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IAP 2011 Schedule for Wed Jan 26

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

09:00 AM
Conceptual Design in Autodesk Revit Architecture Workshop  (to 04:00 PM)    10-401
Data Management in Stata  (to 12:00 PM)    1-115
Volunteer Consulting Group Project    Location unavailable

09:30 AM
Home Repair Basics: Basic Residential Wiring  (to 12:00 PM)    32-072

10:00 AM
Defining a Career Plan Using Values and Skills  (to 11:30 AM)    4-145
Facing Love & Relationships  (to 01:00 PM)    E51-145
Go Tournament  (to 05:00 PM)    W20-491
Income Inequality in America  (to 11:00 AM)    8-205
Individual Consultations at the Writing and Communication Center  (to 03:00 AM)    12-120
Technical, Scientific, and Professional Communication: Thinking and Talking: Oral Communication in the Classroom  (to 11:30 AM)    12-134
The Marketplace for Ideas  (to 12:00 PM)    E51-376
Tour of the MIT Research Reactor  (to 12:00 PM)    NW12 1st floor desk

10:30 AM
3-D Visualization in Anatomy Education  (to 12:00 PM)    4-149
Introduction to Inverse Methods  (to 12:00 PM)    54-317

11:00 AM
Game Design Challenge: You've Just Got Two Students and a Microphone  (to 04:00 PM)    NE25-375
Health and Wellness Innovation  (to 03:00 PM)    E14-244
Practically Genomic  (to 01:00 PM)    14N-132
Why Nations Fail: The Origins of Poverty and Prosperity  (to 12:00 PM)    E51-151

Truffle-making class  (to ??:00 AM)    McCormick Kitchen

12:00 PM
3d Microsoft Kinect Pixel Vision  (to 02:00 PM)    MIT Media Lab
Better Teaching @ MIT: Planning and Presenting a Lecture  (to 01:00 PM)    2-190
Charm School 2011: Dating Etiquette  (to 01:30 PM)    W20, Coffeehouse
Documentary Film: ‘Countdown to Zero’  (to 02:00 PM)    E40-496
EHS -MS: Building a toolbox for the EHS Coordinator  (to 01:30 PM)    N52-496
Employment Regulations for F-1 Students  (to 01:30 PM)    5-134
Issues in Technology and Policy Seminar Series: Status and Evolution of the US Air Traffic Control System  (to 01:30 PM)    E51-057
MIT Hummus Experience: The Annual Hummus Taste Off  (to 01:00 PM)    bldg 10 Bush Room
Quarterly Market Update  (to 01:00 PM)    W20-306
RECYCLING CULTURE: Waste as a Creative Medium  (to 03:00 PM)    W20-4th fl.Student A
StarCraft 2 Map Editing  (to 03:00 PM)    NE25-311
The Feynman Films: The Distinction of Past and Future  (to 01:00 PM)    6-120
Twenty Classic French Films and Why They Are Good for You  (to 01:00 PM)    E14-493

12:30 PM
Graphics in Stata  (to 02:30 PM)    1-115
On your way to 2014....Making the Transition to Sophomore Year: Get a Jump Start on Your Sophomore Year  (to 01:30 PM)    PDR 1 & 2 (W20)

01:00 PM
Camera Clinic  (to 04:30 PM)    E14-493
Demystifying Fair Use – an interactive workshop for users of copyrighted content  (to 02:15 PM)    4-145
Inspiration from Nature: Biomimicry Design Competition Preparatory Lectures  (to 03:00 PM)    66-160
Introduction to Corp. Credit Analysis Cancelled 
MIT Washington Summer Internship Program Information Sessions  (to 02:00 PM)    4-149
Pleasures of Poetry: Wayne Koestenbaum, Thom Gunn  (to 02:00 PM)    14E-304
Tax Issues for Employees and Entrepreneurs  (to 04:00 PM)    E51-376

01:30 PM
Designing Your Life  (to 04:30 PM)    E51-145
MIT Physics Lecture Series:h

