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October 15, 2021
Connect with the UW community every week through public events and exhibitions! Participate in performances and lectures this week.
Many of these opportunities are streamed through Zoom. All UW faculty, staff, and students ZoomPro via UW-IT..
October 20th 19: 30–9: 00 PM | online
The Frontier Lectures on Physics series invites renowned scientists to UW and offers free lectures on exciting advances in physics with the aim of promoting an understanding of science and technology in our community.
October 20th Department of Physics We are excited to welcome the winners of the UW Breakthrough Prize 2021 Eric Adelberger, Jens Gundraf, When Brain Heckel.. These physicists talk about their innovative research to gain a better understanding of the fundamental forces of gravity.
October 20th 6: 00–7: 30 PM | Zoom online
join UWT Labor Solidarity Project The third seminar in the Working, Together series will take a cross-cutting approach, exploring the recent history of regional, national and global labor movements. Each conference will feature presentations and discussions facilitated by key voices in mapping the labor movement and scholarship trajectories. These seminars are free and open to the public.
October 21-24 | Meany Hall, Katharyn Alvord Gerlich Theater
Described by “Pure and buoyant joy for the audience” Seattle Times, NS Chamber Dance Company We will celebrate the 30th anniversary of our marriage in October 2021. This year’s concert will explore the empathy, intimacy, and confusion that make up relationships. The program has Camille A. Brown (2010), Joe goode (2004), Zvi Gotheiner (1992), Shapiro & Smith (1999) and Doug Vallone (1988).
$ 10-22 | Ticket purchase and details
“Hangman”: About Adolf Eichmann’s Executioner — Screening and Conversation with Director Netary Brown
The Stroum Center for Jewish Studies is a 2010 documentary “The Hangman (The Hangman (The Hangman)Hatarian) ”Introduces the Yemenite Jewish Shalom Nagar, who protected the Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann and finally executed him. Despite Eichmann’s role as the main organizer of the Holocaust, Nagar did not want to execute him.
The film reflects the assignment of the executioner to Nagar as a clarification of Mizrahi’s Jewish position at the Holocaust Memorial in Israel. This experience, and Nagar’s remorse about the meaning of the death penalty, even in the face of unforgivable conduct, raises the pressing question of crime and punishment in our time.
After the 60-minute documentary screening, the faculty members Smadder Bennatan I will discuss the movie with the director. Netary brown, And facilitate Q & A.
October 19th 10: 00–11: 00 AM | online
President Course Watch her annual speech live stream from 10am to 11am on Tuesday, October 19th. She shares her vision as she works to recover from the pandemic and support the impartiality and well-being of the faculty community. , Staff and students.
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