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Below is the agenda for the day:<p>9:00 – 9:30 – Coffee for conference attendees</p><p>9:30 – 9:35: Opening Remarks – Dr. Leroy Dorsey 9:35 – 11:00: Keynote: Victor LaValle on 'Making Monsters: From Frankenstein to Destroyer' in LAAH 453.</p><p>11:00 – 11:15 – Break</p><p>11:15 – 11:45 – Dr. Laura Mandell Session 1 on 'Frankenstein and Digital Media' in the Humanities Visualization Space (HVS) in LAAH. Limited to 25 people.</p><p>11:50 – 12:20 – Dr. Laura Mandell Session 2 on 'Frankenstein and Digital Media' in the Humanities Visualization Space (HVS) in LAAH. Limited to 25 people.</p><p>12:20 – 12:30 – Break</p><p>12:30 – 12:45 Lunch served for Pedagogy Roundtable. 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Below is the agenda for the day:<p>9:00 – 9:30 – Coffee for conference attendees</p><p>9:30 – 10:45 – Panel 3: Frankenstein, Pop Culture, and Language</p><p>Landon Sadler – 'Franky Stein’s Neoliberal, Pop Culture Feminism'</p><p>Stacie Worrel – 'Exquisite Corpse: Rap, Communal Art, and the Body of Frankenstein’s Monster'</p><p>Hunter Plummer – 'Foregrounding Frankenstein’s Language Acquisition Narrative'</p><p>10:45 – 11:00 – Break 11:00 – 12:30 – Keynote: Dr. Donald Olson and Dr. Marilynn Olson on 'Mary Shelley: The Moon and the Origin of Frankenstein' in LAAH 453.</p>","category":"events","subcat":"Symposium","image":"","owner":"Texas A&M University","department":"Department of English","addinfo":"","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"","cprereq":"","startdate":"11/16/2018","enddate":"11/16/2018","starttime":"09:00 AM","datecaption":"","timecaption":"","endtime":"12:30 PM","coprefix":"","cofname":"Deanna","colname":"Stover","cophone":"4803321852","coemail":"d.m.stover@tamu.edu","website":"http://frankenreads.sites.tamu.edu/event/its-alive-symposium-day-1/","location":"Liberal Arts and Arts & Humanities Building - 453","address1":"399 Spence St","address2":"","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"United States","zip":"77840","building":"LAAH 0275","latlong":"30.61642/-96.33987","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=0275","videos":"","kronos":"0","focus":"Creativity|Innovation","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff"},{"id":"event083","itemid":493,"title":"'It’s Alive!': Friday Performance of 'Fortitude' and Other Pieces","description":"The 'It’s Alive!' 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The image of Frankenstein’s creature shambling, arms out, in a mindless drive toward destruction departs from the novel’s more sympathetic rendering of the monster’s deep anger and pain at being rejected by those meant to love him. And yet, though the film insists upon the monster’s fundamental criminality, Karloff’s subtle performance allows us the slightest glimpses of deeper emotions, hinting at the coexistence of monstrosity and tenderness within him.</p><p> </p><p>The film’s 1935 sequel, Bride of Frankenstein, expands on these themes by raising the possibility of the creature’s finding companionship in another such as himself. The introduction of gender into the moral dilemmas presented in the original text raise a host of new questions about birth, death, parenthood, heterosexuality, monstrosity, and desire.</p><p>However, one of Frankenstein’s most enduring victories is its ability to bring these philosophical problems out of the level of abstraction and to make them real, immediate, and touching. James Whale’s adaptations are, in that sense, true progeny of Shelley’s original novel.</p><p>Sunday, November 18th at 2 p.m. To purchase tickets, please visit The Queen Theatre’s website.</p>","category":"events","subcat":"Symposium","image":"","owner":"The Queen Theatre","department":"","addinfo":"","accessinfo":"","onsite":"offcampus","course":"","cprereq":"","startdate":"11/18/2018","enddate":"11/18/2018","starttime":"02:00 PM","datecaption":"","timecaption":"","endtime":"05:00 PM","coprefix":"","cofname":"Deanna","colname":"Stover","cophone":"4803321852","coemail":"d.m.stover@tamu.edu","website":"http://frankenreads.sites.tamu.edu/event/film-double-feature-at-the-queen/","location":"The Queen Theatre","address1":"110 S Main St","address2":"","city":"Bryan","state":"TX","country":"United States","zip":"77803","building":"LAAH 0275","latlong":"","locationmap":"","videos":"","kronos":"0","focus":"Creativity|Innovation","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff"},{"id":"resource121","itemid":495,"title":"MakerPlace","description":"<p>The Langford MakerPlace is an open-use and general working area that provides 3D printing solutions to all students, faculty, staff, and area businesses. 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To steer the conversation from what can you do—to whom can you serve and how best can you serve them.<br /> Because held within the limitless answer to that profound question, is the tremendous potential for relevant, supported, life-changing art capable of connecting people to challenges and triumphs, to diverse cultures, to each other, and to themselves.","category":"events","subcat":"Reception","image":"","owner":"College of Liberal Arts","department":"Performance Studies","addinfo":"","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"","cprereq":"","startdate":"03/22/2019","enddate":"03/22/2019","starttime":"03:00 PM","datecaption":"","timecaption":"","endtime":"05:30 PM","coprefix":"Dr.","cofname":"Martin","colname":"Regan","cophone":"","coemail":"reganm@tamu.edu","website":"https://calendar.tamu.edu/perf/#!view/event/date/20190322/event_id/70703","location":"Melbern G. 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We are no longer assumed to be the manual laborers that our parents were/are &ndash; we are college-educated, we are leaders and politicians, and, to some, we are our ancestors&rsquo; wildest dreams.</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Conference|","image":"","owner":"MSC SCOLA","department":"","addinfo":"<p>Contacts:&nbsp;Savannah Chavez (<a href="mailto:scolaworkshops@gmail.com" rel="noopener noreferrer" style="font-family:wf_segoe-ui_normal, &quot;Segoe UI&quot;, &quot;Segoe WP&quot;, Tahoma, Arial, sans-serif, serif, EmojiFont; font-size:medium; font-style:normal; font-variant-ligatures:normal; font-variant-caps:normal; font-weight:400; letter-spacing:normal; orphans:2; text-align:start; text-indent:0px; text-transform:none; white-space:normal; widows:2; word-spacing:0px; -webkit-text-stroke-width:0px; background-color:#ffffff" target="_blank">scolaworkshops@gmail.com</a>) or Yesenia Carrizales (<a href="mailto:scolarfacilitators@gmail.com" rel="noopener noreferrer" style="font-family:wf_segoe-ui_normal, &quot;Segoe UI&quot;, &quot;Segoe WP&quot;, Tahoma, Arial, sans-serif, serif, EmojiFont; font-size:medium; font-style:normal; font-variant-ligatures:normal; font-variant-caps:normal; font-weight:400; letter-spacing:normal; orphans:2; text-align:start; text-indent:0px; text-transform:none; white-space:normal; widows:2; word-spacing:0px; -webkit-text-stroke-width:0px; background-color:#ffffff" target="_blank">scolafacilitators@gmail.com</a>).</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"MSC SCOLA","cprereq":"","startdate":"04/04/2019","enddate":"04/06/2019","starttime":"","datecaption":"","timecaption":"","endtime":"23:00","coprefix":"","cofname":"","colname":"","cophone":"","coemail":"","website":"https://scola.tamu.edu/","location":"Memorial Student Center","address1":"275 Joe Routt Bl","address2":"","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"United States","zip":"","building":"MSC / 0454","latlong":"","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=0454","videos":"","kronos":"0","focus":"Leadership|","user":"undergrad|grad|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"stuorg015","itemid":61,"title":"Aggie Society for Anime and Manga Art","description":"Aggie-SAMA is a society for the study, appreciation, and production of Japanese Anime and Manga. 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See the full project online at&nbsp;WeAreTransilient.com.</p> <p>MSC VAC has a special opportunity to bring&nbsp;Transilient&nbsp;to Texas A&amp;M to interview and photograph Texas A&amp;M students, faculty, and staff who identify as trans or gender non-binary. Their photos and interviews will then be displayed in the James R. Reynolds Gallery in an exhibition called&nbsp;Transilient at Texas A&amp;M,&nbsp;from April 24 thru June 8, 2019.&nbsp;</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Competitions|Exhibit/Performance|","image":"","owner":"MSC Visual Arts Committee","department":"MSC Visual Arts Committee","addinfo":"<p><strong>Location</strong><br /> The James R. Reynolds Student Art Gallery is located in the Memorial Student Center, across the street from Kyle Field. Within the MSC, the gallery is located on the 2nd floor across from the Student Programs Office.</p> <p><strong>Hours</strong><br /> Tuesday &ndash; Friday: 9 a.m. &ndash; 8 p.m.&nbsp;<br /> Saturday &ndash; Sunday: 12 p.m. &ndash; 6 p.m.</p> <p>The gallery is closed on Mondays and in observance of Texas A&amp;M University Holidays.</p> <p><strong>Parking</strong><br /> Public parking is located in the University Center Parking Garage, which is adjacent to the John J. Koldus Student Services Building. Hourly parking rates may vary depending on campus activities. For accurate campus visitor parking information visit the&nbsp;TAMU Transportation Services&nbsp;website.</p> <p>FREE Parking (up to 2 hours) is available on Thursdays after 5 PM. Ask at the Front Desk in the Forsyth Gallery for details.</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"MSC Visual Arts Committee","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/24-6/8/19: T-F - 9 AM-8 PM  S-S: 12–6 PM","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"","colname":"","cophone":"","coemail":"visualartscommittee@gmail.com","website":"vac.tamu.edu","location":"James R. 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She will talk about how science fiction can be used to illustrate robotics concepts and tell a few stories from her latest book Robotics Through Science Fiction: Artificial Intelligence Explained Through Six Classic Stories (MIT Press) which will be available for sale for those interested in learning more.</p> <p>Our second guest speaker Dr. Francis Quek is the founding director of the Texas A&amp;M Institute for Technology-Infused Learning (TITIL) and Professor of Visualization, Computer Science and Engineering and Psychology. He will share with us his latest research project using a telepresence robot in support of distance learning for instruction that require significant hands-on knowledge.</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Career Exploration and Networking|Classes|Exhibit/Performance|Training/Workshop|","image":"","owner":"Software Developers Cartel","department":"","addinfo":"<p>Presentations begin at 6:30 PM.</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"offcampus","course":"Software Developers Cartel","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/16/19: 6-8 PM","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"Jose","colname":"Quintana","cophone":"","coemail":"jose@adventgx.com","website":"http://softwaredeveloperscartel.com/events/april-meet-up-2/","location":"Grand Stafford Theater","address1":"106 Main Street","address2":"","city":"Bryan","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"","latlong":"30.673398, -96.373713","locationmap":"https://goo.gl/maps/NTZyD2wEBd72","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#616","kronos":"200","focus":"Creativity|Entrepreneurship|Leadership|","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"event195","itemid":617,"title":"Cyberwork and the American Dream","description":"<p>Please join us for the Texas film premiere and panel discussion of CyberWork and the American Dream hosted by the Bush School of Government and Public Service, the Texas A&amp;M College of Liberal Arts, the Department of History, and the Melbern G. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research.</p> <p>CyberWork and the American Dream will air on public broadcasting stations nationwide this spring. The film discusses the future of work in the age of artificial intelligence. It features a diverse cast of experts and notable voices, including entrepreneur Mark Cuban; Andrew McAfee, Co-director of the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy; chess champion Garry Kasparov; columnist Thomas Friedman; historian Niall Ferguson; and more than a dozen scholars and inventors.&nbsp;</p> <p>CyberWork and the American Dream is a production of Shell Studios in association with PBS SoCal, distributed by the National Educational Telecommunications Association (NETA). Microsoft is the official corporate sponsor of CyberWork and the American Dream. Major funding is provided by the Hoover Institution, the Hewlett Foundation, and Texas A&amp;M University.<br /> <br /> The film was written, produced, and narrated by Elizabeth Cobbs, the Melbern G. Glasscock Chair in American History at Texas A&amp;M University. It was directed and produced by James Shelley and edited by Kevin King. The original score was provided by Chad Cannon.&nbsp;</p> <p>The film has won several awards, including the 2018 Humanitarian Award for Outstanding Achievement at IndieFEST, Critical Selection at the 2019 Irvine International Film Festival, the DaVinci Vitruvian Award, a 2018 Platinum LA Shorts Award, and the 2018 Best Documentary Feature at the Los Angeles Film Awards.&nbsp;</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Exhibit/Performance|","image":"","owner":"Bush School of Government and Public Service, College of Liberal Arts, and Melbern G. 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Attending additional presentations gets you additional entries into the drawing.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Conference|Exhibit/Performance|Organization/Offices|Symposium|Training/Workshop|","image":"","owner":"Office of Sustainability","department":"","addinfo":"<p><em>50 MB Points per session.</em><br /> <br /> The schedule of presentations follows:<br /> 4/15: 2:00 &ndash; 3:25 PM (Rudder 504)<br /> 2:00 PM &ndash; The Hidden Disparities of Climate Change<br /> 2:30 PM &ndash; Cartoonists: &ldquo;We Speak for the Trees&rdquo;<br /> 3 PM &ndash; Changing Disease Vectors</p> <p>4/17: 2:00 &ndash; 3:55 PM (Rudder 504)&nbsp;<br /> 2:00 PM &ndash; Coffee Crisis<br /> 2:30 PM &ndash; Melting Snow and Rising Seas<br /> 3 PM &ndash; Is Climate Change a Hoax?<br /> 3:30 PM &ndash; Perception of Climate Change<br /> <br /> To view a schedule with detailed descriptions of each presentation visit: sustainability.tamu.edu/Data/Sites/1/Attachments/how-will-climate-change-your-life-detailed-schedule.docx</p> <p>Office of Sustainability Interns<br /> Texas A&amp;M University<br /> Instagram/Facebook/Twitter: SustainableTAMU<br /> sustainability@tamu.edu<br /> &nbsp;</p> <p><strong>MAROONBASE STUDENT APP POINTS DETAILS - Must attend all events to get the full 350 points. Can attend each event individually for 50 points each.</strong></p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"Office of Sustainability","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/15/19: 2-3:30 PM to 4/17/19 2-4 PM","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"Ben","colname":"Kalscheur","cophone":"9798451911","coemail":"sustainability@tamu.edu","website":"","location":"Rudder Tower - Room 504","address1":"401 Joe Routt Bl","address2":"","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"RDER / 0446","latlong":"30.612858, -96.340242","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=0446","videos":"","kronos":"350","focus":"Innovation|","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"event197","itemid":619,"title":"Sustainability Talks - Melting Snow and Rising Seas","description":"<p><strong>Melting Snow and Rising Seas (2:30 &ndash; 2:55 PM)</strong><br /> Kendahl Hejl, Freshman Geographic Information Science and Technology Major, Class of 2022<br /> <br /> This semester, Office of Sustainability Interns were asked to answer a big question&hellip;How Will Climate Change Your Life?