UNI graduat Mike Pasley, co-founder of LA-based digital animation studio, Digital Twigs, digitaltwigs.com, will discuss the pros and cons of being a jack-of-all-trades, how to present yourself in the industry, how to examine your strengths and how to collaborate.
College of Humanities, Arts, and Sciences
Bradford Tice will give a public reading of his work from "What the Night Numbered." He will be on campus in recognition of LGBT History Month. His book weaves together classical mythology with the events surrounding the Stonewall Riots, which is credited with having jump started the gay and lesbian civil rights movement.
Ali Tabei, physics department, will present "Roadblack and Obstructions in Molecular Motor Transport."
Jun Yan, University of Massachusetts Amherst will present "Raman scattering of H and T’ transition metal dichalcogenide atomic layers."
The Center for Energy and Environmental Education will host "From Know-How to Do-Now!" Follow the link below for registration information as well as a full schedule for the conference.
Grant Tracey will launch his new mystery novel, Cheap Amusements, at the first Final Thursday Reading Series of the season. Open mic signup is at 7 p.m. and begins at 7:15 p.m. Tracey will take the stage at 8 p.m. Click here to check out the book trailer for Cheap Amusements.
Sandra Steingraber will speak on the topic “Be Arrested If Necessary”: The Case for Science in Action. She will discuss the role of ecology and climate science in a time of climate emergency, the role of scientific evidence as an agent of cultural and political change and the differences between objectivity and neutrality. A book signing and reception will follow the lecture.
"Living Downstream," a film based on Sandra Steingraber's book, will take viewers on a journey investigating the links between human health and environmental contamination based on the latest biological and ecological research. The film is 60 minutes long.