Tuesday, January 30, 2007

N. H. seminars

As F mentioned, there will be no N. H. seminar today. But not to worry. I'm not wearing any pants. No. Wait. You shouldn't worry because there are lots of other N. H. seminars coming up this quarter and spring quarter. I've attached the lists for your reading pleasure.

Thursday, January 18, 2007

R.W. Seminar

R W, Dept. of X, University of X, will present the seminar "New Insights into Evolution of Cereal Genomes" next Monday, Jan. 22, at X:XX p.m. in XXX. I'm assuming he'll be talking about the project to map all of Capt. Crunch's genes.

There's are only a few openings left on his schedule, so please let me know if you would like to meet with him between 10 a.m. and noon. Sorry students, but no cereal for lunch for you this week since I already have the lunch slot filled.

Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Change in the Monday seminar routine

Well, it's a brand new year, which means it's time for a few changes. The biggest change of course will be my decision to open a school to train epileptics to give circumcisions.
Besides that, we are completely changing the schedule for the Monday seminar series. The seminars will still be held in XXX. But starting next Monday, Jan. 8, we will have our pre-seminar socials at X:XX p.m. instead of X:XX p.m. in the XXX Room. The seminars will now start at X:XX p.m. instead of X:XX p.m. And why did we move things around? Because at X:XX-ish p.m. immediately following the seminars we will have a post-seminar social in the XXX Room so folks can discuss what they heard at the seminars. And what will make this post-seminar social so enjoyable? Free beer and cheap, salty snacks! Yes, nothing goes together better than alcohol consumption and science.
FYI, our first speaker for the quarter will be Dr. JK.