<br /> <br /> Over seven 20-minute presentations, interns will offer their unique perspectives on the grandest challenge of our times, the impacts of Climate Change on our lives.<br /> <br /> As an added incentive, all attendees will receive a sustainability branded water bottle at the end of each presentation. If you attend two or more presentations, you can enter into a drawing to win a Final Straw, a Yeti tumbler, or Office of Sustainability swag! Attending additional presentations gets you additional entries into the drawing.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Conference|Exhibit/Performance|Symposium|Mentorship Opportunity|Training/Workshop|","image":"","owner":"Office of Sustainability","department":"","addinfo":"<p><strong>Melting Snow and Rising Seas (2:30 &ndash; 2:55 PM)</strong></p> <p>Normally romanticized as pristine and untouched environments, we don&rsquo;t consider our favorite vacation destinations as vulnerable to climate change. As tourism drives the majority of economic success in these areas, they have the most to lose to the consequences of climate change. Global warming, rising sea levels, and loss of biodiversity will have serious repercussions on the conditions of ski resorts and beach houses alike. This discussion will delve into the implications of climate change on regions of higher latitudes and coasts, focusing on places such as Colorado, New Mexico, Miami, and Cancun.&nbsp;</p> <p>Kendahl Hejl, Freshman Geographic Information Science and Technology Major, Class of 2022</p> <p>The schedule of presentations follows:</p> <p>4/15: 2:00 &ndash; 3:25 PM (Rudder 504)<br /> 2:00 PM &ndash; The Hidden Disparities of Climate Change<br /> 2:30 PM &ndash; Cartoonists: &ldquo;We Speak for the Trees&rdquo;<br /> 3 PM &ndash; Changing Disease Vectors</p> <p>4/17: 2:00 &ndash; 3:55 PM (Rudder 504)&nbsp;<br /> 2:00 PM &ndash; Coffee Crisis<br /> 2:30 PM &ndash; Melting Snow and Rising Seas<br /> 3 PM &ndash; Is Climate Change a Hoax?<br /> 3:30 PM &ndash; Perception of Climate Change<br /> <br /> To view a schedule with detailed descriptions of each presentation visit: sustainability.tamu.edu/Data/Sites/1/Attachments/how-will-climate-change-your-life-detailed-schedule.docx</p> <p>Office of Sustainability Interns<br /> Texas A&amp;M University<br /> Instagram/Facebook/Twitter: SustainableTAMU<br /> sustainability@tamu.edu</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"Office of Sustainability","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/17/2019 2:30-3 PM","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"Ben","colname":"Kalscheur","cophone":"9798451911","coemail":"benkalscheur@tamu.edu","website":"https://reslife.tamu.edu/event/sustainability-talks-2/","location":"Rudder Tower - Room 504","address1":"401 Joe Routt Bl","address2":"","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"United States","zip":"","building":"RDER / 0446","latlong":"30.612858, -96.340242","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=0446","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#619","kronos":"50","focus":"Innovation|","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"stuorg016","itemid":62,"title":"Aggie West Coast Swing Dance Club","description":"To promote west coast swing dancing both at Texas A&M University and in the Bryan/College Station area.","category":"studentorganizations","subcat":"Organizations","image":"","owner":"Texas A&M University","department":"","addinfo":"Open","accessinfo":"","onsite":"offcampus","course":"","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"Kaley","colname":"Crump","cophone":"2812221063","coemail":"aggiewesties@gmail.org","website":"http://www.aggiewesties.org/","location":"Aerofit on West Villa Maria","address1":"","address2":"","city":"","state":"","country":"","zip":"","building":"","latlong":"","locationmap":"","videos":"","kronos":"0","focus":"Creativity","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff"},{"id":"event198","itemid":620,"title":"Sustainability Talks - The Hidden Disparities of Climate Change","description":"<p><strong>The Hidden Disparities of Climate Change (2 PM &ndash; 2:25 PM)</strong><br /> Kristen Koppel, Geology Major, Class of 2020&nbsp;<br /> <br /> This semester, Office of Sustainability Interns were asked to answer a big question&hellip;How Will Climate Change Your Life?<br /> <br /> Over seven 20-minute presentations, interns will offer their unique perspectives on the grandest challenge of our times, the impacts of Climate Change on our lives.<br /> <br /> As an added incentive, all attendees will receive a sustainability branded water bottle at the end of each presentation. If you attend two or more presentations, you can enter into a drawing to win a Final Straw, a Yeti tumbler, or Office of Sustainability swag! Attending additional presentations gets you additional entries into the drawing.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Conference|Exhibit/Performance|Symposium|Mentorship Opportunity|Training/Workshop|","image":"","owner":"Office of Sustainability","department":"","addinfo":"<p><strong>The Hidden Disparities of Climate Change (2 PM &ndash; 2:25 PM)</strong><br /> Kristen Koppel, Geology Major, Class of 2020&nbsp;<br /> &nbsp;</p> <p>The full schedule of presentations follows:</p> <p>4/15: 2:00 &ndash; 3:25 PM (Rudder 504)<br /> 2:00 PM &ndash; The Hidden Disparities of Climate Change<br /> 2:30 PM &ndash; Cartoonists: &ldquo;We Speak for the Trees&rdquo;<br /> 3 PM &ndash; Changing Disease Vectors</p> <p>4/17: 2:00 &ndash; 3:55 PM (Rudder 504)&nbsp;<br /> 2:00 PM &ndash; Coffee Crisis<br /> 2:30 PM &ndash; Melting Snow and Rising Seas<br /> 3 PM &ndash; Is Climate Change a Hoax?<br /> 3:30 PM &ndash; Perception of Climate Change<br /> <br /> To view a schedule with detailed descriptions of each presentation visit: sustainability.tamu.edu/Data/Sites/1/Attachments/how-will-climate-change-your-life-detailed-schedule.docx</p> <p>Office of Sustainability Interns<br /> Texas A&amp;M University<br /> Instagram/Facebook/Twitter: SustainableTAMU<br /> sustainability@tamu.edu</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"Office of Sustainability","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/15/2019 2-2:30 PM","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"Ben","colname":"Kalscheur","cophone":"9798451911","coemail":"benkalscheur@tamu.edu","website":"https://reslife.tamu.edu/event/sustainability-talks/?instance_id=1198","location":"Rudder Tower - Room 504","address1":"401 Joe Routt Bl","address2":"","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"United States","zip":"","building":"RDER / 0446","latlong":"30.612858, -96.340242","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=0446","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#620","kronos":"50","focus":"Innovation|","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"event199","itemid":621,"title":"Sustainability Talks - Is Climate Change a Hoax?","description":"<p><strong>Is Climate Change a Hoax? (3 &ndash; 3:25 PM)</strong><br /> Patricia Rodriguez, Senior Environmental Geoscience Major, Minors in Geography &amp; Sustainable Architecture and Planning, Class of 2019</p> <p>This semester, Office of Sustainability Interns were asked to answer a big question&hellip;How Will Climate Change Your Life?</p> <p>Over seven 20-minute presentations, interns will offer their unique perspectives on the grandest challenge of our times, the impacts of Climate Change on our lives.</p> <p>As an added incentive, all attendees will receive a sustainability branded water bottle at the end of each presentation. If you attend two or more presentations, you can enter into a drawing to win a Final Straw, a Yeti tumbler, or Office of Sustainability swag! Attending additional presentations gets you additional entries into the drawing.</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Conference|Exhibit/Performance|Reception|Symposium|Training/Workshop|","image":"","owner":"Office of Sustainability","department":"","addinfo":"<p><strong>Is Climate Change a Hoax? (3 &ndash; 3:25 PM)</strong><br /> This lecture will discuss how the anti-climate change movement began and the impact it has had on society. Understanding how the energy industry, political affiliations, and perceptions on climate change are interconnected is vital to having a productive conversation about the environment. It will also be looking at the spread of pseudoscience across various platforms and who is influencing decisions that impact public opinion.&nbsp;</p> <p>Patricia Rodriguez, Senior Environmental Geoscience Major, Minors in Geography &amp; Sustainable Architecture and Planning, Class of 2019<br /> &nbsp;</p> <p>The full schedule of presentations follows:</p> <p>4/15: 2:00 &ndash; 3:25 PM (Rudder 504)<br /> 2:00 PM &ndash; The Hidden Disparities of Climate Change<br /> 2:30 PM &ndash; Cartoonists: &ldquo;We Speak for the Trees&rdquo;<br /> 3 PM &ndash; Changing Disease Vectors</p> <p>4/17: 2:00 &ndash; 3:55 PM (Rudder 504)&nbsp;<br /> 2:00 PM &ndash; Coffee Crisis<br /> 2:30 PM &ndash; Melting Snow and Rising Seas<br /> 3 PM &ndash; Is Climate Change a Hoax?<br /> 3:30 PM &ndash; Perception of Climate Change<br /> <br /> To view a schedule with detailed descriptions of each presentation visit: sustainability.tamu.edu/Data/Sites/1/Attachments/how-will-climate-change-your-life-detailed-schedule.docx</p> <p>Office of Sustainability Interns<br /> Texas A&amp;M University<br /> Instagram/Facebook/Twitter: SustainableTAMU<br /> sustainability@tamu.edu</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"Office of Sustainability","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/17/2019 3-3:30 PM","timecaption":"","endtime":"15:00","coprefix":"","cofname":"Ben","colname":"Kalscheur","cophone":"9798451911","coemail":"benkalscheur@tamu.edu","website":"https://reslife.tamu.edu/event/sustainability-talks/?instance_id=1198","location":"Rudder Tower - Room 504","address1":"401 Joe Routt Bl","address2":"","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"RDER / 0446","latlong":"30.612858, -96.340242","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=0446","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#621","kronos":"50","focus":"Innovation|","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"event200","itemid":622,"title":"Sustainability Talks - Cartoonists: We Speak for the Trees","description":"<p><strong>Cartoonists: &ldquo;We Speak for the Trees&rdquo; (2:30 &ndash; 2:55 PM)</strong><br /> Christine Nguyen, Senior, Sociology Major, Minor in Psychology, Class of 2019</p> <p>This semester, Office of Sustainability Interns were asked to answer a big question&hellip;How Will Climate Change Your Life?</p> <p>Over seven 20-minute presentations, interns will offer their unique perspectives on the grandest challenge of our times, the impacts of Climate Change on our lives.</p> <p>As an added incentive, all attendees will receive a sustainability branded water bottle at the end of each presentation. 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Lastly, adults and senior citizens often reflect on their childlike wonders through satirical yet thoughtful comic strips and/or stills that highlight the severity of issues surrounding climate change. This presentation will reveal the importance of these thought-provoking cartoons in shaping the public&rsquo;s curious and optimistic view on climate change and its continuous criticizations of those who deny the problem&rsquo;s existence. Through these accessible media formats, individuals are continuously exposed to the problems brought upon by climate change beginning from childhood through the rest of their lifetimes.</p> <p>Christine Nguyen, Senior, Sociology Major, Minor in Psychology, Class of 2019<br /> &nbsp;</p> <p>The full schedule of presentations follows:</p> <p>4/15: 2:00 &ndash; 3:25 PM (Rudder 504)<br /> 2:00 PM &ndash; The Hidden Disparities of Climate Change<br /> 2:30 PM &ndash; Cartoonists: &ldquo;We Speak for the Trees&rdquo;<br /> 3 PM &ndash; Changing Disease Vectors</p> <p>4/17: 2:00 &ndash; 3:55 PM (Rudder 504)&nbsp;<br /> 2:00 PM &ndash; Coffee Crisis<br /> 2:30 PM &ndash; Melting Snow and Rising Seas<br /> 3 PM &ndash; Is Climate Change a Hoax?<br /> 3:30 PM &ndash; Perception of Climate Change<br /> <br /> To view a schedule with detailed descriptions of each presentation visit: sustainability.tamu.edu/Data/Sites/1/Attachments/how-will-climate-change-your-life-detailed-schedule.docx</p> <p>Office of Sustainability Interns<br /> Texas A&amp;M University<br /> Instagram/Facebook/Twitter: SustainableTAMU</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"Office of Sustainability","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/15/2019 2:30-3 PM","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"Ben","colname":"Kalscheur","cophone":"9798451911","coemail":"benkalscheur@tamu.edu","website":"https://reslife.tamu.edu/event/sustainability-talks/?instance_id=1198","location":"Rudder Tower - Room 504","address1":"401 Joe Routt Bl","address2":"","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"RDER / 0446","latlong":"30.612858, -96.340242","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=0446","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#622","kronos":"50","focus":"Innovation|","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"event201","itemid":623,"title":"Sustainability Talks - Changing Disease Vectors","description":"<p><strong>Changing Disease Vectors (3 &ndash; 3:25 PM)</strong></p> <p>As our climate continues to change, so does the distribution of vector-borne diseases on our planet. This presentation will look at how climate change poses a threat, not only to the environment, but to public health as well. Various factors that contribute to this phenomenon, as well as the public health implications with diseases such as malaria, dengue fever and the zika virus will be discussed.</p> <p>Victoria Cruz, Sophomore Bioenvironmental Science Major, Public Health Minor, Class of 2021</p> <p>This semester, Office of Sustainability Interns were asked to answer a big question&hellip;How Will Climate Change Your Life?<br /> <br /> Over seven 20-minute presentations, interns will offer their unique perspectives on the grandest challenge of our times, the impacts of Climate Change on our lives.<br /> <br /> As an added incentive, all attendees will receive a sustainability branded water bottle at the end of each presentation. If you attend two or more presentations, you can enter into a drawing to win a Final Straw, a Yeti tumbler, or Office of Sustainability swag! Attending additional presentations gets you additional entries into the drawing</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Conference|Exhibit/Performance|Symposium|Volunteer Opportunity|Training/Workshop|","image":"","owner":"Office of Sustainability","department":"","addinfo":"<p><strong>Changing Disease Vectors (3 &ndash; 3:25 PM)</strong></p> <p>As our climate continues to change, so does the distribution of vector-borne diseases on our planet. This presentation will look at how climate change poses a threat, not only to the environment, but to public health as well. Various factors that contribute to this phenomenon, as well as the public health implications with diseases such as malaria, dengue fever and the zika virus will be discussed.