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Wednesday Morning Fellows' Conference

University of Utah - Health Sciences Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Pulmonary. Full Description: Wednesday Morning Fellows' Conference. Event Contact Name: Layla Atwood. Event Contact Phone: 8015817807. Event Contact Email: layla.atwood@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM. Renzetti Conference Room, 745 Wintrobe.

Peds Cath Conference

University of Utah - Health Sciences Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Surgery. Division: Cardiothoracic Surgery. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: Peds Cath Conference. Event Contact Name: Kelly Pickering. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6740. Event Contact Email: kelly.pickering@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM. PCH Auditorium.

MSIS & MSBA Webinar Information Session n

David Eccles School of Business Webinars include information about three of our programs: MSIS, MSIS Online, and MS Business Analytics. We will also talk about admissions, scholarships, and career services for each program. After you register, you will be emailed the links to access the webinar at least 24 hours before it begins. Please note that all times are MST. Cost: Free. Ticket URL: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/msis-msba-information-session-webinar-november-13th-2019-registration-76837648475. Contact Name: Michelle Franchina. Contact Phone: 801-581-2289. Contact Email: Michelle.Franchina@Eccles.Utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM. Online.

Geography Awareness Week: GIS Day- Career Panel Discussion

College of Social & Behavioral Science GIS DAY Career Panel Discussion, 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM Hinckley Caucus Room – GC 2018 Meet Geographers and learn about their careers in GIS and Remote Sensing. Campus Locations: Carolyn and Kem Gardner Commons (GC). Alternate Location: Hinckley Caucus Room. Room Name/Number: GC 2018. Contact Name: Stacy Morris. Contact Email: stacy.morris@geog.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM.

Office Hour - Madi

Undergraduate Research Make an appointment with Madi or just stop by to talk about anything related to your research! The Undergraduate Research Leaders are an excellent resource for you in regard to OUR program information and requirements, research dissemination guidance and practice, and to get the student perspective on all of these topics! Campus Locations: Sill Center - Sterling (SILL). Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM.

Geography Awareness Week: Humanitarian Mapping Party

College of Social & Behavioral Science Humanitarian Mapping Party, 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM GC 3825 Join the Geography Department as we put vulnerable communities on the map. Campus Locations: Carolyn and Kem Gardner Commons (GC). Room Name/Number: GC 3825. Contact Name: Stacy Morris. Contact Email: stacy.morris@geog.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM.

WellnessNOW - Mind Well - RD Approved Workshop

University of Utah - Health Sciences Intuitive Eating - Come learn about a non-diet approach to health that helps you recognize and listen to your internal cues, break the cycle of chronic dieting, and heal your relationship with food. Participants will have the opportunity to experience a guided mindful eating activity. Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: Intuitive Eating - Come learn about a non-diet approach to health that helps you recognize and listen to your internal cues, break the cycle of chronic dieting, and heal your relationship with food. Participants will have the opportunity to experience a guided mindful eating activity. Event Contact Name: Britta Trepp. Event Contact Phone: (801) 213-3777. Event Contact Email: wellnessnow@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 11:30 AM – 12:00 PM. South Jordan Health Center - Daybreak Conference Room A & B. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Practicum Lunch and Learn

College of Social Work Students are invited to learn about Valley Behavioral Health and what a practicum placement at this agency might entail.  Lunch will be provided.  Advance registration is not required. Campus Locations: College of Social Work (SW). Room Name/Number: 155-A. Cost: Free. Contact Name: Diane Buck. Contact Phone: 801.585.7811. Contact Email: Diane.Buck@socwk.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Biomedical Engineering Undergraduate Colloquium: Chris Butson

Biomedical Engineering Neuromodulation Therapy: Computational Modeling & Clinical Applications Speaker: Chris Butson. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Filter View Value: Colloquia. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 11:50 AM – 12:50 PM. SMBB 4100.

Pediatrics teleECHO

University of Utah - Health Sciences Take advantage of this case-based learning opportunity to collaborate with experts within the Department of Pediatrics on commonly diagnosed and treated pediatric health conditions in primary care. Learn best practices, including proper screening tools, pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatments, and how to address common concerns from parents. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: Health Sciences Programs. Departments: Project ECHO. Event Type: Education. Seminar Series. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Take advantage of this case-based learning opportunity to collaborate with experts within the Department of Pediatrics on commonly diagnosed and treated pediatric health conditions in primary care. Learn best practices, including proper screening tools, pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatments, and how to address common concerns from parents. Event Contact Name: Christina Choate. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-2252. Event Contact Email: christina.choate@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Videoconference (Zoom). For more info visit physicians.utah.edu.

WellnessNOW - Mind Well - RD Approved Workshop

University of Utah - Health Sciences Intuitive Eating - Come learn about a non-diet approach to health that helps you recognize and listen to your internal cues, break the cycle of chronic dieting, and heal your relationship with food. Participants will have the opportunity to experience a guided mindful eating activity. Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: Intuitive Eating - Come learn about a non-diet approach to health that helps you recognize and listen to your internal cues, break the cycle of chronic dieting, and heal your relationship with food. Participants will have the opportunity to experience a guided mindful eating activity. Event Contact Name: Britta Trepp. Event Contact Phone: (801) 213-3777. Event Contact Email: wellnessnow@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 12:00 PM – 12:30 PM. South Jordan Health Center - Daybreak Conference Room A & B. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Heart Failure Conference

University of Utah - Health Sciences Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Cardiovascular Medicine. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Full Description: "Pathophysiology and diagnosis of Pulmonary Hypertension" - John Ryan, MD. Event Contact Name: Tiffany Nguyen. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-7707. Event Contact Email: tiffany.nguyen@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Tyler Room, 4A440.

ID Fellows Didactic Conference

University of Utah - Health Sciences Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Infectious Diseases. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Inpatient Case Reviews by Inpatient ID Fellows. Event Contact Name: Eric Irwin. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-8812. Event Contact Email: eric.irwin@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. SOM Level 5 Eichwald Conference Room (5B115).

Woke in the Workplace

Career & Professional Development Center In partnership with the Office of Equity and Diversity and Utah Diversity Career Fair, come have lunch with Us! We invite you to join us as we learn from diverse professionals as they share their varied expert workplace experiences. This series is designed to include talks on navigating as a person of color, building networks and much more! Remarkable learning experience awaits - you wouldn’t want to miss it! Campus Locations: Union - A. Ray Olpin (UNION). Room Name/Number: Parlor B. Cost: 0. Ticket URL: https://utah.joinhandshake.com/events/385275. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM.

2019-20 Oncological Sciences / HCI Lab RIP & Seminar Series

Bioscience 2019-20 Oncological Sciences / HCI Lab RIP & Seminar Series. Campus Locations: Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Oncological Sciences. Event Type: Research in Progress. Seminar Series. Event Audience: Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: 2019-20 Oncological Sciences / HCI Lab RIP & Seminar Series  12:00 Noon J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation Auditorium (1st Floor HCI Research South Building). Event Contact Name: Dee DalPonte. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-7774. Event Contact Email: dee.dalponte@hci.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation Auditorium (1st Floor HCI Research South Building). For more info visit medicine.utah.edu.

Russian Conversation Table

World Languages and Cultures Join us at the Russian Conversational Table (РУССКИЕ ПОСИДЕЛКИ)! to learn and practice Russian in a fun, conversational setting! This conversational table is open to students of all language levels and anyone who is interested in Russian culture and wants to learn some Russian or improve Russian skills. It is a great way to meet other students and learn about the Russian-speaking world. There will be no Russian Table over Fall Break (10/9), or Finals Week (12/11). Campus Locations: Marriott Library - J. Willard (M LIB). Room Name/Number: Mom's Cafe. Contact Name: Natalya Kuznetsova. Contact Email: natalya.kuznetsova@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM.

Eccles Global Info Session

David Eccles School of Business Learn more about the many learning abroad opportunities Eccles Global offers on several continents! Spend a week, a summer, or a whole semester immersed in another culture while learning from professors from the David Eccles School of Business. Campus Locations: Christensen Center - C. Roland (CRCC). Room Name/Number: 115. Contact Name: Whitney Sanderson. Contact Phone: 801-587-8936. Contact Email: whitney.sanderson@eccles.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM.

Homenaje a Miguel León-Portilla: Nahua Studies Past and Present

Latin American Studies and Brazilian Studies 2019 INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES CELEBRATION, Homenaje a Miguel León-Portilla: Nahua Studies Past and Present INTRODUCTION: Consul of Mexico in Salt Lake City, Utah,  José Borjón PANELISTS: Rebecca Horn, Abelardo de la Cruz de la Cruz, Liz Olson, and Armando Solorzano Miguel León-Portilla (1926 - 2019) was a renowned historian and anthropologist at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). His prolific body of work on indigenous languages and cultures of Mexico in the pre-Columbian and colonial period include topics such as Nahua philosophy, poetry, and anthropology. In honor of his life work, this panel will expound on the recent history of Nahua Studies internationally as well as its influence on Chicana/o Studies. Campus Locations: Carolyn and Kem Gardner Commons (GC). Room Name/Number: Gardner Commons, Rm. 2018, Hinckley Institute. Contact Name: Patrick Cheney. Contact Email: patrick.cheney@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM.

Center for Cell & Genome Sciences Seminar: Melike Lakadamyali, PhD, University of Pennsylvania

College of Science Title: "Shedding new light on intracellular transport regulation with super-resolution microscopy". Campus Locations: Crocker Science Center (CSC). Room Name/Number: 208. Contact Name: Michael Vershinin. Contact Email: nano.bio.geek@gmail.com. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM.

Cell Center Seminar Series: Melike Lakadamyali, Ph.D. Department of Physiology, University of Pennsylvania

Biology Title: “Shedding new light on intracellular transport regulation with super-resolution microscopy”  . Campus Locations: Crocker Science Center (CSC). Room Name/Number: 208. Contact Name: Michael Vershinin. Contact Email: nano.bio.geek@gmail.com. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM.

Center for Cell & Genome Science Seminar: Melike Lakadamyali, PhD, University of Pennsylvania

University of Utah - Health Sciences Campus Locations: Crocker Science Center (CSC). Colleges & Programs: Health Sciences Programs. Full Description: Title: "Shedding new light on intracellular transport regulation with super-resolution microscopy". Event Contact Name: Michael Vershinin. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-5803. Event Contact Email: nano.bio.geek@gmail.com. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM. Room 208.

Book Discussion - “Forward: A Memoir” by Abby Wambach

Marriott Library 2nd Wednesday at 2:00 pm Marriott Library, 1705F Abby Wambach has always pushed the limits of what is possible. At age seven she was put on the boys’ soccer team. At age thirty-five she would become the highest goal scorer—male or female—in the history of soccer, capturing the nation’s heart with her team’s 2015 World Cup Championship. Called an inspiration and “badass” by President Obama, Abby has become a fierce advocate for women’s rights and equal opportunity, pushing to translate the success of her team to the real world. --- Focused on maintaining one’s curiosity and desire to investigate, this book club follows a traditional format by meeting to discuss the same book. Discussion and readings are short. The club rotates between book genres every month. Pick the genre that most intrigues you, read the book, and attend the event. Campus Locations: Marriott Library - J. Willard (M LIB). Room Name/Number: 1705F. Cost: Free. Transportation / Parking: Park in the visitor parking lot, west of the library, next to the bookstore. http://www.lib.utah.edu/info/directions.php. Contact Name: Allyson Mower. Contact Phone: 801-585-5458. Contact Email: allyson.mower@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM. For more info visit lib.utah.edu.

Atmospheric Sciences Graduate Seminar: Binod Pokharel: Winter orographic cloud seeding from Wyoming to Utah

Atmospheric Sciences Wednesday, November 13, 2019 Seminar begins at 3:15pm :: Refreshments at 3:00pm FASB 295 Speaker: Binod Pokharel, Utah Climate Center, Department of Plants, Soils, & Climate, Utah State University Title: Winter orographic cloud seeding from Wyoming to Utah Can we squeeze water out of clouds? You bet! Many of us don’t know how many states and countries have been doing it. Cloud seeding has been utilized to harvest more precipitation because the demand of water is increasing while the supply of water is becoming limited. Utah has the longest history of cloud seeding in the U.S. starting in early 1950s and was the major state to get the cloud seeding research funding from 1960s to 1980s. This speaker will talk about the science advancements of cloud seeding and recent field experiments in Wyoming and Idaho, as well as what these developments could mean to Utah. Winter clouds that form over the mountains provide an opportunity to enhance snowfall by the so-called glaciogenic cloud seeding. Rece… Campus Locations: Sutton Building - Frederick Albert (FASB). Room Name/Number: 295. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 3:00 PM – 4:20 PM.

School of Medicine Executive Committee Meeting

Faculty Information & Support The School of Medicine Executive Committee (SOMEC) meets monthly and is comprised of elected and appointed dean's, department chairs and faculty. Room Name/Number: Betz Boardroom. Contact Name: Cynthia Best. Contact Phone: 801-585-0946. Contact Email: cynthia.best@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM.

Analytical X-Ray Training

Radiation Safety Radiation Safety Training.  Completion of online training module is required before registration. Campus Locations: Research Administration Building (RAB). Room Name/Number: 208. Contact Name: Catherine Collins. Contact Phone: (801) 585-5277. Contact Email: catherine@rso.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM.

Nephrology Fellows Didactic

University of Utah - Health Sciences Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Nephrology. Event Type: Conferences. Full Description: Nephrology Fellows Didactic Membranous nephropathy Laith Al-Rabadi, MD. Event Contact Name: Connie Kimball. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-8193. Event Contact Email: connie.kimball@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 3:30 PM – 4:15 PM. Tyler Conference Room School of Medicine. For more info visit medicine.utah.edu.

Faculty Candidate

Chemistry-Seminars When Conventional Approaches Fall Short: Developing Analytical Strategies for Resolving Isomeric Biomolecules Isomers can be defined as groups of molecules that share identical chemical formulas but differ in the positioning of their atoms. In order to understand the true biological roles and implications amongst isomeric species, robust, and high-throughput, analytical methods are required. Unfortunately, the available analytical toolbox for scientists largely remains underdeveloped in this regard, thus calling for the implementation of new analytical strategies to achieve accurate characterization, unambiguous identification, and high-resolution separation of various isomeric biomolecules. Monosaccharides, ubiquitous sugars present in mammals and non-mammals, alike, represent one of the most complex isomeric sets of biomolecules, largely owing to their numerous possible axial/equatorial hydroxyl group permutations. For example, hexose (6-carbon) monosaccharides have 24 possible isomers, while 12 isomers… Campus Locations: Thatcher Building for Biological and Biophysical Chemistry (TBBC). Room Name/Number: TBBC 4630. Contact Name: Shelley Minteer. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM.

Hire U Accounting & Finance Fair

David Eccles School of Business Accounting and Finance students: Network with industry employers who are looking to fill current internships and full-time positions that start December 2019 - July 2020. RSVP on Handshake. Campus Locations: Spencer Fox Eccles Business Building (SFEBB). Room Name/Number: 7170. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM.

Materials Science & Engineering Graduate Seminar - - Functioning of the ASH/SFR reactor in field applications

Metallurgical Engineering Presentation by Dr. Jan Hupka, Professor, Department of Process Engineering and Chemical Technology, Faculty of Chemistry, Gdansk University of Technology, Poland.  A profoundly developed gas-liquid interface within the air-sparged hydrocyclone/spinning fluids reactor (ASH/SFR) allows for process intensification in flotation, stripping, absorption, degassing, and heat recovery. The presentation also examines major constraints hindering the implementation of the ASH/SFR technology such as plugging and scale precipitation causing unacceptable head loss, and the resulting improvements in the reactors to overcome the draw backs. An example of process scale-up within a mobile system via multiplication of units is demonstrated.  Professor Jan Hupka, PhD, D.Sc. Eng, graduated from Gdansk University of Technology (GUT) in 1971 in chemical technology. He received his Ph.D. degree in 1978 in chemical engineering, and D.Sc. degree (habilitation) in 1988. He was Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Chemistry (2005-2008) GUT and… Campus Locations: Warnock Engineering Building - John and Marva (WEB). Room Name/Number: 1230. Cost: free. Contact Name: Kay Argyle. Contact Phone: (801) 581-6386. Contact Email: kay.argyle@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 4:10 PM – 5:00 PM.

