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4371 Federal Dr., Batavia, NY, US, 14020

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Barnes Symposium: It's About Time
Roberts Wesleyan CollegeApril 21, 2015 5:30 PM
2301 Westside Drive
Rochester, NY 14624
Keynote speaker, Dr. Adam Frank, Professor of Astrophysics at the University of Rochester will present on the topic About Time, Cosmology and Culture at the Twilight of the Big Bang" Science, psychology, and theology faculty from Roberts Wesleyan College will supplement the discussion from the unique perspectives of their own disciplines. Topics include: "Time and the Healing Process"Bethany Claes, Assistant Professor of Psychology"God, It's About Time"Jeffrey McPherson, Assistant Professor of Theology"Picturing Infinite Time from Beginning to End"Dr. Gary Raduns, Professor of Mathematical Sciences"Time and Motion - Random Thoughts"Dr. David Roll, Professor of Biological Chemistry"The Culture of Time and Gravity in Modern Physics"Michael Schillaci, Assistant Professor of Physics  Tuesday, April 21   Reception 5:30 pmCLC, Lower AtriumDinner/Keynote AddressDr. Adam Frank:6:00 pmCLC, SRH  7:00 pmCLC, SRH         Wednesday, April 22   Chapel PresentationJeffrey McPherson 11:00 amHale Auditorium, CLCLunch  12:00 pmGarlock Dining CommonsAfternoon Reception  3:30 pmSSC, 2nd floor Faculty Presentation Scientific Focus 4:00 pmSSC AuditoriumFaculty Presentation Theological Focus 7:00 pmCLC, SRH       CLC=Cultural Life Center   SRH=Shewan Recital Hall   SSC=Smith Science Center All events are open to the public.  Registration for Dinner/lunch required. Registration for sessions requested.   The Barnes Science and Faith Symposium is made possible by the generous support of Dr. and Mrs. David Barnes, who have been active participants in the Roberts Wesleyan College community since the 1970s. Dr. Barnes, professor emeritus in biology, taught at Roberts from 1970-2004. His wife Avis taught in the Pavilion School District for 30 years. They created the Barnes Symposium to foster an annual lecture series that would address issues of science and Christian faith.   FAQs  What are my payment options? You can pay with VISA, Mastercard, Discover and American Express. You can also pay by check. To pay with a check, click on "Show other payment options" under the Register button. Should I register even if I'm only going to the sessions? Yes. While you can attend the sessions without registering, we ask that you do register so we can be better prepared for you. What do I need to bring to the event? Bring your printed e-mail confirmation.  What if I want to register for dinner after the deadline of April 14? You can still attend these events, however we ask that you please contact us at the address below before you try to register.   Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? Via e-mail: BarnesSymposium@roberts.edu Via telephone: (585) 594-6134
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Sierra Club Environmental Forum Featuring Dr.james Hansen
Monroe Community CollegeApril 21, 2015 6:30 PM
1000 East Henrietta Road
Rochester, NY 14623
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2cellos
Center for the ArtsApril 21, 2015 7:30 PM
103 Center for the Arts
Buffalo, NY 14260
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Theresa Caputo Live! The Experience
Blue Cross Arena At The War MemorialApril 21, 2015 7:30 PM
1 War Memorial Square
Rochester, NY 14614
Theresa Caputo is a television personality who is best-known for her TLC series Long Island Medium. Based in Hicksville, New York, she earned an audience when her show premiered in 2011 and has since shared her practice of communicating with the dead on various talk shows and in her own book, There's More to LIfe Than This.
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Fly America Presents: Major With A Major 2015 Tour, Starring Mark Battles With Derek Luh
The ForvmApril 21, 2015 7:00 PM
4224 Maple Road
Buffalo, NY 14226
As a young, up-and-coming artist born and raised in Indianapolis, self-proclaimed hip hop artist Mark Battles success is driven by his desire to properly represent his hometown with the production of effective music that listeners will not only appreciate, but also remember. With influences such as Eminem, Tupac, Jay-Z, Big Pun, DMX, LL Cool J, and Drake, Mark describes his own style as not only “modernized” hip hop, but also “the essence of real hip hop”.
Officially launching his career in 2005, Mark Battles has chosen the route of establishing a new name and face that the hip hop industry will acknowledge. With the pressure of giving Indianapolis a good name, his plan for success in this regime is to expand his brand Fly America and “take it as far as possible.” With this in mind, Mark’s plan to take over the internet consists of media outreach through [hip hop] blog sites, social networking, and by utilizing YouTube. After this is accomplished, he would like to transfer his talents over to the radio and continue to promote the success of his brand.
Although he is still trying to make a name for himself, Mark is interested in working with inspirational artists such as Wiz Khalifa, Mac Miller, and Lil’ Wayne. As a firm believer in conducting thorough research, pursuit and productivity are just as important to Mark and his success, “It’s hard work…so continue to work hard.”
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Collecting Shadows: The Legacy Of James Card
George Eastman HouseApril 21, 2015 10:00 AM
900 East Avenue
Rochester, NY 14607
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