Wednesday, November 6, 2013
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9:00am
Lecture or Conference

An interactive presentation by Dr. Chris Dede, the Timothy E. Wirth Professor in Learning Technologies at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education.


10:00am
Arts Blaffer

Feast: Radical Hospitality in Contemporary Art


11:30am
Career Students

Internship and Career Fair for students in the Health Services fields.

Join us for our weekly brown bag discussion group that focuses on various issues related to women, gender, feminism, race, sexuality, etc. Topics vary week by week. This week's topic: Dating After Trauma


5:00pm
Community Meeting

Join the C. T. Bauer College of Business for the final Distinguished Leaders Series (DLS) of the Fall 2013 semester for a panel discussion on "The Future of Electric Power Generation." Sponsored by AGL Resources and their Houston-based energy companies, the DLS provides students, alumni, faculty and the community exposure to business leaders in the energy industry.


5:30pm
Energy Featured Visitors

Petroleum Industry Expert Series sponsored by Halliburton in conjunction with the College of Technology Featuring Mr. Kurt Albaugh, P.E., a world-class industry expert will share insights regarding multi-billion dollar offshore deep and ultra-deep water field development projects an their subsea architecture.

UH Petroleum Industry Expert Series Featured speaker is Kurt Albaugh, P.E. Please join us for unique networking opportunities with industry experts facilitating round table conversations. Dinner is included and the dress code is business casual. 5:30 p.m. Registration and Networking 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm Dinner and Program Register online by November 5th at http://www.eventbrite.com/event/8939364881.

The November 6th Poetry & Prose event presents readers from Ecopoetics on the Gulf (associated with Shrimp Boat Projects), a creative writing workshop that combines ecological experiences on the Gulf of Mexico, multimedia art projects, and poetry. Planting cord grass, kayaking, observing bird migrations, and creating art onsite are part of the “immersion.” A working shrimp boat serves as the base for explorations of the marshes, bays, and beaches of the Galveston Bay Estuary. Supported by the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts, the Creative Writing Program and the Department of English, the course is offered every two years. Join us Wednesday, Nov. 6, at 5:30pm in the Honors College Commons (M.D. Anderson Library, Level 2).


6:00pm
Energy Lecture or Conference

A call to action for the community to stand up against human trafficking in Houston! Screening of "Slavery Out of the Shadows: Spotlight on Human Trafficking" followed by a panel discussion that will highlight the many ways the community can take a stand against human trafficking in Houston.


7:30pm
Energy Featured

SGA Senate Meeting