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Dr. Michael Mann will discuss his latest book, The Madhouse Effect, and how climate change denial is threatening our planet. (4/8)

On April 8 at 5:00pm in Taylor Hall, Room 203, Dr. Michael Mann will deliver "Return to the Madhouse: Climate Denial in the Age of Trump” as part of the Asprey CCAS Engaging Science Book Club. Dr. Mann is the Distinguished Professor of Atmospheric Science at Penn State, with joint appointments in the Department of Geosciences and the Earth and Environmental Systems Institute. He is a prominent figure in the field of climate science, and was a lead author of the Third Scientific Assessment Report published by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change in 2001.

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The Second Annual Red Sand Gala: A night of anti-human trafficking art and advocacy. (4/4)

On April 4 at 6:00 p.m., please join us for an evening of art, education, and empowerment, in Vassar College’s Ely Hall/Aula building, to raise awareness of human trafficking. The evening will include a three-part speaker series on: trafficking at a local and United States level; the Red Sand Project — an artist and activist project to raise awareness on human trafficking; and Shamere McKenzie's story as a survivor of trafficking.

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Suzanne Weekes, WPI, presents, “Lean Out: Connecting Outside the Ivory Tower,” (3/27) and a technical lecture, “A Multi-compartment Mathematical Model of Cancer Stem Cell Driven Solid Tumor Growth Dynamics.” (3/28)

Professor of Mathematical Sciences Suzanne Weekes will give a lecture entitled, “Lean Out: Connecting Outside the Ivory Tower,” on March 27, in Rockefeller Hall, 300, at 5:00pm. The technical lecture, “A Multi-compartment Mathematical Model of Cancer Stem Cell Driven Solid Tumor Growth Dynamics,” will be on March 28 in Rockefeller Hall, 300, at 3:00pm.

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Writer, novelist, and professor Jamaica Kincaid tempers the boundary between poetry and prose. (4/11)

On April 11th at 8:00 p.m. in the Villard Room, Jamaica Kincaid will deliver “Landscapes and Memories.” She skillfully and elegantly tempers the boundary between poetry and prose. Through her books and novels including Annie John, Lucy, At the Bottom of the River and A Small Place, she has carved out a unique and cherished place in the American literary landscape.

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