Kerry Max Cook, who spent two decades on death row wrongfully convicted of murder, will discuss his experiences in an event free and open to the public on Friday, October 10, in Textor 101.
The visit is in conjunction with IC Theatre's production of The Exonerated, a play based on the real stories of six wrongfully convicted Americans. Kerry Max Cook is one of the actual voices behind the play.
Physics professor Luke Keller and physics student Jordan Hyatt '10 traveled to Heidelberg, Germany, September 8-12 to present their research on planet formation at the "Cosmic Dust: Near and Far" conference (http://www.mpia-hd.mpg.de/DNF08/).
On September 18, at 12:15 p.m., Carolyn Straughan will lead an informal discussion, entitled "Interpreting Mad Sally," in conjunction with the exhibition, True Lies and Other Stories: Joy Adams and the Evolution of Mad Sally, currently on display in the Handwerker Gallery.
Commit to Change: Campaign Success!
This fall, 798 students and 31 staff and faculty signed on to the environmental studies program's "Commit to Change" Campaign, presented at Convocation.
Editor's note: This public night has been canceled. Stay tuned for the next observatory public night on October 10.
Join us on Friday, September 12, 8:30-10:30 p.m. at the Clinton B. Ford Observatory for the first public night of the fall 2008 semester.
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