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Monash Memo - 26 September 2001

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26 September

Anatomy and Cell Biology seminar - 'New directions in x-ray imaging and microscopy, including the synchotron,' by Dr Steven Wilkins, CSIRO Division of Manufacturing Science and Technology. Padua Theatre, Clayton, 4 pm.

28  September

Philosophy postgraduate seminars - 'Power, relations and identity or are dispositions intrinsic?', by Mr Toby Handfield. Room W916, Menzies building, Clayton, 2.15 pm.

Accounting and Finance seminar - 'Consumer insolvency', by Mr John Duns. Room SGO3, ground floor, Menzies building, Clayton, 1.15 pm.

1 October

Microbiology seminar - 'Merozoite surface proteins containing EGF-like domains in Plasmodium species', by Dr Casilda Black (chairperson Professor Ross Coppel). Seminar room, building 53, Clayton, 4 pm.

2  October

Lunchmaths - 'New ways to solve quadratic equations', by Dr Michael Deakin. Room 14, Science precinct, Clayton, 1 pm. For details, email marty@kafkaland.maths.monash. edu.au

Faculty of Arts seminar - 'Tricks of the trade', for higher degree research candidates. Speakers include Dr Chris Worth, Dr Denise Cuthbert, Ms Fiona Neilson. For reservations, email caroline.spencer@arts.edu.au

3  October

Anatomy and Cell Biology seminar - 'The joy of Sertoli cells', by Mr Jeremy Buzzard. Padua Theatre, Clayton, 4 pm.

Centre for Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies - 'The hell of uncertainty: the Faustus figure in Christopher Marlowe and Johann Wolfgang's Goethe', by Christa Knellwolf. Room 809, Menzies building, Clayton, 3 pm.

5 October

Accounting and Finance seminar - 'Forecasting profitability and earnings: a study of the UK stock market (1982-2000)', by Professor Dave Allen. Room 1.37, Caulfield, 12 noon.

Philosophy staff seminar - 'Donkey sentences: Omnis homo habens asinum vident illum', by Keith Allen. Room W916, Menzies building, Clayton, 2.15 pm.


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