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Friday3/09
8:00 am1:00 pm
Electronics Recycling Drive

Students, faculty and staff who don’t know what to do with their old unused electronics can drop them off at the Office of Sustainability’s upcoming electronics recycling drive.

9:00 am5:00 pm
'Export: Spanish Architecture Abroad'

The Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design presents an internationally known exhibit, "Export: Spanish Architecture Abroad." Organizing the contents in six possible ways to practice architecture today, and complemented by the intervention of external agents, this exhibition offers a richer and original view of Spanish architecture abroad.

10:00 am11:00 am
A lecture on "The Impact of Physical Environments on Resilience" by Dr. Michael Ungar

Using results from studies of resilience of young people using multiple psychosocial services, youth living in communities affected by violent extremism and culturally diverse youth in different global contexts, Dr. Ungar will explore the differential impact of resilience, exploring how protective processes interact with risk exposure to produce positive developmental outcomes.

1:00 pm2:30 pm
The Great Debate: Women in Combat

A candid discussion with U.S. military service members and Veterans about the impact of integrating women into combat roles.

7:30 pm8:30 pm
The Shy Lovers

What happens when two hopelessly shy lovers try to connect despite the interference of their neighbors and families? Find out in the special free performance of I Due Timidi (The Shy Lovers) by the Moores Opera Center.

9:00 am9:00 pm
CounterCurrent18

A free festival of performance, installation and ideas produced by the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts.

8:00 pm9:30 pm
Cyber Transform Symposium

Our charge for this conference is to think about the technology-mediated interactions we face that are altering business, politics, the arts, and other areas of human endeavor. This means consideration of everything from how the information technologies enable community resilience to a collapse in privacy; how they reorganize education and contribute to disinformation; how they empower and alienate.

7:30 am2:30 pm
Cyber Transform Symposium

Our charge for this conference is to think about the technology-mediated interactions we face that are altering business, politics, the arts, and other areas of human endeavor. This means consideration of everything from how the information technologies enable community resilience to a collapse in privacy; how they reorganize education and contribute to disinformation; how they empower and alienate.

8:00 pm10:00 pm
Guest Artist: Jason Roberts

The Moores School of Music presents a silent film with live organ accompaniment by Jason Roberts of St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church.

7:30 pm9:30 pm
Percussion Ensemble I

"Fridays at Moores" continues with a performance by Percussion Ensemble I.

7:00 pm9:00 pm
28th Annual Choral Invitational

Participating schools: Elsik High School; John Richardson, director, Pearland High School; Michael Kessler, director, Seven Lakes High School; Emily Chandler, director, Shadow Creek High School; Jennifer Gallagher, director

8:00 am6:00 pm
Farmer's Market Bike Ride

Enjoy a day of biking through downtown Houston, shopping at a farmers markets and visiting Discovery Green.