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IAP 2011 Schedule for Wed Jan 19

08:00 AM
Morning Meditation  (to 09:00 AM)    Bexley - Room 101

08:30 AM
Photography  (to 04:00 PM)    34-401

09:00 AM
Developing Massively Scalable Cloud Applications using Spring  (to 04:00 PM)    Haus Room - 36-428
Men and Women in the Workplace: How to Construct a Successful Life at Work and at Home  (to 05:00 PM)    E62-223
Science Policy Bootcamp  (to 03:00 PM)    56-114
Volunteer Consulting Group Project    Location unavailable
Web Application Capture the Flag Competition Cancelled 

09:30 AM
Leadership in the 21st Century: Activating the Power within, Aligning with the Possibilities Ahead  (to 12:30 PM)    E51-345

10:00 AM
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Workshops: Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS)  (to 12:00 PM)    DIRC (14N-132)
Individual Consultations at the Writing and Communication Center  (to 03:00 AM)    12-120
Introduction to Welding  (to 12:00 PM)    8-014
The Distaff Arts: Medieval Clothing Technology  (to 04:00 PM)    E51-095
The MathWorks Sessions: MathWorks Session III  (to 04:00 PM)    4-163

10:30 AM
Introduction to Nuclear Power  (to 12:00 PM)    4-149
Student Systems Next Generation: A Review of the Education Systems Roadmap  (to 12:00 PM)    3-270

11:00 AM
Game Design Challenge: You've Just Got Two Students and a Microphone  (to 04:00 PM)    NE25-375
Plasma Science and Fusion Center IAP Series: Fifty Years of Fusion  (to 12:00 PM)    NW17-218
Sky Art Event by Otto Piene: Help Produce an Historic Art Project  (to 12:00 PM)    MIT Museum, N51

12:00 PM
2011 EAPS Lecture Series: Highlights from 150 years of EAPS at MIT: Father of Chaos: The Life and Times of Edward N. Lorenz  (to 01:00 PM)    54-915
3d Microsoft Kinect Pixel Vision  (to 02:00 PM)    MIT Media Lab
Basic Mediation Skills Workshop - 32 hour training    Location unavailable
Basics of Investing  (to 01:00 PM)    W20-306; 20 Chimneys
Issues in Technology and Policy Seminar Series: IT-Enabled Electricity Services: The Missing Piece of the Environmental Puzzle  (to 01:30 PM)    E51-145
Job Search 911 (webinar)  (to 01:00 PM)    online (see below)
Patent Searching Fundamentals  (to 01:00 PM)    14N-132
Portfolio Diversification  (to 01:00 PM)    32-144
Professional Portfolio Selection Techniques: From Markowitz to Innovative Engineering: Introduction to Portfolio Management Techniques Part I  (to 01:30 PM)    56-154
Professional Portfolio Selection Techniques: From Markowitz to Innovative Engineering: Introduction to Portfolio Management Techniques Part 2  (to 01:30 PM)    56-154
The Feynman Films: Symmetry in Physical Law  (to 01:00 PM)    6-120

12:30 PM
On your way to 2014....Making the Transition to Sophomore Year: Get To Know Your Faculty  (to 01:30 PM)    Mezzanine (W20)

01:00 PM
Apps4Academics: iPhone/iPad apps & mobile web sites for your Academic Life  (to 02:30 PM)    E25-401
Engineer Your Own Bacteria: Creating Circuits in Biology  (to 04:30 PM)    Stata Biolab
Health and Wellness Innovation  (to 03:00 PM)    E14-244
Home Repair Basics: Household Plumbing  (to 03:30 PM)    E19-127
Inspiration from Nature: Biomimicry Design Competition Preparatory Lectures  (to 03:00 PM)    66-160
Introduction to Blacksmithing    Location unavailable
Introduction to Chinese Calligraphy  (to 03:00 PM)    E40-496
Introduction to Welding  (to 03:00 PM)    8-014
Planning, Funding, and Implementing Transportation Projects in the Real World (or How It Really Works)  (to 04:30 PM)    9-450
Pleasures of Poetry: Timothy Donnelly  (to 02:00 PM)    14E-304
You Don't Know Me Until You Know Me  (to 03:00 PM)    E15 - Bartos Theatre

01:30 PM
MIT Physics Lecture Series:e

How Gravity Delays, Deflects, Distorts and Bends Our View of the Astronomical Universe  (to 02:30 PM)    6-120
Stellar NG Overview & Training  (to 02:30 PM)    1-134

