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THE LAW SCHOOL is presenting the Legal History Seminar titled "Dependency and Its Discontents: The Fractious Politics of Federal Welfare Grants, 1948-1953" on Friday, January 30th from 10:10-12:10 pm in Mondale Hall room 473. Click here for more information.

Center for Art visiting artist Lecture Trevor Paglen

INFLUX REGIS CENTER FOR ART (EAST) is hosting a visiting artist lecture by Trevor Paglen. Trevor's work blurs lines between science, contemporary art, journalism, and other disciplines to interpret the world. Click here for more information.

Department of Geography, Environment, and Society Talk, John Archer

THE DEPARTMENT of GEOGRAPHY, ENVIRONMENT, and SOCIETY is hosting a talk titled "Politics of the American Dream" by John Archer in Blegen Hall 445 beginning at 3:30 on Friday, January 30th. Click here for more information.

THE CENTER FOR HOLOCAUST AND JEWISH STUDIES is hosting a series of lectures with the theme "Can One Laugh at Everything? Satire and Free Speech After Charlie on January 29th, 2015 at 4 pm in Anderson Hall 230. Click here for more information.

THE CENTER FOR HOLOCAUST AND JEWISH STUDIES is hosting a series of lectures with the theme "Can One Laugh at Everything? Satire and Free Speech After Charlie on January 29th, 2015 at 4 pm in Anderson Hall 230. Click here for more information.

AMERICAN STUDIES PH.D. CANDIDATE JESUS ESTRADA-PEREZ is giving a lecture with the Interdisciplinary Center for the Study of Global Change titled "A (Re)Cartography of Desire: Imagining Decolonial Queerness and the Myth of "Mexican" Homosexuality" Friday, January 30th at 12:00pm in 537 Heller Hall. Click here for more information.

AMERICAN STUDIES PH.D. CANDIDATE JESUS ESTRADA-PEREZ is giving a lecture with the Interdisciplinary Center for the Study of Global Change titled "A (Re)Cartography of Desire: Imagining Decolonial Queerness and the Myth of "Mexican" Homosexuality" Friday, January 30th at 12:00pm in 537 Heller Hall. Click here for more information.

University Job Fair at Minneapolis Convention Center

Greetings U of M Students!

Need a job or internship now or in the future? Wondering what employers are looking for YOU?

Come to the biggest student career fair in Minnesota, the University of Minnesota Job and Internship Fair! More than 250 companies and organizations will be there recruiting for hundreds of jobs and internships.

Join us Friday, February 20, 2015, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the Minneapolis Convention Center in downtown Minneapolis. Visit www.jobfair.umn.edu for registration instructions, prep tips, and information about the employers attending. Free transportation to and from campus is provided!

The Fair is open to all students and recent alumni of the U of M. Cost is $10 if you register online by February 17, 2015, or $25 at the door on the day of the event. A limited number of need-based fee waivers are available--please apply by January 22 (early bird deadline) or Feb 12 (final deadline). Visit the Registration page to learn more.

Job and Internship Fair registration also gets you a FREE professional headshot photo for your use on LinkedIn and other social media platforms! Photographers will be onsite at the Fair during the entire event.

NEW for 2015 - we're on Guidebook! After you register for the Fair, download the free Guidebook app to your mobile device and search for "University of Minnesota Job and Internship Fair." You'll be able to plan your day with a personalized schedule and browse exhibitors, maps, and general event information.

Disability accommodations are available upon request. Please make your request at least 2 weeks prior to the event. Contact the Career Services Center at 612-624-7577.

The U of M Job and Internship Fair happens just once a year! Register NOW!

Questions? Comments? Let us know at jobfair@umn.edu or 612-624-7577.

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History of Science, Technology, and Medicine Lecture, Arthur Daemmrich

THE HISTORY of SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, and MEDICINE program is hosting a lecture by Professor Arthur Daemmrich titled "Vulnerable Subjects, Vulnerable Knowledge: Children's Chemical Testing Programs in the United States and European Union" on Friday, December 5th at 3:35 pm in 131 Tate Lab of Physics. Click f14_Daemmrich.pdf for more information.

Graduate Workshop in Modern History Discussion

THE HISTORY DEPARTMENT is hosting their Graduate Workshop in Modern History on Friday, December 5th at 12:00 pm in Heller Hall 1229. The discussion is on Laura Luepke's dissertation chapter "Science, Religion, and the Project of Professional Boundary Maintenance." Hard copies are available in the history main office. Click here for access to an electronic version of the chapter.

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