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Scientific Research Symposium - Department of Pharmacology (Part 4)
Jane Weinzapfel is a founding partner of Leers Weinzapfel Associates of Boston. The firm approaches highly constrained urban and campus sites and technically demanding design problems with a clear set of modernist core principles, a passion for material and detail investigation, and a desire to create meaningful places for human interaction.
Thomas J. Sugrue is Edmund J. and Louise W. Kahn Professor of History and Sociology at the University of Pennsylvania. Sugrue was educated at Columbia; King's College, Cambridge; and Harvard, where he earned his Ph.D. in 1992. He is author of "The Origins of the Urban Crisis" (1996), which won the Bancroft Prize in American History, the Philip Taft Prize in Labor History, the President's Book Awards of the Social Science History Association, among other awards.
Elections-College of Arts and Sciences,New Business-Resolution R. 17-09 and Bill B. 17-10
Choreographer Liz Lerman discussed and showed excerpts from her highly acclaimed performance project, Ferocious Beauty: Genome. From folk tales to scientists as choreographers, the piece takes an unconventional look at the nature of the genome and its impact. Lerman asks tough questions about the ethical, legal and social implications of genomics: why do we want to live so long? If we have the capacity to select what we want in our genes, what will happen to diversity?
2008 GIS Symposium: Sustaining the Future & Understanding the Past. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) provide ideal platforms for the convergence of disease-specific information and analyses in relation to the natural environment, global human health and public policy. Climate change and biodiversity loss, from genes to ecosystems, may play a role in disease emergence and transmission.
2008 GIS Symposium: Sustaining the Future & Understanding the Past. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) provide ideal platforms for the convergence of disease-specific information and analyses in relation to the natural environment, global human health and public policy. Climate change and biodiversity loss, from genes to ecosystems, may play a role in disease emergence and transmission
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