"Structural Determinants of Enzyme Thermostability." John Tanner, University of Houston. Noon. 130 Anatomy & Physiology Bldg. Free. 727-3843.
June 25, Tuesday
Noon-5 p.m. White Hall lobby. 727-9355.
June 26, Wednesday
7 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Emory Hospital, classrooms B & C. 727-9355.
FILMS ABOUT WOMEN IN HISTORY
"Johanna d'Arc of Mongolia," an epic adventure tracing the encounter between seven western women traveling aboard the Trans-Siberian Express and a band of Mongol horsewomen who sweep them into the plains of inner Mongolia. 7:30 p.m. 208 White Hall. Free. 727-6761.
June 27, Thursday
"New Proteins in Src and Ras Signaling Pathways." Jonathan Cooper, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle. Noon. 130 Anatomy & Physiology Bldg. Free. 727-3843.
June 28, Friday
WINSHIP CANCER CENTER SEMINAR
"Regulation of Apoptosis in Hematopoietic Progenitors." John Cleveland, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. 4 p.m. F. Phinizy Calhoun Auditorium, Emory Clinic Bldg. B. Free. 778-3992.
MUSEUM EXHIBITION PREVIEW
The opening celebration for the exhibitions "Thornton Dial: Remembering the Road" and "Souls Grown Deep: African American Vernacular Art of the South." 7-9 p.m. City Hall East, 675 Ponce de Leon Ave. $10 Carlos Museum members, $20 non-members. 727-2251.
July 3, Wednesday
Noon-5 p.m. Dental Bldg. lobby. 727-9355.
NATIONAL BLACK ARTS FESTIVAL JAZZ VESPERS
Featuring saxophonist Dwight Andrews and his Quintet with readings by Playwright Pearl Cleage and special guests. 7 p.m. Cannon Chapel. Free. 727-6216.
July 9, Tuesday
"Souls Grown Deep: African American Vernacular Art of the South." Robert Hobbs, curator and Rhoda Thalhimer Endowed Chair of American Art, Virginia Commonwealth University. 5:30 p.m. Reception Hall, Carlos Museum. Free. 727-6118.
July 12, Friday
"Neuropeptides in the Mammalian Pineal Gland: Molecular Biological and Functional Analyses." James Olcese, Institute for Hormone and Fertility Research, Hamburg, Germany. Noon. 5052 Rollins Center. Free. 727-5983.
July 13, Saturday
MUSEUM CHILDREN'S WORKSHOP
Alabama artist Lonnie Holley will discuss his "yard show" installation and other works in the exhibition Souls Grown Deep, and work with children to create three-dimensional works from found objects. 10 a.m. City Hall East, Education Classroom, 675 Ponce de Leon Ave. $5 for Carlos Museum members; $7 for non-members. Preregistration required. 727-4280.
An Evening of African American Blues. 8 p.m. Reception Hall, City Hall East, 675 Ponce de Leon Ave. Free tickets required. 727-6118.
July 14, Sunday
"Knee Deep in Trash: The African American Yard Show in the South." John Beardsley, author of Gardens of Revelation: Environments by Visionary Artists. 2:30 p.m. Reception Hall, Carlos Museum. Free. 727-6118.
Through June 28
"The Revolution of the Mind Continues: Global Games" is the theme of this year's Alumni University, a program to recreate the college experience. Alumni and their children. 727-5632.
MUSEUM CULTURE CAMP
A week-long exploration of art and sport around the world. Children will explore the galleries of the museum and learn about the relationship between art and sport in many cultures as well as participate in a wide variety of art-related activities, sports and games from five different civilizations. Suggested ages 8-12. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. $100 members; $120 non-members. For registration forms, call 727-4280.
June 29-Oct. 15
CARLOS MUSEUM THORNTON DIAL EXHIBITION
"Thornton Dial: Remembering the Road" will display approximately 55 relief paintings, works on paper and sculptures. Exhibit opens at 10 a.m., June 29. Level three galleries, Carlos Museum. A collaboration with ACOG. Free for members; $5 plus ACOG service fee for non-members. Call 744-1996 for tickets; for more information, call 727-4282.
June 29-Nov. 3
CARLOS MUSEUM SOULS GROWN DEEP EXHIBITION
"Souls Grown Deep: African American Vernacular Art of the South" will display more than 500 works by 30 self-taught African American artists, introducing visitors to the achievements of several generations of artists working in the wake of the Civil Rights Movement. Exhibit opens at 10 a.m., June 29. City Hall East, 675 Ponce de Leon. A collaboration with ACOG. Free for members; $5 plus ACOG service fee for non-members. Call 744-1996 for tickets; for more information, call 727-4282..
July 1-Aug. 9
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS EXHIBITION
"HOMELAND: Historic Photographs of the North of Ireland, 1900-1935" will depict social and working life in turn-of-the-century Ireland, including shipbuilding and the Belfast-built liners in which many emigrants crossed to the United States. Seventh floor, Woodruff Library. 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Monday-Friday; 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Saturday. Free. 727-6887.
July 12-Sept. 6
EATWELL LIGHT LUNCH-AND-LEARN SERIES
A series of mini-sessions on learning the dynamics of healthy eating from registered dieticians and licensed therapists. Weekly weigh-ins, support materials and mutual encouragement. Free to faculty, staff and students. Sessions meet biweekly on Fridays. 12:15-12:45 p.m. 1735 Lowergate Drive. Preregistration requested. 727-9355.
THEATER EMORY OLYMPIC ARTS FESTIVAL PERFORMANCE
Theater Emory and ACOG will present the Saratoga International Theater Institute's (SITI) Small Lives/Big Dreams in performance for the Olympic Arts Festival. Small Lives/Big Dreams creates a commentary of the human condition as five characters seek to "recover" during the aftermath of an earthquake. 8 p.m. Alliance Theatre's Studio space. For tickets, call the Olympic Arts Festival ticket line at 744-1996.
To submit an entry for the campus calendar, send a brief written description of the event to: Matt Montgomery, Emory Report, News and Information, fax to 727-0646, or e-mail to mmontgo@ unix.cc.emory.edu three weeks before the publication date. Dates, times and locations may change without advance notice.