He will discuss the knots present in polymer loops as they move randomly through space, and his research in this area.
David Bornstein will speak with students on topics such as fair trade and social entrepreneurship.
Phillips Scholarships, $15,650 awards, are given annually to six sophomores from Minnesota private colleges.
Dr. Corrine Carvalho and Dr. Gerald Schlabach will lead Thursday’s discussion.
The talk does not presuppose attendance at “How to Become a Better Philosopher: Tips From Aristotle (Part I).”
Recent participants will share their experiences about classes, life at the Bernardi residence, and opportunities for service and spiritual growth.
The club will host Jim Peterson of The Renaissance Festival on Tuesday and the annual Professor Consortia on Thursday.
Scholarship awards up to $20,000 and fellowship awards up to $30,000 are available to those who study in countries generally underrepresented in study-abroad programs.
Jane Canney, vice president for student affairs, reminds everyone that “Division III athletics encourages the development of sportsmanship and positive social attitudes.”
The session is open; come and go as your schedule permits from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Register online.
The program has checked out more than 300 bikes since its start last spring.
Scholarships are available for students preparing for spring 2010 study abroad.
Presented tomorrow by Multicultural Student Services, the event covers tips on how to get out of debt, save money and reach goals.
Learn how to use study-abroad experience to help land a summer internship or job. Register online.