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French & Italian - Publishing Info Lunch

Dr. Beth Bouloukos, Acquisitions Editor, SUNY Press (a top humanities press), will give a presentation on the state of scholarly publishing, in Romance Studies and Gender and Sexuality, and "behind-the-scenes" information on university presses, Mon. Oct. 6. Lunch and Location TBD. Q & A to follow with graduate students and faculty. She will also be available for one on one meetings with individuals. To RSVP, contact: Annie Bartels, Administrator,(612)624-7334.

UMN Traffic & Parking - Football seasons begin

Campus traffic and parking will be affected by two weekday games:
1. Fri. Aug. 8 - MN Vikings vs. Oakland Raiders, 7:00 pm, TCF Stadium.
2. Thurs. Aug. 28 - UMN Gophers vs. Eastern Illinois Panthers, 6:00 pm, TCF Stadium.
Parking ramps and lots will open for football fans at 3:00 pm.
Parking and Transportation Services information.

Farmers Market

The University Farmers Market will be held, rain or shine, every Wednesday, 11:00 am-2:00 pm, until Oct. 8, Church Street pedestrian mall.

ISA Award - CLA Dean Duvall

CLA Interim Dean Raymond Duvall (Political Science), will receive the International Studies Association's Distinguished Scholar award, for his contributions toward the development of international theory through both scholarship and mentorship. Congratulations, Dean Duvall!

PAA - Prof. Ruggles

Prof. Steve Ruggles, Director, Minnesota Population Center, has been elected the 2014 President-Elect of the Population Association of America. Congratulations, Prof. Ruggles!

Smoke Free Campus

The University celebrates becoming a smoke and tobacco free campus as of July 1, with the Share the Air gathering, 11:00 am-1:00 pm, Northrop Plaza. Free shaved ice, pinwheels, outdoor activities, and "fresh air"!

Green Line LRT - Service Begins

Service begins Sat. June 14 for the Green Line Light Rail Transit, linking downtown St. Paul to the University campus and downtown Minneapolis.

Human Rights Program

"Capturing Stories of Diasporas through Digital Storytelling," June 16-19, 9:00 am-4:00 pm, 614 Soc Sci Bldg. Register online.

HCRC

The Human Capital Research Collaborative is co-sponsoring the Heller-Hurwicz Economics
Institute
discussion, "Early Learning Adds Up: Using Research to Drive Policy," Thurs. June 5, 5;30-7:00 pm, Cowles Auditorium, Humphrey School. Register online. For questions,
contact Emily Jacobs, (612)624-0840.


HCRC

The Human Capital Research Collaborative is co-sponsoring the Heller-Hurwicz Economics
Institute
discussion, "Early Learning Adds Up: Using Research to Drive Policy," Thurs. June 5, 5;30-7:00 pm, Cowles Auditorium, Humphrey School. Register online. For questions, email Emily Jacobs, (612)624-0840.