Tuesday, September 7, 2010

This Week in Themester

September 1-October 11 EXHIBIT: Straw Leaves, Table-Bugs, and Birch-Bark Poems: Sustainability at the Lilly

September 2-12
STAGE PRODUCTION: The Grapes of Wrath. Cardinal Stage Company presents a play based on John Steinbeck’s novel. $

Public talkbacks on sustainability issues on Sept 4, 11 and 12.

Thursday, September 9 COLL-T200 LECTURE: Why We Should Be Stewards (Russ Hanson, Indiana University Department of Political Science

Friday, September 10
Student Building 150
9:30am-10:45 a.m.
PUBLIC LECTURE: Childhood Malnutrition and Cognitive Impairment in Old Age: The Tale of Two Studies (Mark Hayward, University of Texas)

Friday, September 10
Student Building150
11:00am-12:10 p.m.
PUBLIC LECTURE: Introduction to environmental economics (Gerhard Glomm, Indiana University)

Friday, September 10
Dunn Meadow
5:00-8:00 p.m. sustain.ability OPENING FESTIVAL

Friday, September 10
Windfall Dance Studio
8:00 p.m.
PERFORMANCE: Reduce; Reuse; ReDance!
A reprise of Windfall Dancers' sustainability-themed contemporary dance performance. $
Reservations accepted now.

Sustainability-themed tours at the IU Art Museum start September 23. Scheduled in advance by contacting the IUAM Tour coordinator (855-7719 or prahn@indiana.edu).

More info and the complete schedule on the Themester web site at http://themester.indiana.edu. If you have any questions, please contact Themester at themes@indiana.edu.

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