FEBRUARY AT PENN
- 19 Neutrino Astronomy and Supernova 1987A: The Birth of a New Science; Alfred Mann, physics; 4 p.m.; Rm. A1, DRL (Physics).
- 20 The Kamiokande and Superkamiokande Neutrino Telescopes; Masa-Toshi Koshiba, University of Tokyo; 4 p.m.; Rm. A1, DRL (Physics).
- The Bible's Earliest Interpreters; James Kugel, Harvard/Bar Ilan University, Israel; 4 p.m.; B-26, Stiteler Hall (Jewish Studies).
- Heart, Bones and Hormones: An Update in Women's Health; J.A. Grisso, epidemiology & biostatistics; noon; Smith-Penniman Rm., Houston Hall (Women Fac. & Administrators).
- 21 What We learned About Physics and Astrophysics from Supernova 1987A; Michael Turner, Chicago; 4 p.m.; Room A1, D RL (Physics).
- 24 Women-Only Learning Environments: A Dilemma for NGO's;
Niti Seth, Harvard; 3-5 p.m.; Rm. 103-105, Williams Hall (South Asia Regional Studies).
- The Depth of Surfaces; David Leatherbarrow, architecture; 6 p.m.; Room B-3, Meyerson Hall (GSFA).
Deadline: The deadline for this weekly column is the Monday of the week prior to publication (e.g., February 17 for the February 25 issue).
Volume 43 Number 22
February 18, 1997
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