Nephrology Clinical Conference

University of Utah - Health Sciences Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Nephrology. Event Type: Conferences. Full Description: Nephrology Clinical Conference Case Presentation Kishore Patcha, MD. Event Contact Name: alexa keller. Event Contact Phone: 801-213-2933. Event Contact Email: alexa.keller@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 4:15 PM – 5:00 PM. Cartwright Conference Room School of Medicine. For more info visit medicine.utah.edu.

Visiting Artist Lecture: Carmen Winant

Art & Art History Carmen Winant is  an artist, writer, and the  Roy Lichtenstein Endowed Chair of Studio Art at The Ohio State University.  Winant’s recent projects have been  exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, Sculpture Center, The Columbus Museum of Art, The Wexner Center of the Arts, and through CONTACT Photography festival, which mounted twenty-six of her billboards across Canada. Winant’s artist books —  My Life as a Man  and  My Birth – were published  by Horses Think Press, SPBH Editions, and ITI press. Her most recent artist book,  Notes on  Fundamental  Joy;  seeking the elimination of oppression  through the social and political transformation of the patriarchy that otherwise threatens to bury us, was  published by Printed Matter Inc.  Her forthcoming projects will take place at  The Henie Onstad Kunstsenter  (Oslo), Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo (Mexico City), and Charlottenburg Kunsthall (Copenhagen). Winant’s  work utilizes installation and collage strategies to examine feminist modes of survival and… Campus Locations: Art 158. Cost: Free. Contact Name: Dept of Art & Art History. Contact Phone: 801-581-8677. Contact Email: info@art.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM. For more info visit www.art.utah.edu.

Second Resume Workshop

Communication Resume Q&A with professional panels One on one resume clinic Career Center and Writing Center professionals Free pizza! Bring your resume or CV! Campus Locations: Language & Communication Bldg (LNCO). Room Name/Number: 2110. Contact Name: Tae Lee. Contact Email: tae.lee@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM.

Make: Wood Safety Training

Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute Training is drop-in only and on a first-come, first-served basis. Spots fill up fast! Make Space and resources are open for the fall semester Aug. 26-Nov. 28, excluding holidays and fall break. Wood training is Wednesdays 5-6 p.m. Saturdays noon-1 p.m. Please review the safety training information on the Make program website before arriving for required materials. https://lassonde.utah.edu/make/safety-training. Campus Locations: Lassonde Studios. Contact Name: Lassonde. Contact Phone: 801-587-3836. Contact Email: Lassonde@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM. For more info visit lassonde.utah.edu.

Value of an MBA & Executive Education for Engineers

College of Engineering The University of Utah’s top-ranked Full-Time, Professional, Online, and Executive MBA programs and Executive Education are dedicated to providing professionals with engineering backgrounds the skills they need to excel in the workplace. This session includes: • Dinner • Presentation about the University of Utah’s MBA programs and Executive Education offerings, financing options, curriculum, ROI, admissions, and more • Q&A panel with MBA students/alumni. Alternate Location: Garff Building. Room Name/Number: 4130. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM. For more info visit eccles.utah.edu.

Nature's Grace: America's Veterans and the Healing Power of Nature

University of Utah - Health Sciences This three day conference explores the healing power of nature for Veterans and their loved ones. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Departments: Parks Recreation & Tourism. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Open to Public. Full Description: This three day conference explores the healing power of nature for Veterans and their loved ones. Five years since from the first international symposium we revisit and expand on what we've learned since then. Presenters from  a wide range of universities, public and private environmental groups, Veteran's affairs will conduct 3 key note presentations and 21 plenary sessions. several meals and social events are also planned. For a full schedule and event flyer visit  our news page or contact us… Event Contact Name: Dan Dustin. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-7560. Event Contact Email: daniel.dustion@health.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM. University Guest House and Conference Center Officer's Club 150 S. Fort Douglas Blvd Salt Lake City, Utah 84113. For more info visit health.utah.edu.

Physicians Literature and Medicine Discussion Group

University of Utah - Health Sciences November's reading selection is Why We Revolt : A patient revolution for careful and kind care by Victor Montori. Mark Matheson, D. Phil. faciitates discussion. Campus Locations: University Hospital (U HOSP). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Medical Ethics. Event Type: Education. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Victor Montori is an endocrinologist who grew up and trained in Peru and who now practices at the Mayo Clinic.  In November we’ll discuss his book Why We Revolt: A Patient Revolution for Careful and Kind Care (2017).  The title is somewhat misleading about the book’s content and tone.  Montori offers a meditative analysis of what he describes as the current “healthcare industry” and of how its functioning degrades the clinician-patient relationship.  And he makes the point that this system damages not only… Event Contact Name: Linda Carr-Lee Faix. Event Contact Phone: 801-792-4463. Event Contact Email: linda.carrlee@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM. University of Utah Hospital, Administrative Boardroom, rm. #W1220. For more info visit medicine.utah.edu.

Value of an MBA & Executive Education for Engineers

David Eccles School of Business The University of Utah’s top-ranked Full-Time, Professional, Online, and Executive MBA programs and Executive Education are dedicated to providing professionals with engineering backgrounds the skills they need to excel in the workplace. This session includes: Dinner , Presentation about the University of Utah’s MBA programs and Executive Education offerings, financing options, curriculum, ROI, admissions, and more , Q&A panel with MBA students/alumni. Campus Locations: Robert H. and Katharine B. Garff Building (GARFF). Room Name/Number: 4130. Cost: Free. Ticket URL: https://eccles.secure.force.com/pmba/. Contact Name: Professional MBA & MBA Online. Contact Phone: 801-581-6836. Contact Email: PMBA@Utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM.

The Odyssey [Arts Pass]

Theatre The Trojan War is over, but Odysseus and his men have not returned. Back home, his wife Penelope, plagued by suitors, promises to remarry as soon as she has finished her father-in-law’s shroud—which she unravels every night. Meanwhile, Odysseus is stranded on islands, caught in storms, trapped by a Cyclops and a sorceress, and impeded by other monsters and gods. Will he ever make it home to his wife and fatherless son? This adaptation by Mary Zimmerman (Metamorphosis, Guys and Dolls, The White Snake) weaves her own spell on Homer’s classic tale of adventure, trials and steadfast love. Campus Locations: Babcock Theatre. Cost: Arts Pass event: Free to U of U students with Ucard, General: $18, UofU Fac/Staff: $15, Seniors (60+)/Military: $15, Students: $8.50, Call for group discounts for parties 20+ (801-585-3816), No refunds or exchanges. Ticket URL: https://tickets.utah.edu/events/the-odyssey/. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 7:30 PM. For more info visit theatre.utah.edu.

Campus Symphony [Arts Pass Event]

School of Music Campus Locations: Libby Gardner Concert Hall. Cost: Arts Pass event: Free to U of U students with Ucard, $12.50 for adults, $6.50 for Students, Faculty/Staff & Seniors. Ticket URL: https://tickets.utah.edu/events/campus-symphony/. Contact Name: School of Music. Contact Phone: 801-581-6762. Contact Email: events@music.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 7:30 PM. For more info visit music.utah.edu.

A Global Lens: Learning Abroad Photography Exhibition - IEW 2019

Learning Abroad See the world through a global lens! This exhibition features student photos from abroad that showcase other cultures, student experiences, community engagement, and research.                                 Thursday,  November 14, 2019 – Thursday, January 2, 2020 Marriott Library, Level 1 Exhibition Case Marriott Library Open Hours. Campus Locations: Marriott Library - J. Willard (M LIB). Room Name/Number: Marriott Library, Level 1 Exhibition Case. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019 – Thursday, January 2, 2020.

Journal Club

University of Utah - Health Sciences Journal Club. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Gastroenterology. Event Type: Conferences. Education. Event Audience: School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Journal Club "Clip Closure Prevents Bleeding After Endoscopic Resection of Large Colon Polyps in a Randomized Trial". Event Contact Name: Lisa Sumner. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-1095. Event Contact Email: lisa.sumner@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 4:00 AM – 5:00 AM. Cartwright Conference Room.

CV Imaging Conference

University of Utah - Health Sciences Campus Locations: University Hospital (U HOSP). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Cardiovascular Medicine. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Full Description: "ECGs" - Jad Al Danaf, MD. Event Contact Name: Tiffany Nguyen. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-7707. Event Contact Email: tiffany.nguyen@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM. Echo Lab.

Pediatric Grand Rounds

University of Utah - Health Sciences "Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS) at Primary Children's Hospital" Presented by Belinda Chan, MD, Matthew D. Steimle, DO, and Brandon W. Kirkland, MD. All presenters are Assistant Professors in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Utah School of Medicine. Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Pediatrics. Full Description: "Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS) at Primary Children's Hospital"  Presented by Belinda Chan, MD, Matthew D. Steimle, DO, and Brandon W. Kirkland, MD. All presenters are Assistant Professors in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Utah School of Medicine. Event Contact Name: Amanda Kirk. Event Contact Phone: 8014420480. Event Contact Email: ipce@imail.org. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM. PCH 3rd Floor Auditorium. For more info visit intermountainhealthcare.org.

Nature's Grace: America's Veterans and the Healing Power of Nature

A two-day symposium explores the latest research on the healing power of nature for America’s veterans and their families. Speakers include a variety of service providers and scholars There will be 20 plenary sessions and two special sessions focusing on suicide prevention among veterans. Campus Locations: Fort Douglas Officers Club (FD 649). Cost: Free. Transportation / Parking: Parking is available adjacent to the Fort Douglas Officers Club. Contact Name: Dr. Dan Dustin. Contact Phone: 801 585 7560. Contact Email: daniel.dustin@health.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Filter View Value: Seminars. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 8:00 AM – 5:25 PM. For more info visit files.constantcontact.com.

Office Hour - Luke

Undergraduate Research Make an appointment with Luke or just stop by to talk about anything related to your research! The Undergraduate Research Leaders are an excellent resource for you in regard to OUR program information and requirements, research dissemination guidance and practice, and to get the student perspective on all of these topics! Campus Locations: Sill Center - Sterling (SILL). Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM.

Pediatric Pre-Award Forum

University of Utah - Health Sciences The Pediatric Pre-Award Forum (PAF) is open to administrators across campus that assist with grant submissions. All administrators across campus are welcome! For the November PAF, we will discuss Project Management Tools - Linda Galbreath will discuss Asana; Ruby Steele will discuss Trello; Abbie Paxman will discuss Basecamp. . Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Pediatrics. Event Type: Other. Full Description: The Pediatric Pre-Award Forum (PAF) is open to administrators across campus that assist with grant submissions. All administrators across campus are welcome! For the November PAF, we will discuss Project Management Tools - Linda Galbreath will discuss Asana; Ruby Steele will discuss Trello; Abbie Paxman will discuss Basecamp. Event Contact Name: Kathy Winkley. Event Contact Phone: 801-213-4172. Event Contact Email: kathy.winkley@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM. 4100C HSEB.

Office Hour - Yasmeen

Undergraduate Research Make an appointment with Yasmeen or just stop by to talk about anything related to your research! The Undergraduate Research Leaders are an excellent resource for you in regard to OUR program information and requirements, research dissemination guidance and practice, and to get the student perspective on all of these topics! Campus Locations: Sill Center - Sterling (SILL). Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM.

Combatants for Peace

College of Social & Behavioral Science Room Name/Number: Gardner Commons suite 2950-A. Cost: Free. Contact Name: Brgitte Klement. Contact Email: brigitte.klement@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Gardner Commons Suite 2950-A.

Behavioral Health ECHO

University of Utah - Health Sciences Led by a robust team of psychiatric specialists from University Neuropsychiatric Institute, this program gives you the opportunity to present cases and learn best practices on the diagnosis and treatment of mental health disorders. Topics will cover commonly seen cases in primary care, including pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatments. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: Health Sciences Programs. Departments: Project ECHO. Event Type: Education. Seminar Series. Other. Full Description: Led by a robust team of psychiatric specialists from University Neuropsychiatric Institute, this program gives you the opportunity to present cases and learn best practices on the diagnosis and treatment of mental health disorders. Topics will cover commonly seen cases in primary care, including pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatments. Event Contact Name: Sarah Day. Event Contact Phone: 8015872436. Event Contact Email: sarah.day@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Video Conference. For more info visit physicians.utah.edu.

WellnessNOW - Mind Well - Resiliency Center Workshop

University of Utah - Health Sciences Brain Breaks for Wellness - Often, without awareness, there is no space. An unpleasant stimulus becomes a stressor when it is perceived to be threatening or beyond our control and our capacity to cope. This often triggers a habitual stress reaction of fight, flight, or freeze. Our reactions can worsen and prolong stress. In mindfulness practice, we connect with our innate awareness, giving ourselves the space to respond rather than react. Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: Brain Breaks for Wellness - Often, without awareness, there is no space. An unpleasant stimulus becomes a stressor when it is perceived to be threatening or beyond our control and our capacity to cope. This often triggers a habitual stress reaction of fight, flight, or freeze. Our reactions can worsen and prolong stress. In mindfulness practice, we connect with our innate awareness, giving ourselves the space to respond rather than react. Event Contact Name: Britta Trepp. Event Contact Phone: (801) 213-3777. Event Contact Email: wellnessnow@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 12:00 PM – 12:30 PM. University of Utah Health Business Services Building - BSB 500 Large Conference Room. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Department of Internal Medicine Grand Rounds

University of Utah - Health Sciences Internal Medicine Grand Rounds - "Critical Care Echocardiography and Ultrasound for Bedside Diagnosis and Management" presented by Michael Lanspa, MD, Intermountain Medical Center. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Pulmonary. Event Type: Grand Rounds. Event Audience: Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Department of Internal Medicine Grand Rounds - "Critical Care Echocardiography and Ultrasound for Bedside Diagnosis and Management" presented by Michael Lanspa, MD, Intermountain Medical Center. Event Contact Name: Karen James. Event Contact Phone: 801 581 4969. Event Contact Email: karen.james@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. School of Medicine Classroom A. For more info visit medicine.utah.edu.

Schwartz Rounds

University of Utah - Health Sciences Campus Locations: Primary Children's Medical Center (PCMC). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Pediatrics. Event Type: Grand Rounds. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: Accreditation: This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education ACCME through the joint providership of Intermountain Healthcare, Intermountain Pediatrics, Primary Children's Hospital, andthe Department of Pediatrics at the University of Utah School of Medicine. Intermountain Healthcare is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Event Contact Name: Stecky Marinoni. Event Contact Phone: (801) 662-1000. Event Contact Email: stecky.marinoni@imail.org. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Primary Children's Hospital - Auditorium 3rd Floor.

WellnessNOW - Mind Well - Resiliency Center Workshop

University of Utah - Health Sciences Brain Breaks for Wellness - Often, without awareness, there is no space. An unpleasant stimulus becomes a stressor when it is perceived to be threatening or beyond our control and our capacity to cope. This often triggers a habitual stress reaction of fight, flight, or freeze. Our reactions can worsen and prolong stress. In mindfulness practice, we connect with our innate awareness, giving ourselves the space to respond rather than react. Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: Brain Breaks for Wellness - Often, without awareness, there is no space. An unpleasant stimulus becomes a stressor when it is perceived to be threatening or beyond our control and our capacity to cope. This often triggers a habitual stress reaction of fight, flight, or freeze. Our reactions can worsen and prolong stress. In mindfulness practice, we connect with our innate awareness, giving ourselves the space to respond rather than react. Event Contact Name: Britta Trepp. Event Contact Phone: (801) 213-3777. Event Contact Email: wellnessnow@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 12:30 PM – 1:00 PM. University of Utah Health Business Services Building - BSB 500 Large Conference Room. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

VIP (Visually Impaired Persons) Support Group

University of Utah - Health Sciences The VIP Support Group is a group for retirement-age individuals living with visual impairment. Here, you will have the opportunity to interact with others who are in a similar situation and give and receive support, ideas and encouragement. Campus Locations: Moran Eye Center - John A. (MEC). Colleges & Programs: Health Sciences Programs. Full Description: The VIP Support Group is a group for retirement-age individuals living with visual impairment where you will have an opportunity to interact with others who are in a similar situation.  During our monthly meetings, we will alternate between discussing a topic related to visual impairment (e.g. grief and loss, gratitude) and participating in a creative activity (e.g. music therapy, guided museum touch-tour, animal therapy, etc.). This group is offered at no charge. Want to stay informed about upcoming grou… Event Contact Name: Lisa Ord. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6635. Event Contact Email: lisa.ord@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM. Moran Eye Center 65 Mario Capecchi Dr. Salt Lake City, UT 84132. For more info visit healthcare.utah.edu.

