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Greg Barron-Gafford SCAPES Feb17

Introduction to agivoltaics and goals of the SCAPES (Sustainably Co-locating Agricultiral and Photovoltaic Energy Systems provided by Greg Baron-Gafford, University of Arizona

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Graduate Careers Exploration Week: Careers in Science & Technology Policy

Join School of Chemical Sciences alumni to hear about their career paths in science & technology policy

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Graduate Careers Exploration Week: Careers in Data Science

Join School of Chemical Sciences alumni to hear about their career paths in Data Science

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Graduate Careers Exploration Week: Careers in Science Communication

Join School of Chemical Sciences alumni to hear about their career paths in Science Communication

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Illinois GIS Day 2021: Machine Learning for Climate and Environmental Sciences: Advances and Challenges

Dr. Arindam Banerjee, Founder Professor, Department of Computer Science, the University of Illinois, delivered the keynote address at Illinois GIS Day on 17 November, 2021. Vast amounts of spatially…

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Illinois GIS Day 2020: Martin Mendez-Costabel, Bayer Crop Science

Dr. Martin Mendez-Costabel, Geospatial Data Asset Team Lead at Bayer Crop Science delivered the keynote address at virtual Illinois GIS Day on 18 November 2020. Dr. Costabel holds an agronomy degree…

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The Science of Self Care Series: Face, Body, and Hair Care

On this episode of The Science of Self Care Series, brought to you by Funk ACES Library, we're bringing you three easy recipes for face masks, body scrubs, and hair masks you can make at home,…

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The Science of Self Care Series: Aromatherapy

On this episode of The Science of Self Care Series, brought to you by Funk ACES Library, we delve into aromatherapy, and show you an essential oil diffuser recipe you can use to de-stress.

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The Science of Self Care Series: Yoga

This episode of The Science of Self Care Series, brought to you by Funk ACES Library, explores the benefits of yoga, and includes a short yoga session that you can follow along with at your desk.

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The Science of Self Care Series: Food

This episode of The Science of Self Care Series, brought to you by Funk ACES Library, gives you tips on how to fuel yourself during finals week, including answers to the age old debate between coffee…

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The Science of Self Care Series: Sleep

This episode of The Science of Self Care Series, presented by Funk ACES Library, tackles proper sleep hygiene and tips for taking the best naps during finals week.

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Dawn Bohn: Zines in the Classroom

Dawn Bohn, Associate Professor in Food Science & Human Nutrition, will speak about utilizing zines in the classroom as a tool for solving complex food science and ingredient technology…

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Clinic Tour Fall 2021

A brief tour of the Audiology and Speech Language Pathology Clinic, hosted by graduate students in the Department of Speech and Hearing Science

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Capturing Audiences with Data Visualization Systems and Pre-attentive Features

Data visualization has nearly unlimited potential but is often only as valuable as the story you are able to tell and the audience you can capture to see you story. In this interactive workshop,…

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Preparing for the Virtual ACES + LAS Career Fair: Science Majors

Preparing for the Virtual ACES + LAS Career Fair: Science Majors

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Clip of Eat Fresh, Eat Local: Preserve Like a Pro

Are you planning on preserving your garden’s bounty? This session will cover the pros and cons of canning, freezing, drying, and fermenting your favorite foods. You’ll walk away with a…

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STEM Illinois Communiversity Think and Do Webcast. Mental Health TechUp. Dr. Sadiq Patel

In this webcast installment on mental health disparities and access, we will learn about Dr. Sadiq Patel’s journey from childhood to becoming a teacher, consultant, social worker, and…

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Cultural Memory in the Star Wars Universe | May 6, 2021

Stephanie Halmhofer, Alex Fitzpatrick | "There is Power in the Past: The Politicization of Archaeology and Heritage in the Star Wars Universe"Owen Morawitz & Nick van Buuren |…

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Becoming a Trans Inclusive Library | Classifying Trans People with K. R. Roberto

K.R. Roberto is a trans library researcher and former academic librarian who specialized in cataloging and serials management. He has completed the requirements for the PhD in Library and Information…

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Adventures in Online Programming- Ihssen

iSchool Student Showcase talk by Clarissa Ihssen about online programming during Covid-19

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February 12th 2021 Carwil Bjork-James

Dr. Carwil Bjork-James (Anthropology, Vanderbilt) presents After Evo, A Return to the Grassroots? Understanding Bolivia's New Left Coalition.

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"International Librarianship Discussion with Clara M. Chu" hosted by the [email protected] student chapter

18 March 2021 International Librarianship Discussion with Clara Chu Moderated by Nathan Sonnenschein, co-chair of the International Committee of the ALA student chapter at UIUC and Sylvia Figueroa…

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February 15 2021 John Magdaleno

John Magdaleno (Political Science, IESA and UCAB) presents Why Hasn't There Been a Transition to Democracy in Venezuela?: Ten Myths about Transitions to Democracy (presentation in Spanish)

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1.1.What is a Database? What is a Database Management System?

In this video, you will learn what a database is and what a database management system is.

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