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Presenter: Daniel Zick, Attorney at the Sinas Dramis Law Firm.","msu:eventid":"1531500819001","msu:sponsorid":"1","msu:inputsponsor":"Administration","msu:displayedsponsor":"public","msu:displayedsponsorurl":"","msu:date":"09/25/2018","msu:time":"7:00pm - 9:00pm","msu:timebegin":"7:00pm","msu:timeend":"9:00pm","msu:timebeginalt":"19:00","msu:timeendalt":"21:00","msu:categoryid":"8","msu:description1":"People's Law School is a program that helps educate Michigan residents about their legal rights and the law. People's Law School connects citizens who want to learn more about the law with local judges, attorneys, professors and other legal experts. The seven-week program begins September 11 and ends October 23. Classes are held every Tuesday evening from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Hannah Community Center in East Lansing. The cost is $25 for the seven-week series or $7 for an individual class. All proceeds go to the James Tuck Memorial Fund. Classes include a lecture with a short break, followed by a question and answer session. Each participant receives their class materials on the evening of the class. Presenter: Daniel Zick, Attorney at the Sinas Dramis Law Firm.","msu:category":"Conferences / Seminars / Lectures","msu:location":"East Lansing Hannah Community Center","msu:location_map":"","msu:price":"$25 registration fee for seven-week session or $7 per individual class.","msu:contact_name":"Terilynne Griffes","msu:contact_phone":"517-394-7500","msu:contact_email":"tlgriffes@sinasdramis.com","msu:url":"https://sinasdramis.com/community-involvement-michigan/peoples-law-school-lansing","msu:recordchangedtime":"2018-07-16 12:22:10"},{"title":"Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Colloquium Series","link":"http://events.msu.edu/main.php?view=event&calendarid=default&eventid=1536168512778-0005","description":"09/27/2018: 11:00am Conferences / Seminars / Lectures SEPTEMBER 6\tJianrong Wang, Michigan State University, CMSE\tGenomics/Proteomics,\tAmy Ralston\r\n\r\nSEPTEMBER 13\tTzumin Lee, Janelia Research Campus of HHMI\tNeurodevelopment and Imaging,\tDavid Arnosti\r\n\r\nSEPTEMBER 20\tJeffrey Peng, University of Notre Dame\tProtein and Ligand Dynamics/Biomolecular NMR,\tCharles Hoogstraten\r\n\r\nSEPTEMBER 27\tKristin Parent, Michigan State University, BMB\tTenure Talk,\tErich Grotewold\r\n\r\nOCTOBER 4\tDaniel Ducat, Michigan State University\tTenure Talk,\tErich Grotewold\r\n\r\nOCTOBER 11\tTBD\tTBD\tTBD\r\n\r\nOCTOBER 18\tDorothea Tholl, Virginia Tech\tTepenoid Biosynthesis and Function,\tBjoern Hamberger\r\n\r\nOCTOBER 25\tNiall Mangan, Northwestern University\tBiofuel/Bacterial Compartments,\tMichaela TerAvest\r\n\r\nNOVEMBER 1\tJian Hu, Michigan State University\tTenure Talk,\tErich Grotewold\r\n\r\nNOVEMBER 8\tVanessa Phelan, University of Colorado, Denver\tMass Spectrometry of Microbe Interactions,\r\n\tRob Quinn\r\nNOVEMBER 15\tZhihong Wang, University of the Sciences, Philadelphia\tRAF Kinase Regulation,\tEric Hegg\r\n\r\nNOVEMBER 29\tGreg Voth, University of Chicago\r\n\tSWEELEY LECTURE: Multi-scale Modeling,\tAlex Dickson\r\nDECEMBER 6\tRachelle Gaudet, Harvard\tMembranes, transporters, channels,\tXiangshu Jin","msu:eventid":"1536168512778-0005","msu:sponsorid":"1","msu:inputsponsor":"Administration","msu:displayedsponsor":"Biochemistry & Molecular Biology","msu:displayedsponsorurl":"https://bmb.natsci.msu.edu","msu:date":"09/27/2018","msu:time":"11:00am - 11:59pm","msu:timebegin":"11:00am","msu:timeend":"11:59pm","msu:timebeginalt":"11:00","msu:timeendalt":"23:59","msu:categoryid":"8","msu:description1":"SEPTEMBER 6\tJianrong Wang, Michigan State University, CMSE\tGenomics/Proteomics,\tAmy Ralston\r\n\r\nSEPTEMBER 13\tTzumin Lee, Janelia Research Campus of HHMI\tNeurodevelopment and Imaging,\tDavid Arnosti\r\n\r\nSEPTEMBER 20\tJeffrey Peng, University of Notre Dame\tProtein and Ligand Dynamics/Biomolecular NMR,\tCharles Hoogstraten\r\n\r\nSEPTEMBER 27\tKristin Parent, Michigan State University, BMB\tTenure Talk,\tErich Grotewold\r\n\r\nOCTOBER 4\tDaniel Ducat, Michigan State University\tTenure Talk,\tErich Grotewold\r\n\r\nOCTOBER 11\tTBD\tTBD\tTBD\r\n\r\nOCTOBER 18\tDorothea Tholl, Virginia Tech\tTepenoid Biosynthesis and Function,\tBjoern Hamberger\r\n\r\nOCTOBER 25\tNiall Mangan, Northwestern University\tBiofuel/Bacterial Compartments,\tMichaela TerAvest\r\n\r\nNOVEMBER 1\tJian Hu, Michigan State University\tTenure Talk,\tErich Grotewold\r\n\r\nNOVEMBER 8\tVanessa Phelan, University of Colorado, Denver\tMass Spectrometry of Microbe Interactions,\r\n\tRob Quinn\r\nNOVEMBER 15\tZhihong Wang, University of the Sciences, Philadelphia\tRAF Kinase Regulation,\tEric Hegg\r\n\r\nNOVEMBER 29\tGreg Voth, University of Chicago\r\n\tSWEELEY LECTURE: Multi-scale Modeling,\tAlex Dickson\r\nDECEMBER 6\tRachelle Gaudet, Harvard\tMembranes, transporters, channels,\tXiangshu Jin","msu:category":"Conferences / Seminars / Lectures","msu:location":"101 Biochemistry","msu:location_map":"B930","msu:price":"Free","msu:contact_name":"Zachary F. Burton","msu:contact_phone":"517-353-0859","msu:contact_email":"burton@msu.edu","msu:url":"https://bmb.natsci.msu.edu/research/seminars/bmb-colloquium-series/","msu:recordchangedtime":"2018-09-05 16:31:46"},{"title":"Year of Global Africa: Eye on Africa - Somadoda Fikeni/ Divestment Anniversary","link":"http://events.msu.edu/main.php?view=event&calendarid=default&eventid=1532704257698","description":"09/27/2018: 12:00pm Conferences / Seminars / Lectures Somadoda Fikeni is a leading political commentator on contemporary political issues in South Africa and is a contributing consultant to the BBC. Fikeni, who earned an MSU Ph.D. in political science, was involved in political protest in South Africa before he arrived at MSU.\r\n\r\n\tFikeni will share his perspectives on current political issues in South Africa.","msu:eventid":"1532704257698","msu:sponsorid":"1","msu:inputsponsor":"Administration","msu:displayedsponsor":"African Studies Center","msu:displayedsponsorurl":"","msu:date":"09/27/2018","msu:time":"12:00pm - 1:30pm","msu:timebegin":"12:00pm","msu:timeend":"1:30pm","msu:timebeginalt":"24:00","msu:timeendalt":"13:30","msu:categoryid":"8","msu:description1":"Somadoda Fikeni is a leading political commentator on contemporary political issues in South Africa and is a contributing consultant to the BBC. Fikeni, who earned an MSU Ph.D. in political science, was involved in political protest in South Africa before he arrived at MSU.