2019 Indigenous Languages Celebration

Latin American Studies and Brazilian Studies 2019 INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES CELEBRATION, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11th 4:00 PM - Introductory Samoan Lesson at UU, GC Rm. 4700 6:00-8:30 PM - Museum of Peoples and Cultures Family Night at BYU-              Polynesian and Micronesian Languages,  2201 N Canyon Rd, Provo TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12th 9:00 AM - Introductory Kichwa Lesson at UU, LNCO Rm. 1950 4:00 PM - Nahuatl/Kichwa Introductory Lessons at SLCC Taylorsville, AAB              Rm.324 5:30 PM - Latin America Presentations at SLCC Taylorsville, AAB Rm. 324 5:00 PM - Introductory Navajo Lesson at BYU, JKB Rm. 1127 5:30 PM - Introductory Hmong Lesson at BYU, JKB Rm. 1121 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13th 1:30 PM - Homenaje a Miguel León-Portilla: Nahua Studies Past and Present              at UU, GC Rm. 2018 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14th 9:00-11:30 AM - Language Fair (Nahuatl, Samoan, Navajo, K’iche’) at SLCC              Taylorsville, AAB Commons Area 2:00 PM - Introductory Nahuatl Lesson at UU, CTIHB Rm. 211 5:00 PM - Introductory Navajo Lesson at… Campus Locations: Carolyn Tanner Irish Humanities Building (CTIHB). Room Name/Number: CTIHB, Rm. 211. Cost: Free and open to the public. Contact Name: Patrick Cheney. Contact Email: patrick.cheney@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM.

Multidisciplinary Conference

University of Utah - Health Sciences Pathology. Campus Locations: Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Gastroenterology. Event Type: Conferences. Education. Event Audience: School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Pathology. Event Contact Name: Lisa Sumner. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-1095. Event Contact Email: lisa.sumner@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM. Alta View Conference Room Huntsman Cancer Hospital 6th Floor.

Health Behaviors Seminar Series

College of Social & Behavioral Science HEALTH BEHAVIORS SEMINAR SERIES Engaging Latino Adolescents in Substance Use Prevention and Treatment: Implications for School and Community Settings  Jason Burrow-Sanchez, PhD, Professor of Counseling Psychology, Department of Educational Psychology Thursday, November 14 3:00 - 4:00pm Gardner Commons 2560 This seminar series is designed to foster interdepartmental collaboration and engagement in research related to health behaviors, especially as it relates to diabetes and obesity prevention and management. Sponsored by the Diabetes and Metabolism Research Center and the Driving Out Diabetes, a Larry H. Miller Family Wellness Initiative. Campus Locations: Carolyn and Kem Gardner Commons (GC). Room Name/Number: GC 2560. Contact Name: Sara Salmon. Contact Email: sara.salmon@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM.

CANCELED - Pulmonary Grand Rounds (PGR)

University of Utah - Health Sciences Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Pulmonary. Full Description: Pulmonary Grand Rounds- Dr. Mike Lanspa & Dr. Brian Poole. Event Contact Name: Layla Atwood. Event Contact Phone: 8015817807. Event Contact Email: layla.atwood@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM.

Linguistics Colloquium Talk - Miquel Simonet

Linguistics The Problem with Stress, Lexical Stress One aspect of the Spanish language that seems to present significant difficulties to second-language (L2) learners whose first language (L1) is English concerns lexical stress. In Spanish, lexical stress is the contrastive phonological feature distinguishing words such as caso [ˈkaso] ‘case’ and casó [kaˈso] ‘s/he married’ or bebe [ˈbeβe] ‘s/he drinks’ and bebé [beˈβe] ‘baby.’ Spanish and English differ in the lexical distribution patterns of stress and in the phonetic correlates of this phonological features, but stress is contrastive in both languages. Transfer from the L1 is known to be a major determinant of the phonological obstacles encountered in the L2 acquisition process, which would suggest, as a first hypothesis, that English speakers’ difficulties with Spanish lexical stress could be a result of some type of cross-linguistic influence. But, since stress is contrastive in both languages, what (exactly) is the obstacle? The present study explores one asp… Campus Locations: Language & Communication Bldg (LNCO). Room Name/Number: 2110. Contact Name: Margarita Arteaga. Contact Phone: 8015818047. Contact Email: margarita.arteaga@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM.

Guest Artist Masterclass: Dr. John Adler (Northern Colorado University)

School of Music Campus Locations: Dumke Recital Hall. Cost: Free. Contact Name: School of Music. Contact Phone: 801-581-6762. Contact Email: events@music.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 4:00 PM. For more info visit music.utah.edu.

Infectious Disease Case Review & Grand Rounds

University of Utah - Health Sciences Stump the Stars - Inpatient Fellow's Cases. Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Infectious Diseases. Event Type: Conferences. Grand Rounds. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Clinically case based Infectious Disease conference to review challenging or unusual cases seen by the fellows during their times on the wards or in clinics.  The faculty and fellows present the cases and then educate the group regarding interesting educational pearls. Event Contact Name: Eric Irwin. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-8812. Event Contact Email: eric.irwin@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. HSEB 2680.

CANCELED - Pulmonary Research in Progress (RIP)

University of Utah - Health Sciences Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Pulmonary. Full Description: Pulmonary Research in Progress (RIP). Event Contact Name: Layla Atwood. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-7807. Event Contact Email: layla.atwood@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM.

Seminars in Metabolism

University of Utah - Health Sciences “Identifying optimal CRISPR-Cas9 target sites to achieve your genome editing goals” By: Crystal F. Davey, PhD, Director of the Mutation Generation and Detection Core, University of Utah HSC Cores. Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Endocrinology and Metabolism. Event Type: Seminar Series. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Full Description: “Identifying optimal CRISPR-Cas9 target sites to achieve your genome editing goals” By: Crystal F. Davey, PhD, Director of the Mutation Generation and Detection Core, University of Utah HSC Cores. Event Contact Name: Ashley Wright. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-3353. Event Contact Email: ashleyr@u2m2.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. HSEB 4100B.

Women & Tech Careers Panel

David Eccles School of Business Join us to hear from a panel of women professionals in a variety of IT-related positions and industries, from early career to C-level. What path did they take to get where they are? What do they like best and least about their jobs? What advice do they have? This panel will give women a picture of the opportunities open to them in IT-related jobs, but will also offer a view into different career directions for students with an interest in technology who want to know more about career options. Everyone is welcome!     Appetizers served. Time for networking after the panel. Campus Locations: Spencer Fox Eccles Business Building (SFEBB). Room Name/Number: 5130. Cost: Free. Ticket URL: https://getinvolved.utah.edu/event/4997027. Contact Name: Laurie Bragg. Contact Phone: 801-581-3491. Contact Email: Laurie.Bragg@Eccles.Utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 4:15 PM – 5:45 PM.

Women & Tech Careers Panel

David Eccles School of Business Come network with other women at the business school and enjoy a panel of amazing women! This year's panelists include Carol Fineagan from Franklin Covey. Campus Locations: Spencer Fox Eccles Business Building (SFEBB). Room Name/Number: 5130. Cost: Free. Contact Name: Matthew Gilliland. Contact Phone: 801-587-8928. Contact Email: matthew.gilliland@eccles.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 4:15 PM – 5:15 PM.

Multidisciplinary Conference

University of Utah - Health Sciences Multidisciplinary Conference. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Gastroenterology. Event Type: Conferences. Education. Event Audience: School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Multidisciplinary Conference GI/Surgery Foregut. Event Contact Name: Lisa Sumner. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-1095. Event Contact Email: lisa.sumner@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM. Cartwright Conference Room 4C103.

Make It: Scrunchie Time

Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute Come and learn to make scrunchies in the Make Space! This quick DIY lesson will teach you to make cute hair ties. No previous experience required. This is a good opportunity for those who are interested in crafts and fashion to learn what the Make Space has to offer and to make new friends with similar interests! Campus Locations: Lassonde Studios. Contact Name: Lassonde. Contact Phone: 801-587-3836. Contact Email: lassonde@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM. For more info visit lassonde.utah.edu.

After-Work Hiking Group

University of Utah - Health Sciences Join PEAK Health and Fitness after work for a short hike starting from the Red Butte Road trailhead, right beyond the Red Butte Garden concert entrance. This is a wonderful opportunity to stretch your legs while developing a community of hiking friends. Hikes start on time. Please wear comfortable hiking shoes, clothes and bring water. Details: Thursdays October 17-November 14th 5:15-6:15 p.m. Cost: $30 total for 5 hikes Registration: https://app.healthcare.utah.edu/peakCourseRegistration/byCourse?primaryId=654. Cost: $30 for 5 hikes. Ticket URL: https://app.healthcare.utah.edu/peakCourseRegistration/byCourse?primaryId=654. Contact Name: Britta Trepp. Contact Email: britta.trepp@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 5:15 PM – 6:15 PM. For more info visit app.healthcare.utah.edu.

Arts Entrepreneur: How to Thrive as a Professional Dancer

Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute Connect with dance professors about the course of dancers after college. Discuss how dancers can create careers in academics and professional fields. Campus Locations: Lassonde Studios. Contact Name: Lassonde. Contact Phone: 801-587-3836. Contact Email: lassonde@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM. For more info visit lassonde.utah.edu.

Leonardo the Empiricist

Marriott Library Free public program Gould Auditorium, Level 1 Featuring a Marriott Library Rare Books Onsite Exhibit Marriott Library is commemorating the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci’s death with a free, public program in the hopes of inspiring audience creativity and innovation. The program’s goal is to explore Leonardo’s ongoing multidisciplinary impact through a series of ‘Lightning Rounds’ that view his legacy from the perspective of several branches of learning. Lightning Rounds implies the presentations will be succinct (15-20 minutes) and diverse to reveal numerous facets of the Italian polymath’s genius (Leonardo’s accomplishments include invention, drawing, painting, sculpture, architecture, science, music, mathematics, engineering, literature, anatomy, geology, astronomy, botany, writing, history, and cartography. Speakers: Mario Capecchi, Nobel Laureate, Molecular Genetics Alexandra (Alex) Hesse, Executive Director, The Leonardo Museum Darryl P. Butt, Dean College of Mines and Earth Scienc… Campus Locations: Marriott Library - J. Willard (M LIB). Room Name/Number: Gould Auditorium. Cost: Free. Transportation / Parking: Park in the visitor parking lot, west of the library, next to the bookstore. http://www.lib.utah.edu/info/directions.php. Contact Name: Jordan Hanzon. Contact Phone: 8015818857. Contact Email: jordan.hanzon@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM. For more info visit lib.utah.edu.

Global Public Health Learning Abroad Programs Information Session

Global Public Health Summer 2020 Learning Abroad Programs (Ghana, India, and Peru) Information Session Come learn more about our learning abroad programs for Summer 2020. Alternate Location: Department of Family & Preventive Medicine, 375 Chipeta Way, Suite A. Room Name/Number: Classroom 203. Cost: 0.00. Contact Name: Pamela Lyon. Contact Phone: 801-585-5303. Contact Email: pamela.lyon@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM. For more info visit medicine.utah.edu.

Global Public Health Learning Abroad Programs (India, Ghana, Peru) - Information Session

Learning Abroad Interested in learning about Public Health abroad? Come learn about the Summer 2020 Global Public Health Learning Abroad Programs (Ghana, India and Peru).  The Learning Abroad Director’s will talk about the upcoming summer and the current research projects that are planned for their program. You will have an opportunity to speak with former learning abroad students, hear about their experiences and ask any questions you may have. Visit this information session to learn more from our program Faculty Director and start your Learning Abroad experience! Map. Room Name/Number: Global Classroom 203 - Division of Public Health. Contact Name: Eric Boscan. Contact Phone: 801-581-5849. Contact Email: learningabroad@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Division of Public Health 375 Chipeta Way, Suite A. For more info visit medicine.utah.edu.

Boys and Men Healing

Counseling Center Boys and Men Healing is a documentary about the impact the sexual abuse of boys has on both the individual and society and the importance of healing and speaking out for male survivors to end the devastating effects. An Evening of Hope: Voices of Healing includes a screening of the movie “Boys and Mean Healing” followed by a panel discussion of male survivors and a Q&A with the audience. Campus Locations: Carolyn and Kem Gardner Commons (GC). Room Name/Number: ROOM 2950. Cost: Free and open to the public. Transportation / Parking: Parking is available in the visitor lot across Central Campus Drive. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM.

Guest Writer Series - Aimee Parkinson and Susan Briante

English Cost: Free. Contact Name: Alen Hamza. Contact Phone: 8015816168. Contact Email: alen.hamza@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Finch Lane Gallery 54 Finch Ln, Salt Lake City, UT 84102. For more info visit english.utah.edu.

Vietnam...Through My Lens

UtahPresents IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF UTAH VETERANS SUPPORT CENTER Sometimes poignant, sometimes lighthearted, always thought provoking, this one-man play follows Stu Richel’s journey as a combat journalist and photographer to, through, and beyond his military service in Vietnam. Stu proudly served in the U.S. Army from January 1968 to January 1970. Through much of 1969, he was a combat photographer/journalist with the 1st Infantry Division in Vietnam; it is that service which provided the impetus for this solo stage performance. Share the odd path by which Stu ended up in Vietnam, some of his misadventures as a journalist and photographer, and (perhaps most importantly) learn how the experience has colored his life. Campus Locations: Kingsbury Hall - Joseph T. (KH). Ticket URL: https://utkh-internet.choicecrm.net/templates/UTKH/?prod=UP1920season&cts_legacy_app. Contact Name: Sheri Jardine. Contact Phone: 801-541-7100. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM. For more info visit utahpresents.org.

The Odyssey [Arts Pass]

Theatre The Trojan War is over, but Odysseus and his men have not returned. Back home, his wife Penelope, plagued by suitors, promises to remarry as soon as she has finished her father-in-law’s shroud—which she unravels every night. Meanwhile, Odysseus is stranded on islands, caught in storms, trapped by a Cyclops and a sorceress, and impeded by other monsters and gods. Will he ever make it home to his wife and fatherless son? This adaptation by Mary Zimmerman (Metamorphosis, Guys and Dolls, The White Snake) weaves her own spell on Homer’s classic tale of adventure, trials and steadfast love. Campus Locations: Babcock Theatre. Cost: Arts Pass event: Free to U of U students with Ucard, General: $18, UofU Fac/Staff: $15, Seniors (60+)/Military: $15, Students: $8.50, Call for group discounts for parties 20+ (801-585-3816), No refunds or exchanges. Ticket URL: https://tickets.utah.edu/events/the-odyssey/. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 7:30 PM. For more info visit theatre.utah.edu.

Chamber Music Society of SLC: Penderecki Piano Trio (Meccore) [Arts Pass Event]

School of Music The Penderecki Piano Trio ensemble will present works by Rachnaninoff, Penderecki, and Debussy. Campus Locations: Libby Gardner Concert Hall. Cost: Arts Pass Event: U of U Students Free w/current ID, General Admission: $33.50, Other Students: $13.50, Faculty/Staff & Seniors: $18.50. Ticket URL: https://tickets.utah.edu/events/chamber-music-society-of-salt-lake-city-piano-trio-meccore/. Contact Name: School of Music. Contact Phone: 801-581-6762. Contact Email: events@music.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 7:30 PM. For more info visit music.utah.edu.

Doctoral Recital: Carmen Hall, piano

School of Music Campus Locations: Dumke Recital Hall. Cost: Free. Contact Name: School of Music. Contact Phone: 801-581-6762. Contact Email: events@music.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM.

