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IAP 2004 Schedule for Wed Jan 28



09:00 AM
15.952 Special Seminar in Management and Leadership Cancelled 
Human Resources: Looking to the Future  (to 12:00 PM)    10-105
Raman and FTIR Spectroscopy and Microspectroscopy at CMSE  (to 01:00 PM)    Rm. 13-2137


10:00 AM
2004 MITSO Conducting Workshop  (to 10:00 PM)    Killian Hall/ Kresge
DSpace Digital Repository  (to 11:30 AM)    14N-132
Getting Started with Weblogs  (to 11:30 AM)    E52-010
The Quest for Data  (to 12:00 PM)    37-312


10:30 AM
Real Time Optimization for Real World Problems  (to 12:00 PM)    E40-106


12:00 PM
Athena Minicourse: First Course  (to 01:00 PM)    3-343
Better Teaching @ MIT: Planning Recitations  (to 01:00 PM)    9-151
Esperanto Conversation Group  (to 01:00 PM)    W20 Coffeehouse
Holography Lecture Series: Session 2: Stephen Benton and the Holographic Arts  (to 01:00 PM)    MIT Museum
Mindful Communication and Conflict Resolution  (to 01:30 PM)    4-231
Rape Aggression Defense Training (RAD): Rape Aggression Defense Training (RAD)--Morning Sessions  (to 01:30 PM)    See URL for location
TechTime: MIT Personal Calendar Quick Start  (to 01:00 PM)    N42 Demo Center
The Feynman Films: Seeking New Laws  (to 01:30 PM)    6-120
The Frequency of Your Nervous System Determines How You Think, Act, and Feel  (to 01:15 PM)    2-105


12:30 PM
Mindfulness Meditation  (to 02:00 PM)    4-237


01:00 PM
DMSE Graduate Medallion Casting  (to 04:00 PM)    8-014
History and Mystery of the Tarot: The Spreading of the Tarot  (to 02:30 PM)    8-119
Introduction to Human Rights  (to 02:30 PM)    2-147
Pleasures of Poetry: Reading and Discussion of Memorable Poems: Anne Bradstreet  (to 02:00 PM)    14E-304
Skin Care and Make-up  (to 02:30 PM)    4-249
Speech and Hearing Bioscience and Technology Lecture Series: Deaf Culture, Sign Language, and Cochlear Implants  (to 02:00 PM)    E25-111
Writing for Change: Service-Learning Opportunities in Writing Subjects, for Spring 2004  (to 03:00 PM)    14E-310


01:30 PM
Physics in Business-the Adventures of Two Course 8 Graduates in the Free Market  (to 02:30 PM)    6-120
Undergraduate Study Abroad - Questions and Answers  (to 03:30 PM)    56-114


02:00 PM
Endangered Language Series  (to 03:30 PM)    E39-335
Five Lectures in Philosophy and a Panel Discussion: The Aesthetics of Mythmaking in Film  (to 05:00 PM)    1-390
GIS: Working with Digital Elevation Models  (to 04:00 PM)    37-312
MITíS Model Environment, Health and Safety Management System  (to 04:00 PM)    E40-496
PowerPoint Finishing School  (to 03:30 PM)    14N-132
The Aesthetics of Mythmaking in Film  (to 05:00 PM)    1-390


03:00 PM
Brain Food! The Wonders of EECS!: Talking to Computers: An Introduction to Conversational Interfaces  (to 05:00 PM)    34-401
Isshinryu Karate-do at MIT Workout  (to 04:30 PM)    Rockwell Cage
Moving Teaching and Training to the Web  (to 04:00 PM)    Bush Room
Multi-Disciplinary Approaches to Neurobiology at MIT: Pathfinding into the Next Decade: The History of Neuroscience at MIT  (to 04:00 PM)    Whitehead Auditorium
SL@MIT: Sweets & Facts  (to 04:00 PM)    4-253


04:00 PM
Keitai Cool: The Latest in Mobile Phone Lifestyles in Japan and Beyond  (to 05:30 PM)    4-231
Beginning Potter's Wheel: Session II  (to 06:30 PM)    W20-431
Dress for Success Workshop  (to 06:00 PM)    4-249
Psychology of Investing  (to 05:00 PM)    MIT Building 6-120


05:00 PM
Arabic Music and Culture for the Uninitiated  (to 07:00 PM)    4-145
Rape Aggression Defense Training (RAD): Rape Aggression Defense Training (RAD) Defense Training (RAD)--Evening Sessions  (to 07:00 PM)    See URL for location


06:00 PM
Art and Architecture Tour of the Boston Public Library  (to 07:30 PM)    Boston Public Librar
Go Lectures and Workshop: TBD  (to 10:00 PM)    1-246
Marxism Today: The 1917 Russian Revolution: Was Socialism Doomed?  (to 08:00 PM)    1-132
Panhellenic Association Information Session  (to 08:00 PM)    Walker Dining Room
Scrapbooking II  (to 08:00 PM)    E25-117
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
Handbell Ensemble  (to 08:30 PM)    W20-400
MD vs. MD-PhD vs. PhD  (to 08:00 PM)    4-231


07:00 PM
Athena Minicourse: First Course  (to 08:00 PM)    3-343
Chocolate Lollipop Making  (to 09:00 PM)    ESG Kitchen, 24-6XX
Contract Bridge: Beginner's Course  (to 09:00 PM)    4-149
Globalization Sounds Good But Who Pays the Bills?  (to 09:00 PM)    MIT 1-150
Introduction to Tae Kwon Do  (to 09:00 PM)    Exercise Room
Roadkill Buffet's Improv Comedy Workshop!  (to 10:00 PM)    24-121
Taiwanese Cultural Series: Calligraphy Workshop  (to 09:00 PM)    4-145
Tech Model Railroad Club Meeting  (to 10:00 PM)    N52-118


07:15 PM
Kokikai Aikido for Beginners  (to 09:00 PM)    DuPontWrestlers'room


07:30 PM
Sport Taekwondo Practice  (to 09:30 PM)    duPont Bball Court 2


08:00 PM
Athena Minicourse: Working On Athena  (to 09:00 PM)    3-343
Israeli Folk Dancing  (to 11:00 PM)    Lobby 13
LBGT Film Series: The Brandon Teena Story and Boys Don't Cry  (to 11:00 PM)    6-120


08:30 PM
Learn Kendo - The Martial Art of the Samurai  (to 10:30 PM)    T-Club Lounge, Du Po


08:45 PM
Swing Dancing  (to 11:30 PM)    W20 2nd Floor


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


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