</p> <p>Victoria Cruz, Sophomore Bioenvironmental Science Major, Public Health Minor, Class of 2021</p> <p>The full schedule of presentations follows:</p> <p>4/15: 2:00 &ndash; 3:25 PM (Rudder 504)<br /> 2:00 PM &ndash; The Hidden Disparities of Climate Change<br /> 2:30 PM &ndash; Cartoonists: &ldquo;We Speak for the Trees&rdquo;<br /> 3 PM &ndash; Changing Disease Vectors</p> <p>4/17: 2:00 &ndash; 3:55 PM (Rudder 504)&nbsp;<br /> 2:00 PM &ndash; Coffee Crisis<br /> 2:30 PM &ndash; Melting Snow and Rising Seas<br /> 3 PM &ndash; Is Climate Change a Hoax?<br /> 3:30 PM &ndash; Perception of Climate Change<br /> <br /> To view a schedule with detailed descriptions of each presentation visit: sustainability.tamu.edu/Data/Sites/1/Attachments/how-will-climate-change-your-life-detailed-schedule.docx</p> <p>Office of Sustainability Interns<br /> Texas A&amp;M University<br /> Instagram/Facebook/Twitter: SustainableTAMU<br /> sustainability@tamu.edu</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"Office of Sustainability","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/15/2019 3-3:30 PM","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"Ben","colname":"Kalscheur","cophone":"9798451911","coemail":"benkalscheur@tamu.edu","website":"https://reslife.tamu.edu/event/sustainability-talks/?instance_id=1198","location":"Rudder Tower - Room 504","address1":"401 Joe Routt Bl","address2":"","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"RDER / 0446","latlong":"30.612858, -96.340242","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=0446","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#623","kronos":"50","focus":"Innovation|","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"event202","itemid":624,"title":"Sustainability Talks - Coffee Crisis","description":"<p><strong>Coffee Crisis (2:00 &ndash; 2:30 PM)</strong><br /> Linda Hesles Quintero, Senior Environmental Studies Major, Minor in Geography, Class of 2019</p> <p>This semester, Office of Sustainability Interns were asked to answer a big question&hellip;How Will Climate Change Your Life?</p> <p>Over seven 20-minute presentations, interns will offer their unique perspectives on the grandest challenge of our times, the impacts of Climate Change on our lives.</p> <p>As an added incentive, all attendees will receive a sustainability branded water bottle at the end of each presentation. If you attend two or more presentations, you can enter into a drawing to win a Final Straw, a Yeti tumbler, or Office of Sustainability swag! Attending additional presentations gets you additional entries into the drawing.</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Conference|Exhibit/Performance|Symposium|Training/Workshop|","image":"","owner":"Office of Sustainability","department":"Alice","addinfo":"<p><strong>Coffee Crisis (2:00 &ndash; 2:30 PM)</strong></p> <p>Climate change may seem like an abstract concept, but it has many implications on daily life. Agriculture is a multi-billion dollar industry that will be heavily impacted by increased droughts, excessive rainfall, and poor soil conditions. The primary focus of this presentation will cover the contribution of climate change to the disruption of coffee productivity. Come learn about threats to coffee production and what can be done to mitigate these impacts. Who doesn&rsquo;t love coffee?</p> <p>Linda Hesles Quintero, Senior Environmental Studies Major, Minor in Geography, Class of 2019<br /> &nbsp;</p> <p><br /> The full schedule of presentations follows:</p> <p>4/15: 2:00 &ndash; 3:25 PM (Rudder 504)<br /> 2:00 PM &ndash; The Hidden Disparities of Climate Change<br /> 2:30 PM &ndash; Cartoonists: &ldquo;We Speak for the Trees&rdquo;<br /> 3 PM &ndash; Changing Disease Vectors</p> <p>4/17: 2:00 &ndash; 3:55 PM (Rudder 504)&nbsp;<br /> 2:00 PM &ndash; Coffee Crisis<br /> 2:30 PM &ndash; Melting Snow and Rising Seas<br /> 3 PM &ndash; Is Climate Change a Hoax?<br /> 3:30 PM &ndash; Perception of Climate Change</p> <p>To view a schedule with detailed descriptions of each presentation visit: sustainability.tamu.edu/Data/Sites/1/Attachments/how-will-climate-change-your-life-detailed-schedule.docx</p> <p>Office of Sustainability Interns<br /> Texas A&amp;M University<br /> Instagram/Facebook/Twitter: SustainableTAMU<br /> sustainability@tamu.edu</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"Office of Sustainability","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/17/2019 2-2:30 PM","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"Ben","colname":"Kalscheur","cophone":"9798451911","coemail":"benkalscheur@tamu.edu","website":"https://reslife.tamu.edu/event/sustainability-talks-2/","location":"Rudder Tower - Room 504","address1":"401 Joe Routt Bl","address2":"","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"RDER / 0446","latlong":"30.612858, -96.340242","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=0446","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#624","kronos":"50","focus":"Innovation|","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"event203","itemid":625,"title":"Sustainability Talks - Perception of Climate Change","description":"<p><strong>Perception of Climate Change (3:30 &ndash; 3:55 PM)</strong><br /> Erica Pauls, Political Science Major, Economics Minor, Class of 2021<br /> &nbsp;</p> <p>This semester, Office of Sustainability Interns were asked to answer a big question&hellip;How Will Climate Change Your Life?</p> <p>Over seven 20-minute presentations, interns will offer their unique perspectives on the grandest challenge of our times, the impacts of Climate Change on our lives.</p> <p>As an added incentive, all attendees will receive a sustainability branded water bottle at the end of each presentation. If you attend two or more presentations, you can enter into a drawing to win a Final Straw, a Yeti tumbler, or Office of Sustainability swag! Attending additional presentations gets you additional entries into the drawing.</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Conference|Exhibit/Performance|Symposium|Training/Workshop|","image":"","owner":"Office of Sustainability","department":"College Station","addinfo":"<p><strong>Perception of Climate Change (3:30 &ndash; 3:55 PM)</strong><br /> Today, climate change is largely a political issue. The number one predictor of whether we agree that climate is changing, humans are responsible, and that the impacts are increasingly serious and even dangerous, has nothing to do with how much someone knows about science or even how smart one is, but simply where we fall on the political spectrum. How can we change this? How do you talk to someone who doesn&#39;t believe in climate change? We can&rsquo;t do this by reiterating the same data and facts that have been discussed for years. We have to have a real discussion that will prompt people to realize they already care about the climate.&nbsp;</p> <p>Erica Pauls, Political Science Major, Economics Minor, Class of 2021<br /> &nbsp;</p> <p>The schedule of presentations follows:</p> <p>4/15: 2:00 &ndash; 3:25 PM (Rudder 504)<br /> 2:00 PM &ndash; The Hidden Disparities of Climate Change<br /> 2:30 PM &ndash; Cartoonists: &ldquo;We Speak for the Trees&rdquo;<br /> 3 PM &ndash; Changing Disease Vectors</p> <p>4/17: 2:00 &ndash; 3:55 PM (Rudder 504)&nbsp;<br /> 2:00 PM &ndash; Coffee Crisis<br /> 2:30 PM &ndash; Melting Snow and Rising Seas<br /> 3 PM &ndash; Is Climate Change a Hoax?<br /> 3:30 PM &ndash; Perception of Climate Change</p> <p>To view a schedule with detailed descriptions of each presentation visit: sustainability.tamu.edu/Data/Sites/1/Attachments/how-will-climate-change-your-life-detailed-schedule.docx</p> <p>Office of Sustainability Interns<br /> Texas A&amp;M University<br /> Instagram/Facebook/Twitter: SustainableTAMU<br /> sustainability@tamu.edu</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"Office of Sustainability","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/17/2019 3:30-4 PM","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"Ben","colname":"Kalscheur","cophone":"9798451911","coemail":"benkalscheur@tamu.edu","website":"https://reslife.tamu.edu/event/sustainability-talks-2/","location":"Rudder Tower - Room 504","address1":"401 Joe Routt Bl","address2":"","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"RDER / 0446","latlong":"30.612858, -96.340242","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=0446","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#625","kronos":"50","focus":"Innovation|","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"event204","itemid":626,"title":"Beirut Rules: The Murder of a CIA Station Chief and Hezbollah's War Against America","description":"<p>Author Fred Burton joins the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum for a discussion about his book, &quot;Beirut Rules: The Murder of a CIA Station Chief and Hezbollah&#39;s War Against America.&quot; The book tells about the unjust kidnapping and murder of CIA Station Chief William Buckley and the beginning of the ongoing battle between the CIA and Islamic radicalism. President Bush himself reviewed the book when it was first released saying, &quot;It will show a new generation the value of a life well lived in service of country.&quot;</p> <p>&quot;Beirut Rules&quot; is the pulse-by-pulse account of Buckley&#39;s abduction, torture, and murder at the hands of Hezbollah terrorist. Drawing on never-before-seen US government documents, as well as interviews with Buckley&#39;s former coworkers, friends and family, Fred Burton and co-author Samuel M. Katz reveal how the pursuit to find Buckley in the wake of his kidnapping ignited a war against terror that continues to shape the Middle East to this day.</p> <p>Fred Burton is Vice President of Intelligence and Counterterrorism at Stratfor, a leading geopolitical intelligence firm, and one of the world&#39;s foremost experts on security, terrorists, and terrorist organizations. He is a former State Department counterterrorism deputy chief and DSS agent. He is the author of &quot;Ghost: Confessions of a Counterterrorism Agent&quot; and &quot;Chasing Shadows: A Special Agent&#39;s Lifelong Hunt to Bring a Cold War Assassin to Justice,&quot; and coauthor with Samuel M. Katz of the New York Times bestseller &quot;Under Fire: The Untold Story of the Attack in Benghazi.&quot;</p> <p>This event is being held in conjunction with the new exhibit, &quot;Spies, Traitors, Saboteurs: Fear and Freedom in America&quot; which is on display now through May 20. The exhibit provides unprecedented perspective into terror on American soil. The exhibition uncovers the forgotten stories of domestic terrorists and foreign agents, militant radicals and saboteurs, who have threatened America&#39;s sense of security over the past 200 years. It also explores the questions: How do we identify who the enemy is? 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Brandes, an American businessman, investor, and philanthropist.<br /> <br /> He is one of the more closely followed value investors working today, and he is a disciple of the Benjamin Graham school of value investing. He recently retired from Brandes Investment Partners, which he founded in 1974 in San Diego, CA. At its peak, the company had over $111 billion under its management.&nbsp;</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Conference|Organization/Offices|Symposium|Training/Workshop|","image":"","owner":"Mays School of Business","department":"Mays Innovation Research Center","addinfo":"","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"Mays School of Business","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/18/2019 10:45 AM-12:45 PM","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"Judith","colname":"Moreno","cophone":"9798478901","coemail":"jmoreno@tamu.edu","website":"http://mirc.tamu.edu","location":"Wehner Building - 190","address1":"210 Olsen Bl","address2":"","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"WCBA / 1510","latlong":"30.61071, -96.35089","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=1510","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#627","kronos":"200","focus":"Entrepreneurship|Innovation|Leadership|","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"stuorg017","itemid":63,"title":"Aggie Wranglers","description":"Started in 1984, Wranglers has grown to be one of A&Ms most recognized student organizations and newest traditions. The Aggie Wranglers is a student-run, Country and Western exhibition dance group comprised solely of students of Texas A&M University. We travel all across Texas, the United States, and the world performing choreographed high-speed polka routines and our internationally famous Aggie-style jitterbug.","category":"studentorganizations","subcat":"Organizations","image":"","owner":"Texas A&M University","department":"","addinfo":"Audition","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"Kyle","colname":"Chism","cophone":"9729519329","coemail":"wrangler@wranglers.tamu.edu","website":"https://aggiewranglers.tamu.edu/","location":"MSC","address1":"","address2":"","city":"","state":"","country":"","zip":"","building":"","latlong":"","locationmap":"","videos":"","kronos":"0","focus":"Creativity","user":"undergrad|grad"},{"id":"event208","itemid":630,"title":"SEAD Gallery - Landscapes of the Soul Opening Reception","description":"<p><span style="font-size:11pt"><span style="font-family:Calibri,sans-serif"><span style="font-size:10.0pt"><span style="font-family:&quot;Arial&quot;,sans-serif"><span style="color:black">&quot;Landscapes of the Soul&quot; opening reception for exhibit featuring the work of Lauren Dickinson, Charles Wallis, and Ron Clark.<br /> <br /> The exhibit will be on display through May 15, 2019.&nbsp;During the reception, wine and hors-d&rsquo;oeuvres will be provided, as well as an opportunity to meet and converse with the artists themselves.</span></span></span></span></span><br /> <br /> <span style="font-size:11pt"><span style="font-family:Calibri,sans-serif"><span style="font-size:10.0pt"><span style="font-family:&quot;Arial&quot;,sans-serif"><span style="color:black">Descriptions below from Maroon Weekly:&nbsp;</span></span></span></span></span><a href="http://maroonweekly.com/landscapes-of-the-soul-at-sead-gallery/">http://maroonweekly.com/landscapes-of-the-soul-at-sead-gallery/</a><br /> <br /> <span style="font-size:11pt"><span style="font-family:Calibri,sans-serif"><span style="font-size:10.0pt"><span style="font-family:&quot;Arial&quot;,sans-serif"><span style="color:black"><strong>Charles Wallis</strong><br /> https://www.charleswallis.com/shop-art</span></span></span></span></span><br /> <span style="font-size:11pt"><span style="font-family:Calibri,sans-serif"><span style="font-size:10.0pt"><span style="font-family:&quot;Arial&quot;,sans-serif"><span style="color:black">Charles Wallis is a graduate from Baylor University. After graduating from his college&rsquo;s fine arts program, he opened a graphic design studio and began his career as an artist. He believes that his art is an expression of his own spirit and the spirit of those he connects with. He states, &ldquo;I seek to create a memory, a wish, a fantasy or moment of joy or peace in the soul of the viewer.&rdquo; He loves the abstract, and picks color combinations and images that attract and make an impression on him. However, he also has pieces that he makes just for fun, which present something unusual and thought provoking. Overall, Wallis believes that the essence of art is to have pleasure in giving pleasure to others.<br /> <br /> <strong>Lauren Dickinson</strong><br /> https://soulscapeart.com</span></span></span></span></span><br /> <span style="font-size:11pt"><span style="font-family:Calibri,sans-serif"><span style="font-size:10.0pt"><span style="font-family:&quot;Arial&quot;,sans-serif"><span style="color:black">Lauren Dickinson is a Dallas based artist who graduated from the Fairhaven College Art Program at Western Washington University in Bellingham, but her creativity did not begin to flourish until later. She notes, &ldquo;Although I tried to pick up the brush again over the years, my wellspring of creativity remained elusive until the beautifully expressive world of abstract art opened itself to me in the summer of 2016.