CV Interventional Conference

University of Utah - Health Sciences Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Cardiovascular Medicine. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Full Description: "Case Reviews" - Interventional Fellows. Event Contact Name: Tiffany Nguyen. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-7707. Event Contact Email: tiffany.nguyen@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Friday, November 15, 2019, 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM. CV Large Conference Room, 4B110D.

Hematology Faculty Conference

University of Utah - Health Sciences Colleges & Programs: Health Sciences Programs. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Hematology. Event Type: Conferences. Education. Faculty Meetings. Grand Rounds. Research. Research in Progress. Seminar Series. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Hospitals & Clinics staff. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Weekly conference series to present research from University of Utah faculty as well as outside speakers. Speaker: Jerry Gleich Title: "The Eosinophil: What, How and Why". Event Contact Name: Sean Hepner. Event Contact Phone: 801-213-2082. Event Contact Email: sean.hepner@hci.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, November 15, 2019, 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM. HCI Research North 4 Large.

Research on a Napkin

University of Utah - Health Sciences Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Pediatrics. Event Type: Research. Research in Progress. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: Research on a Napkin is an unstructured, drop-in meeting where potential investigators can bring research concepts and ideas to discuss around the table. Faculty statisticians from the Division of Pediatric Critical Care will be present. This meeting isn’t geared towards general participation, but for those with specific research questions and ideas. This is a great forum for clinicians and fellows to develop research concepts (“2 pagers”). Anyone from the Department of Pediatrics who is interested in resea… Event Contact Name: Betsy Holm. Event Contact Phone: 801-587-1442. Event Contact Email: betsy.holm@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Friday, November 15, 2019, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM. Williams Building, Conference Room East 1 (295 Chipeta Way).

Geography Awareness Week: Colloquium

College of Social & Behavioral Science Geography Week Colloquium, Hinckley Caucus Room – GC 2018 9:30 AM – 11:00 AM “Rethink, Reinvent, and Relate: Conceptualization, Representation, and Analysis in GIS” May Yuan, Ashbel Smith Professor of Geospatial Information Sciences, University of Texas at Dallas. Campus Locations: Carolyn and Kem Gardner Commons (GC). Alternate Location: Hinckley Caucus Room. Room Name/Number: GC 2018. Contact Name: Stacy Morris. Contact Email: stacy.morris@geog.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, November 15, 2019, 9:30 AM – 11:00 AM.

Seminar: What Our Bone Microstructure Tells Us About Our Bone Health

Mechanical Engineering Seminar: Visiting Scholar – What Our Bone Microstructure Tells Us About Our Bone Health, Azadeh Sheidaei, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Department of Aerospace Engineering Iowa State University Fri. Nov. 15, 10:00 am Milner Executive Boardroom (0560 MEK) Abstract: The development of a predictive model for bone remodeling is becoming increasingly important for medical applications such as bone surgery or bone substitutes like prostheses. However, as bone remodeling is a complex multiphysics phenomenon and difficult to quantify experimentally, predictive numerical models remain, at best, phenomenologically driven. Patient dependency is often ignored as its influence is usually considered secondary, although it is known to play an important role over long periods of time. Another difficulty to study this patient dependency is the availability of experimental samples to carry out extensive analyses. In this talk, I present our recently developed microstructure-based bone remodeling computational model,… Campus Locations: Rio Tinto Kennecott Mechanical Engineering Building. Room Name/Number: Milner Exec. Boardroom (0560 MEK). Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, November 15, 2019, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM. For more info visit mech.utah.edu.

School of Music Experience Day

School of Music Join us for: THE UNIVERSITY OF UTAH SCHOOL OF MUSIC EXPERIENCE! On November 15, 2019 the School of Music is opening its doors to all high school students involved in all aspects of music.  All music students are invited to be a student at the U for a day.  —Meet Faculty and Students— —Learn Strategies for Auditioning— —Perform with our Large Ensembles— —Receive Information About Scholarship Opportunities— Winds Jazz Strings Piano Percussion Guitar Choir Opera This will be a fun opportunity to make music on campus and to learn about participating in music at the University of Utah. We look forward to your joining us. REGISTER HERE. Campus Locations: Gardner Hall - David P. (DGH). Libby Gardner Concert Hall. Cost: Free. Contact Name: School of Music. Contact Phone: 801-581-6762. Contact Email: experience@music.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, November 15, 2019, 10:30 AM – 3:00 PM. For more info visit music.utah.edu.

Meet with an Admissions Expert for University of Utah Employees

David Eccles School of Business University of Utah employees, join us for a special opportunity to learn how you can take advantage of your tuition benefit when you pursue a Master of Business Administration degree through the David Eccles School of Business. Drop by to meet with an admissions expert who will give you a personalized overview of our four MBA program formats and answer any questions you may have on topics such as the program curriculum, value & ROI, application process, and much more. Campus Locations: Robert H. and Katharine B. Garff Building (GARFF). Room Name/Number: 2nd Floor. Cost: Free. Ticket URL: https://eccles.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eu05SzUuFKI4tKt. Contact Name: MBA Programs. Contact Phone: 801-581-5577. Contact Email: mba@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, November 15, 2019, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM. For more info visit eccles.qualtrics.com.

Meet With an MBA Admissions Expert for U Employees

David Eccles School of Business University of Utah employees, join us for a special opportunity to learn how you can take advantage of your tuition benefit when you pursue a Master of Business Administration degree through the David Eccles School of Business. Drop by to meet with an admissions expert who will give you a personalized overview of our four MBA program formats and answer any questions you may have on topics such as the program curriculum, value & ROI, application process, and much more. Campus Locations: Robert H. and Katharine B. Garff Building (GARFF). Room Name/Number: 2nd Floor. Cost: Free. Ticket URL: https://eccles.secure.force.com/pmba/. Contact Name: Professional MBA & MBA Online. Contact Phone: 801-581-6836. Contact Email: PMBA@Utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, November 15, 2019, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM.

Hepatitis C - Project ECHO

University of Utah - Health Sciences Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a partnership between interdisciplinary teams of University of Utah specialists and community providers. Through a weekly ECHO conference, University specialists offer case-based learning by consulting with community providers on cases within their current patient populations. Additionally, University specialists and guest presenters conduct brief (15-30 minutes) didactic presentations. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: Health Sciences Programs. Event Type: Education. Seminar Series. Other. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a partnership between interdisciplinary teams of University of Utah specialists and community providers. Through a weekly video- conference, University specialists offer case-based learning by consulting with community providers on cases within their current patient populations. Additionally, University specialists and guest presenters conduct brief (15-30 minutes) didactic presentations. Attendees are awarded one and a half hours of C… Event Contact Name: Justin Shofner. Event Contact Phone: 801-587-9875. Event Contact Email: justin.shofner@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, November 15, 2019, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM. Video-Conference. For more info visit uofuhealth.zoom.us.

Biomedical Engineering Seminar: Megan Killian

Biomedical Engineering Cellular and Mechanical Regulation of Tendon Attachments During Postnatal Growth Dr. Megan Killian - Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Delaware Postnatal growth places unique stresses on musculoskeletal tissues. As skeletal muscles get stronger and motor skills improve, the flexibility of connective tissues like tendon, which attach to and transmit muscle loads to bone, decreases. In this seminar, I will share our laboratory’s work on the cellular and mechanical mechanisms of tendon attachment remodeling during postnatal growth. As engineers, we are interested in the tendon attachment because it is a strong and robust tissue interface that dissipates localized strain between tendon and bone in order to resist failure and it is highly susceptible to remodeling and adaptation during postnatal growth. We use transgenic mouse models to study tendon-specific cellular signaling, specifically related to fibroblast growth factor (FGF) signaling. In addition, we have developed an… Campus Locations: Sorenson Molecular Biotechnology Building - James LeVoy (SMBB). Room Name/Number: SMBB 2650 (Auditorium). Contact Name: Robby Bowles. Contact Phone: 801-581-8528. Contact Email: Robert.Bowles@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Filter View Value: Seminars. Friday, November 15, 2019, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

GWS Q&A with Aimee Parkinson and Susan Briante

English Cost: Free. Contact Name: Alen Hamza. Contact Phone: 8015816168. Contact Email: alen.hamza@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, November 15, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Finch Lane Gallery 54 Finch Ln, Salt Lake City, UT 84102. For more info visit english.utah.edu.

Sociology Speaker Series | “Marcel Paret"

Sociology Sociology Speaker Series The purpose for the Sociology Speaker Series is to stimulate and support interdisciplinary research related to the Departments’ two program areas: population and health studies and global and comparative sociology. The seminar series provides opportunities for faculty and advanced graduate students to generate new ideas and research questions, learn about the strengths and limitations of data sources, and identify potential collaborators. FRIDAY, NOV 15, 12:00-1:00 SOCIOLOGY DEPARTMENT, BEH S #315, Marcel Paret. Campus Locations: Social & Behavioral Sciences (BEH S). Room Name/Number: 315. Contact Name: Alana Robison. Contact Phone: 801-581-6153. Contact Email: alana.robison@soc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, November 15, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM.

Pregnancy Care ECHO

University of Utah - Health Sciences Pregnancy Care ECHO connects obstetrics specialists in both rural and urban areas. Using teleconferencing technologies to facilitate an effective "knowledge network," advanced practice clinicians, midwives, family physicians, and obstetricians can enhance their knowledge of high-risk pregnancy care in a safe learning environment. Providers and their peers will have the opportunity to present real life cases and receive feedback from a multidisciplinary team of experts. In addition, they can look forward to hearing the latest in clinical trends from leading experts in the field of obstetrics. Project ECHO is open to all health care providers. If you are interested in learning more, contact us at project.echo@hsc.utah.edu, 801-585-2252. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: Health Sciences Programs. Event Type: Education. Event Audience: Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Pregnancy Care ECHO connects obstetrics specialists in both rural and urban areas. Using teleconferencing technologies to facilitate an effective "knowledge network," advanced practice clinicians, midwives, family physicians, and obstetricians can enhance their knowledge of high-risk pregnancy care in a safe learning environment. Providers and their peers will have the opportunity to present real life cases and receive feedback from a multidisciplinary team of experts. In addition, they can look… Event Contact Name: Christina Choate. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-2252. Event Contact Email: christina.choate@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, November 15, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Zoom videoconference. For more info visit physicians.utah.edu.

Contextualizing Your Research (Undergraduate Research Education Series)

Undergraduate Research Facilitated by Shane Macfarlan In this session, you will work to identify several perspectives outside of the immediate perspective of the lab or project from which you can view your work, how your work fits in with those viewpoints, and how to explain those larger perspectives of your work to an audience (in a paper, presentation, or to a community member). Student Feedback:  "Showed me that my research is actually significant. It can help other in different communities and even improve my own community. Research is not for just myself and the people I research with." "It was great to hear about strategies - e.g. think bigger - for contextualizing research on larger groups such as the community or the discipline as a whole." "Nice presentation that brought up aspects of research I had not previously considered.". Campus Locations: Sill Center - Sterling (SILL). Room Name/Number: Sill 120. Cost: FREE. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, November 15, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM.

Pathology M&I Seminar Series - Robert Watson

University of Utah - Health Sciences Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Pathology. Division: Microbiology & Immunology. Event Type: Seminar Series. Full Description: Robert Watson presenting M&I Seminar Series. Event Contact Name: Kim Springer. Event Contact Phone: 8012133717. Event Contact Email: kim.springer@path.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, November 15, 2019, 12:15 PM – 1:15 PM. HSEB 2680.

CAKE Talk: Pricing Intermediaries in Prescription Drug Markets: To Leverage or Replace?

Economics Josh Feng is an Assistant Professor from the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah. The paper is available here https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3316430.  Colloquium for the Advancement of Knowledge in Economics (CAKE) Talk Series. Room Name/Number: 4700 GC. Cost: Free. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, November 15, 2019, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM.

Lassonde Institute Information Session & Tour

Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute Register for our weekly information session and tour. We provide an overview of the Lassonde Institute and a tour of the spaces at Lassonde Studios. This is a great opportunity to learn what Lassonde can offer you and see our building. All are welcome. The tour times are 12:30-1:30 p.m. on most Fridays. Register: https://lassondeentrepreneurinstitute.as.me/?appointmentType=2390559. Campus Locations: Lassonde Studios. Contact Name: Lassonde. Contact Phone: 801-587-3836. Contact Email: lassonde@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, November 15, 2019, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM. For more info visit lassonde.utah.edu.

Seminar: Thermal and Luminescent Radiation in Nanostructures and Layered Materials

Mechanical Engineering Seminar: Visiting Scholar Thermal and Luminescent Radiation in Nanostructures and Layered Materials, Eric Tervo, Ph.D. Nozik Postdoctoral Fellow Materials and Chemical Science and Technology National Renewable Energy Laboratory Fri. Nov. 15, 1:00 pm Milner Executive Boardroom (0560 MEK) ABSTRACT: Thermal radiation in systems of many nanostructures or layered media can be very complex, especially when combined with non-thermal effects such as luminescent radiation. Additionally, when the materials support evanescent surface modes, near-field coupling can be strong and enable radiation heat transfer far above the blackbody limit. However, practical use of these effects has been limited due to deficiencies in the understanding and modeling of thermal-electromagnetic-electric interactions, particularly for closely spaced nanostructures and biased semiconductor materials. This presentation will describe improvements in the theoretical description, modeling approach, and experimental investigation of… Campus Locations: Rio Tinto Kennecott Mechanical Engineering Building. Room Name/Number: Milner Exec. Boardroom (0560 MEK). Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, November 15, 2019, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM. For more info visit mech.utah.edu.

Philosophy Colloquium Series presents Jon Herman from Georgia State University

Philosophy “Martin Buber, Daoism, and Cultural Appropriation” One virtually unknown tidbit of modern intellectual history is that the existentialist philosopher and Jewish icon Martin Buber actually studied Chinese philosophy and literature throughout his career. At one end, more than a decade before he composed his best known work, I and Thou, Buber published a German translation of and commentary on the Daoist classic, the Zhuangzi. At the other end forty years later, he assembled ancient Chinese texts to support his unpopular advocacy of a collaborative Jewish-Arab state in Palestine. But the most significant of Buber’s Chinese studies is almost certainly the least well known: a series of lectures he delivered in Ascona, Switzerland on Laozi’s Daodejing in 1924, one short year after the publication of I and Thou. This talk explores Buber’s encounters with Daoism, focusing on the metaphysical, socio-ethical, and mystical dimensions of Buber’s interpretations. Jonathan Herman is the Director of Undergraduate Stud… Campus Locations: Carolyn Tanner Irish Humanities Building (CTIHB). Room Name/Number: Tanner Library, Room 459. Contact Name: Connie Corbett. Contact Phone: 801-581-8162. Contact Email: c.corbett@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, November 15, 2019, 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM. For more info visit shared.cas.gsu.edu.

MSW Info Session

College of Social Work Interested in earning your master’s degree?  Come learn about the Master of Social Work Program at the University of Utah!  Our academic advisors will explain the application process, cover the program format and timeline, discuss our seven areas of concentration, and share information about our dual degree and graduate certificate options.  Please register in advance for this free information session.  Please direct inquiries to: msw@utah.edu. Campus Locations: College of Social Work (SW). Room Name/Number: Room 301. Cost: Free. Ticket URL: http://bit.ly/mswinfosessions. Contact Name: Delva Hommes. Contact Phone: 801-581-4239. Contact Email: MSW@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, November 15, 2019, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM. For more info visit bit.ly.

UNI Neurobehavior HOME Program & Autism Spectrum Disorders Clinic OPEN HOUSE

School of Medicine UNI Neurobehavior HOME Program & Autism Spectrum Disorders Clinic are moving. Please join us at our new location for an open house to celebrate the opening of our new clinic space. All are welcome! Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Psychiatry. Event Type: Other. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: UNI Neurobehavior HOME Program & Autism Spectrum Disorders Clinic are moving. Please join us at our new location for an open house to celebrate the opening of our new clinic space. All are welcome! Event Contact Name: Karina Rasmussen, MS. Event Contact Phone: 801-587-3109. Event Contact Email: Karina.Rasmussen@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, November 15, 2019, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM. 240 Morris Ave #400 Salt Lake City, UT 84115. For more info visit healthcare.utah.edu.

Fabulous Friday!

