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A.E. Seaman Mineral Museum Holiday Sale

The annual Holiday Sale began (Nov. 27) and continues through Friday, Dec. 22. Museum and gift shop hours are from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Saturday. A 15 percent discount will apply to all gift shop merchandise. Visit and you’ll see even greater discounts on selected merchandise.

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Computer Science Workshop with Nancy Day Today

Nancy Day will be discussing “Doing More with Less: Declarative Specification and Analysis for Model-Driven Engineering” from 3-4 p.m. Monday (Dec. 4) in Rekhi 214. Refreshments will be served. Day is an associate professor in the David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science at the University of Waterloo.

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ACSHF Forum Today

The ACSHF forum will be held from 2-3 p.m. today (Dec. 4) in Meese 109. Steven Landry (CLS) will present “The Development and Testing of the iISoP’s Dancer Sonification System” and Kaitlyn Roose (CLS) will present “Cognitive Task Analysis and Eye Tracking: Dynamic Duo or Lone Rangers.”

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Winter Break Operating Hours

The University will be closed on the following days:
Monday Dec. 25, Tuesday Dec 26, Friday Dec. 29 and Monday Jan. 1. Business Operations has posted the departmental hours of operation during the Winter Break on their website.

This will be updated regularly prior to Dec. 22. If your department has not yet submitted your Special Operating Hours, do so using the google form posted on the Business Operations website.

For more information or questions, contact Business Operations at 7-2148.

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Come Kick Off the Diverse Dialogues Series with CDI

Join the Center for Diversity and Inclusion at noon Wednesday (Dec. 6) to kick off the Diverse Dialogues brown bag lunch conversation series for 2018.

The first conversation, “The 90 Day Student Experience,” will take place in the MUB Ballroom (B1) and will be guided by who our incoming first-year students are and the historical speed bumps and roadblocks our underrepresented students experience.

For more information, see previous Tech Today article.

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Fighting Hunger at the Library Cafe

Fight Hunger with Alpha Gamma Delta. On Wednesday (Dec. 6), throughout the entire day, 10 percent of all sales made at the Library Cafe will go toward fighting hunger locally and nationally.

An anonymous donor will double all sales made that day, including card and cafe sales. The money the donor is giving us will go to Husky FAN and Little Brother’s Friends of the Elderly, while the other money raised will go to the Alpha Gamma Delta Foundation to fight hunger nationally.

Want an AGD discount card? They will be available for purchase in the library on Wednesday (Dec. 6).

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Biological Sciences Seminar Tomorrow

Paul D. Goetsch, University of California, Santa Cruz Department of MCD Biology, presents “Illuminating developmental regulatory networks to reveal how cells establish identity” at 1 p.m. tomorrow (Dec. 5) in R.L. Smith (MEEM) 402.

For more information, visit Biological Sciences website.

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