02:00 PM
BIOBASE Training  (to 04:00 PM)    14N-132 (DIRC)
Climate Change 102: U.S. and International Climate Policy Options  (to 04:00 PM)    E51-149
Four Nuclear Lectures: Nuclear Proliferation  (to 03:00 PM)    5-233
Introduction to Surface Analysis Part 1: Auger Electron Spectroscopy and XPS  (to 05:00 PM)    Room 13-2137
Mechanics ReView  (to 04:00 PM)    26-152
State of the Job Market: A Town Hall Meeting with Melanie Parker, Executive Director, MIT Global Education and Career Development (GECD)  (to 03:00 PM)    4-231

02:30 PM
"The financial crisis -- what we do and don't understand."  (to 03:30 PM)    E51-395
Outwitting History, Bringing Yiddish Literature Back: Outwitting History: The Amazing Adventures of a Man Who Rescued a Million Yiddish Books  (to 03:30 PM)    E51-285

03:00 PM
A Sampling of Careers in Biology: Science Education & Outreach  (to 04:30 PM)    32-155
Brazilian Culture: from National to Transnational identities  (to 05:30 PM)    14N-217
Intellectual Property Clinic: A roadmap for managing IP  (to 05:00 PM)    4-145
Intro to EE and CS Mini-Lecture Series  (to 04:00 PM)    34-101
Introduction to Blacksmithing    Location unavailable
Plasma Science and Fusion Center IAP Series: An Alcator chronicle, or What happened to Alcator B?  (to 04:00 PM)    NW17-218
UN Climate Roundtable: What should we expect from the UN climate negotiation process? A Discussion of International Climate Governance  (to 04:00 PM)    5-231

03:30 PM
Chocolate Factory Tour at the  Taza Chocolate Company   (to 05:30 PM)    Meet at W11

04:00 PM
Become a Game Master for an Educational Alternate Reality Game!  (to 06:00 PM)    E15-301
Hidden Secrets of Getting the Perfect Job  (to 06:00 PM)    32-124
How Baseball, Poker and Fermat Teach Us The Best Way to Elect the President  (to 05:30 PM)    37-212

04:30 PM
Intro to Abstract Painting  (to 07:00 PM)    W20-427
Wednesday Beginning Clay  (to 07:00 PM)    W20-431

05:00 PM
Debathena Training  (to 10:30 PM)    3-133
Finding your career in non-profits  (to 06:30 PM)    4-231
Introduction to Blacksmithing    Location unavailable
Introduction to Latex  (to 07:00 PM)    1-115
Managing your references: Overview of EndNote, RefWorks and Zotero  (to 06:15 PM)    14N-132 (DIRC)

05:15 PM
Introduction to Shotokan Karate  (to 07:00 PM)    W31-225

05:30 PM
Ham Radio Clue  (to 07:30 PM)    4-270
Pre-Natal Swim Course - Monday Evening  (to 06:15 PM)    Alumni Pool
The Reason for God - free dinner and discussion: What Gives You the Right to Tell Me How to Live My Life?  (to 07:15 PM)    Baker Hall - TV room

06:00 PM
Building East Asian Musical Instruments: Construction of East Asian Musical Instruments Cancelled 
Oriental Instrument Workshop    Location unavailable
Pre-Masters: An Introduction to Swim Workouts- Mon/Wed Evenings  (to 07:00 PM)    Alumni Pool
Workshop in building East Asian Musical Instruments Cancelled 

06:15 PM
Adult Beginning Swim - Mon/Wed Evening  (to 07:15 PM)    Z Center

06:30 PM
Change Ringing in the Tower  (to 09:00 PM)    see below
The Life and Death of John Carpenter: A Film Symposium: The Thing  (to 09:30 PM)    32-155

07:00 PM
Chinese Painting, Bamboo  (to 09:30 PM)    W20-427
Go Workshop/Meetings  (to 10:00 PM)    W20, PDR 1/2
Introduction to Ruby on Rails  (to 09:00 PM)    4-237
Isshinryu karate-do  (to 09:00 PM)    m57-168/170
MIT Marine Robotics Team Autonomous Underwater Robots  (to 10:00 PM)    N52-318
Sneak Peak at GNOME 3  (to 08:00 PM)    32-124

07:15 PM
Adult Intermediate Swim- Mon/Wed Evening  (to 08:15 PM)    Z Center

07:30 PM
A Crash Course in the Neuropsychology of Music (Part I)  (to 09:30 PM)    E25-119
Medieval and Renaissance Dance  (to 09:30 PM)    36-112
Wednesday Intermediate Wheelthrowing  (to 10:00 PM)    W20-431

08:00 PM
Israeli Folk Dancing  (to 11:00 PM)    W20-491
Learning Squash: the Fundamentals  (to 09:00 PM)    Zesiger Center

09:00 PM
Introduction to American Jiu Jitsu Self Defense  (to 11:00 PM)    DuPont Wrestling Roo

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