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Campus event highlights: Sept. 25 to Oct. 4, 2009

(All events are free unless otherwise noted.)

Friday, Sept. 25: Feel Good Fridays
Wednesday, Sept. 30: Schiesser Lecture on “Patient-Specific Mathematical Oncology: Changing the Way Cancer is Treated”
Wednesday, Sept. 30: Lecture on National Hazing Prevention Week
Thursday, Oct. 1: The Making of Education Policy at the World Bank

Friday, Sept. 25: Feel Good Fridays

On selected Fridays throughout the semester, the Community Service Office holds “Feel Good Fridays” with activities ranging from helping out at the Boys and Girls Club, to stocking food pantries, to stuffing envelopes. Contact the Community Service Office for more information and to sign up.

Wednesday, Sept. 30: “Patient-Specific Mathematical Oncology: Changing the Way Cancer is Treated”

The William E. Schiesser Lecture Series in Computational Approaches to Interdisciplinary Problems in Science and Engineering features Kristin R. Swanson, associate research professor of pathology at the University of Washington, who will discuss the development of mathematical models that are applied to the treatment of individual brain tumor patients, and how they allow for the quantitative prediction of each patient’s response to therapy.

The Schiesser Lecture Series is sponsored by the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science and supported by a fund established by Dolores T. Schiesser. The series is named for William E. Schiesser, professor emeritus of engineering and mathematics.

The lecture begins at 2:30 p.m. in Room B-23 in Iacocca Hall.

Wednesday, Sept. 30: Hank Nuwer lecture as part of National Hazing Prevention Week

Hank Nuwer, expert on hazing and bystander involvement, has written four books on hazing, with two more close to completion. He has been featured on The Today Show, ESPN SportsCenter, CNN and Court TV, and in Sports Illustrated, The New York Times, NCAA News and Newsweek. He gave a presentation at the NCAA Hazing Summit in 2008 and has spoken at hundreds of colleges.

The lecture will begin at 7 p.m. in Packard Lab Auditorium.

For more information on Nuwer's speech or on Lehigh's bystander intervention program, contact Veronica Hunter in the the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs.

Thursday, Oct. 1: The Making of Education Policy at the World Bank

For 22 years, Stephen Heyneman, former president of the Comparative and International Education Society, was a leading voice and highly regarded researcher at he World Bank in the area of international education. He will discuss global policy development and explore educational developments in the dozens of countries in which he and his World Bank teams have worked.

The lecture will begin at 6:30 p.m. in Sinclair Auditorium.

Posted on Friday, September 25, 2009

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