Events

Tuesday, December 10

A Case of Hysteria? The Altogether Shocking History of Women's Mental Health
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For thousands of years, a wide range of women’s physical and mental health issues have been routinely dismissed and mischaracterized as “hysteria.” The word...

NEW! Let's Talk Drop-In Counseling
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NEW drop-in sessions to speak to a counselor are available this week. These sessions will be focused on grief and loss counseling. Let’s Talk is a drop-in...

Study On!
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Take a short break to refresh your body, mind, and spirit. Engage in mindful study sessions, practice stress-relief activities, and learn about campus...

Study On!
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Final exams are stressful times. Take a short break to refresh your body, mind and spirit. Engage in mindful study sessions, practice stress-relief...

Special Colloquium: Algebraic K-theory and stable infinity categories
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David Gepner, University of Melbourne Abstract: Algebraic K-theory is a difficult but powerful invariant of algebro-geometric objects. After a discussion of...

Special Colloquium: Algebraic K-theory and stable infinity categories
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David Gepner, University of Melbourne Abstract: Algebraic K-theory is a difficult but powerful invariant of algebro-geometric objects. After a discussion of...

There’s an app for that..? Scientific investigation of intensive Meditation
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In this lecture, Doctor Saron will use findings from research on intensive meditation in retreat contexts to explore the challenges of technology linked...

Tuesday, December 10