Raynor Memorial Libraries will hold special hours for the summer intercession and July 4 holiday. Hours of operation will be:
The full schedule of library building hours by month can be found online.
The Gender and Sexuality Resource Center has named Dr. Angelique Harris, assistant professor of social and cultural sciences, and Dr. Ed de St. Aubin, professor of psychology, as its 2013-2014 faculty fellows. The two faculty fellows will serve as a resource for campus departments, as well as engage in scholarly activities related to gender and sexuality.
While in residence at the GSRC in fall 2013, Harris will continue her research project, "Promoting Healthy Body Weight among African-American Women in Lindsay Heights," in partnership with the Medical College of Wisconsin and the Bread of Healing Clinic. She will also build partnerships to explore projects that will advance the university's diversity and inclusion initiatives.
During his GSRC residency in spring 2014, de St. Aubin's research and community work will address the intersection of faith and sexuality in the lives of university students. He plans to expand his ongoing study on how undergraduate students experience faith and sexuality, currently underway in partnership with the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and to host forums promoting interdisciplinary learning and scholarship among faculty and students.
For more information, contact Dr. Susannah Bartlow, director of the GSRC, at 8-0704.
Registration for the Graduate School's August 2013 Dissertation Boot Camp is now open. The boot camp will be held Monday, Aug. 5, through Friday, Aug. 9, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily in the Raynor Memorial Libraries, lower level.
Dissertation Boot Camp offers a dedicated time and location for doctoral students to come together and work toward the completion of their dissertations. Faculty facilitators are available throughout the week to monitor progress and offer guidance. For more information or to register, contact Lizzie Kerrick, graduate assistant, by Friday, July 19.
The College of Health Sciences is holding its annual Functional Neuroscience Symposium Friday, July 19, from 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in Cramer Hall. The symposium is a series of lectures by faculty neuroscientists studying topics ranging from stress and addiction to brain and spinal cord trauma to novel treatments for neuromotor and neuropsychiatric diseases.
Registration costs $50, and participants can choose to attend up to four of the eight offered presentations. To register, contact the College of Health Sciences at 8-5053.
Student parking permits are now available for the second summer session. Permits can be purchased online or in the Parking Services Office, located in the Wells Street Parking Structure. The office is open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.