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David Ames, graduate student in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, will present "Metastable Ions in Time of Flight Mass Spectrometry"
The Botanical Center and the Biology Student Nature Society will hold their annual spring plant sale. Plants for sale include many types of tropicals, herbs, vegetables and a limited number of orchids.
UNI School of Music faculty artist conductors Rebecca Burkhardt, John Len Wiles and Dyan Meyer will direct a performance of the enigmatic and well-known Requiem Mass in D minor by W.A. Mozart. This event is ticketed. For tickets, call (319) 273-4TIX.
Under the direction of UNI School of Music professor of clarinet Amanda McCandless, the UNI Clarinet Studio and Ensemble will offer a spring concert. This event is free and open to the public.
Anna Abney, M.S. in biology graduate candidate, will present her research findings on the effect of burn timing on insect assemblages in a recent prairie reconstruction. Refreshments will be provided.
Prescribed burning is a common management practice in prairie reconstructions, but many entomologists are concerned about the impact of burning on insect populations. The effect of fire on insects has been studied on remnant prairies, but little research has been done on reconstructed prairies, especially the first years after planting. This study examines how spring and fall prescribed burns affect the abundance and community composition of grasshoppers (Acrididae) and ground beetles (Carabidae) in a recent prairie planting.
The UNI Jazz Band III and jazz combos will present a spring concert under the direction of Chris Merz and graduate student conductors. This event is free and open to the public.
Under the direction of UNI percussion professor Randy Hogancamp, the UNI Percussion & West African Drum Ensembles will offer their spring concert along with UNI’s Taiko drum ensemble Kaji-Daiko. This event is free and open to the public.
Screening of "Among the Righteous: Lost Stories from the Holocaust in Arab Lands" and Panel DiscussionSubmitted by Anonymous on Mon, 04/23/2012 - 6:00pm
“Among the Righteous: Lost Stories from the Holocaust in Arab Lands” tells the vast, lost history of what happened to the half-million Jews of the Arab lands of North Africa under Nazi, Vichy and Fascist rule. Following the screening of this 50-minute film, a panel discussion featuring spokespersons for different faiths will explore the lessons of this history and the obligations that members of different faiths to perform acts of assistance and rescue. This event is co-sponsored by the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education and the Muslim Students Association; the panel discussion is organized by the Cedar Valley Interfaith Council.
This is the first of a series of film screenings and panel discussions accompanying the traveling exhibit, "BESA: Albanian Muslims Who Saved Jews during World War II: Photographs by Norman Gershman" (Grout Museum of History & Science, Waterloo, April 3-July 7).
The Philosophy Club and the Explorers of Religion Club will be selling books collected from the professors of the Department of Philosophy and World Religions, along with delicious snacks, t-shirts and buttons.
The following students are pursuing Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees in their respective emphasis areas and are exhibiting new artwork to fulfill graduation requirements: Erlinda Babauta, Jacob William Barrick, Bryan Coons, April Czarnetzki, Drew Ferkin, Amanda Kronlage, Amy McConnell, Ryan Smith, and Jason D. Thompson.