Taking A Break From Theoretical Physics By Thinking About Policy Formation  (to 02:30 PM)    6-120

02:00 PM
An Introduction to Genome Rearrangements in Evolution and Cancer: A Computational Perspective  (to 03:30 PM)    76-259
Fun with Robots  (to 03:00 PM)    2-136
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Workshops: Site Selection - Making Spatial Decisions Using a GIS  (to 04:00 PM)    DIRC (14N-132)
Introduction to Surface Analysis Part 2: Scanned Probe Microscopies  (to 05:00 PM)    Room 13-2137
Mechanics ReView  (to 04:00 PM)    26-152

02:30 PM
POWER SYSTEMS ECONOMICS IN THEORY/-IES AND IN REAL LIFE: Market Power: how can it be measured – proved?  (to 04:00 PM)    E52-175

03:00 PM
Brazilian Culture: from National to Transnational identities  (to 05:30 PM)    14N-217
From Bath Tub to Warehouse .... Lab to Launch!  (to 06:00 PM)    32-155
Philanthropy Business Plan Boot camp  (to 04:30 PM)    56-154
Play StarCraft 2  (to 05:00 PM)    NE25-311
Starting Up Your Startup  (to 04:30 PM)    1-190
Transportation technology, Trade and Globalization  (to 04:00 PM)    E51-057

04:00 PM
Eloranta Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship Information Session  (to 05:00 PM)    4-153
StarCraft 2 Map Editing  (to 05:00 PM)    NE25-311

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
Advanced C  (to 07:00 PM)    3-133
Bluespec  (to 06:00 PM)    1-115
EndNote Basics  (to 06:00 PM)    14N-132 (DIRC)
Inventors! Make the Most of MIT  (to 06:00 PM)    32-141

05:15 PM
Introduction to Shotokan Karate  (to 07:00 PM)    W31-225
The Reason for God - free dinner and discussion: How Can God Be Full of Love and Wrath at the Same Time?  (to 07:30 PM)    email for location

05:30 PM
Beyond Stereotypes and Biased Plots: Learning How to Critically Watch Film and Television in the 21st Century: Issues of Gender Representation  (to 08:00 PM)    2-105
Class of 2015 Early Action Telethon  (to 11:00 PM)    Bush Room 10-105

06:00 PM
"The Good Body": Gay, Bi, and Trans Men Talking about Body Image  (to 07:00 PM)    50-005
Building East Asian Musical Instruments: Construction of East Asian Musical Instruments Cancelled 
EECS Teaching Assistant Workshop: How to Teach Effectively  (to 07:30 PM)    34-401A
Graduate Resident Tutor Information Session  (to 07:00 PM)    E51-151
Harry Potter Year 7: Hogwarts Under Siege  (to 12:00 PM)    Varies
Introduction to Allopathy:  The unique philosophy of non-alternative medicine  (to 07:00 PM)    4-231
Introduction to Latex  (to 08:00 PM)    1-115
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
B’Seder: An Interactive Evening of Art and the Polish-Jewish Narrative  (to 08:00 PM)    The Media Lab, E14-1
Change Ringing in the Tower  (to 09:00 PM)    see below
The Life and Death of John Carpenter: A Film Symposium: They Live  (to 09:30 PM)    32-155

07:00 PM
Career Management: What is it and how to do it?  (to 08:30 PM)    6-120
Chinese Painting, Bamboo  (to 09:30 PM)    W20-427
Introduction to Gum Bichromate Printing - soup to nuts  (to 09:00 PM)    W20-426
Isshinryu karate-do  (to 09:00 PM)    m57-168/170
MIT Marine Robotics Team Autonomous Underwater Robots  (to 10:00 PM)    N52-318
Making Sense of the Healthcare Reform Laws  (to 08:00 PM)    4-231
Repair of Basic Laboratory Equipment  (to 08:30 PM)    68-089
Tour of Wallace Astrophysical Observatory  (to 11:00 PM)    Wallace Observatory

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 II)  (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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