&rdquo; Since then, Dickinson&rsquo;s work has been featured in multiple art shows around Dallas, including national and international shows. Dickinson&rsquo;s love for the abstract comes from the fact that it is a reflection of every triumph and struggle of its creator. Dickinson&rsquo;s art is a tap into her creativity and inspiration, which flows through her spirit onto canvas, creating beautiful and personal pieces.<br /> <br /> <strong>Ron Clark</strong><br /> http://ronclarkstudio.com</span></span></span></span></span><br /> <span style="font-size:11pt"><span style="font-family:Calibri,sans-serif"><span style="font-size:10.0pt"><span style="font-family:&quot;Arial&quot;,sans-serif"><span style="color:black">Ron Clark studied journalism and architecture at the University of Oklahoma before turning to graphic design. After moving to New York and working as in design studios, he returned to Texas, where his skill as a visual artist began to flourish. Since then, his work has been featured in multiple gallery exhibits. Clark believes that art should not exist exclusively in the mind of the artist, but in the mind of the viewer as well, and this connection to the viewer is the most important part of his art. He states, &ldquo;To me, this is precisely the condition and degree of viewer connection where the true power of abstraction in fine art resides and where it most profoundly reveals itself.&rdquo; Clark encourages everyone use their individual experiences to craft their own interpretations of his pieces.</span></span></span></span></span><br /> &nbsp;</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Exhibit/Performance|Projects to Join|Reception|","image":"","owner":"SEAD Gallery","department":"","addinfo":"<p>SEAD Gallery provides a venue to explore collaborations across the disciplines of Science, Engineering, Art and Design. Through exhibits and events, Advent GX seeks to encourage innovation and discover new ways to understand and positively impact our communities and our world.<br /> <br /> The name SEAD is inspired by the work of the Network for Science, Engineering, Art and Design, which facilitates research, dialogue, and communication among those working in these disciplines. To learn more about how innovations emerging from the intersection of the sciences, engineering, arts and design are transforming our economy, culture, and learning contexts, visit the SEAD Network website and subscribe to the blog to stay involved.<br /> <br /> SEAD Gallery is located in the Federal Building in Historic Downtown Bryan, TX. Built in 1915, the Federal Building was once the community post office and and later housed the IRS and FBI. Today the Federal Building is home to the Innovation Underground and SEAD Gallery &ndash; community and economic development projects by Advent GX.<br /> <br /> SEAD Gallery is an example of Advent GX&rsquo;s approach to using innovation and entrepreneurship in support of heritage preservation. By promoting cultural and heritage assets unique to the community and facilitating entrepreneurship, we seek to design replicable solutions that help communities develop vibrant, sustainable economies.</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"offcampus","course":"SEAD Gallery","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/18/2019 6:30 PM-9 PM","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"Alyssa","colname":"Schultz","cophone":"9792160548","coemail":"alyssaschultz@adventgx.com","website":"http://www.seadgallery.com","location":"SEAD Gallery","address1":"216 W. 26th Street","address2":"","city":"Bryan","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"","latlong":"30.674276, -96.374769","locationmap":"https://goo.gl/maps/DsyadHZaqNy","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#630","kronos":"50","focus":"Creativity|","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"event209","itemid":631,"title":"SEAD Gallery - Multi-Artist Exhibit: Winter, Sands, Krajicek","description":"<p>Exhibit featuring the work of Cameron Sands, Dawn Winter, and John Krajicek.<br /> <br /> <strong>More about the artists:</strong><br /> http://www.seadgallery.com/2019/03/cameron-sands-and-his-personal-reflection-on-transformation/<br /> http://www.seadgallery.com/2019/03/exploring-texture-and-layers-with-dawn-winter/<br /> http://www.seadgallery.com/2019/03/explore-the-mystery-of-abstract-with-john-krajicek/<br /> <br /> The gallery is open Tuesday &ndash; Friday 11:00 am &ndash; 5:30 pm and Saturday 1:00 pm &ndash; 5:30 pm.</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Exhibit/Performance|Project Funds|","image":"","owner":"SEAD Gallery","department":"","addinfo":"<p>SEAD Gallery provides a venue to explore collaborations across the disciplines of Science, Engineering, Art and Design. Through exhibits and events, Advent GX seeks to encourage innovation and discover new ways to understand and positively impact our communities and our world.</p> <p>The name SEAD is inspired by the work of the Network for Science, Engineering, Art and Design, which facilitates research, dialogue, and communication among those working in these disciplines. To learn more about how innovations emerging from the intersection of the sciences, engineering, arts and design are transforming our economy, culture, and learning contexts, visit the SEAD Network website and subscribe to the blog to stay involved.</p> <p>SEAD Gallery is located in the Federal Building in Historic Downtown Bryan, TX. Built in 1915, the Federal Building was once the community post office and and later housed the IRS and FBI. Today the Federal Building is home to the Innovation Underground and SEAD Gallery &ndash; community and economic development projects by Advent GX.</p> <p>SEAD Gallery is an example of Advent GX&rsquo;s approach to using innovation and entrepreneurship in support of heritage preservation. By promoting cultural and heritage assets unique to the community and facilitating entrepreneurship, we seek to design replicable solutions that help communities develop vibrant, sustainable economies.</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"offcampus","course":"SEAD Gallery","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/16/19 to 4/17/19: 11 AM-5:30 PM ","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"Alyssa","colname":"Schultz","cophone":"9792160548","coemail":"alyssaschultz@adventgx.com","website":"http://www.seadgallery.com/multi-artist-exhibition-dawn-winter-cameron-sands-john-krajicek/","location":"SEAD Gallery","address1":"216 W. 26th Street","address2":"","city":"Bryan","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"","latlong":"30.674276, -96.374769","locationmap":"https://goo.gl/maps/DsyadHZaqNy","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#630","kronos":"50","focus":"Creativity|","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"event210","itemid":632,"title":"SEAD Gallery - Landscapes of the Soul Exhibit","description":"<p><span style="font-size:12pt"><span style="font-family:&quot;Times New Roman&quot;,serif"><span style="font-size:10.0pt"><span style="font-family:&quot;Arial&quot;,sans-serif"><span style="color:black">&quot;Landscapes of the Soul&quot; is a multi-artist exhibit featuring the work of Lauren Dickinson, Charles Wallis, and Ron Clark.</span></span></span></span></span><br /> <br /> <span style="font-size:11pt"><span style="font-family:Calibri,sans-serif"><span style="font-size:10.0pt"><span style="font-family:&quot;Arial&quot;,sans-serif">The gallery is open Tuesday&nbsp;&ndash; Friday 11:00 am &ndash; 5:30 pm and Saturday 1:00 pm &ndash; 5:30 pm. Drop by to check out our latest exhibition, relax in our comfy chairs, or come chat with us!</span></span></span></span><br /> <br /> <span style="font-size:12pt"><span style="font-family:&quot;Times New Roman&quot;,serif"><span style="font-size:10.0pt"><span style="font-family:&quot;Arial&quot;,sans-serif"><span style="color:black">Descriptions below from Maroon Weekly:&nbsp;</span></span></span><a href="http://maroonweekly.com/landscapes-of-the-soul-at-sead-gallery/" style="color:blue; text-decoration:underline">http://maroonweekly.com/landscapes-of-the-soul-at-sead-gallery/</a><br /> <br /> <strong><span style="font-size:10.0pt"><span style="font-family:&quot;Arial&quot;,sans-serif"><span style="color:black">Charles Wallis</span></span></span></strong><br /> <span style="font-size:10.0pt"><span style="font-family:&quot;Arial&quot;,sans-serif"><span style="color:black">https://www.charleswallis.com/shop-art</span></span></span><br /> <span style="font-size:10.0pt"><span style="font-family:&quot;Arial&quot;,sans-serif"><span style="color:black">Charles Wallis is a graduate from Baylor University. After graduating from his college&rsquo;s fine arts program, he opened a graphic design studio and began his career as an artist. He believes that his art is an expression of his own spirit and the spirit of those he connects with. He states, &ldquo;I seek to create a memory, a wish, a fantasy or moment of joy or peace in the soul of the viewer.&rdquo; He loves the abstract, and picks color combinations and images that attract and make an impression on him. However, he also has pieces that he makes just for fun, which present something unusual and thought provoking. Overall, Wallis believes that the essence of art is to have pleasure in giving pleasure to others.<br /> <br /> <strong><span style="font-family:&quot;Arial&quot;,sans-serif">Lauren Dickinson</span></strong><br /> https://soulscapeart.com</span></span></span><br /> <span style="font-size:10.0pt"><span style="font-family:&quot;Arial&quot;,sans-serif"><span style="color:black">Lauren Dickinson is a Dallas based artist who graduated from the Fairhaven College Art Program at Western Washington University in Bellingham, but her creativity did not begin to flourish until later. She notes, &ldquo;Although I tried to pick up the brush again over the years, my wellspring of creativity remained elusive until the beautifully expressive world of abstract art opened itself to me in the summer of 2016.&rdquo; Since then, Dickinson&rsquo;s work has been featured in multiple art shows around Dallas, including national and international shows. Dickinson&rsquo;s love for the abstract comes from the fact that it is a reflection of every triumph and struggle of its creator. Dickinson&rsquo;s art is a tap into her creativity and inspiration, which flows through her spirit onto canvas, creating beautiful and personal pieces.<br /> <br /> <strong><span style="font-family:&quot;Arial&quot;,sans-serif">Ron Clark</span></strong><br /> http://ronclarkstudio.com</span></span></span><br /> <span style="font-size:10.0pt"><span style="font-family:&quot;Arial&quot;,sans-serif"><span style="color:black">Ron Clark studied journalism and architecture at the University of Oklahoma before turning to graphic design. After moving to New York and working as in design studios, he returned to Texas, where his skill as a visual artist began to flourish. Since then, his work has been featured in multiple gallery exhibits. Clark believes that art should not exist exclusively in the mind of the artist, but in the mind of the viewer as well, and this connection to the viewer is the most important part of his art. He states, &ldquo;To me, this is precisely the condition and degree of viewer connection where the true power of abstraction in fine art resides and where it most profoundly reveals itself.&rdquo; Clark encourages everyone use their individual experiences to craft their own interpretations of his pieces.</span></span></span></span></span></p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Exhibit/Performance|Fair/Festival|","image":"","owner":"SEAD Gallery","department":"","addinfo":"<p><span style="font-size:12pt"><span style="font-family:&quot;Times New Roman&quot;,serif">SEAD Gallery provides a venue to explore collaborations across the disciplines of Science, Engineering, Art and Design. Through exhibits and events, Advent GX seeks to encourage innovation and discover new ways to understand and positively impact our communities and our world.<br /> <br /> The name SEAD is inspired by the work of the Network for Science, Engineering, Art and Design, which facilitates research, dialogue, and communication among those working in these disciplines. To learn more about how innovations emerging from the intersection of the sciences, engineering, arts and design are transforming our economy, culture, and learning contexts, visit the SEAD Network website and subscribe to the blog to stay involved.<br /> <br /> SEAD Gallery is located in the Federal Building in Historic Downtown Bryan, TX. Built in 1915, the Federal Building was once the community post office and and later housed the IRS and FBI. Today the Federal Building is home to the Innovation Underground and SEAD Gallery &ndash; community and economic development projects by Advent GX.<br /> <br /> SEAD Gallery is an example of Advent GX&rsquo;s approach to using innovation and entrepreneurship in support of heritage preservation. By promoting cultural and heritage assets unique to the community and facilitating entrepreneurship, we seek to design replicable solutions that help communities develop vibrant, sustainable economies.</span></span></p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"offcampus","course":"SEAD Gallery","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/14/2019: 11 AM to 5/15: 5:30 PM ","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"","colname":"","cophone":"9792160548","coemail":"info@seadgallery.com","website":"http://www.seadgallery.com","location":"SEAD Gallery","address1":"216 W. 26th Street","address2":"","city":"Bryan","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"","latlong":"30.674276, -96.374769","locationmap":"https://goo.gl/maps/DsyadHZaqNy","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#632","kronos":"50","focus":"Creativity|","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"event211","itemid":633,"title":"Queen Theatre: Atticus Finch Day showing of "To Kill a Mockingbird"","description":"<p>In honor of Atticus Finch Day, Banks &amp; Banks Attorneys at law, P.C. and the Queen Theatre are presenting a showing of the classic film, &quot;To Kill a Mockingbird&quot; (1965) [G].</p> <p>Reserve your free ticket&nbsp;online at&nbsp;<a href="https://tickets.queenbryantx.com/">https://tickets.queenbryantx.com/</a></p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Exhibit/Performance|Fair/Festival|Projects to Join|","image":"","owner":"Banks & Banks Attorneys at Law, P.C. & The Queen Theatre","department":"","addinfo":"<p>Banks &amp; Banks Attorneys at Law, P.C.<br /> 500 East 29th Street<br /> Bryan, TX 77803<br /> Tel: 979-822-8533<br /> Toll Free: 800-221-7021<br /> Email: info@bankslawyers.com</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"offcampus","course":"Banks & Banks Attorneys at Law, P.C. & The Queen Theatre","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/18/19: 6-8:00 PM","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"","colname":"","cophone":"9795578336","coemail":"info@queenbryantx.com","website":"https://www.queenbryantx.com","location":"The Queen Theatre","address1":"110 South Main Street","address2":"","city":"Bryan","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"","latlong":"30.673250, -96.373767","locationmap":"https://goo.gl/maps/Bs9wkprchHU2","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#633","kronos":"200","focus":"Creativity|Leadership|","user":"undergrad|grad|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"event212","itemid":634,"title":"Reynolds Gallery: ArtFest 2019","description":"<p>The MSC Visual Arts Committee is pleased to celebrate ArtFest 2019, our annual student art competition and exhibition. All Texas A&amp;M students, regardless of major, are welcome to submit their artwork.