Events: 2003

Wednesday, January 15

Training Session for Discussion Leaders

Ann Arbor District Library Main Branch
Muehlig Room, Lower Level
7:00-8:30 pm
(R.S.V.P. required. To sign-up, use this form)

Tuesday, January 21

Lecture featuring Philip Reilly, Author

Pfizer
11:00-12:00 pm (Private)

Opening Kickoff Event
featuring Philip Reilly, Author

Ann Arbor Hands on Museum
7:30-9:00 pm (Open to the public)
R.S.V.P. Required. Call Sandy Toivonen at
734-995-5439 or stoivonen@aahom.org

Wednesday, January 22

Talk and Signing
featuring Philip Reilly, Author

Downtown Borders
3:00-TBA (Open to the public)

Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program Lecture
featuring Philip Reilly, Author

Rackham Auditorium
6:30-8:00 pm (Open to UM students)

Thursday, January 23

Training Session for Discussion Leaders

University of Michigan Union
Anderson D and Ponds ABC
4:00-6:00 pm (R.S.V.P. required. To sign-up visit: www.aareads.org)

Wednesday, January 29

Values Café Book Discussion

Shaman Drum Book Shop
7:30 pm Topic: Cloning (Open to the public)

Monday, February 3-Friday February 21

Genetics Exhibit:
“Structures of Life: Observing and Analyzing Proteins, DNA, and Viruses”
University of Michigan, Chemistry Building
930 N. University, 1st Floor Atrium
M-F: 8am-9pm Sat-Sun: Noon-6pm
(Open to the public) Contact: 734-936-5456

Wednesday, February 5

Training Session for Discussion Leaders

Ann Arbor District Library Main Branch
Multi-Purpose Room, Lower Level
7:00-8:30 pm (R.S.V.P. required. To sign-up
visit: www.aareads.org)

Jewish Community Center Book Discussion
Discussions at 1:30 pm and 7:30 pm at the JCC
Topic: Cloning (Chapter 23)
Please R.S.V.P. to 734-971-0990

Sunday, February 9

Reviving Lincoln Lecture
Gerald J. Prokopowicz, Ph.D., Lincoln scholar

Ann Arbor District Library
2:00–3:30 pm (Open to the public)

Wednesday, February 12

Values Café Book Discussion

Shaman Drum Book Shop
7:30 pm Topic: Genetically Modified Foods (Open to the public)

Thursday, February 13

Community Rec. and Ed. Discussion Group

7:00-8:30 pm Location TBA. (R.S.V.P. Required
Call 734-994-2300. Group will also meet March 20th)

Friday, February 14

DNA and the Death of the Russian Romanov Ruling Family
Professor Walter Moss, Ph.D., Eastern Michigan University

Ann Arbor District Library
Main Branch Multipurpose Room
7:00 – 8:30 pm (Open to the public)

Saturday, February 15

Genetic Dilemmas: Cloning, Genetic Testing, Frozen Embryos and Other Controversial Technologies
A Panel Discussion

Ann Arbor District Library
Main Branch Multipurpose Room
2:00-4:00 pm (Open to the public)

Tuesday, February 18

Endangered Species and Genetics
M. Elsbeth McPhee, Ph.D., UM School of Natural Resources and Environment

Ann Arbor District Library
Main Branch Multipurpose Room
7:00–8:30 pm (Open to the public)

Wednesday, February 19

NEW TRAINING SESSION ADDED!!!
Wednesday February 19
7:00-8:30PM
Ann Arbor District Library Main Branch
Multi-Purpose Room, Lower Level
To Register for this session call 936-2575 or e-mail aareads@umich.edu

Wednesday, February 26

Values Café Book Discussion

Shaman Drum Book Shop
7:30 pm Topic: “Personality and Talent: Nature vs. Nurture”
(Open to the public)

Thursday, February 27

Alzheimer’s Disease and Genetics
Lisa Gray, MSW, Training Coordinator for the Alzheimer’s Education program, Eastern Michigan University

Ann Arbor District Library
Main Branch Multipurpose Room
7:00–8:30 pm (Open to the public)

Tuesday, March 4

Public Discussion on Genetic Determinism:
Nature vs. Nurture
University of Michigan Union, Welker Room
8:00pm (open to the public)
Sponsored by the Students Exploring Life Sciences and Society (SELSS)

Wednesday, March 5

DNA and Crime
Dr. Julian Adams, UM Professor of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology

Ann Arbor District Library
Main Branch Multipurpose Room
7:00–8:30 pm (Open to the public)

Jewish Community Center Book Discussion
Discussions at 1:30 pm and 7:30 pm at the JCC
Topic: Talent: Nature and Nurture (Chapter 11)
Please RSVP to 734-971-0990

Thursday, March 6

Jewish Community Center
Reception w/ Brief Comments from Phil Reilly
3:30p.m. at the JCC (open to the public)

Final Closing Celebration
featuring Philip Reilly, Author
Ann Arbor District Library
7:00–8:30 pm (Open to the public)

Tuesday, March 11

Public Discussion on Gene Therapy:
University of Michigan Union, 2105A
8:00pm (open to the public)
Sponsored by the Students Exploring Life Sciences and Society (SELSS)

Thursday, March 13

Lincoln's DNA Book Discussion
Borders Downtown
7:00pm (open to the public)