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Geology Club & Dept. of Earth and Physical Sciences Sponsored Guest Lecture
Dissolved Fluxes of the Taiwan Orogen: Submarine Groundwater Discharge
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Natural Science Seminar Series
Speaker: Ruel Desamero, Department of Chemistry, York College, Talk title: Breaking it down: Details Deduced from the Dancing Enzymes
Natural Science Seminar Series
Speaker: Jaclyn Novatt, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Talk title: Cellular Bouncers: Keeping the Rabble out of the Nucleus.
Natural Science Seminar Series
Speaker: Terry Dowd, Department of Chemistry, Brooklyn College, Topic: Physical Chemistry, Biological Cell function.
Natural Science Seminar Series
Speaker: Elmer Mojica, Dept of Chemistry, York College, Talk title: Molecular Imprinted Xerogels for Tetracycline: Binding Experiments, Mechanism and Computational Modeling
Natural Science Seminar Series
Speaker: Mark Bowen, Dept. of Physiology and Biophysics, Stony Brook University, Talk Title: Single Molecule Approaches to Synaptic Proteins: A Role for Disorder at the Synapse.
Natural Science Seminar Series
Speaker: Richard Magliozzo, Department of Chemistry, Brooklyn College Talk Title: A New Radical Cofactor in M. tuberculosis Catalase-Peroxidase
Economic Forum with Rick Wolff
The Social Sciences Department, Social Work Club and African-American Resource Center will hold a forum on the state of American Economy with the keynote speaker, Dr. Richard D. Wolff, Professor of Economics Emeritus, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. His latest book: "Capitalism Hits the Fan: The Global Economic Meltdown and What to Do About It". Panelists at this event will include York faculty from several departments.
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YC Welcomes Alumnus Aubrey A. Smith III, PhD, ’94
As a speaker in the Natural Science Seminar Series
General Education Conference
General Education is a journey that shapes and enriches students' intellectual growth through the study of a wide range of subjects. The habits of mind and heart developed in this journey cultivate a critical and creative intellectual capacity that students employ during and long after college, in the pursuit and the fulfillment of meaningful lives in their communities and the world. 'Gen Ed' is a journey of expression in many artistic, oral and written forms and thrives on the debates of the most difficult questions about human experience to prepare students to face life challenges.
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