Week of March 28, 2016                                          View this email in your browser.
We are pleased to announce that the Inaugural Neugebauer Lecture, JWST: How does a folding Telescope Work?  will take place on April 13 at 4:00pm in Hameetman Auditorium, and will feature Marcia Rieke from the University of Arizona
Other Upcoming Event Highlights
Wednesday, March 30th, 11AM, Noyes 147
Research and reality: similar implementations of interactive classroom learning with dissimilar outcomes. Laura Tucker, Assistant Teaching Prof. of Physics, UC Irvine 

Saturday, April 2, 6 pm, Center for Student Services
Dinner & Movie: CodeGirl 
Wednesday , April 6, 12pm, Crellin 151
Risk management in science: : when things don’t go as planned. Lunch Provided,  RSVP
Thursday, April 7, 2:30 pm, Athenaeum
Memorial Service for Charlie Barnes. If you cannot attend, please click here to share your memories
Funding & other opportunities 
Prize Opportunity: 2017 Breakthrough Prizes in Fundamental Physics, Life Sciences, & Mathematics. Anyone can nominate a candidate, but self-nominations are not allowed. 

Upcoming AGEP conference: On behalf of the National Science Foundation funded California Alliance, you are cordially invited to participate in the California Alliance’s Third Annual Retreat, which will be hosted by UC Berkeley, April 8–9th, 2016.

The John Templeton Foundation invites Online Funding Inquiries for their Small Grants ProgramGuidelinesCore Funding Areas Overview

Earlier this month, a conference honoring Nick Makarov's 60th birthday took place in Switzerland. Conference information and downloads can be found here
Cool Cosmos: IPAC Educational Resources
9 facts about Caltech & Title IX
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