<br /> <br /> This year, 92 pieces from 54 different artists were submitted, and they will all be displayed in the gallery until April 20th. Come support your fellow Aggies!</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Exhibit/Performance|Living Learning|","image":"","owner":"MSC Visual Arts Committee","department":"","addinfo":"<p><strong>Location</strong><br /> The James R. Reynolds Student Art Gallery is located in the Memorial Student Center, across the street from Kyle Field. Within the MSC, the gallery is located on the 2nd floor across from the Student Programs Office.<br /> <br /> <strong>Hours</strong><br /> Tuesday &ndash; Friday: 9 a.m. &ndash; 8 p.m.<br /> Saturday &ndash; Sunday: 12 p.m. &ndash; 6 p.m.</p> <p>The gallery is closed on Mondays and in observance of Texas A&amp;M University Holidays.</p> <p><strong>Parking</strong><br /> Public parking is located in the University Center Parking Garage, which is adjacent to the John J. Koldus Student Services Building. Hourly parking rates may vary depending on campus activities. For accurate campus visitor parking information visit the&nbsp;TAMU Transportation Services&nbsp;website.<br /> <br /> FREE Parking (up to 2 hours) is available on Thursdays after 5 PM. Ask at the Front Desk in the Forsyth Gallery for details.</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"MSC Visual Arts Committee","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/16-4/19/2019: 9 AM-8 PM and 4/20: 12-6 PM","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"","colname":"","cophone":"9798451515","coemail":"visualartscommittee@gmail.com","website":"https://vac.tamu.edu/artfest/","location":"James R. Reynolds Gallery","address1":"Memorial Student Center","address2":"275 Joe Routt Bl.","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"MSC / 0454","latlong":"30.61256, -96.34142","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=0454","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#634","kronos":"50","focus":"Creativity|Innovation|","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"resource124","itemid":635,"title":"J. Wayne Stark Galleries at TAMU: Permanent Exhibit","description":"<p>The Permanent Collection of the Stark Galleries focuses on American paintings, prints, drawings and photographs of the 19th and 20th centuries. Some artists represented include Dawson Dawson-Watson, Julian Onderdonk, H.O. &ldquo;Cowboy&rdquo; Kelly, Peggy Bacon, Laura Gilpin, Charles Schorre and Dorothy Hood. Additionally, the Permanent Collection is home to sculpture and various other decorative arts. Visit our Student Picks page to see more information on specific works in the collection. All prospective art donations or purchases undergo a rigorous selection process and must gain final approval from the President&rsquo;s Advisory Committee on Art Policy before admittance into the Permanent Collection of the Stark Galleries. Criterion for acquisition include: clear ownership by prospective donor, aesthetic value of the art, historical significance and whether the art stands to enhance the Permanent Collection.&nbsp;</p> ","category":"resoucestools","subcat":"Career Exploration and Networking|Exhibit/Performance|","image":"","owner":"University Art Galleries Department","department":"","addinfo":"<p><strong>Location</strong><br /> J. Wayne Stark Galleries, MSC 1110<br /> 1st Floor</p> <p><strong>Hours</strong><br /> Tuesday &ndash; Friday: 9 a.m.&ndash;8 p.m.<br /> Saturday &ndash; Sunday: Noon&ndash;6 p.m.<br /> <br /> Closed Mondays and University Holidays<br /> <br /> <strong>Cost</strong><br /> Admission to the galleries is always FREE.</p> <p><strong>Parking</strong><br /> Parking is available across the street from the Memorial Student Center in the University Center Garage.</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"University Art Galleries Department","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"Amanda","colname":"Cagle","cophone":"9798456081","coemail":"acagle@uart.tamu.edu","website":"https://uart.tamu.edu/stark-current-exhibitions/","location":"Memorial Student Center - 1110","address1":"275 Joe Routt Bl","address2":"","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"MSC / 0454","latlong":"30.61256, -96.34142","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=0454","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#635","kronos":"50","focus":"Creativity|","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"event213","itemid":636,"title":"J. Wayne Stark Galleries: Architecture Faculty Biennial","description":"<p>The J. Wayne Stark Galleries has been proud to host this exhibition since 1999. Artists from the Texas A&amp;M College of Architecture faculty will display their works, including paintings, drawings, photographs, and digital installations.</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Exhibit/Performance|","image":"","owner":"University Art Galleries Department","department":"","addinfo":"<p><strong>Location</strong><br /> J. Wayne Stark Galleries, MSC 1110<br /> 1st Floor</p> <p><strong>Hours</strong><br /> Tuesday &ndash; Friday: 9 a.m.&ndash;8 p.m.<br /> Saturday &ndash; Sunday: Noon&ndash;6 p.m.</p> <p>Closed Mondays and University Holidays</p> <p><strong>Cost</strong><br /> Admission to the galleries is always FREE.</p> <p><strong>Parking</strong><br /> Parking is available across the street from the Memorial Student Center in the University Center Garage.</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"University Art Galleries Department","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/16-5/12/19: T-F 9-8 PM SS 12-6 PM","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"Amanda","colname":"Cagle","cophone":"9798456081","coemail":"acagle@uart.tamu.edu","website":"https://uart.tamu.edu/stark-current-exhibitions/","location":"Memorial Student Center Building - 1110","address1":"275 Joe Routt Bl","address2":"","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"MSC / 0454","latlong":"30.61256, -96.34142","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=0454","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#636","kronos":"50","focus":"Creativity|","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"event214","itemid":637,"title":"J. Wayne Stark Galleries: It's Your Move - Floral Game Pieces Exhibit","description":"<p>Created by the students of Horticulture 451 and the Student Floral Club;&nbsp;Instructor and Advisor &ndash; Bill McKinley AIFD<br /> <br /> <strong>Overview</strong><br /> This interactive display of popular board games allows viewers to become participants on oversized game boards. The floral game pieces are intended to be moved and used as they would on a normal sized game board.<br /> <br /> <strong>Process</strong><br /> Students were divided into teams to create each of the oversized game pieces. Game pieces were built on solid bases of Styrofoam with the floral components attached directly to the Styrofoam. Color choices for the game pieces were standardized for consistency, but each game piece has its own creative concept developed by the student designer. Handles were added to the game pieces for ease of moving on the oversized game boards.<br /> The game boards were painted onto canvas drop clothes using latex house paint.<br /> <br /> <strong>Results</strong><br /> Students were able to refine their floral design skills by heavily utilizing the elements of design texture, form, space, and pattern, as well as the principles of design rhythm, unity, and contrast.<br /> &nbsp;</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Exhibit/Performance|","image":"","owner":"University Art Galleries Department","department":"","addinfo":"<p><strong>Location</strong><br /> J. Wayne Stark Galleries, MSC 1110<br /> 1st Floor</p> <p><strong>Hours</strong><br /> Tuesday &ndash; Friday: 9 a.m.&ndash;8 p.m.<br /> Saturday &ndash; Sunday: Noon&ndash;6 p.m.</p> <p>Closed Mondays and University Holidays</p> <p><strong>Cost</strong><br /> Admission to the galleries is always FREE.</p> <p><strong>Parking</strong><br /> Parking is available across the street from the Memorial Student Center in the University Center Garage.</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"University Art Galleries Department","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/16-6/9/19: T-F: 9 AM-8 PM SS: 12-6 PM","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"Amanda","colname":"Cagle","cophone":"9798456081","coemail":"acagle@uart.tamu.edu","website":"https://uart.tamu.edu/stark-current-exhibitions/","location":"Memorial Student Center Building - 1110","address1":"275 Joe Routt Bl","address2":"","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"MSC / 0454","latlong":"30.61256, -96.34142","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=0454","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#637","kronos":"50","focus":"","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"event215","itemid":638,"title":"Forsyth Galleries: Schneider Collection of Fine Art","description":"<p><strong>Selections from the Rona and Martin Schneider Collection of Late 19th and Early 20th Century American and European Fine Art Prints</strong></p> <p>Organized by Syracuse University Art Collection</p> <p>Presented in recognition of a gift to the Syracuse University permanent art collection from Rona and Martin Schneider of Brooklyn, New York, this exhibition features more than 40 original prints, including etchings, drypoints, and mezzotints.</p> <p>Rona Martin, a well-known print dealer and member of the International Fine Print Dealers Association, specialized in late 19th century and early 20th century American and European prints, especially those made as part of the &ldquo;Etching Revival.&rdquo; This exhibition highlights some of the important pieces in the collection, including work by members of the New York Etching club that was founded in 1877. A plate made from an etching done at their first meeting will be on exhibit. The Etching club helped to drive interest in the United States during the next few decades, and by the end of 1932, print clubs and art societies could be found across the country.</p> <p>Other works in the exhibition were printed in a magazine, The American Art Review, which featured original prints and was founded in 1879 by Sylvester Rosa Koehler.</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Exhibit/Performance|","image":"","owner":"University Art Galleries Department","department":"","addinfo":"<p><strong>Location</strong><br /> Forsyth Galleries, MSC 2428<br /> 2nd Floor<br /> <br /> <strong>Hours</strong><br /> Tuesday &ndash; Friday: 9 a.m.&ndash;8 p.m.<br /> Saturday &ndash; Sunday: Noon&ndash;6 p.m.</p> <p>Closed Mondays and University Holidays<br /> <br /> <strong>Cost</strong><br /> Admission to the galleries is always FREE.<br /> Guests using the Museum Pass receive 10% OFF a Friends of the Forsyth Membership!<br /> <br /> <strong>Parking</strong><br /> Parking is available across the street from the Memorial Student Center in the University Center Garage.<br /> <br /> <strong>Special Viewings</strong><br /> Pieces from the collection are available for private viewings by appointment. Contact the Forsyth Galleries collections manager, Heather Bennett, at hbennett@uart.tamu.edu or 979-845-9251 to arrange an appointment.</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"University Art Galleries Department","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/16-6/9/19: T-F: 9 AM-8 PM SS: 12-6 PM","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"Heather","colname":"Bennett","cophone":"9798458501","coemail":"hbennett@uart.tamu.edu","website":"https://forsyth.tamu.edu/","location":"Memorial Student Center Building - 2428","address1":"275 Joe Routt Bl","address2":"","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"MSC / 0454","latlong":"30.61256, -96.34142","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=0454","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#638","kronos":"50","focus":"","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"resource125","itemid":639,"title":"Bush Presidential Library and Museum: Permanent Exhibit","description":"<p>The core exhibit space tells the story of the life and times of George H. W. Bush, 41st President of the United States. Family-friendly and educational exhibits guide visitors through an interactive tour of the museum. View replicas of President Bush&#39;s Camp David Office and White House Press Room, and receive a briefing on the Gulf War in the Situation Room. Have your picture made while seated at the desk in our replica Oval Office.&nbsp;</p> ","category":"resoucestools","subcat":"Exhibit/Performance|Laboratory|","image":"","owner":"George H.W. 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Saturday: 9:30 a.m.&ndash; 5 p.m.<br /> Sunday: Noon&ndash;5 p.m.</p> <p>The Bush Library at Museum closes at noon on Christmas Eve, and is closed annually on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year&rsquo;s Day.</p> <p><strong>Cost</strong><br /> Texas A&amp;M Student Admission - FREE<br /> Non-TAMU Student Admission - See&nbsp;<a href="https://www.bush41.org/visit/admission">https://www.bush41.org/visit/admission</a>&nbsp;for information.<br /> Last ticket sold daily at 4:45 PM</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"George Bush Presidential Library & Museum","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/15-6/9/19 M-S 9:30 AM-5 PM Su 12-5 PM","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"","colname":"","cophone":"9796914000","coemail":"info.bush@nara.gov","website":"https://www.bush41.org/exhibits/single-exhibit?id=44#secExhibit","location":"George Bush Presidential Library & Museum","address1":"1000 George Bush Dr W","address2":"","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"BPLM / 1606","latlong":"30.59648, -96.35335","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=1606","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#640","kronos":"50","focus":"Creativity|Innovation|Leadership|","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"event217","itemid":641,"title":"Bush Presidential Library and Museum: Wit and Humor - American Political Cartoons Exhibit","description":"","category":"events","subcat":"Exhibit/Performance|Hackathon/Ideation Session|Project Funds|","image":"","owner":"George Bush Presidential Library & Museum","department":"","addinfo":"<p><strong>Hours</strong><br /> Monday &ndash; Saturday: 9:30 a.m.&ndash; 5 p.m.<br /> Sunday: Noon&ndash;5 p.m.</p> <p>The Bush Library at Museum closes at noon on Christmas Eve, and is closed annually on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year&rsquo;s Day.</p> <p><strong>Cost</strong><br /> Texas A&amp;M Student Admission - FREE<br /> Non-TAMU Student Admission - See&nbsp;<a href="https://www.bush41.org/visit/admission">https://www.bush41.org/visit/admission</a>&nbsp;for information.