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Campus events on Thursday

Pre-Law Week: Admission Panel Workshop

Attendees will learn how to make their applications stand out when applying to law school. Students will have the opportunity to ask law representatives questions about the law school admissions process at the Student Union Memorial Center, Santa Cruz room from 9-10 a.m. This event is a part of Pre-Law week.

Workshop — ‘Punctuation Refresher’

The workshop aims to provide an overview of basic rules and styles, discussing punctuation with audience members by working together on writing exercises. This event is part of a semester-long series of workshops held every Thursday and geared towards international and second-language speakers. The workshop will be held from 4-5 p.m. at the Social Sciences building in room 222.

AME Lecture Series

Stanley Pau, an associate professor in the College of Optical Sciences, will give a seminar from 4-4:50p.m. at the Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering building. It will be held in room S212 and is open to a audience of 51-100 people.

Panel Discussion- ‘The Politics of Science, Health and Education: What you should know Before the Election’

UA Undergraduate Biology Research Program (UBRP) Ambassadors are hosting a panel from 5-7 p.m. at the Thomas W. Keating Bioresearch building in room 103. Experts have been invited from the fields of science, health, education and government to join the panel and help to inform UA students and the public community about the issues in the upcoming election. The panel will be formatted as an open question-and-answer session between the experts and the audience.

‘Evolution’: A lecture by architect Peter Stutchbury

The College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture will be hosting world-renowned architect Peter Stutchbury. He will be lecturing from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering building.


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