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Thursday March 30, 2017

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  • Rutgers Dance Intensive Features Guest Artist Soon-ho Park

    At least once a year, the Mason Gross School of the Arts dance department brings international artists to Rutgers to work with students. Find out how the experience makes students more versatile, and watch the graceful moves they rehearsed with the founder of a dance company in Seoul, South Korea.

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  • Forrest Stuart
    Speaker Series: Forrest Stuart

    Rutgers School of Criminal Justice and the School of Social Work co-sponsor a talk on how the social fabric of disadvantaged neighborhoods is being reshaped April 3.

  • print
    French Print Exhibition

    The Zimmerli Art Museum hosts “Toutes Les Nouvelles – All the News: Current Events in Nineteenth-Century French Prints,” an exhibition of Parisian news items, through July 30. 

  • stage
    Theater Production: ‘Proof’

    The Rutgers University-Camden Department of Fine Arts presents “Proof” April 5 to 9. 

  • brain research
    Brain Research Lecture

    The fourth Julesz Lecture on Brain Research features Jack Gallant of the University of California, Berkeley, speaking on “How the Brain Builds a Rich Representation of the Natural Visual World” April 6. RSVP recommended. 

  • Hockey
    Dentists vs. Doctors Charity Hockey Game

    The annual New Jersey Medical School vs. Rutgers School of Dental Medicine Charity Hockey Game, which benefits the Smiles Across Bangladesh fund, is March 31 at the Prudential Center in Newark. 

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