<br /> Last ticket sold daily at 4:45 PM</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"George Bush Presidential Library & Museum","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"7/1-1/20/20 M-S 9:30 AM-5 PM Su 12-5 PM","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"","colname":"","cophone":"9796914000","coemail":"info.bush@nara.gov","website":"https://www.bush41.org/exhibits/single-exhibit?id=45#secExhibit","location":"George Bush Presidential Library & Museum","address1":"1000 George Bush Dr W","address2":"","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"BPLM / 1606","latlong":"30.59648, -96.35335","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=1606","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#641","kronos":"50","focus":"Creativity|Leadership|","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"event218","itemid":642,"title":"Bush Presidential Library and Museum: Spies, Traitors, Saboteurs Exhibit","description":"<p><strong>Spies, Traitors, Saboteurs: Fear and Freedom in America&nbsp;</strong><br /> Exhibit&nbsp;on display now through May 20&nbsp;<br /> <br /> The exhibit provides unprecedented perspective into terror on American soil. The exhibition uncovers the forgotten stories of domestic terrorists and foreign agents, militant radicals and saboteurs, who have threatened America&#39;s sense of security over the past 200 years. It also explores the questions: How do we identify who the enemy is? And how do we keep the country safe without compromising the civil liberties upon which it was founded?</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Exhibit/Performance|","image":"","owner":"George Bush Presidential Library & Museum","department":"","addinfo":"<p><strong>Hours</strong><br /> Monday &ndash; Saturday: 9:30 a.m.&ndash; 5 p.m.<br /> Sunday: Noon&ndash;5 p.m.</p> <p>The Bush Library at Museum closes at noon on Christmas Eve, and is closed annually on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year&rsquo;s Day.</p> <p><strong>Cost</strong><br /> Texas A&amp;M Student Admission - FREE<br /> Non-TAMU Student Admission - See&nbsp;<a href="https://www.bush41.org/visit/admission">https://www.bush41.org/visit/admission</a>&nbsp;for information.<br /> Last ticket sold daily at 4:45 PM</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"George Bush Presidential Library & Museum","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/15-5/20/19 M-S 9:30 AM-5 PM Su 12-5 PM","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"","colname":"","cophone":"9796914000","coemail":"info.bush@nara.gov","website":"https://www.bush41.org/exhibits/single-exhibit?id=43#secExhibit","location":"George Bush Presidential Library & Museum","address1":"1000 George Bush Dr W","address2":"","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"BPLM / 1606","latlong":"30.59648, -96.35335","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=1606","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#642","kronos":"50","focus":"Creativity|Leadership|","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"event222","itemid":643,"title":"Mathematicians Helping Art Conservators & Art Historians","description":"<p>Ingrid Daubechies is a Belgian physicist and mathematician. She is best known for her work with wavelets in image compression. One of the world&rsquo;s most cited mathematicians, she is recognized for her study of the mathematical methods that enhance image compression technology. She is a member of the National Academy of Engineering, the National Academy of Sciences and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. This lecture will review several instances where mathematics have helped art historians and art conservators in studying and understanding art works in the last decade or so. Some of them led (and are still leading) to interesting new challenges in signal and image analysis. In other applications we can virtually rejuvenate art works, bringing a different understanding and experience of the art to museum visitors as well as to experts.</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Conference|Symposium|Training/Workshop|","image":"","owner":"Hagler Institute for Advanced Study","department":"College Station","addinfo":"","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"Hagler Institute for Advanced Study","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/15/19: 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"Emily","colname":"Finbow","cophone":"9794584989","coemail":"hias@tamu.edu","website":"https://hias.tamu.edu/","location":"Memorial Student Center - Bethancourt Ballroom C","address1":"275 Joe Routt Bl","address2":"","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"MSC / 0454","latlong":"30.61256, -96.34142","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=0454","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#643","kronos":"100","focus":"Creativity|Innovation|","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"event223","itemid":644,"title":"Work Smart Salary Negotiation Workshop","description":"<p>AAUW Start Smart and Work Smart Salary Negotiation Workshops are designed to teach participants how to negotiate for a fair salary. &nbsp;In every two and a half hour workshop, participants gain confidence in their negotiation styles through facilitated discussion and role-play. Participants learn the following:</p> <ol> <li>How to identify and articulate their personal value.</li> <li>How to develop an arsenal of persuasive response and other negotiation strategies.</li> <li>How do conduct objective market research to benchmark a target salary and benefits.</li> <li>About the wage gap including its long-term consequences and other relevant factors.</li> </ol> <p>AAUW Start Smart and AAUW Work Smart are recommended for students who plan to start applying for career positions in the next 3-4 months.</p> <p>AAUW Work Smart Workshops are better suited for students who may have already been in the workforce and have some experience with budgeting. Work Smart Workshops dive deeper into salary negotiation by focusing on how to negotiate raises with a supervisor once you are employed.</p> <p>Each workshop is limited to 40 participants. Pre-registration is required.</p> <p>All Texas A&amp;M University students are welcome to attend AAUW Smart Start and AAUW Work Smart Workshops.</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Career Exploration and Networking|Training/Workshop|","image":"","owner":"Women's Resource Center","department":"","addinfo":"","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"Women's Resource Center","cprereq":"","startdate":"04/18/2019","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"","timecaption":"","endtime":"19:30","coprefix":"","cofname":"","colname":"","cophone":"","coemail":"","website":"https://studentlife.tamu.edu/wrc/worksmartregistration/","location":"Rudder 707","address1":"401 Joe Routt Bl","address2":"","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"United States","zip":"","building":"RDER / 0446","latlong":"","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=0446","videos":"","kronos":"0","focus":"Leadership|","user":"undergrad|grad|"},{"id":"event224","itemid":645,"title":"The Aggie Magic Circle: Spellbound","description":"<p><span style="font-size:11pt"><span style="font-family:Calibri,sans-serif"><span style="font-size:10.0pt"><span style="font-family:&quot;Arial&quot;,sans-serif">The Aggie Magic Circle is back again with another show that is sure to amaze! This year, Spellbound will feature 6 of Texas A&amp;M&#39;s finest magicians, with talents ranging from sleight of hand to mentalism.&nbsp;With a night full of laughter, talent, and astonishment, Spellbound will leave audience members believing in magic again.</span></span></span></span></p> <p><span style="font-size:11pt"><span style="font-family:Calibri,sans-serif"><span style="font-size:10.0pt"><span style="font-family:&quot;Arial&quot;,sans-serif"><span style="color:black">Founded back in 2006, The Aggie Magic Circle is Texas A&amp;M University&rsquo;s officially recognized magic teaching and performing organization. We take pride in helping others with the basics of magic from shuffling a deck of cards to performing at an event as well as finding interests in more advanced forms of magic. Apart from teaching, The Aggie Magic Circle is also available for hire for various types of events. 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Menzel &#39;93<br /> 1:45-2:15pm &nbsp; &nbsp;Admissions &amp; Financial Aid Department Update - Joseph Pettibon, II &#39;92<br /> 2:30-3:30pm &nbsp; &nbsp;Panel #1- STEM (Moderator: Elizabeth Trujillo, Professor of Law, + TAMU Energy Institute<br /> o&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Lorena Toffer &#39;04, Senior Architectural Project Manager &amp; Founder of CityLab Foundation<br /> o&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Fernando Ceballos, PE, &#39;13, Vice-President of Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers Region 5<br /> o&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Enrique Sanchez, President of SigmaHR<br /> 2:30-3:30pm &nbsp; &nbsp;Panel #2 - Public Policy &amp; Public Service (Moderator: Samantha Mares)<br /> o&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Luisa Del Rosal, Executive Director, Texas-Mexico Center and Tower Center for Political Studies<br /> o&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Luz E. 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Ramirez, Jr. &#39;79<br /> 9:00-10:00am &nbsp; &nbsp;Panel #4- Entrepreneurship (Moderator: To Be Determined)<br /> o&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Emily Huskinson &#39;12, President &amp; Founder of RingWraps<br /> o&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Eddie Dominguez &#39;66, Owner of Tupinamba Restaurant<br /> o&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Jodi L. W. Simmons &#39;87, Chairwoman of BagCorp<br /> o&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Cindy A. Gillar - HUB Coordinator<br /> 9:00-10:00am &nbsp; &nbsp;Panel #5- Leadership - Moderator: Edward Retta &#39;77<br /> o&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Brigadier General (R) Joe E. Ramirez Jr. &#39;79, Corps of Cadets Commandant<br /> o&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Nancy Cramer &#39;84, Founder, Correct Course Consulting, LLC<br /> o&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Dr. Brad Smith &#39;81, &nbsp;President, Bakke Graduate University<br /> 10:00-10:15am &nbsp;Networking Break<br /> 10:15-11:00am &nbsp;Business Meeting &amp; Region Updates<br /> 11:00-11:10am Conclude &amp; Thank Yous<br /> Hilton Fort Worth-Keynote Luncheon<br /> 12:00-2:00pm &nbsp; &nbsp;<br /> (12:15-12:30) &nbsp; &nbsp;Opening Remarks &amp; Introduction - President &amp; CEO Edward Retta &#39;77<br /> (12:30-1:00) &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;Keynote Speaker: Henry Cisneros &#39;68<br /> (1:00-1:30) &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Questions &amp; Awards<br /> (1:30-1:45) &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Thank Yous &amp; Until Next Time...<br /> (1:45-2:00) &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Group Picture</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Conference|Symposium|","image":"","owner":"Texas A&M Hispanic Network","department":"","addinfo":"","accessinfo":"","onsite":"offcampus","course":"Texas A&M Hispanic Network","cprereq":"","startdate":"04/25/2019","enddate":"04/26/2019","starttime":"","datecaption":"","timecaption":"","endtime":"14:00","coprefix":"","cofname":"","colname":"","cophone":"","coemail":"","website":"http://ezregister.com/events/27710/","location":"The Texas A&M University School of Law","address1":"1515 Commerce St","address2":"","city":"Fort Worth","state":"TX","country":"United States","zip":"","building":"","latlong":"","locationmap":"https://goo.gl/maps/kraavHr3XVh3mKmS6","videos":"","kronos":"0","focus":"Leadership|","user":"grad|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"event233","itemid":654,"title":"Issues Forum: "Mark Burns: Grand Canyon Photography"","description":"<p>This Issues Forum is in conjunction with an exhibit at the Bush Library and Museum, &ldquo;Grand Canyon Photographs: Celebrating the Centennial 1919-2019,&rdquo; photographed and curated by Mark Burns. Centered around the centennial anniversary of Grand Canyon National Park in 2019, the exhibit celebrates the visual image and the role it has played in the history and creation of our national parks. The photographs were taken between 2011 to 2018 and explore multiple genres of photography such as traditional black &amp; white and color landscape, contemporary landscape and pictorialism.</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Exhibit/Performance|Symposium|Training/Workshop|","image":"","owner":"George Bush Presidential Library and Museum","department":"","addinfo":"<p>During this event, Burns will go behind the scenes into the making of this project, including the philosophy behind the photos chosen for the exhibit, the process of taking the photographs and more.</p> <p>Admission is free, but seating is limited, and reservations are encouraged. Please email reservations.bush@nara.gov, if you have any questions. 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Wayne Stark Galleries: NAILED IT - Student Exhibition by Mallory Kohut","description":"<p>Student Exhibition: NAILED IT: The Body, Pain, &amp; the Pursuit of Perfection, by Mallory Kohut<br /> <br /> <em>NAILED IT</em>&nbsp;explores the body, pain, and the pursuit of perfection in the context of ballet and modern dance training. Dance and art can both be outlets for expression, but they can also demand high levels of achievement. These works examine this tension through paintings, sculpture, and fibers. 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Enjoy live music, art and an array of shopping and dining options. This is a free, family-friendly event and a great way to enjoy the evening! 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Potential topics include: (i) Personalization of education; (ii) Automatic assessment; (iii) Analytics for assessing learning; (iv) Building infrastructures for data collection; (v) Ethics of using AI in education.&nbsp;</p> <p>The program will be organized into thematic sessions with a mixture of invited and contributed talks with plenty of time for discussion.