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Feb. 9, 2009

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TODAY: Nobel prize winner and discoverer of HIV speaks on campus
Meet the man who discovered HIV and who is a co-recipient of the 2008 Nobel Prize in Medicine at a public lecture in the Libin Lecture Theatre, today at noon.

Does your research involve humans?
If your research involves humans—whether you’re interviewing them or operating on them— then you’ll need to know about proposed changes to the ethics policy that guides how you conduct your studies.

What happened to German Protestantism?
In what has been an area of research neglected by scholars, Douglas Shantz, the Chair of Christian Thought, has written a second book that looks at Christianity in Germany after the Thirty Years War.

Researcher chases ‘elusive’ Arctic ice measurements
Ice cap thickness an important factor in climate change modeling, says Alex Braun in the Arctic Institute of North America.

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Until Feb. 14
Erase the Waste 200g Challenge
12 p.m. From HIV-Aids to Chronic Diseases : a 25 year Survey and Prospect
7:30 p.m. Mean Boy: a Reading by Lynn Coady
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Feb. 11
Higher Moral Ground: The First Interamerican Women's Congress, 1947
Feb. 17
Chart the Course of Ethics—TCPS Consultation. Register now.
Feb. 18-20
Growing Home: Housing and Homelessness in Canada conference
Feb. 24
Erase the Waste - U of C Sustainabilty Workshop.
Space limited; register now.