\r\n\r\n\tFikeni will share his perspectives on current political issues in South Africa.","msu:category":"Conferences / Seminars / Lectures","msu:location":"Rm 201 International Center","msu:location_map":"","msu:price":"","msu:contact_name":"John Metzler","msu:contact_phone":"517-884-2155","msu:contact_email":"metzler@msu.edu","msu:url":"","msu:recordchangedtime":"2018-09-07 10:56:04"},{"title":"Ecology, Evolutionary Biology and Behavior Seminar","link":"http://events.msu.edu/main.php?view=event&calendarid=default&eventid=1536169570653-0003","description":"09/27/2018: 3:30pm Conferences / Seminars / Lectures Seminar hosted by MSU's Ecology, Evolutionary Biology and Behavior Program. \r\n\r\nNathan Sanders\r\nSeptember 13, 2018\r\nNathan Sanders, Environmental Program, University of Vermont\r\n"Using m2 plots, mechanistic experiments and macroecological models to understand biodiversity in a warming world"\r\n3:30 p.m., 1420 BPS (Biomedical Physical Sciences)\r\nContact: Christopher Warneke\r\n\r\nNathan Sanders\r\nSeptember 14, 2018\r\nNathan Sanders, Environmental Program, University of Vermont\r\n"Experimental macroecology: A field in need of experiments and ecology"\r\n10:45 a.m., Stack 237\r\nContact: Nick Haddad\r\n\r\nSteven Gray\r\nSeptember 20, 2018\r\nSteven Gray, EEBB DIstinguished Student Speaker\r\nAdvisor: Gary Roloff\r\n"Spatial Ecology and Behavior of Wild Pigs in Michigan"\r\n3:30 p.m., 1420 BPS (Biomedical Physical Sciences)\r\n\r\nSarah Saunders\r\nSeptember 27, 2018\r\nSarah Saunders, Quantitative Ecologist, Audubon Society\r\n"Careers Outside of Academia"\r\n3:30 p.m., 1420 BPS (Biomedical Physical Sciences)\r\nContact: Elise Zipkin\r\n\r\nEmily Henry\r\nSeptember 27, 2018\r\nEmily Henry, Assistant Director of Program Development\r\nOffice of Professional and Continuing Education\r\n"Careers Outside of Academia"\r\nOregon State University\r\n3:30 p.m., 1420 BPS (Biomedical Physical Sciences)\r\nContact: Kendra Cheruvelil\r\n\r\nEileen Hebets\r\nOctober 4, 2018\r\nEileen Hebets, Biological Sciences, University Nebraska-Lincoln\r\n"Sensory systems, learning, and communication - insights from the enigmatic world of arachnids"\r\n3:30 p.m., 1420 BPS (Biomedical Physical Science)\r\nContact: Kenna Lehmann\r\n\r\nKaren Maruska\r\nOctober 11, 2018\r\nKaren Maruska, Biological Sciences, Louisiana State University\r\n"Multisensory communication in an African cichlid fish"\r\n3:30 p.m., 1420 BPS (Biomedical Physical Science)\r\nContact: Heather Eisthen\r\n\r\nSarah Converse\r\nOctober 18, 2018\r\nSarah Converse, USGS Fish and Wildlife Research, University of Washington\r\n"Reintroduction biology: directions in science and conservation management"\r\n3:30 p.m., 1420 BPS (Biomedical Physical Science)\r\nContact: Elise Zipkin/Gary Roloff\r\n\r\nTerri Williams\r\nOctober 25, 2018\r\nTerri Williams, Biology, Trinity College\r\n"Adding segments one by one: a tale of posterior elongation in arthropods"\r\n3:30 p.m., 1420 BPS (Biomedical Physical Science)\r\nContact: Savvas Constantinau\r\n\r\nJonathan Pruitt\r\nNovember 1, 2018\r\nJonathan Pruitt, Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology\r\nUniversity of California-Santa Barbara\r\n"Keystone Individuals in Animal Societies: Some Pros and Cons"\r\n3:30 p.m., 1420 BPS (Biomedical Physical Science)\r\nContact: Helen McCreary\r\n\r\nMark Christie\r\nNovember 8, 2018\r\nMark Christie, Biological Sciences, Purdue University\r\n"Rapid evolution in a changing world"\r\n3:30 p.m., 1420 BPS (Biomedical Physical Science)\r\nContact: Kim Scribner\r\n\r\nAndrew Whitehead\r\nNovember 15, 2018\r\nAndrew Whitehead, Biological Sciences, Purdue University\r\n"When evolution is the solution to pollution: The genomic basis of rapid adaptation to extreme environmental change"\r\n3:30 p.m., 1420 BPS (Biomedical Physical Science)\r\nContact: Andrew Thompson\r\n\r\nCharles Derby\r\nNovember 29, 2018\r\nCharles Derby, Neurobiology and Biology, Georgia State University\r\n"Escape by inking: Marine molluscs avoid predators with diverse chemicals and mechanisms"\r\n3:30 p.m., 1420 BPS (Biomedical Physical Science)\r\nContact: Taylor Rupp\r\n\r\nLeslie Ries\r\nDecember 6, 2018\r\nLeslie Ries, Biology, Georgetown University \r\n"Modeling butterfly phenology and phenological mismatch is an increasingly warming world"\r\n3:30 p.m., 1420 BPS (Biomedical Physical Science)\r\nContact: Elise Zipkin\r\n\r\nLeslie Ries\r\nDecember 7, 2018\r\nLeslie Ries, Biology, Georgetown University \r\n"Butterfly thermal ecology: A framework for predicting responses to climate change"\r\n10:45 a.m., 237 Stack\r\nContact: Nick Haddad","msu:eventid":"1536169570653-0003","msu:sponsorid":"1","msu:inputsponsor":"Administration","msu:displayedsponsor":"EEBB Program","msu:displayedsponsorurl":"http://eebb.msu.edu/","msu:date":"09/27/2018","msu:time":"3:30pm - 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September mentors women and youth, especially from disadvantaged communities, to pursue careers in science and genomics. She has also successfully supervised or co-supervised more than 40 postgraduate students and four post-doctoral research fellows.\r\n\r\n\r\n","msu:eventid":"1519914809342","msu:sponsorid":"1","msu:inputsponsor":"Administration","msu:displayedsponsor":"","msu:displayedsponsorurl":"","msu:date":"10/02/2018","msu:time":"2:30pm - 4:00pm","msu:timebegin":"2:30pm","msu:timeend":"4:00pm","msu:timebeginalt":"14:30","msu:timeendalt":"16:00","msu:categoryid":"8","msu:description1":"The Deborah L. Feltz Sport, Exercise and Human Movement Science in Africa Lecture Series will have its inaugural presentation featuring Dr. Alison September.  September will present, "Lessons from the Genomic Code." The biennial series will help bring an African scholar from a higher education institution to present on a topic connected to physical education, exercise science or public health, among other related areas of study.\r\n\r\n\tAlison September is an associate professor and core member of the Health through Physical Activity and Lifestyle Research Centre at the University of Cape Town, South Africa. She studies how molecular genetics underlie complex diseases, specifically biological mechanisms underpinning musculoskeletal soft tissue injuries. Her recent investigations address genetic and non-genetic risk and recovery factors tied to concussion, breast cancer and diabetes mellitus. 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Professor Babou has published extensively on the Muridiyya Muslim order of Senegal. His book, "Fighting the Greater Jihad: Amadu Bamba and the Founding of the Muridiyya of Senegal, 1853-1913" was published by Ohio University Press in 2007. A French version was released by Karthala under the title Le Jihad de l'âme: Amadou Bamba et la foundation de la Mouridiyya (1853-1913) in 2011. \r\n","msu:eventid":"1532703961156","msu:sponsorid":"1","msu:inputsponsor":"Administration","msu:displayedsponsor":"African