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IAP 2004 Schedule for Thu Jan 22

09:30 AM
How Do We Know What We Are Doing Is Actually What We Think We Are Doing: Using Assessment to Measure Effectiveness and Create Change In Programs  (to 11:30 AM)    1-135

10:00 AM
Flash for Beginners  (to 12:00 PM)    26-139
Introduction to Social Science Data  (to 11:00 AM)    E53-220
Leadership Empowerment: Becoming a Dynamic and Effective Leader in your FSILG  (to 12:30 PM)    TBA
OpenCourseWare: A New Model for Open Sharing  (to 11:00 AM)    2-105
Quantum Algorithms: Promise, Present and Prospect: Lecture 2: The Present  (to 11:00 AM)    NW14-1112
Seeing and Thinking with Color  (to 04:00 PM)    E15-283A
Tour of Boston-Area EECS Companies  (to 05:00 PM)    Building 39 Lobby
Two Decades of Rising U.S. Inequality: Who or What is to Blame?  (to 11:30 AM)    E51-145

10:30 AM
Airline Security: A Lost Cause?  (to 12:00 PM)    E40-106
Introduction to GIS  (to 11:30 AM)    4-237

11:00 AM
A Sampling of Careers in Biology: Career Options in Law for Ph.D.s in Life Sciences  (to 01:00 PM)    68-181
Design a Space Elevator  (to 12:00 PM)    5-233
Entangling Electrons: LECTURE 2: ENTANGLING ELECTRONS  (to 12:00 AM)    NW14-1112
Highlights of Aeronautics and Astronautics: From the Earth to the Moon  (to 12:00 PM)    33-206
Programming in PostScript  (to 12:00 PM)    2-131

12:00 PM
2004 EAPS Lecture Series: Mars: The History of Robot Exploration of Mars  (to 01:00 PM)    54-915
Are You Suffering?: Clinical Trials and Patient Selection: Part 1  (to 05:00 PM)    E51-278
Athena Minicourse: Matlab  (to 01:00 PM)    3-343
Carnivorous Plants: Survey of Nature's Savage Garden  (to 01:00 PM)    1-134
Computer Refurbishing Class  (to 03:00 PM)    4-149
Esperanto Conversation Group  (to 01:00 PM)    W20 Coffeehouse
Parent Workshop: Helping Our Middle and High School Children Learn Cancelled 
READ@MIT  (to 01:00 PM)    Humanities Library
Web Publishers User Group  (to 01:00 PM)    N42 Demo Center

12:30 PM
Pills, Patches, and Rings: New Contraceptive Technologies  (to 02:00 PM)    4-237

01:00 PM
Creating Accessible PDFs  (to 03:00 PM)    3-133
Introduction to Human Rights  (to 02:30 PM)    2-147
Meet ERIC!  (to 02:00 PM)    14N-132
Pleasures of Poetry: Reading and Discussion of Memorable Poems: Chaucer  (to 02:00 PM)    14E-304
Research in Mechanical Engineering: Laboratory Tours: Precision Motion Control Lab  (to 01:30 PM)    35-030
The Cambridge-MIT Undergraduate Student Exchange Program -- Is it for You?  (to 03:00 PM)    5-231

02:00 PM
Build a Rube-Goldberg Machine!  (to 06:00 PM)    Lobby 10
Exploring Quantum Chaos with Quantum Computers: Lecture 2: Measuring Signatures of Quantum Chaos on a Quantum Computer  (to 03:30 PM)    NW14-1112
Intro to Stellar for First-timers  (to 03:00 PM)    N42-Demo Center
Introduction to Chinese Calligraphy  (to 04:00 PM)    E38-714
Research in Mechanical Engineering: Laboratory Tours: Non-linear Dynamics Lab  (to 02:30 PM)    3-338
Understanding the Arab-Israeli Conflict  (to 05:00 PM)    4-163
What's in a Map?: Can Social Systems Be Mapped Like Geographic Regions?  (to 05:00 PM)    33-419
What's in a Map?  (to 05:00 PM)    33-419
What's in a Map?: Can Social Systems Be Mapped Like Geographic Regions?  (to 05:00 PM)    33-419