</p> <p>Session 1:<br /> Machine Learning in Education &ndash; Industry Perspective<br /> 9:00 Alina Von Davier (ACTNext): Enhancing Learning and Assessment Systems<br /> 9:30 Byung-Hak Kim (Udacity): Deep Learning to Predict Student Outcomes<br /> 10:00 Priya Venkat (Chegg): Leveraging weak supervision to improve student experiences at Chegg</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Conference|Fair/Festival|Symposium|","image":"","owner":"Texas A&M Institute of Data Science ","department":"","addinfo":"<p>FULL PROGRAM<br /> <span style="font-size:12pt"><span style="font-family:&quot;Times New Roman&quot;,serif"><a href="https://tamids.tamu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/AI_ML-Program_nd.pdf" style="color:blue; text-decoration:underline">https://tamids.tamu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/AI_ML-Program_nd.pdf</a></span></span></p> <p>Introduction<br /> 8:45 Welcome and Introduction Nick Duffield (ECE &amp; TAMIDS) &amp; Krishna Narayanan (ECE)</p> <p>Session 1: Machine Learning in Education &ndash; Industry Perspective<br /> 9:00 Alina Von Davier (ACTNext): Enhancing Learning and Assessment Systems<br /> 9:30 Byung-Hak Kim (Udacity): Deep Learning to Predict Student Outcomes<br /> 10:00 Priya Venkat (Chegg): Leveraging weak supervision to improve student experiences at Chegg</p> <p>10:30 Break with Refreshments</p> <p>Session 2: Data Science in Education<br /> 10:45 Karan Watson (Electrical &amp; Computer Engineering &amp; Institute for Engineering Education &amp; Innovation):Overview of goals and pitfalls of data science and education<br /> 11.15 Jean-Francois Chamberland (Electrical and Computer Engineering): Examining the Student Experience Using Data Science: Program Enhancements and Student Success<br /> 11:35 David Lowe (University Libraries): The Heart in the Machine: University Libraries as DS/AI/ML Partner<br /> 11:55 Session Panel Discussion</p> <p>12:10&nbsp;Lunch (provided to registrants)</p> <p>Session 3: Machine Learning in Education &ndash; Computer Science Perspective<br /> 1:30 Andrew Jiang (Computer Science &amp; Engineering): From Machine Learning to Machine Teaching<br /> 1:50 Theodora Chaspari (Computer Science &amp; Engineering): Quantifying the effect of virtual reality interventions to public speaking anxiety<br /> 2:10 Ruihong Huang (Computer Science &amp; Engineering): Automatic Text Understanding for Education<br /> 2:30 Tracy Hammond (Computer Science &amp; Engineering): Improving Student Learning through Interactive Sketch-based Tutoring Systems<br /> 2:50 Session Panel Discussion</p> <p>3:10 Break with Refreshments</p> <p>Session 4: AI in Education<br /> 3:30 Kay Wijekumar (Teaching, Learning &amp; Culture): Pragmatic AI Makes Huge Impact on Literacy<br /> 3:50 Venky Shankar (Marketing, Mays Business School): Using AI to Enhance Personalized Learning and Disrupt Education<br /> 4:10 Beverly Irby (College of Education &amp; Human Development, Education Administration and Human Resource Development): Virtual Mentoring and Coaching<br /> 4:30 Molly Gonzales (College of Vet Medicine &amp; Biomedical Sciences): Where Success Begins: Leveraging Learning Analytics to Predict Student Program Success<br /> 4:50 Session Panel Discussion</p> <p>Conclusion<br /> 5:00 Nick Duffield (ECE &amp; TAMIDS): Wrap up and next steps</p> <p>5:15 Finish</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"Texas A&M Institute of Data Science ","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/24/19 9-10:30 AM","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"Jennifer","colname":"South","cophone":"9792203868","coemail":"jsouth@tamu.edu","website":"goo.gl/forms/t4QCb9VjBvRG0LMD3  ","location":"Memorial Student Center – 2300B","address1":"275 Joe Routt Bl","address2":"","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"MSC / 0454","latlong":"30.61256, -96.34142","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=0454","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#664","kronos":"150","focus":"Innovation|","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"event239","itemid":665,"title":"TAMIDS Workshop on Data Science/AI/ML in Education FULL EVENT","description":"<p>Goals and Scope: The Texas A&amp;M Institute of Data Science (TAMIDS) is hosting a one-day workshop on the emerging field of using data-driven methods, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine-learning (ML) techniques in education. 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Potential topics include: (i) Personalization of education; (ii) Automatic assessment; (iii) Analytics for assessing learning; (iv) Building infrastructures for data collection; (v) Ethics of using AI in education.&nbsp;</p> <p>The program will be organized into thematic sessions with a mixture of invited and contributed talks with plenty of time for discussion.</p> <p>Session 3: Machine Learning in Education &ndash; Computer Science Perspective<br /> 1:30 Andrew Jiang (Computer Science &amp; Engineering): From Machine Learning to Machine Teaching<br /> 1:50 Theodora Chaspari (Computer Science &amp; Engineering): Quantifying the effect of virtual reality interventions to public speaking anxiety<br /> 2:10 Ruihong Huang (Computer Science &amp; Engineering): Automatic Text Understanding for Education<br /> 2:30 Tracy Hammond (Computer Science &amp; Engineering): Improving Student Learning through Interactive Sketch-based Tutoring Systems<br /> 2:50 Session Panel Discussion</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Conference|Exhibit/Performance|Symposium|","image":"","owner":"Texas A&M Institute of Data Science ","department":"","addinfo":"<p><a href="http://trk.tamu.edu/trk/click?ref=ztotana6v_2-3aebrbu-30-55f7x32fbcx0556&amp;">tamids.tamu.edu</a><br /> <br /> FULL PROGRAM<br /> <a href="https://tamids.tamu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/AI_ML-Program_nd.pdf">https://tamids.tamu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/AI_ML-Program_nd.pdf</a></p> <p>Introduction<br /> 8:45 Welcome and Introduction Nick Duffield (ECE &amp; 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Her talk is open to the public, so please come and bring a friend or two!<br /> <br /> If you have questions please contact Dr. Emily Rauscher at&nbsp;erauscher@tamu.edu&nbsp;or Brooke Cordell at cordellbrooke@tamu.edu.<br /> &nbsp;<br /> Brooke Cordell, Samantha Finglass and Andrea Rodriguez&mdash;Communication Students<br /> Emily Rauscher&mdash;Communication Professor</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"Communication Department, College of Liberal Arts, and Institute for Genome Sciences and Society","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/24/19 4:30-5:30 PM","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"Emily","colname":"Rauscher","cophone":"","coemail":"erauscher@tamu.edu","website":"https://genomics.tamu.edu/tamu-dna-day-2019/","location":"Rudder Exhibit Hall - Rudder Tower","address1":"401 Joe Routt Bl","address2":"","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"RDER / 0446","latlong":"30.61326, -96.34002","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=0446","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#670","kronos":"50","focus":"Creativity|Innovation|","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"event245","itemid":671,"title":"Texas A&M DNA Day - Research Poster Fair","description":"<p>Research Poster Fair - Rudder Exhibit Hall- 4:30pm-5:30pm:<br /> Aggies are leading the way in research on genetics, DNA, and family health history. 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The purpose of this event is to engage the Texas A&amp;M community in a fun day of learning about genetics and family health history.<br /> <br /> Please see the list of activities below for times and locations:<br /> &nbsp;<br /> Interactive Student Booths - Rudder&nbsp;Exhibit Hall - 4:30pm-5:30pm:<br /> Come visit the activity booths put together by undergraduate students from the Department of Communication. LEARN some cool things about genetics, get the opportunity to win some awesome PRIZES donated to us by our sponsors, and eat some yummy FOOD!<br /> &nbsp;<br /> Research Poster Fair - Rudder Exhibit Hall- 4:30pm-5:30pm:<br /> Aggies are leading the way in research on genetics, DNA, and family health history. Come check out Aggie researchers from different departments at TAMU who will present their past, current, and future research.<br /> &nbsp;<br /> Keynote Speaker: Bonnie Rochman, award-winning journalist and author of The Gene Machine&nbsp;- Rudder Theatre - 6:30pm-7:30pm<br /> Bonnie Rochman&rsquo;s talk will focus on her book,&nbsp;The Gene Machine: How Genetic Technologies Are Changing the Way We Have Kids&mdash;and the Kids We Have, which is an engaging look at how genetic advances are reshaping the experiences of families and highlighting the ethical challenges of modern medicine. Her talk is open to the public, so please come and bring a friend or two!<br /> <br /> If you have questions please contact Dr. Emily Rauscher at&nbsp;erauscher@tamu.edu&nbsp;or Brooke Cordell at cordellbrooke@tamu.edu.<br /> &nbsp;<br /> Brooke Cordell, Samantha Finglass and Andrea Rodriguez&mdash;Communication Students<br /> Emily Rauscher&mdash;Communication Professor</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/24/19 4:30-5:30 PM","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"","colname":"","cophone":"","coemail":"","website":"https://genomics.tamu.edu/tamu-dna-day-2019/","location":"Rudder Exhibit Hall - Rudder Tower","address1":"401 Joe Routt Bl","address2":"","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"RDER / 0446","latlong":"30.61326, -96.34002","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=0446","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#671","kronos":"50","focus":"Creativity|Innovation|","user":"undergrad|grad|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"event246","itemid":672,"title":"Texas A&M DNA Day - Keynote Speaker Bonnie Rochman","description":"<p>Keynote Speaker: Bonnie Rochman, award-winning journalist and author of The Gene Machine&nbsp;- Rudder Theatre - 6:30pm-7:30pm<br /> Bonnie Rochman&rsquo;s talk will focus on her book,&nbsp;The Gene Machine: How Genetic Technologies Are Changing the Way We Have Kids&mdash;and the Kids We Have, which is an engaging look at how genetic advances are reshaping the experiences of families and highlighting the ethical challenges of modern medicine. Her talk is open to the public, so please come and bring a friend or two!</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Competitions|Conference|Exhibit/Performance|Fair/Festival|Symposium|","image":"","owner":"Communication Department, College of Liberal Arts, and Institute for Genome Sciences and Society","department":"","addinfo":"<p>You&rsquo;re Invited to TAMU DNA Day on April 24!&nbsp;<br /> &nbsp;<br /> Every year the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) promotes events around the country to celebrate DNA Day. This day commemorates the completion of the Human Genome project in April 2003 and the discovery of DNA&rsquo;s double helix structure in 1953. DNA Day is a unique day when the community can learn more about genetics and DNA.<br /> This year the Communication Department, College of Liberal Arts, and Institute for Genome Sciences and Society at Texas A&amp;M University will be hosting DNA Day activities for Texas A&amp;M DNA Day. The purpose of this event is to engage the Texas A&amp;M community in a fun day of learning about genetics and family health history.<br /> <br /> Please see the list of activities below for times and locations:<br /> &nbsp;<br /> Interactive Student Booths - Rudder&nbsp;Exhibit Hall - 4:30pm-5:30pm:<br /> Come visit the activity booths put together by undergraduate students from the Department of Communication. LEARN some cool things about genetics, get the opportunity to win some awesome PRIZES donated to us by our sponsors, and eat some yummy FOOD!<br /> &nbsp;<br /> Research Poster Fair - Rudder Exhibit Hall- 4:30pm-5:30pm:<br /> Aggies are leading the way in research on genetics, DNA, and family health history. Come check out Aggie researchers from different departments at TAMU who will present their past, current, and future research.<br /> &nbsp;<br /> Keynote Speaker: Bonnie Rochman, award-winning journalist and author of The Gene Machine&nbsp;- Rudder Theatre - 6:30pm-7:30pm<br /> Bonnie Rochman&rsquo;s talk will focus on her book,&nbsp;The Gene Machine: How Genetic Technologies Are Changing the Way We Have Kids&mdash;and the Kids We Have, which is an engaging look at how genetic advances are reshaping the experiences of families and highlighting the ethical challenges of modern medicine. Her talk is open to the public, so please come and bring a friend or two!<br /> <br /> If you have questions please contact Dr. Emily Rauscher at&nbsp;erauscher@tamu.edu&nbsp;or Brooke Cordell at cordellbrooke@tamu.edu.<br /> &nbsp;<br /> Brooke Cordell, Samantha Finglass and Andrea Rodriguez&mdash;Communication Students<br /> Emily Rauscher&mdash;Communication Professor</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"Communication Department, College of Liberal Arts, and Institute for Genome Sciences and Society","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/24/19 6:30-7:30 PM","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"Emily","colname":"Rauscher","cophone":"","coemail":"erauscher@tamu.edu","website":"https://genomics.tamu.edu/tamu-dna-day-2019/","location":"Rudder Theater","address1":"401 Joe Routt Bl","address2":"","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"RDER / 0446","latlong":"30.61326, -96.34002","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=0446","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#672","kronos":"100","focus":"Creativity|Innovation|","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"event247","itemid":673,"title":"Sigma Xi: Renyi Zhang - Air Pollution in the 21st Century","description":"<p style="margin-right:16px">Renyi Zhang, the 2018 Texas A&amp;M Chapter of Sigma Xi Outstanding Distinguished Scientist, will present &quot;Air pollution in the 21st Century: How it forms and why it matters&quot;.<br /> <br /> Dr. Zhang will discuss the historic perspective of air pollution and highlight recent progress in understanding its formation and impacts by emphasizing the similarity and difference among developing/developed countries. Current challenges and future direction of atmospheric chemistry research, as well as the scientific basis for development of effective mitigation policies for air quality improvement and climate protection, will also be addressed.<br /> <br /> Dr. Renyi Zhang, University Distinguished Professor and holder of the Harold J. Haynes Chair in Geosciences, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, College of Geosciences, and Department of Chemistry, College of Science, conducts research on the understanding of ozone depletion in the earth&#39;s stratosphere. He is a senior editor of Oxford Research Encyclopedia-Environmental Science, Oxford University Press, and a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Conference|Training/Workshop|","image":"","owner":"Sigma Xi","department":"","addinfo":"<p>Sigma Xi is an international, chapter-based organization dedicated to nurturing the research enterprise in all fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Unique among scientific honor societies, Sigma Xi has a broad outlook that scans the spectrum of science and technology and is committed to the core values that unite across disciplinary boundaries. For more information about Sigma Xi, visit&nbsp;sigmaxi.tamu.edu/.<br /> <br /> Lecture abstract:<br /> With increasing urbanization, industrialization, and economic growth among developing/developed countries worldwide, air pollution has emerged as one of the greatest public health risks in the 21st century. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 91 percent of the world population lives under poor air quality conditions below WHO&rsquo;s guideline in 2018, and 4.2 million people die prematurely each year from exposure to air pollution. A US Environmental Protection Agency Assessment reveals that 111 million people nationwide still lived in places with pollutant levels higher than those designated by the National Ambient Air Quality Standards in 2017, despite progress made to improve air quality in this country. Air pollution consists of a complex combination of gases and fine aerosols. As a key greenhouse gas, atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) poses a major threat to the climate. Aerosols also directly absorb and scatter solar radiation, with important consequences in the earth&rsquo;s energy budget. By acting as cloud condensation nuclei and ice nucleating particles, aerosols indirectly impact the lifetime and albedo of clouds as well as the precipitation efficiency and hydrological cycle. These aerosol-induced effects currently represent the greatest uncertainty in climate predictions. Noticeably, although CO2 and aerosols are co-emitted pollutants from fossil fuel combustion, they often exert distinct effects on weather and climate systems. This lecture will provide a historic perspective of air pollution and highlight recent progress in understanding its formation and impacts by emphasizing the similarity and difference among developing/developed countries. Current challenges and future direction of atmospheric chemistry research, as well as the scientific basis for development of effective mitigation policies for air quality improvement and climate protection, will also be addressed.