Minority children tour Medical School
A group of 80 middle-school minority students from the North Carolina Math and Science Education Network will tour the Medical School on Friday to encourage them to consider careers in medicine, dentistry, physics, and other math- and science-related careers.
The students will hear presentations by Alvin Poussaint, faculty associate dean for student affairs and professor of clinical psychiatry; Johnye Ballenger, instructor in pediatrics; Ernesto Gonzalez, associate professor of dermatology; and Joan Reede, assistant dean for faculty development and diversity and director of the Minority Faculty Development Program.
The program was organized by the Medical School's Office of Faculty Development and Diversity and Office of Recruitment and Multicultural Affairs.
Schedule changed for President's student office hours
Due to a change in President Rudenstine's schedule, his Wednesday, May 7, office hours for students have been changed to Friday, May 2, at 4 p.m. This is the President's final session of student office hours for the academic year.
Office hours take place at Massachusetts Hall on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Shops by Harvard Yard showcase entertainment this weekend
A day of outdoor entertainment will take place at The Shops by Harvard Yard as part of the Harvard Square May Fair on Sunday, May 4.
The show begins at noon with Inca Son, and continues with Blacksmith House Cabaret Connection at 1:30 p.m., Prometheus Dance and Dance Distractions at 3 p.m., and a Jimi Hendrix Tribute with guitarist Jeffrey Lockhart at 4 p.m. Rami Salami, the King of Balloon Twisters, will appear throughout the day.
Other locations around the Square will feature food from around the world and other entertainment from noon to 6 p.m.
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