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Events on Saturday, April 8, 2000 [Add]

   6:30pm-. Official Banquet with Faculty and Administrators Muslim Students Awareness Network (MSAN) , Islamic Society of Stanford University (ISSU), ASSU Program Board, BSU, SASA, IUC, PAS, ESA. Tom Campbell ( Congressman) and Prof. John Esposito Professor (Islamic Studies, Georgetwon University). Kimball Dinning Hall, Manzanita Dining.


Events on Monday, April 10, 2000

   7pm-9pm. Gay Marriage? Queer Feminist Perspectives Queer Awareness Days. Law School Rm. 180.


Events on Wednesday, April 12, 2000

   8pm-9pm. Film on Organ & Tissue Donation: The Kindness of Strangers-- Women’s Center and the American Red Cross. Castano Lounge.


Events on Thursday, April 13, 2000

   4pm-. Globalization and Area Studies: The Future of a False Opposition Institute for International Studies. Prof. Arjun Appadurai. Bechtel Conference Center, Encina Hall, 616 Serra St.. (FREE)

   4:15pm-5:30pm. CyberDisplay(TM) - Revolutionary Displays for Portable Products US Japan Technology Management Center. Dr. John Fan. Skilling Auditorium. (FREE (Open to Public))

   8pm-10pm. "Call to Witness" Queer Awareness Days. Pam Walton. Round Room, Memorial Church.

   8pm-9pm. Religious Views on Organ and Tissue Donation Women’s Center and the American Red Cross. A3C Ballroom.

   8pm-9:30pm. Doing Business Globally: Cultural Issues Stanford Egyptian Association. Mrs. Nadia Mansour, Vice president of Latin America operations at Lucent. Packard Electrical Engineering, Room 101.

   8pm-9:30pm. Doing Business Globally: Cultural Issues Stanford Egyptian Association. Mrs. Nadia Mansour, Vice president of Latin America operations at Lucent. Packard Electrical Engineering, Room 101.


Events on Friday, April 14, 2000

   12pm-1pm. Grassroots Globalization: Indian Housing Activists and Their International Networking Institute for International Studies. Prof. Arjun Appadurai. A/P Scholars Conf. Rm., 3rd Fl. Encina Hall, 616 Serra St.. (FREE)

   7:30pm-9pm. Elizabeth Birch: Transforming America, the Role of the GLBT Community Queer Awareness Days. Elizabeth Birch, Executive Director of HRC. Kresge Auditorium.

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