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Sunday, January 16, 2011

Advanced Improv Theatre

Location: Conference Center Bldg.19

By Tim Orr

Advanced Improv Theatre: This class is designed for those who participated in an improv class during 2010 WEP. Exercises will dig deeper into scene work and character study.

Advanced Improv Theatre

Location: Conference Center Bldg.19

By Regina Saisi | Tim Orr

Advanced Improv Theatre: This class is designed for those who participated in an improv class during 2010 WEP. Exercises will dig deeper into scene work and character study.

Biological economics and decision making

Location: Building 9

By Richard Ebstein | Soo Hong Chew

To register for this course, please register for part 1 of the course on 16 January, 2011. Taking all two classes for this course is required.;;The biological revolution of the last 40 years has now p ... more
The Economic Development Entrepreneurship Center and the WEP 2011 committee are pleased to announce a new partnership with Cornell University’s Johnson School of Management to offer a Certificate Prog ... more

Improv Theatre (A)

Location: Conference Center Bldg 19 Room 1

By Lisa Rowland

Professional Training through Improvisation This course teaches personal skills through the power of improvisation. Improvised acting (acting without a script) is the ultimate exercise in teamwork. To ... more

Introduction to Physical Problem Solving

Location: Building 9

By Catherine Newman

This course is an opportunity for participants to develop their physical problem-solving sensibilities. Directed towards graduate students involved in research, the course topics are designed to provi ... more

Marine Life for Non-Majors 1/3

Location: Building 9

By Kathryn Furby | Michael L. Berumen

This course provides a very general introduction to the exciting world of life in the oceans and will operate on the assumption that attendees have little to no biology or marine science background. W ... more

Scientific Type Setting with LaTeX

Location: Building 9

By Christos Saragiotis

What is LATEX? LATEX (pronounced lay-tech) is a document markup language and document preparation system for the TEX typesetter (a special-purpose programming language and the centerpiece of a typeset ... more

Visualization Laboratory Open House

Location: Building #1 Level 2 East Entrance Showcase Area

By WEP Team

Demonstrations will be provided of KVL visualization systems, including the NexCAVE immersive visualization system, Autostereoscopy Tile Display, Ulta-Narrow bezel display wall, and power-walls. Demon ... more
Halophilic microbes are salt-loving organisms that inhabit saline and hypersaline environments (1). They are found distributed all over the world, in natural brines in arid, coastal and deep-sea locat ... more

Improv Singing

Location: Conference Center Bldg.19

By Joshua Brody

Professional Training Through Music Improvisation This class will teach non-musicians and musicians alike, through the power of improvisation (working without the written music), to cultivate valuable ... more

Improv Theatre (B)

Location: Conference Center Bldg.19

By Basel Al-Naffouri

Professional Training through Improvisation: This course teaches personal skills through the power of improvisation. Improvised acting (acting without a script) is the ultimate exercise in teamwork. T ... more

Public Speaking in Graduate School Settings 1/3

Location: Building 9

By Erica Jolly

This workshop will focus particularly in the elements of effective public speaking (e.g., at Town Hall meetings, in Graduate Student Council, and in Graduate Seminars). It covers elements such as audi ... more

Violin Class

Location: Student Center Bldg.18 cConference room 4223

By Yuhong Kuang

This 1-hour daily class given for two weeks will introduce the beginning student to the art of violin playing. Hands-on experience with the instrument will allow the student to appreciate the complexi ... more

Introduction to MATLAB 1/2

Location: Campus Library

By Soheyb Kouider

The word MATLAB is the abbreviation of “Matrix Laboratory”. It is a powerful programming language designed for technical and scientific computations. This course will introduce the tool and then be ta ... more

Isolation and Characterization of Marine Natural Products

Location: Building 9

By Phil Crews

To register for this course, please register for part 1 of the course on 15 January, 2011. Taking all three classes for this course is required.;;This work shop is intended for any one (e.g., PhD cand ... more

Staff Improv Class

Location: Conference Center Bldg.19

By Regina Saisi

Professional Training through Improvisation – for staff only This course teaches personal skills through the power of improvisation. Improvised acting (acting without a script) is the ultimate exercis ... more

Reprise of 2010 Favorite Faculty Offerings

Location: Auditorium

By Alyn Rockwood | Kenneth Minneman

Dragons and Demons: Writing a Novel: 7:30pm - 8:15pm;The view is taken that writing is less a cerebral, planned exercise than one might anticipate. It is more about feelings, fears and facing the emot ... more