[Wildcat Online: News] [ad info]






By Joshua McClain
Arizona Daily Wildcat,
December 7, 1999
Talk about this story

Take a break from your studies for finals and check out the colloquium being held today by the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory. Lazslo Kezsthelyi, a research associate, is at the head of this group that will be discussing the topic "Comparing Long Lava Flows on the Earth, Mars and Io." The presentation kicks off at 3:30 p.m. and should last around 90 minutes. Kezsthelyi plans to show all sorts of new data about all three sources and differences between the three. Just show up to the Kuiper Space Sciences Building, located right next to the Ina E. Gittings building on the far east end of the UA Mall, and go to room 308, the lecture hall. Everyone in the UA community is invited to attend, just plan on doing a little discussing. Bette Evans can answer any queries you may have at 621-6963.

Want to learn more in the area of Middle Eastern studies? Grad students from that department are ready to entertain you this afternoon at 12:30 with the lecture "Ancient Roads in Transjordan: Research from a Geographic Perspective." Giving the presentation will be Karen Borstad, a candidate for a Ph.D. Plan on brown bagging it and learning a little while you eat. The speech should last around one hour and takes place in the Franklin building in room 204. Have questions about the lecture? Give Karen Galindo a call at 621-8079, and she can answer all of your questions about the lecture series.

The final concert of the year for the UA music and dance school is taking place this evening, allowing students to showcase their latest works in dance choreography. Appropriately titled "Last Chance to Dance," this will also show some works in progress in the areas of modern, ballet and jazz dance. Taking place at the Ina E. Gittings Dance Theatre, which is on the north side of the building, the concert costs only $3 and begins at 7:30 p.m. If you need to know more about the performance, call the dance division this afternoon at 621-4698.

Another performance by students today will bring to you members of the UA School for Music harp ensemble called Harp Fusion. Grab lunch and swing by the DuVal Auditorium located at the University Medical Center at noon to catch UA performers at the top of their craft. It is completely free and open to anyone that wants to come. Katie Riley is handling all of the questions, and can be reached at 626-7301.

[end content]
[ad info]