Spring 2017 Mtg Times-Locations

PLEASE NOTE: Freshman Seminars may not be shopped or audited.

21CCosmic ExplosionsBergerWednesday, 1:30‐3:30Observatory, -Center for Astrophysics, B105,  60 Garden St
21FOn Broken Ground: The Science and Impact of EarthquakesMeadeCANCELLED 
21GHow Did the First Stars and Galaxies Form?LoebMonday, 1:30-3:30Observatory, -Center for Astrophysics, B105,  60 Garden St
21WResearch at the Harvard Forest-Global Change Ecology: Forests, Ecosystem Function, and the FutureFoster4 weekend-long field trips, TBD-accepted students will be emailed by instructor about logistics.Harvard Forest, Petersham, MA
22SQuantum Mechanics Face to FaceFranklinTuesday, 2:30-4:30Science Ctr 106
22TWhy We Animals singFarrellMonday, 2-4Museum of Comp. Zoology Lab 401, 24-26 Oxford St
22VPhysics and Big QuestionsGabrielseTuesday, 1-3Lyman 425
23KInsights from Narratives of IllnessGroopmanWednesday, 1-3FSP Seminar Rm 21, 6 Prescott St, 2nd fl
23LMedicine, Law, and Ethics:  An IntroductionKhoshbinMonday & Thursday, 7-9pmCGIS Knafel-050, 1737 Cambridge Street
24EPhysics and Applied Physics Freshman Research Laboratory, TheGolovchenkoWednesday & Friday, 3-51st class meets in Lyman 228; Rowland Institute at Harvard, 100 Edwin Land Blvd, Cambridge
24KThe Surprising Science of HappinessEtcoffTuesday, 3-5Sever 302 (1st class: 01/31/17)
24PGetting to Know Charles DarwinFriedmanCANCELLED 
24UHow Did I Get Here?”—Appreciating “Normal” Child DevelopmentPragerTuesday, 4-6Barker Center 218
26JThe Universe's Hidden DimensionsRandallWednesday, 2-4Jefferson 453
26WThe Biology and Science of Cancer and Its Treatments:  From Empiric to Scientific to HumanisticDemetriWednesday, 2-5Robinson 105
30OWhat is College and What is it For?BarreiraWednesday, 3-5HUHS, 6th floor Rm 655
30UMultiethnic American Short Stories: Tales We Tell OurselvesLowinske-DesmondCANCELLED 
32VThe Art of StorytellingFosterTuesday, 2-4Warren House Library-Rm 102, 1 Prescott St
34OYou and Your CameraPershanThursday, 3-5Maxwell Dworkin 123
39NThe Call of BeautyScarryMonday, 4-6Emerson 318
40DThe Transformation of MarketingOfekTuesday, 3-5CGIS South-001, 1730 Cambridge Street
40ELaw and Society through the Cinematic FrameLiviatanMonday, 1-3CGIS South-040, 1730 Cambridge Street

Sex, Technology, and Trump: What Lies Ahead for The Constitution

TribeWednesday, 3-5Wasserstein, Caspersen Building (WCC), 4057
41DSick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired:  Health Disparities and African AmericansHammondsWednesday, 3-5

FOR JAN 25th: Science Ctr 252

later classes: Science Ctr 469

42CThe Role of GovernmentHartMonday, 3-5Littauer M-42
42NFrom the Arab Spring to ISIS: National Security Challenges in the MideastFreilichTuesday, 3-5Sever 112
42RTechnology to Save the WorldSweeneyTuesday, 2-4CGIS Knafel 050, 1737 Cambridge Street
43FWhen Bad Things Happen Early in Life: the Effects of Early Adversity on Brain and Behavioral DevelopmentNelsonMonday, 1-3Sever 305
44GPublic Policy Approaches to Global Climate ChangeCooperWednesday, 2-4Sever 112
48EHealth and Mental Health in Everyday LifeRuggieMonday, 2-4RM CHANGE: Barker Ctr 318
50HThe Biology of MovementBiewenerMondays 1-3MCZ, Oceanography Seminar Room 100, 24-26 Oxford St
50IThe Temporal UniverseGrindlayTuesday, 7-9Science Center 804
50KNeurofashionParkerMonday, 1-3Maxwell Dworkin G135
50LQuantum EntanglementSachdevTuesday, 2-4Lyman 330
50QGut Reactions: Discovering Chemistry from the Human MicrobiotaBalskusTuesday, 2:30-5:30Northwest Bldg, 152
60FTell a Personal Story Through SoundTutschkuMonday, 2-4Music Building, Room 6
60IThe Adventures of Theodore RooseveltCanfieldThursday, 2:30-4:30Houghton Library, Seminar Room 200
60JMusical Jokes from the Middle Ages to the Present DayClarkWednesday, 3-5Music Building, Room 4
60KThe Grail Quest of Marcel ProustGreeneThursday, 2-5Memorial Hall room 203
60MThe Poetry of Elizabeth Bishop and Sylvia PlathSacksWednesday, 3-5Sever 104
60RThe Beginnings of BusinessBarjamovicThursday, 4-6HBS, Cumnock Hall 101A (Allston Campus Express Shuttle, http://transportation.harvard.edu/shuttle-van-services/shuttle-routes/al...
60UOne Hundred Years in the Story of Labor: Literature, Cinema, and Political Thought since the Russian RevolutionKunichikaTuesday, 4-6Sever 201
70DOne World, 1943: Or, How Americans Discovered the WorldManelaTuesday, 2-4Harvard Art Museums, Rm 600
70EClimate Change Economics: Analysis and DecisionsWeitzmanThursday, 2:30-4:30Littauer Ctr-M-17
70FBioethics through Film: An Exploration of the Law and Ethics of MedicineCohenTuesday, 2-4:15Memorial Hall 202
70GEntrepreneurship and Venture Capital in the Global EconomyGompersThursday, 7-9pmCGIS South-003, 1730 Cambridge Street