LGBT Resource Center End your school week with the LGBT Resource Center! During the Spring and Fall semesters, the LGBT RC hosts Fabulous Fridays from 3:00–5:00PM except on University holidays and breaks. Come eat free food, play games, meet new people, and  bask in each other's company to wrap up the week. Campus Locations: Union - A. Ray Olpin (UNION). Room Name/Number: Union 409. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, November 15, 2019, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM.

11/15: Grand Canyon vs Utah Womens Hockey

Athletics Utah Women's Hockey hosts Grand Canyon University for the first time in team history. Be there as the WWCHL rivalry heats up! Alternate Location: Salt Lake City Sports Complex. Cost: Staff $5. Ticket URL: https://universityofutahhockey.com/shop/single-game-tickets/11-15-grand-canyon-vs-utah-w1/. Transportation / Parking: Parking is free. Contact Email: tickets@utahhockey.com. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, November 15, 2019, 4:00 PM – 6:30 PM.

International Night 2019

ASUU The International Student Council is proud to announce International Night 2019: Leave Your Mark on the World! This is one of the biggest events of the year, as hundreds of students come together to celebrate the diverse cultures represented at the University of Utah. Tickets for this event will go on sale October 9th, and can be bought conveniently online. Tickets include dinner, access to all performances and activities, and chances to win fun prizes! All University of Utah staff, students, faculty, and community members are welcome to attend. This event is also an opportunity to honor the recipient of the International Student Council Scholarship – an award funded by proceeds from this event, and given to a current international student who has shown exceptional dedication to promoting cultural sharing and understanding on campus. Get Involved There are three ways to participate in International Night: 1. Perform a culturally significant dance, musical number, or other art form to… Campus Locations: Union - A. Ray Olpin (UNION). Room Name/Number: Ballroom. Cost: $7 in advance, $10 cash only at the door. Ticket URL: https://isss.utah.edu/international-night/. Contact Name: International Student Council at the University of Utah. Contact Email: isc.universityofutah@gmail.com. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, November 15, 2019, 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM. For more info visit isss.utah.edu.

11/15: Grand Canyon vs Utah Men's Hockey

Athletics University of Utah Men's Hockey hosts Grand Canyon University for the first time in team history. Be there to see the this future WCHL rivalry begin. Alternate Location: Salt Lake City Sports Complex. Cost: Staff $5. Ticket URL: https://universityofutahhockey.com/shop/single-game-tickets/11-15-grand-canyon-vs-utah-m1/. Transportation / Parking: Parking is free. Contact Email: tickets@utahhockey.com. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, November 15, 2019, 7:30 PM – 10:00 PM.

The Odyssey [Arts Pass]

Theatre The Trojan War is over, but Odysseus and his men have not returned. Back home, his wife Penelope, plagued by suitors, promises to remarry as soon as she has finished her father-in-law’s shroud—which she unravels every night. Meanwhile, Odysseus is stranded on islands, caught in storms, trapped by a Cyclops and a sorceress, and impeded by other monsters and gods. Will he ever make it home to his wife and fatherless son? This adaptation by Mary Zimmerman (Metamorphosis, Guys and Dolls, The White Snake) weaves her own spell on Homer’s classic tale of adventure, trials and steadfast love. Campus Locations: Babcock Theatre. Cost: Arts Pass event: Free to U of U students with Ucard, General: $18, UofU Fac/Staff: $15, Seniors (60+)/Military: $15, Students: $8.50, Call for group discounts for parties 20+ (801-585-3816), No refunds or exchanges. Ticket URL: https://tickets.utah.edu/events/the-odyssey/. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, November 15, 2019, 7:30 PM. For more info visit theatre.utah.edu.

Vietnam...Through My Lens

UtahPresents IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF UTAH VETERANS SUPPORT CENTER Sometimes poignant, sometimes lighthearted, always thought provoking, this one-man play follows Stu Richel’s journey as a combat journalist and photographer to, through, and beyond his military service in Vietnam. Stu proudly served in the U.S. Army from January 1968 to January 1970. Through much of 1969, he was a combat photographer/journalist with the 1st Infantry Division in Vietnam; it is that service which provided the impetus for this solo stage performance. Share the odd path by which Stu ended up in Vietnam, some of his misadventures as a journalist and photographer, and (perhaps most importantly) learn how the experience has colored his life. Campus Locations: Kingsbury Hall - Joseph T. (KH). Ticket URL: https://utkh-internet.choicecrm.net/templates/UTKH/?prod=UP1920season&cts_legacy_app. Contact Name: Sheri Jardine. Contact Phone: 801-541-7100. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, November 15, 2019, 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM. For more info visit utahpresents.org.

Utah Athletes In Service at Utah vs. UCLA

Bennion Community Service Center UPCOMING EVENTS: Join us at the Utah vs. UCLA football game when we announce the winners of the 2019-20 Utah Athletes in Service. Go Utes! Campus Locations: Rice-Eccles Stadium (STAD). Contact Name: Chris Wada. Contact Phone: 5-6564. Contact Email: chris.wada@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Saturday, November 16, 2019.

2019 Indigenous Languages Celebration

Latin American Studies and Brazilian Studies 2019 INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES CELEBRATION, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11th 4:00 PM - Introductory Samoan Lesson at UU, GC Rm. 4700 6:00-8:30 PM - Museum of Peoples and Cultures Family Night at BYU-              Polynesian and Micronesian Languages,  2201 N Canyon Rd, Provo TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12th 9:00 AM - Introductory Kichwa Lesson at UU, LNCO Rm. 1950 4:00 PM - Nahuatl/Kichwa Introductory Lessons at SLCC Taylorsville, AAB              Rm.324 5:30 PM - Latin America Presentations at SLCC Taylorsville, AAB Rm. 324 5:00 PM - Introductory Navajo Lesson at BYU, JKB Rm. 1127 5:30 PM - Introductory Hmong Lesson at BYU, JKB Rm. 1121 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13th 1:30 PM - Homenaje a Miguel León-Portilla: Nahua Studies Past and Present              at UU, GC Rm. 2018 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14th 9:00-11:30 AM - Language Fair (Nahuatl, Samoan, Navajo, K’iche’) at SLCC              Taylorsville, AAB Commons Area 2:00 PM - Introductory Nahuatl Lesson at UU, CTIHB Rm. 211 5:00 PM - Introductory Navajo Lesson at… Room Name/Number: SL Public Library, Downtown, 4th Floor Conference Room. Cost: Free and open to the public. Contact Name: Patrick Cheney. Contact Email: patrick.cheney@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Saturday, November 16, 2019, 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM. Salt Lake Public Library- Downtown, 4th Floor Conference Room, 210 E 400 S, SLC, Utah 84111.

Guest Artist Masterclass: Suzanne Stumpf (Wellesley College Emerita)

School of Music Suzanne Stumpf, Wellesley College Professor Emerita and co-artistic director of the Musicians of the Old Post Road, will present a masterclass focused on historically informed performance of Baroque music on the modern flute. Later in the afternoon, Stumpf (traverso) will join Lisa Chaufty (recorder) and Pamela Palmer Jones (harpsichord) for a performance of Baroque music highlighting the national crossroads of Europe in the eighteenth century. The concert will feature works of Henry Purcell, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Francesco Barsanti, George Frideric Handel, and William Williams. Campus Locations: Dumke Recital Hall. Cost: Free. Contact Name: School of Music. Contact Phone: 801-581-6762. Contact Email: events@music.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Saturday, November 16, 2019, 11:00 AM. For more info visit music.utah.edu.

Women's Basketball vs. South Dakota

Athletics Home Opener - Free Football Ticket ; DJ Bangarang ; Face Painter, Balloon Artist. Campus Locations: Huntsman Center - Jon M. (JHC). Cost: Free - $10. Ticket URL: https://utahtickets.com/wbb/. Contact Name: Angelica Sena. Contact Phone: (801) 585-9211. Contact Email: asena@huntsman.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Saturday, November 16, 2019, 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM. For more info visit utahutes.com.

Make: Wood Safety Training

Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute Training is drop-in only and on a first-come, first-served basis. Spots fill up fast! Make Space and resources are open for the fall semester Aug. 26-Nov. 28, excluding holidays and fall break. Please review the safety training information on the Make program website before arriving for required materials. https://lassonde.utah.edu/make/safety-training. Campus Locations: Lassonde Studios. Contact Name: Lassonde. Contact Phone: 801-587-3836. Contact Email: Lassonde@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Saturday, November 16, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. For more info visit lassonde.utah.edu.

11/16: Grand Canyon vs Utah Womens Hockey

Athletics Utah Women's Hockey quest for Nationals continues in game 2 of the GCU rivalry series. Alternate Location: Salt Lake City Sports Complex. Cost: Staff $5. Ticket URL: https://universityofutahhockey.com/shop/single-game-tickets/11-16-grand-canyon-vs-utah-w1/. Transportation / Parking: Parking is free. Contact Email: tickets@utahhockey.com. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Saturday, November 16, 2019, 4:00 PM – 6:30 PM.

Faculty and Friends Recital Suzanne Stumpf (traverso); Lisa Chaufty (recorder) and Pamela Palmer Jones (harpsichord)

School of Music Suzanne Stumpf, Wellesley College Professor Emerita and co-artistic director of the Musicians of the Old Post Road, will present a masterclass focused on historically informed performance of Baroque music on the modern flute. Later in the afternoon, Stumpf (traverso) will join Lisa Chaufty (recorder) and Pamela Palmer Jones (harpsichord) for a performance of Baroque music highlighting the national crossroads of Europe in the eighteenth century. The concert will feature works of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Francesco Barsanti, George Frideric Handel, and William Williams. Campus Locations: Thompson Chamber Music Hall. Cost: Free. Contact Name: School of Music. Contact Phone: 801-581-6762. Contact Email: events@music.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Saturday, November 16, 2019, 5:00 PM. For more info visit music.utah.edu.

11/16: Grand Canyon vs Utah Men's Hockey

Athletics The GCU series continues on Saturday night. Be there as Utah Men's Hockey looks to make it to the National Tournament. Alternate Location: Salt Lake City Sports Complex. Cost: Staff $5. Ticket URL: https://universityofutahhockey.com/shop/single-game-tickets/11-16-grand-canyon-vs-utah-m1/. Transportation / Parking: Parking is free. Contact Email: tickets@utahhockey.com. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Saturday, November 16, 2019, 7:30 PM – 10:00 PM.

The Odyssey [Arts Pass]

Theatre The Trojan War is over, but Odysseus and his men have not returned. Back home, his wife Penelope, plagued by suitors, promises to remarry as soon as she has finished her father-in-law’s shroud—which she unravels every night. Meanwhile, Odysseus is stranded on islands, caught in storms, trapped by a Cyclops and a sorceress, and impeded by other monsters and gods. Will he ever make it home to his wife and fatherless son? This adaptation by Mary Zimmerman (Metamorphosis, Guys and Dolls, The White Snake) weaves her own spell on Homer’s classic tale of adventure, trials and steadfast love. Campus Locations: Babcock Theatre. Cost: Arts Pass event: Free to U of U students with Ucard, General: $18, UofU Fac/Staff: $15, Seniors (60+)/Military: $15, Students: $8.50, Call for group discounts for parties 20+ (801-585-3816), No refunds or exchanges. Ticket URL: https://tickets.utah.edu/events/the-odyssey/. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Sunday, November 17, 2019, 2:00 PM. For more info visit theatre.utah.edu.

Nova Chamber Music Series: Contrasts

School of Music Opposites attract in music drawing on the drama of contradiction, whether in the combination of folk, jazz, and classical styles in Bartók’s Contrasts or in the surprising mood shifts of Schumann’s Kreisleriana. Steven Roens: Countermeasures: Four Pieces for Wind Quartet (World Premiere) Robert Schumann: Kreisleriana, op. 16 Libby Larsen: Dancing Solo Béla Bartók: Contrasts Pre-concert talk | 2:30 p.m. | Weight/Hales Choral Room (DGH 270). Campus Locations: Libby Gardner Concert Hall. Cost: Adult: $20.00; Student/Child: $5.00; UofU Students with UCard: Free. Ticket URL: https://www.novaslc.org/season-1920. Contact Name: NOVA Chamber Music Series. Contact Phone: 801-463-5223. Contact Email: info@novaslc.org. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Sunday, November 17, 2019, 3:00 PM. For more info visit www.novaslc.org.

Senior Recital: Peter Lambson, violin

School of Music Campus Locations: Dumke Recital Hall. Cost: Free. Contact Name: School of Music. Contact Phone: 801-581-6762. Contact Email: events@music.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Sunday, November 17, 2019, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM.

The Odyssey [Arts Pass]

Theatre The Trojan War is over, but Odysseus and his men have not returned. Back home, his wife Penelope, plagued by suitors, promises to remarry as soon as she has finished her father-in-law’s shroud—which she unravels every night. Meanwhile, Odysseus is stranded on islands, caught in storms, trapped by a Cyclops and a sorceress, and impeded by other monsters and gods. Will he ever make it home to his wife and fatherless son? This adaptation by Mary Zimmerman (Metamorphosis, Guys and Dolls, The White Snake) weaves her own spell on Homer’s classic tale of adventure, trials and steadfast love. Campus Locations: Babcock Theatre. Cost: Arts Pass event: Free to U of U students with Ucard, General: $18, UofU Fac/Staff: $15, Seniors (60+)/Military: $15, Students: $8.50, Call for group discounts for parties 20+ (801-585-3816), No refunds or exchanges. Ticket URL: https://tickets.utah.edu/events/the-odyssey/. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Sunday, November 17, 2019, 7:30 PM. For more info visit theatre.utah.edu.

ID Core Curriculum Conference

University of Utah - Health Sciences Meningitis / Encephalitis by Dr. Laura Certain. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Infectious Diseases. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: A didactic core infectious disease conference is structured to include presentations by the ID faculty on broad topics in Infectious Diseases, both clinical and research.  These topics are based on Mandell’s Principles and Practices of Infectious Diseases such as microbial virulence factors, host defense mechanisms, epidemiology of infectious diseases, major clinic  syndromes in infectious diseases, individual organisms, nosocomial infections, infections in specials hosts, surgical and trauma related infect… Event Contact Name: Eric Irwin. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-8812. Event Contact Email: eric.irwin@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Monday, November 18, 2019, 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM. SOM Level 5 Eichwald Conference Room (5B115).

THIS WEBINAR HAS BEEN CANCELLED - Gilman & Boren Scholarships Information Session - WEBINAR

Learning Abroad THIS WEBINAR HAS BEEN CANCELLED ___________________________________________________________ Learn more about the Gilman and Boren Scholarships, including how to apply, and how to create strong applications. The Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship offers grants of up to $5000 for U.S. citizen undergraduate students of limited financial means (must be receiving the Federal Pell Grant) to pursue academic studies or credit-bearing internships abroad. Applicants who are studying a critical need language while abroad in a country where the language is predominantly spoken will be considered for the Critical Need Language Award, for a total award of $8,000. The program aims to encourage students to choose non-traditional study and internship destinations, especially those outside of Western Europe, Australia and New Zealand. The program aims to support students who have been traditionally underrepresented in education abroad, including but not limited to, students with high financial need,… Room Name/Number: Online Webinar. Contact Name: Learning Abroad. Contact Phone: 801-581-5849. Contact Email: learningabroad@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, November 18, 2019, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM. For more info visit learningabroad.utah.edu.

Office Hour - Claire

Undergraduate Research Make an appointment with Claire or just stop by to talk about anything related to your research! The Undergraduate Research Leaders are an excellent resource for you in regard to OUR program information and requirements, research dissemination guidance and practice, and to get the student perspective on all of these topics! Campus Locations: Sill Center - Sterling (SILL). Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, November 18, 2019, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM.

Learning Abroad 101

Learning Abroad Learning Abroad 101 is not a credit bearing course, but is a short, one-time, information session that provides students with guidance on how to narrow down our over 500 program options to find the best fit! Learning Abroad 101 Topics: Program Types , Goal Setting , Program Search , Financing & Scholarships , Credits , Application Process Students who are unable to attend in-person are eligible to sign up for an online session anytime! Faculty and Staff are also welcome to attend to learn more about Learning Abroad at the University of Utah! Campus Locations: Union - A. Ray Olpin (UNION). Room Name/Number: 312. Contact Name: Learning Abroad. Contact Phone: 801-581-5849. Contact Email: learningabroad@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, November 18, 2019, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM. For more info visit learningabroad.utah.edu.