<br /> &nbsp;</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/26/19 3-4 PM","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"John","colname":"Ford","cophone":"","coemail":"sigmaxi@tamu.edu","website":"https://sigmaxi.tamu.edu/events/outstanding-distinguished-scientist-lecture-2019","location":"Halbouty Geosciences Building - Room 101","address1":"611 Ross St","address2":"","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"HALB / 0490","latlong":"30.61912, -96.34081","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=0490","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#673","kronos":"100","focus":"Innovation|","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"event248","itemid":674,"title":"GEOSAT: From Ground to Air Seminar","description":"<p>From Ground to Air: Coupling Field Measurements with Airborne Remote Sensing Using Autonomous Unmanned Air Systems</p> <p>Dr. Ryan Ewing | Associate Professor | Dept. of Geology &amp; Geophysics | Texas A&amp;M University<br /> Dr. Anthony Filippi | Associate Professor | Dept. of Geography | Texas A&amp;M University<br /> Dr. John Valasek | Professor | Dept. of Aerospace Engineering | Texas A&amp;M University</p> <p>- The ability to conduct useful science under the framework of precision agriculture is not only dependent upon the collection of high-quality, usable data on plants, soil, and water, but also upon the type of vehicle on which the sensors are flown, properly tuned sensors, and the way in which the vehicle is flown. Achieving this capability requires the proper matching and integration of air vehicle, sensors, mission design, and image-processing techniques. The approach presented here matches vehicle characteristics to sensor characteristics and employs proper flight planning, mission design, and auto-triggering of the sensor to produce better data quality and improved mosaicking.&nbsp;<br /> <br /> - Autonomous terrain interpretation provides a key advancement for field science. Machine learning models are applied to outcrop geology and future applications of autonomous science by integrating robotic ground operation and UAS are discussed.<br /> <br /> -Field spectroradiometery is employed to acquire in situ hyperspectral radiance and derived reflectance data for a wide variety of Earth surface material types, which complements airborne and spaceborne remote-sensing data sources.</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Fair/Festival|Training/Workshop|","image":"","owner":"GEOSAT (Geospatial Science, Applications & Technology) Center ","department":"College Station","addinfo":"<p>For questions please contact Dr. Michael Bishop at michael.bishop@tamu.edu or visit our website at: geosat.tamu.edu</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"GEOSAT (Geospatial Science, Applications & Technology) Center ","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/22/19 1:30-2:30 PM","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"Michael","colname":"Bishop","cophone":"","coemail":"michael.bishop@tamu.edu","website":"geosat.tamu.edu","location":"Memorial Student Center – 2406A","address1":"275 Joe Routt Bl","address2":"","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"MSC / 0454","latlong":"30.61228, -96.34120","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=0454","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#674","kronos":"100","focus":"Innovation|","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"event249","itemid":675,"title":"First Annual Hazard Reduction and Recovery Center Fellows Forum","description":"<p>We want to invite you to attend the First Annual HRRC Fellows Forum on April 26, 2019 from 2-6 P.M. in Scoates Hall 208. Please share and invite others you think would be interested. This is open to all!&nbsp;<br /> &nbsp;<br /> Dr. Nathanael Rosenheim &ndash; Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning (LAUP)<br /> Dr. Bryce Hannibal &ndash; Bush School<br /> Dr. Sierra Woodruff &ndash; LAUP<br /> Dr. Lei Zou &ndash; Geography<br /> Dr. Maria Kolio &ndash; Civil Engineering<br /> Dr. Courtney Thompson - Geography<br /> Dr. Laura Stough &ndash; Educational Psychology<br /> Post-Doctorial Researcher Carlee Purdum &ndash; LAUP/Sociology<br /> Water Gillis Peacock &ndash; LAUP<br /> Shannon Van Zandt - LAUP</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Conference|Exhibit/Performance|Reception|Symposium|","image":"","owner":"College of Architecture","department":"Hazard Reduction & Recovery Center","addinfo":"<p>Please RSVP by April 22th, 2019 at&nbsp;<a href="http://ers.tamu.edu/register.aspx?scheduleid=26912">ers.tamu.edu/register.aspx?scheduleid=26912</a>.<br /> Light refreshments will be provided</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/26/19 2-6 PM","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"Yee","colname":"Zhu","cophone":"9798457813 ","coemail":"yeezhu@arch.tamu.edu","website":"ers.tamu.edu/register.aspx?scheduleid=26912","location":"Scoates Hall - 208 Auditorium ","address1":"333 Spence St","address2":"","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"SCTS / 0478","latlong":"30.61228, -96.34120","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=0478","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#675","kronos":"400","focus":"Innovation|","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"event250","itemid":676,"title":"Wildlife Warriors: The Fight Against Poaching FULL EVENT","description":"<p>Texas A&amp;M University MSC Freshman Leadership International (MSC FLI) will host The Wildlife Warriors: The Fight Against Poaching. The&nbsp;program includes International Union for Conservation of Nature environmental justice expert Tina Lain and Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement researcher Andrew Lemieux.<br /> <br /> The three-part program will feature:<br /> <br /> Poaching: A National Security Issue: The epidemic and the consequences of wildlife crimes is the topic of a presentation by Lain and Lemieux who have extensive experience in wildlife conservation and environmental justice issues. Following the presentation, both speakers will sit for a discussion with, Dr. Leslie E. Ruyle, conservation ecologist and assistant director of the Scowcroft Institute at the Bush School of Government &amp; Public Service. During this conversation, the three will discuss the importance of the fight against poaching, as well as address questions asked by audience members beginning at 4 p.m.<br /> <br /> Meet the Warriors Reception: Program participants are invited to enjoy light refreshments and mingle with the featured speakers. Additionally, various wildlife conservation organizations will host informational tables where attendees can learn about the local fight against poaching and how they can help from 5-6 p.m.&nbsp;<br /> <br /> Film Screening of The Last Animals: The documentary will follow the reception. The film, directed by Kate Brooks, follows conservationist groups battling elephant and rhino poachers in Africa, as well as taking an in-depth look at the black markets in Asia and the United States. The screening will be, from 6-7:30 p.m., will be followed by a question and answer session with the speakers from the earlier presentation.<br /> <br /> The program is organized by the students of MSC Freshman Leadership International. The program is provided in partnership with the Scowcroft Institute, housed at the Bush School of Government &amp; Public Service. Other sponsors include the International Student Association, Department of Residence Life and the Anthropology Department at Texas A&amp;M.</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Conference|Exhibit/Performance|Reception|Symposium|Mentorship Opportunity|","image":"","owner":"Texas A&M University MSC Freshman Leadership International (MSC FLI)","department":"College Station","addinfo":"<p>All three components of the Wildlife Warriors program are free, but reservations are required by 5 PM on Monday, April 22nd, as attendance is limited.</p> <p>Register at this link: fli.tamu.edu/wildlife-warriors/.<br /> <br /> FLI email: fli@msc.tamu.edu<br /> FLI website: fli.msc.tamu.edu</p> <p>MB Points - 400 points for attending the entire event.</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"Texas A&M University MSC Freshman Leadership International (MSC FLI)","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/23/19 4-8 PM","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"Rhonda","colname":"Collins","cophone":"9798451515","coemail":"rhonda@tamu.edu","website":"fli.tamu.edu/wildlife-warriors/","location":"Memorial Student Center - Bethancourt Ballroom C","address1":"275 Joe Routt Bl","address2":"","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"MSC / 0454","latlong":"30.61229, -96.34121","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=0454","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#676","kronos":"400","focus":"Innovation|Leadership|","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"event251","itemid":677,"title":"Wildlife Warriors: Poaching - A National Security Issue Q&A","description":"<p>Texas A&amp;M University MSC Freshman Leadership International (MSC FLI) will host The Wildlife Warriors: The Fight Against Poaching. The&nbsp;program includes International Union for Conservation of Nature environmental justice expert Tina Lain and Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement researcher Andrew Lemieux.<br /> &nbsp;</p> <p>Poaching: A National Security Issue: The epidemic and the consequences of wildlife crimes is the topic of a presentation by Lain and Lemieux who have extensive experience in wildlife conservation and environmental justice issues. Following the presentation, both speakers will sit for a discussion with, Dr. Leslie E. Ruyle, conservation ecologist and assistant director of the Scowcroft Institute at the Bush School of Government &amp; Public Service. During this conversation, the three will discuss the importance of the fight against poaching, as well as address questions asked by audience members beginning at 4 p.m.</p> ","category":"events","subcat":"Conference|Exhibit/Performance|Fair/Festival|Reception|","image":"","owner":"Texas A&M University MSC Freshman Leadership International (MSC FLI)","department":"","addinfo":"<p>All three components of the Wildlife Warriors program are free, but reservations are required by 5 PM on Monday, April 22nd, as attendance is limited.</p> <p>Register at this link: fli.tamu.edu/wildlife-warriors/.</p> <p>FLI email: fli@msc.tamu.edu<br /> FLI website: fli.msc.tamu.edu</p> <p>The three-part program will feature:</p> <p>Poaching: A National Security Issue: The epidemic and the consequences of wildlife crimes is the topic of a presentation by Lain and Lemieux who have extensive experience in wildlife conservation and environmental justice issues. Following the presentation, both speakers will sit for a discussion with, Dr. Leslie E. Ruyle, conservation ecologist and assistant director of the Scowcroft Institute at the Bush School of Government &amp; Public Service. During this conversation, the three will discuss the importance of the fight against poaching, as well as address questions asked by audience members beginning at 4 p.m.</p> <p>Meet the Warriors Reception: Program participants are invited to enjoy light refreshments and mingle with the featured speakers. Additionally, various wildlife conservation organizations will host informational tables where attendees can learn about the local fight against poaching and how they can help from 5-6 p.m.&nbsp;</p> <p>Film Screening of The Last Animals: The documentary will follow the reception. The film, directed by Kate Brooks, follows conservationist groups battling elephant and rhino poachers in Africa, as well as taking an in-depth look at the black markets in Asia and the United States. The screening will be, from 6-7:30 p.m., will be followed by a question and answer session with the speakers from the earlier presentation.</p> <p>The program is organized by the students of MSC Freshman Leadership International. The program is provided in partnership with the Scowcroft Institute, housed at the Bush School of Government &amp; Public Service. Other sponsors include the International Student Association, Department of Residence Life and the Anthropology Department at Texas A&amp;M.</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"Texas A&M University MSC Freshman Leadership International (MSC FLI)","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/23/19 4-5 PM","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"Rhonda","colname":"Collins","cophone":"9798451515","coemail":"rhonda@tamu.edu","website":"fli.tamu.edu/wildlife-warriors/","location":"Memorial Student Center - Bethancourt Ballroom C","address1":"275 Joe Routt Bl","address2":"","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"MSC / 0454","latlong":"30.61229, -96.34121","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=0454","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#677","kronos":"100","focus":"Innovation|Leadership|","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"event252","itemid":678,"title":"Wildlife Warriors: The Last Animals Film Screening","description":"<p>Texas A&amp;M University MSC Freshman Leadership International (MSC FLI) will host The Wildlife Warriors: The Fight Against Poaching. 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Ruyle, conservation ecologist and assistant director of the Scowcroft Institute at the Bush School of Government &amp; Public Service. During this conversation, the three will discuss the importance of the fight against poaching, as well as address questions asked by audience members beginning at 4 p.m.</p> <p>Meet the Warriors Reception: Program participants are invited to enjoy light refreshments and mingle with the featured speakers. Additionally, various wildlife conservation organizations will host informational tables where attendees can learn about the local fight against poaching and how they can help from 5-6 p.m.&nbsp;</p> <p>Film Screening of The Last Animals: The documentary will follow the reception. The film, directed by Kate Brooks, follows conservationist groups battling elephant and rhino poachers in Africa, as well as taking an in-depth look at the black markets in Asia and the United States. The screening will be, from 6-7:30 p.m., will be followed by a question and answer session with the speakers from the earlier presentation.</p> <p>The program is organized by the students of MSC Freshman Leadership International. The program is provided in partnership with the Scowcroft Institute, housed at the Bush School of Government &amp; Public Service. Other sponsors include the International Student Association, Department of Residence Life and the Anthropology Department at Texas A&amp;M.</p> ","accessinfo":"","onsite":"oncampus","course":"Texas A&M University MSC Freshman Leadership International (MSC FLI)","cprereq":"","startdate":"","enddate":"","starttime":"","datecaption":"4/23/19 6-8 PM","timecaption":"","endtime":"","coprefix":"","cofname":"Rhonda","colname":"Collins","cophone":"9798451515","coemail":"rhonda@tamu.edu","website":"fli.tamu.edu/wildlife-warriors/","location":"Memorial Student Center - Bethancourt Ballroom C","address1":"275 Joe Routt Bl","address2":"","city":"College Station","state":"TX","country":"USA","zip":"","building":"MSC / 0454","latlong":"30.61229, -96.34121","locationmap":"https://aggiemap.tamu.edu/?bldg=0454","videos":"https://innovation.tamu.edu/maroonbase#678","kronos":"200","focus":"Innovation|Leadership|","user":"undergrad|grad|postdoc|former|faculty|staff|"},{"id":"event253","itemid":679,"title":"Wildlife Warriors: Meet the Warriors Reception","description":"<p>Texas A&amp;M University MSC Freshman Leadership International (MSC FLI) will host The Wildlife Warriors: The Fight Against Poaching. 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