Campus events on Wednesday, Oct. 17
Professional Development Seminar – ‘Planning for Graduate School and Professional Programs’
The seminar is held from 12-12:50 p.m. at the Student Union Memorial Center and includes information on evaluating strategies for applying to graduate and professional schools. The seminar will discuss admission timelines, references and admissions interviews, testing strategies and much more. It is open to all UA students.
BIO5 Wellness Series: ‘Does Nutrition Play a Role in Cancer Prevention?’
Recent research has located a few protective measures that can possibly lessen the chances of developing cancer in specific organs. This free presentation will be discussing the new research. This event is open to everybody in the Tucson community, and is being held from 12-1 p.m. at the Medical Research Building room 102 on the University of Arizona Medical Center — University Campus.
Talk – ‘Listen Closely: Lyric Voices from Dad to Nicki Minaj’
John Melillo from the English department will give a talk at the UA Poetry Center from 3:30-4:30 p.m. Melillo will be discussing the lyrics to songs and how they tell us about our social world. He will be taking a closer look with the audience into the daily voices that we hear in our lives.
Sylvan Street in Concert
Sylvan Street members are UA faculty artists that will be performing from 7:30-9 p.m. in the School of Music Crowder Hall. Sylvan Street will be presenting a jazz ensemble.
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