K-Pop Dance Fest

Office for Global Engagement Join us for a celebration of Korea’s much-loved dance craze. Sample Korean candy, learn more about the U’s Asia Campus, and experience the joy of K-Pop. Monday, November 18 Union East Ballroom 11:30 a.m. K-Pop Dance Class Learn to dance with local K-pop dance squad, X-Moment. No experience necessary. All abilities welcome. 12:30 p.m. K-Pop Dance Competition Teams will face off for prizes in a showcase of their fiercest moves. Register your team at global.utah.edu/kpop, or just come to cheer the dancers on! Teams are limited to five members. All participants will be registered for the opportunity to win a highly-coveted University of Utah Asia Campus letterman jacket. Campus Locations: Union - A. Ray Olpin (UNION). Room Name/Number: East Ballroom. Cost: Free. Ticket URL: https://global.utah.edu/kpop/. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, November 18, 2019, 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM.

Endocrine Grand Rounds

University of Utah - Health Sciences “Cystic Fibrosis: More than just lung disease” By: Laurie W. Leclair, MD, Professor, Internal Medicine, Division of Pulmonary, University of Utah School of Medicine. Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Endocrinology and Metabolism. Event Type: Grand Rounds. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Full Description: “Cystic Fibrosis: More than just lung disease” By: Laurie W. Leclair, MD, Professor, Internal Medicine, Division of Pulmonary, University of Utah School of Medicine Learning Objectives: Discuss the endocrine related disorders affecting patients with cystic fibrosis, List the diabetes screening recommendations for patients with cystic fibrosis-related diabetes, Discuss the clinical implications of cystic fibrosis-related diabetes including micro-macro vascular complications, nutritional status and the… Event Contact Name: Ashley Wright. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-3353. Event Contact Email: ashleyr@u2m2.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, November 18, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Utah Diabetes and Endocrinology Center 615 Arapeen Drive Suite 100 Salt Lake City, UT, 84108.

CANCELED - Research In Progress

University of Utah - Health Sciences Colleges & Programs: Health Sciences Programs. Departments: Pediatrics. Event Type: Research in Progress. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Research In Progress -Learning Objectives:  1. Discuss findings in clinical and basic science research being conducted by investigators in the Department of Pediatrics and their colleagues. 2. Review insights regarding interpretation of results, strategic approaches and ideas for future investigations. 3. Describe current educational activities of the Department of Pediatrics.  Recognize contemporary strategies for educating students and residents. Accredita… Event Contact Name: Amanda Locke. Event Contact Phone: 801.587.1467. Event Contact Email: amanda.locke@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Monday, November 18, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM.

M&I Student RIP

University of Utah - Health Sciences Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Pathology. Division: Microbiology & Immunology. Event Type: Research in Progress. Full Description: Jacob Thompson and Erin Larragoite presenting Pathology Research in Progress. Event Contact Name: Kim Springer. Event Contact Phone: 8012133717. Event Contact Email: kim.springer@path.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, November 18, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. HSEB 2600.

PhD Informational Session

College of Social Work The PhD in Social Work opens some interesting professional opportunities. Specifically, the PhD in Social Work prepares individuals for careers focused on research, scholarship, and teaching. Please join us for an informational meeting on PhD programs in Social Work via Zoom Meeting. Program materials and Zoom Link will be emailed during the week of schedule.  We always welcome an opportunity to answer questions and talk with students and applicants. If you are unable to make it to one of our info webinars and you have specific questions regarding our program requirements or admission procedures, please contact us. Alternate Location: via Zoom Meeting. Cost: Free, Registration Required. Ticket URL: https://umarket.utah.edu/um2/csw/product.php?product=44&storecookie=1. Contact Name: Mirela Rankovic. Contact Phone: 801.581.4864. Contact Email: mirela.rankovic@socwk.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, November 18, 2019, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM. For more info visit umarket.utah.edu.

Office Hour - Kalli

Undergraduate Research Make an appointment with Kalli or just stop by to talk about anything related to your research! The Undergraduate Research Leaders are an excellent resource for you in regard to OUR program information and requirements, research dissemination guidance and practice, and to get the student perspective on all of these topics! Campus Locations: Sill Center - Sterling (SILL). Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, November 18, 2019, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM.

Graduate Seminar: David Leu

Chemical Engineering David Leu. Campus Locations: Warnock Engineering Building - John and Marva (WEB). Room Name/Number: WEB 2250. Cost: FREE. Contact Name: Tracey Farnsworth. Contact Phone: 801-587-0398. Contact Email: tracey.farnsworth@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, November 18, 2019, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM.

Metabolism Faculty Candidate - J. Wu

Bioscience Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Biochemistry. Full Description: Departments of Biochemistry, Human Genetics, & NUIP sponsored Faculty Search Jun Wu, PhD Assistant Professor, Molecular & Integrative Physiology  Life Sciences Institute, University of Michigan "A novel metabolic circuitry through acetylcholine and nACnR" Host: Jared Rutter (Biochemistry). Event Contact Name: Diana Mills. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6001. Event Contact Email: diana.mills@biochem.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, November 18, 2019, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. HSEB 2680.

Make: Metal Safety Training

Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute Metal training is drop-in only and on a first-come, first-served basis. Make Space and resources are open for he fall semester Aug. 26-Nov. 28, excluding holidays and fall break. Metal training is Mondays 5-6 p.m. Please review the safety training information on the Make program website before arriving for required materials. https://lassonde.utah.edu/make/safety-training. Campus Locations: Lassonde Studios. Room Name/Number: Make Space. Contact Name: Lassonde. Contact Phone: 801-587-3836. Contact Email: lassonde@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, November 18, 2019, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM. For more info visit lassonde.utah.edu.

Food Entrepreneur: How to be a Boss

Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute If your business really begins to thrive, you’re going to need employees. The Food Entrepreneur program is bringing in a special guest who’s been managing employees of his restaurant for over 20 years. You will hear insight on how to manage people and explore the business and management aspects of running a restaurant — not just the food. Campus Locations: Lassonde Studios. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, November 18, 2019, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM. For more info visit lassonde.utah.edu.

Women's Basketball vs. Eastern Washington - Musical Monday

Athletics Musical Monday ; Food Drive  Ticket Deal: Bring canned food, get in free! Face Painter ; Balloon Artist. Campus Locations: Huntsman Center - Jon M. (JHC). Cost: Free - $10. Ticket URL: https://utahtickets.com/wbb/. Contact Name: Angelica Sena. Contact Phone: (801) 585-9211. Contact Email: asena@huntsman.uta.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, November 18, 2019, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM. For more info visit utahutes.com.

GI & Liver Care - Project ECHO

University of Utah - Health Sciences Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a partnership between interdisciplinary teams of University of Utah specialists and community providers. Through a weekly ECHO conference, University specialists offer case-based learning by consulting with community providers on cases within their current patient populations. Additionally, University specialists and guest presenters conduct brief (15-30 minutes) didactic presentations. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: Health Sciences Programs. Event Type: Education. Seminar Series. Other. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Hospitals & Clinics staff. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a partnership between interdisciplinary teams of University of Utah specialists and community providers. Through a weekly video- conference, University specialists offer case-based learning by consulting with community providers on cases within their current patient populations. Additionally, University specialists and guest presenters conduct brief (15-30 minutes) didactic presentations. Attendees are awarded one and a half hours of Categor… Event Contact Name: Jared Price. Event Contact Phone: 801-587-9193. Event Contact Email: jared.price@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 7:00 AM – 8:30 AM. Video-Conference. For more info visit physicians.utah.edu.

Cardiovascular Conference

University of Utah - Health Sciences Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Cardiovascular Medicine. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Full Description: "Cardiac PET" - Dr Morton. Event Contact Name: Tiffany Nguyen. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-7707. Event Contact Email: tiffany.nguyen@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM. CV Large Conference Room, 4B110D.

Thoracic Treatment Planning Conference

University of Utah - Health Sciences Thoracic Treatment Planning Conference. Campus Locations: Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Surgery. Division: Cardiothoracic Surgery. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: Thoracic Treatment Planning Conference. Event Contact Name: Shawnda Gillespie. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6740. Event Contact Email: shawnda.gillespie@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM. HCI Building, 6th Floor, Alta Room.

Geriatrics Journal Club

Center on Aging Geriatrics Journal Club; “Evaluating the Medical Literature”. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Geriatrics. Event Type: Journal Club. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: Geriatrics Journal Club; “Evaluating the Medical Literature” Division of Geriatrics, AB193. Event Contact Name: Heather Podolan. Event Contact Phone: 801-213-4156. Event Contact Email: heather.podolan@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM. Division of Geriatrics, AB193.

Office Hour - Sydney

Undergraduate Research Make an appointment with Sydney or just stop by to talk about anything related to your research! The Undergraduate Research Leaders are an excellent resource for you in regard to OUR program information and requirements, research dissemination guidance and practice, and to get the student perspective on all of these topics! Campus Locations: Sill Center - Sterling (SILL). Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM.

Office Hour - Ellie

Undergraduate Research Make an appointment with Ellie or just stop by to talk about anything related to your research! The Undergraduate Research Leaders are an excellent resource for you in regard to OUR program information and requirements, research dissemination guidance and practice, and to get the student perspective on all of these topics! Campus Locations: Sill Center - Sterling (SILL). Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM.

Dr Janis Louie, UU

Chemistry-Seminars Seminar Dr. Janis Louie, UU Constructive Criticism Feedback is a gift, but giving and receiving feedback is an art.  We have all heard the term “constructive criticism” and we think of it as a way to help us grow.  Though that is true, we are often solely focused on the “criticism” part and less, if at all so, on the “constructive” part.  In this seminar, we will talk about ways to approach feedback, both as the receiver and the giver, to truly maximize its effectiveness. Thatcher Seminar (4630 TBBC) Host: Shelley Minteer. Campus Locations: Thatcher Building for Biological and Biophysical Chemistry (TBBC). Room Name/Number: 4630 TBBC. Contact Name: Shelley Minteer. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 10:45 AM – 11:45 AM.

Marijuana and the New Utah Law

University of Utah - Health Sciences Join us as Director of Clinical Services at the Department of Health, Steve Ipsen, MSN, RN presents on Marijuana and the New Utah Law. Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Epidemiology. Event Type: Education. Research. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Join us as Director of Clinical Services at the Department of Health, Steve Ipsen, MSN, RN presents on Marijuana and the New Utah Law. Event Contact Name: Shayla Archer. Event Contact Phone: 801-213-3438. Event Contact Email: PARCKA@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. 383 Colorow Road #204. For more info visit medicine.utah.edu.

Advanced HF/VAD/TX

University of Utah - Health Sciences Advanced HF/VAD/TX. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Surgery. Division: Cardiothoracic Surgery. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: Advanced HF/VAD/TX. Event Contact Name: Kelly Pickering. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6740. Event Contact Email: kelly.pickering@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. CV Med Conf. Room.

Climate Changes Health and Health Equity – Community Read/Journal Club

University of Utah - Health Sciences Climate change is a significant threat to health and health equity. In the Fall 2019 Climate Changes Health and Health Equity Community Read/Journal Club, we will focus on two reports:  The 2018 Lancet Countdown Report and The 2016 U.S Global Change Research Program Climate and Health Assessment.    The Lancet Countdown was established to provide an independent, global monitoring system dedicated to tracking the health dimensions of the impacts of, and the response to, climate change. It tracks 41 indicators across five domains: climate change impacts, exposures, and vulnerability; adaptation, planning, and resilience for health; mitigation actions and health co-benefits; finance and economics; and public and political engagement.   The 2016 U.S Global Change Research Program Climate and Health Assessment focuses on the impacts of climate change on human health in the United States.  This scientific assessment examines how climate change is already affecting human health and the changes that may occur in the… Campus Locations: Eccles Health Sciences Library - Spencer S. (E LIB). Colleges & Programs: Eccles Health Sciences Library. Event Type: Journal Club. Full Description: Climate Changes Health and Health Equity Tuesdays at Noon,   September 24th – November 19th, 2019 EHSL 29/30, Lower Level, Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, Map and Directions RSVP – Light lunch will be served. Co-Sponsors:  Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library and The Office of Health Equity and Inclusion. Climate change is a significant threat to health and health equity. In the Fall 2019 Climate Changes Health an… Event Contact Name: JOAN M. GREGORY. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-5534. Event Contact Email: joan.gregory@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. EHSL 29/30, Lower Level, Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library. For more info visit library.med.utah.edu.

Cuba: Complexity, Community, and Change Information Session

Learning Abroad Cuba: Complexity, Community and Change examines the complex intersection of the past and present in relation to current political, economic, social, and environmental changes in Cuba. Despite the recent changes in diplomatic relations with the U.S, there remain many misconceptions regarding both the internal and external dynamics of Cuba. Through in-class and in-country activities we will analyze various historical and contemporary perspectives regarding Cuba and the Cuban Revolution. Special emphasis will be given to grassroots changes occurring at the community level through various old and new social actors. The course is designed to give student participants a unique and interdisciplinary introduction to Cuba’s history, political system, socio-economic conditions and composition, and environmental policies. Through this course, we will be able to develop critical analytical skills related to both U.S. perceptions about Cuba as well as domestic and foreign Cuban policies. By combining readings, class di… Campus Locations: Bennion Center. Union - A. Ray Olpin (UNION). Room Name/Number: Bennion Center (Union). Contact Name: Learning Abroad. Contact Phone: 801-581-5849. Contact Email: learningabroad@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. For more info visit apply.learningabroad.utah.edu.

Meet and Eat with The Road Home

Career & Professional Development Center Come and learn about The Road Home's opportunities and work culture! Bring your questions and your appetite and join us at The Road Home Meet & Eat. Cost: 0. Ticket URL: https://utah.joinhandshake.com/events/336961. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM.

Faculty RIP - Brian Evavold

University of Utah - Health Sciences Campus Locations: Emma Eccles Jones Medical Research Building (EEJMRB). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Pathology. Division: Microbiology & Immunology. Event Type: Research in Progress. Full Description: Brian Evavold Faculty RIP Lunch Served. Event Contact Name: Kim Springer. Event Contact Phone: 8012133717. Event Contact Email: kim.springer@path.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM. EEJMRB Kjeldsberg Conf Room.

WellnessNOW - Mind Well - PEAK Workshop

University of Utah - Health Sciences Come learn more about the importance of emotional wellness. We'll help you create a self-care toolbox unique to your needs. You'll also learn a stretching practice that will allow you to tap into your flexibility, curiosity, and openness.​. Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: Come learn more about the importance of emotional wellness. We'll help you create a self-care toolbox unique to your needs. You'll also learn a stretching practice that will allow you to tap into your flexibility, curiosity, and openness.​. Event Contact Name: Britta Trepp. Event Contact Phone: (801) 213-3777. Event Contact Email: wellnessnow@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 1:00 PM – 1:30 PM. Midvalley Health Center - Moran Mid Valley Conference Room. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

WellnessNOW - Mind Well - PEAK Workshop

University of Utah - Health Sciences Come learn more about the importance of emotional wellness. We'll help you create a self-care toolbox unique to your needs. You'll also learn a stretching practice that will allow you to tap into your flexibility, curiosity, and openness.​. Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: Come learn more about the importance of emotional wellness. We'll help you create a self-care toolbox unique to your needs. You'll also learn a stretching practice that will allow you to tap into your flexibility, curiosity, and openness.​. Event Contact Name: Britta Trepp. Event Contact Phone: 801.213.3777. Event Contact Email: wellnessnow@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 1:00 PM – 1:30 PM. HSEB 2680. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Feel Better Now

Counseling Center The workshop series includes a set of 4 modules that are covered over the course of 4 weeks. It is highly recommended that participants start attending the workshop at module 1, but the modules may be attended in any order, and may be repeated. Participants will learn a variety of effective and practical skills they can use to manage anxiety, decrease sadness, and increase focus. See this overview for more information about the content and the dates/times of each workshop. Feel Better Now is open to students of the U (including those not taking course credits over summer sessions), and students do not need to be UCC clients to attend. All participants must register online to attend. Please go to the following website to register: https://mindfulnesscenter.utah.edu/forms/mindfulness-workshop-registration.php. Campus Locations: Student Services Building (SSB). Room Name/Number: 344/ Mindfulness Center. Cost: Free. Ticket URL: https://mindfulnesscenter.utah.edu/forms/mindfulness-workshop-registration.php. Contact Name: Alexis Arczynski. Contact Phone: 801-581-6826. Contact Email: aarczynski@sa.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM. For more info visit mindfulnesscenter.utah.edu.

