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Friday, September 27

 Leekyung Kang, Ecstasy on the Surface, 2019 Borgeson Artist in Residence

Virtual experience in the digital form has transformed our perception of reality and our recognition of the physicality of space has been distorted. By...

Capturing Light: The Art of Shin Sawano, A Tradition for the Future of Japan

Japanese artist Shin Sawano combines cutting-edge photographic and printing technologies with traditional Japanese papers and picture-mounting techniques....

10am
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Deities and Devotion in Mongolian Buddhist Art

Deities and Devotion explores the religious beliefs and devotional practices of Mongolian Tantric Buddhism. The exhibition features 130 paintings, drawings,...

10am
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Career Week: LinkedIn101

Lots of people have a LinkedIn Profile and some connections, but don't know what to do on the platform. This LinkedIn workshop will provide a basic overview...

Comm Dept Academic Info Session

Academic information session open to current and prospective students who want to learn about the communication major.

1pm
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Biology Seminar: Dr. Aaron Best, Hope College

" Just Your Friendly, Neighborhood E. coli? Population Diversity of Escherichia Isolated from Fresh Water Sources"

Career Week: Healthcare and You: Getting Involved

Volunteering and shadowing are great experiences that can expose you to patient care in a clinical setting and gives you an idea of the day-to-day demands of...

Chemistry Seminar: Professor Linda Columbus, Univeristy of Virginia

"Membranes and membrane proteins: what do they look like and how do they work together" Dr. Linda Columbus, University of Virginia Abstract: Despite...

Engineering Seminar: Richard R. Lunt, Michigan State University

"Invisible Solar Cells for Distributed Applications" Richard R. Lunt, Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, Department of Physics and...

 Leekyung Kang Artist Talk

The public is invited to the exhibition, artist’s talk and closing reception. Admission to each is free.

Physics Seminar: Student Summer Research Presentations - Part 1

“The Effect of Surface Roughness of Prussian Blue Analogues on the Charge Storage Capacity” - by Brittany Devlin “Study of Charge Transfer Quantities of...

Leekyung Kang Borgeson Reception

The public is invited to the exhibition, artist’s talk and closing reception. Admission to each is free.

Friday, September 27