Events for November 16, 2017
Thursday Night Meditation
Mindful Meditation in the Buddhist tradition
Asbell Cooking Club
Alzheimers Disease - What is happening to my loved one's memory?
Do you wonder what is happening to a loved one when they can't remember things the way they used to? Alzheimer's Disease is the most common form of dementia but it is not a normal part of aging.
This concert will showcase vocalists, flutists, violinists, violists, pianists and a double bassist.
Environmental Studies Earth Issues Seminar Series
"Food Action in the Community" presented by Cindy Baur '16, College Farm Apprentice
Biology Department Seminar with Dr. Vikram Iyengar from Villanova University
Dr. Vikram Iyengar, associate professor of Biology at Villanova University, will present a talk entitled: "Sexy sperm, dastardly dudes, and big wigs: courtship, warfare, and promiscuity in insects".
Boren Scholarship for Study Abroad Information Session
Are you planning to study a "critical need language" such as Mandarin, Arabic, Russian or Japanese abroad next year? Come and learn about the Boren scholarship.
Understanding the Health of Pennsylvania Streams - Acid Rain
Join ALLARM at the Bosler Memorial Library as part of their Institute for Lifelong Learning (ILL) program to learn about water quality issues in Pennsylvania.
Will it Freeze?
We will be making liquid nitrogen ice-cream and you can bring your own items to freeze. Sponsored by the Dickinson College Physics Club. Open to everyone; including the Carlisle community.
Meet some of the members of our Inter fraternity Council
Machine Learning and the Common Good: What’s the Value of Human Intelligence?
How should we understand the intelligence controversy? If machines can think and learn, what’s so special about the human mind? And what’s the point of getting a liberal education?
The Heart that Remembers: Stories of Zimbabwean Mbira Music and Musicians - Paul Berliner, ethnomusicologist
Paul Berliner, noted ethnomusicologist and professor emeritus of arts and sciences at Duke University, will deliver a lecture on mbira music and musicians.