Bloodborne Pathogens Training

Institutional Biosafety Committee Participants will be provided information of risks associated with Bloodborne pathogens, the practice of Universal Precautions, the protective measures that should be followed when handling potentially infectious materials, requirements for an exposure control plan, disposing of regulated waste, Hepatitis B vaccination, post-exposure response, decontamination and spill clean-up procedures, and training requirements. Presentation is designed specifically for laboratory personnel and study coordinators who work directly with human blood, certain body fluids, and primary cell lines and tissues as well as employees who work in settings where infectious materials are handled by others. All individuals who work with or around human blood or other potentially infectious materials, including human and non-human primate cell lines, are required by federal regulation (29 CFR 1910.1030) to complete Bloodborne Pathogens Training on an annual basis.  * Please bring a Smartphone, Laptop, Tablet or any web browser enabled i… Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Contact Name: Bryson Ockey. Contact Phone: 801-585-5424. Contact Email: bryson.ockey@oehs.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM. For more info visit utah.bridgeapp.com.

WellnessNOW - Mind Well - PEAK Workshop

University of Utah - Health Sciences Come learn more about the importance of emotional wellness. We'll help you create a self-care toolbox unique to your needs. You'll also learn a stretching practice that will allow you to tap into your flexibility, curiosity, and openness.​. Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: Come learn more about the importance of emotional wellness. We'll help you create a self-care toolbox unique to your needs. You'll also learn a stretching practice that will allow you to tap into your flexibility, curiosity, and openness.​. Event Contact Name: Britta Trepp. Event Contact Phone: (801) 213-3777. Event Contact Email: wellnessnow@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 1:30 PM – 2:00 PM. Midvalley Health Center - Moran Midvalley Conference Room. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

WellnessNOW - Mind Well - PEAK Workshop

University of Utah - Health Sciences Come learn more about the importance of emotional wellness. We'll help you create a self-care toolbox unique to your needs. You'll also learn a stretching practice that will allow you to tap into your flexibility, curiosity, and openness.​. Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: Come learn more about the importance of emotional wellness. We'll help you create a self-care toolbox unique to your needs. You'll also learn a stretching practice that will allow you to tap into your flexibility, curiosity, and openness.​. Event Contact Name: Britta Trepp. Event Contact Phone: 801.213.3777. Event Contact Email: wellnessnow@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 1:30 PM – 2:00 PM. HSEB 2680. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

PhD Proposal Defense: Roger Z. Beal

Mechanical Engineering THE UNIVERSITY OF UTAH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & THE DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PRESENT A DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY RESEARCH PROPOSAL DEFENSE ENTITLED: Characterization of near crack tip deformation fields in additively manufactured Ti6Al4V By:  Roger Z. Beal 19 November 2019 MEK 0560 Time: 2:00 PM Committee Members: Dr. Owen T. Kingstedt (Chair) Dr. Wenda Tan Dr. Ashley D. Spear Dr. Ravi Chandran Dr. Edwin Schwalbach Project Summary: Additively manufactured (AM) Ti6Al4V offers a solution to aerospace supply chain shortages for newer and aging aircraft caused by declining manufacturing capabilities in the United States.  Additive manufacturing technology, with nearly unlimited flexibility in net shape formation, is a viable solution to the current alternative of expensive retooling of forging presses to manufacture replacement parts. Ti6Al4V is a desirable aerospace alloy due to properties of high strength to weight ratio and high yield stress at elevated temperatures along with… Campus Locations: Rio Tinto Kennecott Mechanical Engineering Building. Room Name/Number: Milner Exec. Boardroom (0560 MEK). Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM.

Seminars on the Utah Population Database (UPDB): Session 3

Research Education The Utah Population Database (UPDB) is a unique and world-renowned University of Utah resource for genetic, epidemiologic and demographic research. There are currently over 100 projects covering a broad range of research topics that have been approved to use the UPDB. Three distinct but related sessions are being offered to describe the research opportunities available by accessing the UPDB: the first introduces the database and provides examples of its current and potential use in research projects; the second offers hands-on computer training on the UPDB Limited Query Tool; and the third explains the regulatory process for requesting access to the UPDB for a specific research project. Session 3: Utah Population Database: Access and Approval for Research Projects The Utah Resource for Genetic and Epidemiologic Research (RGE) administers access to the Utah Population Database (UPDB) and other linked data sets. This presentation will provide guidance on the policies and procedures necessary to use and ga… Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Room Name/Number: Room 2110. Cost: Online registration is required. No cost for University faculty, staff and students; $28.00 for Non-University individuals. Ticket URL: https://utah.catalog.instructure.com/browse/research-education/research-administration-training-series/courses/seminars-on-the-utah-population-database-updb-session-3-november-19th. Transportation / Parking: The Health Sciences Education Building (HSEB) is located directly south of the Eccles Health Sciences Library and directly east of the College of Nursing and College of Pharmacy. For those of you who are coming from a location outside of the health sciences campus, there is a Campus Shuttle stop just south of the HSEB, visitor parking in the South Terrace, and various "A" Lots and metered parking available on the south end of the HSEB and the College of Pharmacy. Contact Name: Research Education. Contact Phone: 801.587.3958. Contact Email: researcheducation@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM. For more info visit education.research.utah.edu.

Learning Abroad 101

Learning Abroad Learning Abroad 101 is not a credit bearing course, but is a short, one-time, information session that provides students with guidance on how to narrow down our over 500 program options to find the best fit! Learning Abroad 101 Topics: Program Types , Goal Setting , Program Search , Financing & Scholarships , Credits , Application Process Students who are unable to attend in-person are eligible to sign up for an online session anytime! Faculty and Staff are also welcome to attend to learn more about Learning Abroad at the University of Utah! Campus Locations: Union - A. Ray Olpin (UNION). Room Name/Number: 312. Contact Name: Learning Abroad. Contact Phone: 801-581-5849. Contact Email: learningabroad@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM. For more info visit learningabroad.utah.edu.

Digital Matters Speaker Event "The Hardcore Gamer is Dead: Long Live Gamers"

English Digital Matters is pleased to announce that Ryan Moeller, Assoc. Prof. Dept. of English at Utah State University will be presenting, “The Hardcore Gamer is Dead: Long Live Gamers.”  Please join us on Tuesday, November 19th at 2:30 p.m. in Digital Matters on the second floor of Marriott Library.  Light refreshments will be served.  See attached flyer or our website for details. Room Name/Number: Digital Matters Lab. Contact Name: Marisa Snyder. Contact Email: marisa.snyder@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM. For more info visit digitalmatters.utah.edu.

Utah Naloxone Kit Building

Bennion Community Service Center COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS: Utah Naloxone is committed to increasing access to naloxone to PREVENT opioid overdose death in Utah. This is a very safe antidote and it is LEGAL to have in the state of Utah. If this can benefit you or someone you love, let's get naloxone in your life. These lives matter! Volunteers will learn how to recognize the signs of opiate/opioid overdose and how to use/administer the life-saving drug naloxone. People will receive education and training on the opiate epidemic: the laws regarding possession of naloxone, the laws regarding education of peers, disseminating information, and how to properly administer naloxone. Volunteers will be educated on the opioid epidemic and how it affects our community. They will also assist with the assembly of naloxone kits (syringes, naloxone, instructions). Volunteers will also be asked to conduct outreach and recruitment efforts to disseminate information about overdose prevention. Cost: Free, but please RSVP by clicking the link provided. Contact Name: Meg Lee & Elizabeth Schindler. Contact Email: utahnaloxonebc@gmail.com. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 3:30 PM – 5:30 PM. Williams Building 295 Chipeta Way. For more info visit docs.google.com.

GCSC Seminar: “Driving the Agenda?: California Drought in the 21st Century"--Juliet Carlisle, Associate Professor, Political Science, University of Utah

Global Change & Sustainability Center Abstract:  The theory of punctuated equilibrium and agenda setting has been widely used to help explain why various laws are adopted or fail to be adopted in the U.S. and elsewhere.  A key variable in the multiple-streams model is “focusing events,” which are “sudden shocks” that grab the public’s attention.  A number of scholars have written about the concept, trying to define it more clearly.  Most prominently, Thomas Birkland (1997) argues that focusing events are “sudden, relatively rare, can be reasonably defined as harmful or revealing the possibility of potentially greater future harms.”  He also adds that they become known to politicians and the general public nearly simultaneously. In this paper, we use the concept of focusing episodes to look at how Californians, their elected officials, and policy advocates responded to the drought conditions in the state in the twenty-first century.  What we find is that even a slow-moving disaster can have a big impact. Bio: Juliet Carlisle is an Associate… Campus Locations: Aline Wilmot Skaggs Biology Building (ASB). Room Name/Number: 210. Contact Phone: 801.581.6414. Contact Email: gcsc@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. For more info visit environment.utah.edu.

Neuroscience Program Seminar

Neurosciences Gateway Helen Bateup, Ph.D. UC Berkeley Assistant Professor, Department of Neurobiology "The multifaceted roles of TSC-mTOR signaling in neuronal development, function, and disease". Campus Locations: Eccles Institute of Human Genetics. Room Name/Number: Gesteland-White Auditorium. Contact Name: Tracy Marble. Contact Phone: 801-581-4820. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. For more info visit neuroscience.med.utah.edu.

Faculty Candidate

Chemistry-Seminars Faculty Candidate. Campus Locations: Thatcher Building for Biological and Biophysical Chemistry (TBBC). Room Name/Number: TBBC 4630. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM.

Intensive Arabic Language and Area Studies in Egypt - Information Session

Learning Abroad Come learn about the new Intensive Arabic Language and Area Studies in Egypt Program! In the largest city in the Arab world, and at one of the most prestigious centers for Arabic studies in the Middle East, join us in Cairo to study and enhance your modern standard and Egyptian Arabic language skills, while exploring the history of one of the oldest civilizations on earth. In Egypt, you will never run of out of rich cultural activities and meaningful opportunities to practice your language. Students will earn 6-9 Arabic credits through this program. Campus Locations: Language & Communication Bldg (LNCO). Room Name/Number: LNCO 1945. Contact Name: Learning Abroad. Contact Phone: 801-581-5849. Contact Email: learningabroad@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. For more info visit apply.learningabroad.utah.edu.

Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Scholarship Information Session

Latin American Studies and Brazilian Studies Join us for an information session regarding the Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) scholarship. The next application is due on January 31st, 2020 for the Summer 2020 FLAS award and/or the Academic Year 2020-2021 FLAS award. We will discuss eligibility requirements, award amounts, requirements if awarded, and application information, such as transcripts, the statement of purpose, and the letters of recommendations. There will also be food provided! Please see the following website for eligibility information and frequently asked questions: https://ias.utah.edu/language/flas.php. Campus Locations: Carolyn Tanner Irish Humanities Building (CTIHB). Room Name/Number: CTIHB, Rm. 211. Cost: Free and open to the public. Contact Name: Patrick Cheney. Contact Phone: (801) 581-6101. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM.

Guest Artist Masterclass: Till Fellner, piano

School of Music Till Fellner is a piano soloist with the Utah Symphony the week of November 15. The masterclass is free and open to the public. Campus Locations: Libby Gardner Concert Hall. Cost: Free. Contact Name: School of Music. Contact Phone: 801-581-6762. Contact Email: events@music.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 5:00 PM. For more info visit music.utah.edu.

CT Surgery Resident Tuesday Conference

University of Utah - Health Sciences CT Surgery Resident Conference. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Surgery. Division: Cardiothoracic Surgery. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: CT Surgery Resident Tuesday Conference. Event Contact Name: Shawnda Gillespie. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6740. Event Contact Email: shawnda.gillespie@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 5:15 PM – 6:15 PM. Classroom D.

Theatre, Fine Arts, & Humanities in London - Information Session

Learning Abroad Earn GE credit in Fine Arts and Humanities by studying exciting, thought-provoking, world-class drama in one of the most dynamic arts cities on the planet: London. We’ll visit museums, art galleries, and historical and cultural sites—plus experience 12-14 productions by some of the finest theatre companies in the world as we explore the plays of Shakespeare and contemporary playwrights. Our cost-conscious 6-week program is open to all students. Theatre, Fine Arts, and Humanities in London is a Beacons of Excellence Award-winning program. It is open to ALL majors, no previous theater background is necessary. Campus Locations: Union - A. Ray Olpin (UNION). Room Name/Number: Union 312. Contact Name: Learning Abroad. Contact Phone: 801-581-5849. Contact Email: learningabroad@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 5:15 PM – 6:15 PM. For more info visit apply.learningabroad.utah.edu.

Talks with Teasley—Featuring Eric Garland

College of Social Work Meet Dean Martell Teasley, find out where the College of Social Work is headed, and learn a bit about some of the exciting research currently underway.  Dr. Eric Garland will talk about his research around Mindfulness-Oriented Recovery Enhancement (MORE), an innovative therapy he developed as a treatment for chronic pain and opioid misuse.  Learn how Dr. Garland’s research is making waves in the national fight against the opioid epidemic. Cost: 1 CEU Pending/$15. Contact Name: Lisa Himonas. Contact Email: lisa.himonas@socwk.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM. Alta Club, 100 East South Temple, Salt Lake City, UT.

LSND400: Products, Design & Arts Dinner (RESIDENTS ONLY)

Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute All residents welcome to join this catered dinner. Hear the startup story from a local CEO. Learn about their success, and enjoy a catered meal with the L4 community. RSVP required: https://lassondeentrepreneurinstitute.as.me/?appointmentType=10898786. Campus Locations: Lassonde Studios. Room Name/Number: 3rd Floor. Contact Name: Lassonde. Contact Phone: 801-587-3836. Contact Email: lassonde@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM. For more info visit lassonde.utah.edu.

Classical Guitar Ensemble

School of Music Campus Locations: Dumke Recital Hall. Cost: Free. Contact Name: School of Music. Contact Phone: 801-581-6762. Contact Email: events@music.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 7:30 PM. For more info visit music.utah.edu.

The Utah Entrepreneur Challenge: Application Opens

Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute The application opens today for the Utah Entrepreneur Challenge, a statewide business model competition. Students from all universities and colleges in the state are welcome to participate. Teams are competing for $100,000 in cash and prizes. Contact Name: Lassonde. Contact Phone: 801-587-3836. Contact Email: lassonde@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 20, 2019. Online. For more info visit lassonde.utah.edu.

CV Imaging Conference

University of Utah - Health Sciences Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Cardiovascular Medicine. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Full Description: "AS" - Brent Wilson, MD. Event Contact Name: Tiffany Nguyen. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-7707. Event Contact Email: tiffany.nguyen@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM. Echo Lab.

Wednesday Morning Fellows' Conference

University of Utah - Health Sciences Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Pulmonary. Full Description: Wednesday Morning Fellows' Conference. Event Contact Name: Layla Atwood. Event Contact Phone: 8015817807. Event Contact Email: layla.atwood@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM. Renzetti Conference Room, 745 Wintrobe.

Rheumatology Lecture Series

University of Utah - Health Sciences Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Rheumatology. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Full Description: 7:30 - 8:15am  Neurologic Manifestations of Sjogren’s Syndrome by Dr. Linea Onofrei, 8:15 - 9:00am IgG4/Retroperitoneal Fibrosis by Dr. Erica Jaffe. Event Contact Name: Dora Miller. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-1686. Event Contact Email: dora.miller@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 7:30 AM – 9:00 AM. Tyler Conference Room 4A440.

Peds Cath Conference

University of Utah - Health Sciences Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Surgery. Division: Cardiothoracic Surgery. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: Peds Cath Conference. Event Contact Name: Kelly Pickering. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6740. Event Contact Email: kelly.pickering@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM. PCH Auditorium.