02:30 PM
Persuasive Proposals  (to 04:30 PM)    1-134

03:00 PM
Brain Food! The Wonders of EECS!: MEMS -- Microelectromechanical Systems -- Careers & Research  (to 05:00 PM)    34-401
Finding Financial Support for the Course VI MEng Year  (to 05:00 PM)    34-101
Intellectual Property at MIT: Patent Searching Fundamentals  (to 04:30 PM)    56-114
Internship Searching for Engineers: Part 3: Interviewing for Internships  (to 04:30 PM)    24-115
Multi-Disciplinary Approaches to Neurobiology at MIT: Pathfinding into the Next Decade: What the Retina Says to the Developing Brain and How the Brain Talks Back  (to 04:00 PM)    Whitehead Auditorium
Rituals of Defense: Mobilizing the Kharabagh Movement (Armenia, 1988-1990)  (to 04:00 PM)    16-220
The Romanell Phi Beta Kappa Lectures in Philosophy: Democracy’s Public Reason  (to 05:00 PM)    66-168
What's the Melting Point of H2O?: Finding Materials Properties Information  (to 04:00 PM)    14N-132

03:30 PM
Mathematics Department Music Recital  (to 05:30 PM)    Killian Recital Hall

04:00 PM
How to Find a UROP  (to 05:00 PM)    54-100
Tools for Software Development on UNIX  (to 06:00 PM)    4-237

04:30 PM
How to Concentrate, Minor or Major in 21L Literature  (to 06:00 PM)    14E-304

05:00 PM
"Environmental Struggles": A Film Series  (to 07:00 PM)    16-220
Living the Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.: Exploring the Past and Changing the Future: Discussing Race in Comparative Perspective  (to 07:00 PM)    14E-310
Origami Workshop  (to 06:00 PM)    E53-218

06:00 PM
Islamic Doctrine: Lecture 4  (to 07:30 PM)    1-150
Learning Greek Dances  (to 08:00 PM)    Room 407-Stud.Center
The Ancient Art & History of the Torah, Tfillin, and Mezuzah  (to 07:00 PM)    W11 Board Room
Understanding Common Security Exploits  (to 08:00 PM)    4-237

06:30 PM
Biology Movies Gone Bad  (to 09:00 PM)    68-181
Change Ringing in the Tower  (to 09:00 PM)    Lobby 7
MIT Outing Club Winter School: Advanced Winter Travel  (to 08:30 PM)    35-225
The Spirit of Awakening: An Introduction to Bodhicitta  (to 08:00 PM)    MIT Chapel

07:00 PM
Arabic Line Dancing: Dabka  (to 09:00 PM)    Thu 4-145,Tues 4-159
Athena Minicourse: Matlab  (to 08:00 PM)    3-343
Ballroom Dance Lessons  (to 09:00 PM)    La Sala
How Scoville You Go?  (to 08:00 PM)    2-136
Information Security: Mastering the Ten Domains: Physical Security, Operations Security, Security Management, Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery Cancelled 
Intermediate Argentine Tango Classes  (to 08:30 PM)    Walker Memorial
Introduction to Tabla, the Ancient Indian Drums: Taal Tintaal    Location unavailable
Korean Karate: The Art of Tae Kwon Do  (to 09:00 PM)    duPont Dance Studio
Learning African Culture through Swahili  (to 08:00 PM)    24-619
Oy!! Learn a Bisl Yiddish  (to 08:30 PM)    Room 1-135
Reverence and Irreverence: Contemporary Films about Faith: "Dogma"  (to 10:00 PM)    4-270
Terrascope Arctic Film Series  (to 09:00 PM)    16-177
The Science of Chocolate  (to 10:00 PM)    66-144

07:30 PM
Judo  (to 09:00 PM)    DuPont WrestlingRoom
Visual Mathematics  (to 09:00 PM)    24-619

08:00 PM
Athena Minicourse: Maple  (to 09:00 PM)    3-343
Concert Band Rehearsal  (to 10:00 PM)    W20-306
SAVE Movie Night-- The Lorax  (to 09:00 PM)    2-105

09:00 PM
American Jiu-Jitsu Self Defense @ MIT  (to 10:30 PM)    DuPont Wrestling Rm.

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