Events for March 2018
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Thursday, March 1st
Friday, March 2nd
Matthew Drummer of the Illinois State University Department of Chemistry will present a research seminar titled "Alkyne Combustion: An Experimental and Computational Study of HCO Formation."
Marcia Irene Taylor to defend dissertation.
Friday, March 2 is Department of Psychology Night at the Central Illinois Flying Aces Hockey Game, where the USHL’s Flying Aces take on the Fargo Force at Grossinger Motors Arena in downtown Bloomington. All students, faculty, staff, and their guests are invited to attend the game and socialize while watching the future stars of the…
Tuesday, March 6th
(Physics Lecture Series) University of Illinois, Department of Materials Science and Engineering "Three Dimensionally Mesostructured Materials for Energy Storage and Light Harvesting" Over the past decade, the sophistication of approaches for mesostructuring of materials has increased dramatically, however, application of such structures in real- world systems has remained largely elusive, in part because such structures…
Thursday, March 8th
Getting Rich Too Fast? Experimental Evidence of Voters’ Reactions to Politicians’ Wealth Accumulation in India – Seminar sponsored by the Institute for Corruption Studies
Getting Rich Too Fast? Experimental Evidence of Voters' Reactions to Politicians' Wealth Accumulation in India - Seminar sponsored by the Institute for Corruption Studies. Assistant Professor of Political Science at Georgetown University Marko Klašnja will present his research and findings.
Friday, March 9th
Dr. Adrienne Ohler will present her research with Yewande Marquis on The Impact of Income on Household Electricity Consumption: A Study of Price and Income Elasticities Using Categorical Data.
Austin Penn of the Illinois State University Department of Chemistry will present a research seminar titled "Synthesis and Characterization of Metal Sulfonamide Complexes."
Michaela McGinn to defend dissertation.
Tuesday, March 13th
Tuesday, March 20th
Learn about graduate school expectations, how to identify the best school for you, admittance requirements, and more.
(Physics Lecture Series) Illinois State University, College of Fine Arts "Art, Science, and Pictorial Space" Modern Art, despite its familiarity, continues to exist as a perplexing phenomenon to many. Especially, there seems to be a gulf of understanding between those devoted to the sciences and those engaged in knowing and making art. In many respects…
Friday, March 23rd
Christopher Goldsmith to defend dissertation.
Ryann Rooney to defend thesis.
Diana Heney from Fordham University will be presenting "Mental Disorder & The Shape Of A Life" at the Philosophy Undergraduate Event on Friday, March 23, 2018 beginning at 4:00 p.m. in STV 401A. The question of how to measure well-being brings philosophy into contact with everyday life. One popular hypothesis is that assessing well-being requires…
Monday, March 26th
Tuesday, March 27th
(Physics Lecture Series) City of Bloomington Water Purification "Bloomington Water Treatment" More information to follow...
Wednesday, March 28th
“Productivity and Welfare in an Overlapping Generations Model with Housing” presented by George Waters of our Economics Dept.
Thursday, March 29th
Learn how to write an effective personal statement to make your graduate school application stand out.
Friday, March 30th
Mollie Metallo of the Illinois State University Department of Chemistry will present a research seminar titled "Synthesis of Azuliporphyrin Dyads and Related Conjugated Systems."