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IAP 2004 Schedule for Tue Jan 27

09:00 AM
Joint Operations and Crisis Action Planning  (to 04:00 PM)    E38-714
Microfabrication 101  (to 12:00 PM)    2-105

10:00 AM
Flash for Beginners  (to 12:00 PM)    26-139
Thermal Analysis Capability at CMSE  (to 12:00 PM)    Rm. 13-2137

10:30 AM
Phase II Mathematical Writing  (to 12:00 PM)    2-147

12:00 PM
2004 EAPS Lecture Series: Mars: Icecaps of Mars and Earth  (to 01:00 PM)    54-915
Athena Minicourse: Latex for your Thesis  (to 01:00 PM)    3-343
Better Teaching @ MIT: Presentations and Presence: How to Make an Impact with Your Students  (to 01:00 PM)    9-151
Controlling Your IT Environment  (to 01:30 PM)    2-131
From Jesus to Christ: Part 4: Rise of Christendom  (to 02:00 PM)    4-253
Holography Lecture Series: Session 1: The 3D Window: Fundamentals of Holography  (to 01:00 PM)    MIT Museum
Issues in Technology and Policy Seminar Series: Sustainability of Materials Systems  (to 01:30 PM)    E40-298
USA 101: A Cross-Cultural Workshop  (to 02:00 PM)    4-270
Word User Group  (to 01:00 PM)    N42 Demo Center

12:30 PM
Images of Women Cancelled 

01:00 PM
Introduction to Human Rights  (to 02:30 PM)    2-147
Is Your Web Site Easy to Use?: User-Centered Design Methods and Tools Workshop  (to 03:00 PM)    3-133
Pleasures of Poetry: Reading and Discussion of Memorable Poems: D.H. Lawrence  (to 02:00 PM)    14E-304
Poetry Lab: Hypothesis, Experiment, Outcome  (to 02:30 PM)    2-146
Sushi Making CLASS FULL-REGISTRATION CLOSED  (to 04:00 PM)    E38-615
The Cambridge-MIT Undergraduate Student Exchange Program -- Is it for You?  (to 03:00 PM)    5-231

02:00 PM
DSpace Digital Repository  (to 03:30 PM)    14N-132
Frontiers of Astronomy, Astrophysics, and Space Science: Astronomy with Gravitational Waves  (to 02:30 PM)    37-252
GIS: Working with Map Projections in ArcGIS  (to 05:00 PM)    37-312
Inventing Events: A Workshop  (to 05:00 PM)    10-485
MIT Immigration Lawyer Panel for International Students Cancelled 
So What Exactly Does the Bottom Line at a Company Mean?  (to 03:00 PM)    31-161
The Mysteries of Admissions  (to 03:00 PM)    4-270
Zephyr: Introduction, Customization, and More  (to 04:00 PM)    4-231

02:30 PM
Frontiers of Astronomy, Astrophysics, and Space Science: Detecting Gravitational Waves  (to 03:00 PM)    37-252

03:00 PM
Brain Food! The Wonders of EECS!: Make Your Life Easier by Making Your Computer Smarter  (to 05:00 PM)    34-401
Greek Gods--Human Lives: What We Can Learn From Myths  (to 06:00 PM)    3-133
How to Make Your Public Service Project More Successful!  (to 05:00 PM)    W20-301, PDR 1 & 2
Introduction to CSS  (to 04:00 PM)    9-253
MIT Washington Summer Internship Program Information Sessions  (to 04:00 PM)    2-131
Multi-Disciplinary Approaches to Neurobiology at MIT: Pathfinding into the Next Decade: Bidirectional Communication at Synapses: A Two Way Dance Between Neurons  (to 04:00 PM)    Whitehead Auditorium
The Romanell Phi Beta Kappa Lectures in Philosophy: Democracy as Process and Substance  (to 05:00 PM)    66-168

03:15 PM
Frontiers of Astronomy, Astrophysics, and Space Science: Tour of the Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory Lab  (to 04:15 PM)    37-252

03:30 PM
Approaches to Teaching and Learning: A Scholarly Perspective  (to 05:00 PM)    9-151

04:00 PM
Eloranta Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships: Creating a Winning Proposal  (to 05:00 PM)    4-153
Experience the Way of Tea - Japanese Tea Ceremony  (to 05:30 PM)    Bush Room
Introduction to Metadata  (to 05:00 PM)    14N-132
Tools for Software Development on UNIX  (to 06:00 PM)    4-237

04:30 PM
Rainbow Lounge Open  (to 09:00 PM)    50-306

05:15 PM
Jewish Chassidic Thought  (to 06:15 PM)    W11 Board Room

06:00 PM
Islamic Doctrine: Lecture 5 (POSTPONED)  (to 07:30 PM)    1-150
The Secret Life of C++: What your compiler doesn't want you to know (C++ Internals)  (to 08:00 PM)    1-190

06:30 PM
Alternative Uses for MD Degrees  (to 08:00 PM)    4-231
Handbell Ensemble  (to 08:30 PM)    W20-400
MIT Outing Club Winter School: Topics to Be Determined  (to 08:30 PM)    35-225

07:00 PM
Athena Minicourse: Latex for your Thesis  (to 08:00 PM)    3-343
Ballroom Dance Lessons  (to 09:00 PM)    Lobby 13
Beginning Potter's Wheel: Session IV  (to 10:00 PM)    W20-427
Chocolate Movie Series: Like Water for Chocolate  (to 11:00 PM)    1-135
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
Selections from Middle Eastern Cinema: "Yol" (1981)  (to 09:00 PM)    Room 2-105
Taboo Tournament  (to 09:00 PM)    4-402
The Thirteenth Annual Salute to Dr. Seuss  (to 10:00 PM)    6-120

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

08:00 PM
Athena Minicourse: FrameMaker for your Thesis  (to 09:00 PM)    3-343
Caffeinated Crash Course in C  (to 11:00 PM)    4-270
Concert Band Rehearsal  (to 10:00 PM)    W20-306
Contra Dance for All: An Introduction: IAP WARM-UP BEGINNER'S SPECIAL II  (to 10:30 PM)    Morss Hall
Fun Night! Introduction to Square Dancing  (to 10:30 PM)    Lobdell

09:00 PM
Kokikai Aikido for Beginners  (to 11:00 PM)    DuPont

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