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April 11, 2013

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Thursday, April 11, 2013

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Withdrawal Period (receive a grade of "W" no refund) (Multi-Day Event)
Withdrawal period (receive a grade of "W" no refund)
All Day
SUMMER VISITING STUDENT WALK-IN APPLICATION/REGISTRATION DAYS (Multi-Day Event)
Students interested in enrolling at Lehman College as Visiting Students for the Summer 2013 semester are encouraged to participate in our upcoming Walk-In Application/Registration days. This opportunity provides students with the ability to apply and register for courses during Lehman College’s four Summer Sessions.
Shuster Hall
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Health Insurance Assistance
Need health insurance? Come see Mirsa on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9-4pm starting January 30, 2013. Check our web site for a listing of required documents www.lehman.edu/studenthealth, under Get Insurance.

T-3 Building
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Contemporary Cartographies

The exhibition will include a group of contemporary artists who use the language and imagery of maps to communicate an array of ideas. Artists in this exhibition work in various styles, adapting, manipulating, and inventing maps to giving them new meanings. Some of them use fictional narratives and create imaginary cartographies; others conceive a work that updates the new geopolitical orders. Still others approach the map aesthetically or as material in itself. Humor too plays an important role in defining these borders.

Artists include Kevin Van Aelst, Isabel Barbuzza, Doug Beube, Gail Biederman, Margaret Cusack, Sage Dawson, Lisa Corinne Davis, Dahlia Elsayed, Charley Friedman, Wopo Holup, Meridith McNeal, Steven Millar, Simonetta Moro, LPaula Scher, Karen Shaw, and Dannielle Tegeder. Curated by Susan Hoeltzel and Yuneikys Villalonga

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
44th Annual Herbert H. Lehman Memorial Lecture
This year's guest speaker is Dr. Arthur Levine, President of the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship and author of Generation on a Tightrope: A Portrait of Today's College Student.
Speech and Theatre Building - (Lovinger Theatre)
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Workshop: Proofreading
Lehman students will learn effective proofreading strategies and practice using them with their own work. Please bring in a sample of your own writing to work with. To register for the workshop and for room location, contact ACE at 718-960-8175.
12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Free 20-minute HIV Testing
Free 20 minute OraSure HIV testing is available on Mondays and Thursdays from 12-4pm at the health center. No appointment is needed.
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Performance/Lecture with Alumnus Jose Roledan Jr.
Lehman alumnus Jose Roledan Jr. will discuss his new work, titled "Forgive Me, Father, For I have Sinned." This event will take place in the Studio Theatre.
Speech and Theatre Building - (Studio Theatre)
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Free Urine STD Testing
Free urine STD testing with a validated ID at the Student Health Center on Mondays from 12-4pm and Thursdays from 2-5pm. No appointment needed.
T-3 Building
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
The Quantum Divide: Why Schrödinger’s Cat is Either Dead or Alive
Physics Professor Christopher Gerry's areas of research include theoretical quantum optics, quantum information theory, quantum metrology and sensing, and group theoretical methods in quantum optics. Using a selection of key experiments performed over the past 30 years, Professor Gerry and co-author Kimberly Bruno will present a discussion of the strikingly counter-intuitive phenomena of the quantum world that defy explanation in terms of everyday common sense reasoning. They discuss why the Schrödinger state of a cat being simultaneously alive and dead can never be seen in the everyday world, and they demonstrate how quantum mechanics provides a consistent explanation of phenomena, while an everyday, classical picture of the world does not.
Leonard Lief Library
Leonard Lief Library - (Treehouse Conference Room 317)
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
The Cover Letter: Why Do You Need One?
This interactive workshop will furnish you with the knowledge and skills required to craft an effective cover letter that highlights your qualifications for that position. You are required to bring a job description of a position for which you are interested in applying.

Shuster Hall - (231)
Shuster Hall
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Price of Silence
Price of Silence is a creative performing arts and theatrical movement to illuminate the global struggle for women's rights. Price of Silence allows the audience to live and breathe the struggle of women all over the world through inter layers of acting, dance and music, creating a unique theatrical experience.
Speech and Theatre Building - (Lovinger Theatre)

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