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The Sciences in the News

Lecture to explore the roots of Arab uprisings

Rami Zurayk of the American University of Beirut says thousands of hungry, jobless rural migrants are reshaping the Arab world. He'll give a talk, "Bread, Freedom, and Social Justice" at 7 p.m. April 7 in Davis Auditorium.

Big-cat expert to discuss wildlife preservation April 2

Dr. Alan Rabinowitz, the "Indiana Jones of Wildlife Ecology," comes to Skidmore courtesy of the Biology Senior Capstone series. Students are supporting his conservation work with an upcoming 5K run.

Exercise Science students to lead campus-wide observance of National Public Health Week

E-photo contest, public health festival to emphasize that public health matters.

Dowd Lecture topic: Causes, consequences of soul and afterlife

Rutgers Professor Dan Ogilvie will talk about how beliefs affect survival.

Veteran environmental activist Rod Coronado to lecture

Noted for his work in environmental and animal rights, Coronado to promote citizen action to save the wolf in his March 3 Skidmore talk.
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