on a Bach Chorale" (Jack Stamp) and "Russian Christmas Music" (Alfred Reed), while the Wind Ensemble wows you with their interpretations of "La Procession du Rocio" (Joaquin Turina), "Symphony No. 3, Movement 4, Finale" (James Barnes), "Suite from 'Water Music'" (G. F. Handel), and "Intermezzo" from "Vanessa" (Samuel Barber). The show begins at 7:30 p.m.- call 621-1162 for ticket prices.
Side-splitting entertainment will be graciously (and gratuitously) provided by The Charles Darwin Experience in the Memorial Student Union Cellar. Crack a smile at 10 p.m. and stay till you laugh yourself into stomach cramps. Good thing this only happens once per week, or else Campus Health would be seeing an increase in complaints of abdominal pain.
Compiled by Kim Stravers