Apple One-Day Sale

Campus Store On Wednesday, November 20 at the main University Campus Store and the University Campus Store Health in HSEB, select Apple products will be available tax-free. Faculty, staff and students will receive an additional 8% off of already-reduced academic prices on all MacBook Pros, MacBook Airs, iPad Pros, and more. This semi-annual sale is exclusively for University of Utah faculty and staff who are invited to save hundreds of dollars on new Apple devices. All discounted items are limited to stock on-hand on November 20. We encourage all participants to pre-order product, due to the high demand and likelihoods of selling out. Any pre-ordered items will be in store and ready for pickup at the main Campus Store and the Campus Store Health on the day of the event, November 20. For those who choose to shop at the main Campus Store on the day of the event, please use the coupon code “APPLE2019” for 2-hours of free parking. One thing to note when shopping online—sale prices will not be reflected at checkout. Pric… Campus Locations: Book Store (U CAMPSTOR). Alternate Location: Campus Store Health (HSEB). Contact Name: Shelby Bourne. Contact Phone: 801-581-4693. Contact Email: shelby.bourne@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 7:30 AM – 6:00 PM. For more info visit www.campusstore.utah.edu.

Office Hour - Madi

Undergraduate Research Make an appointment with Madi or just stop by to talk about anything related to your research! The Undergraduate Research Leaders are an excellent resource for you in regard to OUR program information and requirements, research dissemination guidance and practice, and to get the student perspective on all of these topics! Campus Locations: Sill Center - Sterling (SILL). Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM.

Fulbright Information Session

College of Social & Behavioral Science Fulbright: Research, Study and Teaching Grants for U.S. Students Fulbright provides grants for U.S. students wishing to perform research, teach English, or study in a foreign country – please join us to learn more about this prestigious opportunity. Open to graduate and undergraduate students in all disciplines. Fulbright U.S. Student Program – Upcoming Events* Information Sessions: Wednesday, November 20, 10 am – 11 am *All sessions will be held in Gardner Commons, room 3105 (OGE). Campus Locations: Carolyn and Kem Gardner Commons (GC). Room Name/Number: 3105. Contact Name: Howard Lehman. Contact Email: howard.lehman@poli-sci.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM. For more info visit fulbright.utah.edu.

Reflection as Part of the Research Process (Undergraduate Research Education Series)

Undergraduate Research Presented by Robyn Moreno. Reflection, though a necessary part of the research process, is not often explicitly discussed or taught. This session will help you intentionally incorporate reflection into to your daily research and at the end of an experience. This session is useful for any student at any point in their research experience. Student feedback:  "I felt that the discussion about the reflective process helped me pinpoint how my mentors and I have already employed the process and made me more aware of how I can more actively apply it to improve my research & writing." "Reflection is crucial to grow personally + intellectually! Its a huge part of the program I am doing my UROP project with (Bennion Scholars) and has helped me learn + improve my project a lot." "This workshop helped by making me think of my research from a different perspective, gave me ideas on how to improve my process, improving the communication of my research.". Campus Locations: Sill Center - Sterling (SILL). Room Name/Number: SILL 120. Cost: FREE. Contact Name: Stephanie Shiver. Contact Phone: (801) 581-8070. Contact Email: our@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM. For more info visit our.utah.edu.

Pause for Paws

College of Social Work Students, faculty, and staff are invited to de-stress by visiting with registered Therapy Animals of Utah therapy dogs during this fun and relaxing event.  Since spending time with calm dogs can reduce a person’s heart rate, blood pressure, anxiety, and stress levels, this is the perfect way to prepare for (or recover from) finals!  This event is free and open to the campus community. Campus Locations: College of Social Work (SW). Room Name/Number: Social Work Atrium. Cost: Free. Contact Name: Jennifer Nozawa. Contact Phone: 801.585.9303. Contact Email: jennifer.nozawa@socwk.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM.

Executive MBA Open House

David Eccles School of Business Come stop by, see campus, and meet with an advisor to learn about the Executive MBA program and get answers to any questions you have on topics such as the program format, application process, and much more. Campus Locations: Robert H. and Katharine B. Garff Building (GARFF). Room Name/Number: 4130. Cost: Free. Ticket URL: https://eccles.secure.force.com/emba/. Contact Name: Executive MBA. Contact Phone: 801-581-5577. Contact Email: EMBA@Utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM.

Executive MBA Open House

David Eccles School of Business Come stop by, see campus, and meet with an advisor to learn about the Executive MBA program and get answers to any questions you have on topics such as the program format, application process, and much more. Campus Locations: Robert H. and Katharine B. Garff Building (GARFF). Room Name/Number: 4130. Cost: Free. Ticket URL: https://eccles.secure.force.com/emba/. Contact Name: Executive MBA. Contact Phone: 801-581-5577. Contact Email: EMBA@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM.

Biomedical Engineering Undergraduate Colloquium: Tara Deans

Biomedical Engineering Engineering Novel Delivery Devices with Synthetic Biology Speaker: Tara Deans. Room Name/Number: 4100. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Filter View Value: Colloquia. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 11:50 AM – 12:50 PM. SMBB 4100.

Pediatrics teleECHO

University of Utah - Health Sciences Take advantage of this case-based learning opportunity to collaborate with experts within the Department of Pediatrics on commonly diagnosed and treated pediatric health conditions in primary care. Learn best practices, including proper screening tools, pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatments, and how to address common concerns from parents. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: Health Sciences Programs. Departments: Project ECHO. Event Type: Education. Seminar Series. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Take advantage of this case-based learning opportunity to collaborate with experts within the Department of Pediatrics on commonly diagnosed and treated pediatric health conditions in primary care. Learn best practices, including proper screening tools, pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatments, and how to address common concerns from parents. Event Contact Name: Christina Choate. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-2252. Event Contact Email: christina.choate@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Videoconference (Zoom). For more info visit physicians.utah.edu.

Heart Failure Conference

University of Utah - Health Sciences Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Cardiovascular Medicine. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Full Description: "Echocardiogram and Left Ventricular Assist Device" - Virginia Hebl, MD. Event Contact Name: Tiffany Nguyen. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-7707. Event Contact Email: tiffany.nguyen@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Tyler Room, 4A440.

ID Fellows Didactic Conference

University of Utah - Health Sciences Journal Club Article will be presented by Jessica Johnson (Zurko), MD. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Infectious Diseases. Event Type: Conferences. Journal Club. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Infectious Disease Fellowship Journal Club. Event Contact Name: Eric Irwin. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-8812. Event Contact Email: eric.irwin@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. SOM Level 5 Eichwald Conference Room (5B115).

The IKEA effect: What Stewardship Teaches Us About the Role of Hospitalists in Quality Improvement

University of Utah - Health Sciences Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: General Internal Medicine. Event Type: Other. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: Valerie Vaughn, MD, MSc is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and Hospitalist Investigator in the Department of Internal Medicine at the University of Michigan Medical School and the VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System. Her research focuses on improving the safety of hospitalized patients by reducing antibiotic overuse, particularly at hospital discharge. As a practicing hospitalist, she works to understand the role hospitalists play in improving antibiotic use and diagnosis of common infections such as pneumoni… Event Contact Name: Sharla Watts. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-7822. Event Contact Email: sharla.watts@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. HSEB 1750.

2019-20 Oncological Sciences / HCI Lab RIP & Seminar Series

Bioscience 2019-20 Oncological Sciences / HCI Lab RIP & Seminar Series. Campus Locations: Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Oncological Sciences. Event Type: Research in Progress. Seminar Series. Event Audience: Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: 2019-20 Oncological Sciences / HCI Lab RIP & Seminar Series  12:00 Noon J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation Auditorium (1st Floor HCI Research South Building). Event Contact Name: Dee DalPonte. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-7774. Event Contact Email: dee.dalponte@hci.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation Auditorium (1st Floor HCI Research South Building). For more info visit medicine.utah.edu.

Russian Conversation Table

World Languages and Cultures Join us at the Russian Conversational Table (РУССКИЕ ПОСИДЕЛКИ)! to learn and practice Russian in a fun, conversational setting! This conversational table is open to students of all language levels and anyone who is interested in Russian culture and wants to learn some Russian or improve Russian skills. It is a great way to meet other students and learn about the Russian-speaking world. There will be no Russian Table over Fall Break (10/9), or Finals Week (12/11). Campus Locations: Marriott Library - J. Willard (M LIB). Room Name/Number: Mom's Cafe. Contact Name: Natalya Kuznetsova. Contact Email: natalya.kuznetsova@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM.

Internal Reviewers -- Meeting with Graduate Students

English We have finally completed our 7-year Graduate Council Program Review for the Department of English (Self-Study 2019-20), and the next step will be to meet with the internal and external reviews. Please make time to attend these meetings as they are very important to helping the English Department develop and plan for the future. We really need the opinions of our graduate students. Campus Locations: Language & Communication Bldg (LNCO). Room Name/Number: 3865. Contact Name: Scott Black. Contact Phone: 8015816168. Contact Email: scott.black@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM.

Source Documentation for Clinical Research

Research Education The requirements for source documents and the collection of clinical research data for investigator-initiated studies, as well as research sponsored by industry and government, will be presented. How to prepare forms to serve as source documents will be described and specific examples of templates will be provided. Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Room Name/Number: Room 2120. Cost: Online registration is required. No cost for University faculty, staff and students; $28.00 for Non-University individuals. Ticket URL: https://utah.catalog.instructure.com/browse/research-education/research-administration-training-series/courses/source-documentation-for-clinical-research-november-20th. Transportation / Parking: The Health Sciences Education Building (HSEB) is located directly south of the Eccles Health Sciences Library and directly east of the College of Nursing and College of Pharmacy. For those of you who are coming from a location outside of the health sciences campus, there is a Campus Shuttle stop just south of the HSEB, visitor parking in the South Terrace, and various "A" Lots and metered parking available on the south end of the HSEB and the College of Pharmacy. Contact Name: Research Education. Contact Phone: 801-587-3958. Contact Email: researcheducation@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM. For more info visit education.research.utah.edu.

Nephrology Fellow Didactic

University of Utah - Health Sciences Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Nephrology. Event Type: Conferences. Full Description: Nephrology Fellow Didactic Anti-GBM disease Jo Abraham. Event Contact Name: Connie Kimball. Event Contact Phone: (801)581-8193. Event Contact Email: connie.kimball@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 3:30 PM – 4:15 PM. Tyler Conference Room, School of Medicine. For more info visit medicine.utah.edu.

Metabolism Faculty Candidate - Z. Kuang

Bioscience Campus Locations: Eccles Institute of Human Genetics. Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Biochemistry. Full Description: Departments of Biochemistry & NUIP Sponsored Faculty Search Zheng Kuang, PhD Dept. of Immunology, UT Southwestern Medical Center "The epigenetic language of host-microbial interactions" Host: Janet Lindsley (Biochemistry). Event Contact Name: Diana Mills. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6001. Event Contact Email: diana.mills@biochem.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. EIHG Auditorium.

Materials Science & Engineering Graduate Seminar -

Metallurgical Engineering Campus Locations: Warnock Engineering Building - John and Marva (WEB). Room Name/Number: 1230. Cost: free. Contact Name: Kay Argyle. Contact Phone: (801) 581-6386. Contact Email: kay.argyle@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 4:10 PM – 5:00 PM.

Nephrology Clinical Conference

University of Utah - Health Sciences Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Nephrology. Event Type: Conferences. Full Description: Nephrology Clinical Conference ASN highlights. Event Contact Name: Liz Beach. Event Contact Phone: (801)213-1382. Event Contact Email: liz.beach@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 4:15 PM – 5:00 PM. Cartwright Conference Room, School of Medicine. For more info visit medicine.utah.edu.

Going Global Career Panel and Networking

College of Humanities Interested in a career within international business, government, or travel? Going Global is the place to be!  96% of employers want students to have intercultural skills. Here at the U, you can hone your intercultural skills and prepare for a global career through a global major, a global internship, through learning abroad or studying a foreign language. Hear from alumni and professionals about their global careers and experiences and how international experiences and language skills have benefitted them in the workplace! Campus Locations: Carolyn Tanner Irish Humanities Building (CTIHB). Room Name/Number: 109. Contact Name: Ashley Glenn. Contact Email: ias@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM. For more info visit ias.utah.edu.

Nephrology Grand Rounds

University of Utah - Health Sciences Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Nephrology. Event Type: Conferences. Full Description: Nephrology Grand Rounds ASN highlights Fellows/faculty. Event Contact Name: Liz Beach. Event Contact Phone: (801)213-1382. Event Contact Email: liz.beach@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM. Cartwright Conference Room, SOM. For more info visit medicine.utah.edu.

Make: Wood Safety Training

Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute Training is drop-in only and on a first-come, first-served basis. Spots fill up fast! Make Space and resources are open for the fall semester Aug. 26-Nov. 28, excluding holidays and fall break. Wood training is Wednesdays 5-6 p.m. Saturdays noon-1 p.m. Please review the safety training information on the Make program website before arriving for required materials. https://lassonde.utah.edu/make/safety-training. Campus Locations: Lassonde Studios. Contact Name: Lassonde. Contact Phone: 801-587-3836. Contact Email: Lassonde@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM. For more info visit lassonde.utah.edu.

Workshops: Startup Legal Issues

Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute If you plan to start a company, or already have, you will almost certainly encounter legal issues you will need to solve. Join us at the workshop to learn about some of the most important legal issues that startups must face. Campus Locations: Lassonde Studios. Contact Name: Lassonde. Contact Phone: 801-587-3836. Contact Email: lassonde@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM. For more info visit lassonde.utah.edu.

Army Health Professions Scholarship Information Session

Preprofessional Advising Office Room Name/Number: 2675. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM. Gardner Commons.

MSBA Information Session

David Eccles School of Business Attend an information session to learn how the MS Business Analytics program can help you expand your career options and become an Associate Certified Analytics Professional. Campus Locations: Spencer Fox Eccles Business Building (SFEBB). Cost: Free. Ticket URL: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/msba-information-session-november-20th-2019-registration-76832485031. Contact Name: Michelle Franchina. Contact Phone: 801-581-2289. Contact Email: Michelle.Franchina@Eccles.Utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 5:45 PM – 7:00 PM.

Tanner Lecture on Human Values with Maya Lin

English Renowned artist and designer, Maya Lin, interprets the natural world through history, politics, and culture, creating a body of work that balances art and architecture. Her key works include the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington DC, The Civil Rights Memorial in Alabama, the Women’s Table in Connecticut, and her digital memorial “What is Missing?” The Tanner Lectures on Human Values is a distinguished series that instigates educational and scientific discussions relating to human values. The Lectures are held annually at Harvard University, Yale University, Princeton University, University of Michigan, Stanford University, University of California Berkeley, University of Utah, University of Oxford, and the University of Cambridge. Campus Locations: Kingsbury Hall - Joseph T. (KH). Ticket URL: https://tickets.utah.edu/events/tanner-lecture-on-human-values-with-maya-lin/. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM.

Tanner Lecture on Human Values with Maya Lin

Tanner Humanities Center "AT THE INTERSECTION OF ART AND ARCHITECTURE" Maya Lin Artist, Designer, Environmentalist Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 7:00 P.M. Kingsbury Hall, University of Utah Renowned artist and designer, Maya Lin, interprets the natural world through history, politics, and culture, creating a body of work that balances art and architecture. Her key works include the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington DC, The Civil Rights Memorial in Alabama, the Women's Table in Connecticut, and her digital memorial "What is Missing?" This event is FREE and open to the public. Tickets available October 21st at 10:00am. Campus Locations: Kingsbury Hall - Joseph T. (KH). Cost: Free. Ticket URL: https://tickets.utah.edu/. Contact Name: Beth James. Contact Phone: 801-581-8473. Contact Email: beth.james@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM.

Crosstalk Electroacoustic Concert [Arts Pass Event]

School of Music Campus Locations: Dumke Recital Hall. Cost: Free. Contact Name: School of Music. Contact Phone: 801-581-6762. Contact Email: events@music.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 7:30 PM. For more info visit music.utah.edu.