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Lunchtime events resume this semester

by Adam Minakowski on 2022-01-20T16:21:00-05:00 in News | Comments

Lunchtime events are back! Please join us at Nimitz Library to hear the world-class USNA Band perform or catch a Faculty Research Talk to learn about the impressive research taking place across the Yard. If you haven’t been before, Faculty Research Talks give faculty a chance to highlight their research for an audience of non-experts. All midshipmen, faculty, and staff are invited to attend and will have a chance to ask questions at the end.

Grab your lunch (or purchase one here) and a friend and join us for these lunchtime events!

Date/Time

Event

Details

Wed 26 Jan, 1200-1245

USNA Band concert

Jazz Combo

Tue 1 Feb, 1245-1320

Research Talk: Dr. Nate Chambers

Identifying Phone Numbers in Obscured Text: Preventing Human Sex Trafficking

Wed 9 Feb, 1200-1245

USNA Band concert

Brass Quintet

Tue 15 Feb, 1245-1320

Research Talk: Col Maria "MJ" Pallotta, USMCR, PhD

Marine Leaders in Irregular Warfare: Professional Military Education for Cross-cultural Competence in Counterinsurgency

Wed 23 Feb, 1200-1245

USNA Band concert

Blues Quartet

Wed 2 Mar, 1245-1320

Research Talk: Dr. Alyssa Quintanilla

Objects Out of Place: Materiality in the United States-Mexico Borderlands

Tue 8 Mar, 1245-1320

Research Talk: Dr. Leighanne Basta

Combating Antibiotic Resistant: Investigating Mycobacterial Enzymes as Novel Drug Targets

Wed 9 Mar, 1200-1245

USNA Band concert

Wind Trio

Tue 22 Mar, 1245-1320

Research Talk: Dr. Matthew Knight

The DART Mission: NASA's First Planetary Defense Test

Wed 23 Mar, 1200-1245

USNA Band concert

Clarinet Quartet

Mon 18 Apr, 1245-1320

Research Talk: Dr. Ines Martin

Pronunciation in Second Language Acquisition


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