Studies Center","msu:displayedsponsorurl":"http://africa.isp.msu.edu","msu:date":"10/11/2018","msu:time":"12:00pm - 1:30pm","msu:timebegin":"12:00pm","msu:timeend":"1:30pm","msu:timebeginalt":"24:00","msu:timeendalt":"13:30","msu:categoryid":"8","msu:description1":"About the Speaker:\r\n\r\n\tCheikh A. Babou holds a Ph.D. in African History from Michigan State University. He joined the faculty of the history department of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia in 2002. 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insights from the enigmatic world of arachnids"\r\n3:30 p.m., 1420 BPS (Biomedical Physical Science)\r\nContact: Kenna Lehmann\r\n\r\nKaren Maruska\r\nOctober 11, 2018\r\nKaren Maruska, Biological Sciences, Louisiana State University\r\n"Multisensory communication in an African cichlid fish"\r\n3:30 p.m., 1420 BPS (Biomedical Physical Science)\r\nContact: Heather Eisthen\r\n\r\nSarah Converse\r\nOctober 18, 2018\r\nSarah Converse, USGS Fish and Wildlife Research, University of Washington\r\n"Reintroduction biology: directions in science and conservation management"\r\n3:30 p.m., 1420 BPS (Biomedical Physical Science)\r\nContact: Elise Zipkin/Gary Roloff\r\n\r\nTerri Williams\r\nOctober 25, 2018\r\nTerri Williams, Biology, Trinity College\r\n"Adding segments one by one: a tale of posterior elongation in arthropods"\r\n3:30 p.m., 1420 BPS (Biomedical Physical Science)\r\nContact: Savvas Constantinau\r\n\r\nJonathan Pruitt\r\nNovember 1, 2018\r\nJonathan Pruitt, Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology\r\nUniversity of California-Santa Barbara\r\n"Keystone Individuals in Animal Societies: Some Pros and Cons"\r\n3:30 p.m., 1420 BPS (Biomedical Physical Science)\r\nContact: Helen McCreary\r\n\r\nMark Christie\r\nNovember 8, 2018\r\nMark Christie, Biological Sciences, Purdue University\r\n"Rapid evolution in a changing world"\r\n3:30 p.m., 1420 BPS (Biomedical Physical Science)\r\nContact: Kim Scribner\r\n\r\nAndrew Whitehead\r\nNovember 15, 2018\r\nAndrew Whitehead, Biological Sciences, Purdue University\r\n"When evolution is the solution to pollution: The genomic basis of rapid adaptation to extreme environmental change"\r\n3:30 p.m., 1420 BPS (Biomedical Physical Science)\r\nContact: Andrew Thompson\r\n\r\nCharles Derby\r\nNovember 29, 2018\r\nCharles Derby, Neurobiology and Biology, Georgia State University\r\n"Escape by inking: Marine molluscs avoid predators with diverse chemicals and mechanisms"\r\n3:30 p.m., 1420 BPS (Biomedical Physical Science)\r\nContact: Taylor Rupp\r\n\r\nLeslie Ries\r\nDecember 6, 2018\r\nLeslie Ries, Biology, Georgetown University \r\n"Modeling butterfly phenology and phenological mismatch is an increasingly warming world"\r\n3:30 p.m., 1420 BPS (Biomedical Physical Science)\r\nContact: Elise Zipkin\r\n\r\nLeslie Ries\r\nDecember 7, 2018\r\nLeslie Ries, Biology, Georgetown University \r\n"Butterfly thermal ecology: A framework for predicting responses to climate change"\r\n10:45 a.m., 237 Stack\r\nContact: Nick Haddad","msu:eventid":"1536169570653-0005","msu:sponsorid":"1","msu:inputsponsor":"Administration","msu:displayedsponsor":"EEBB Program","msu:displayedsponsorurl":"http://eebb.msu.edu/","msu:date":"10/11/2018","msu:time":"3:30pm - 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