Posted on | October 8, 2010 | Comments Off
The second lecture in the Fall 2010 Faculty Lecture Series features Mānoa’s Patricia Couvillon and Tales From the Hive and Other Stories of Animal Intelligence, Thurs., Oct. 14, 3:30 p.m. in Hamilton Hamilton Library, Room 301.
The field of comparative psychology was launched in the wake of Charles Darwin’s assertions of mental continuity between animals and humans. Recent work with honeybees, a species only remotely related to humans, has added intriguing complexity to the field. This talk will illustrate some of the ingenious methods developed for research on the learning and memory of honeybees, highlight the most remarkable findings and also touch on contemporary threats to honeybees in Hawaiʻi and elsewhere.
Oct. 11—Kauaʻi presents the Kealaʻoli Radio Show, KKCR FM 91.9, noon, (808) 245-8295
Oct. 12—Mānoa’s Jon Paul Bingham lectures on Cone Shell Chemical Biology: The Search for Drugs from Killer Slugs, Windward, Hale ʻImiloa 111, 1:30 p.m., (808) 236-9120
Oct. 13—How Could She Miss Race? Slavery and Colonialism in Emma Goldman lecture by Mānoaʻs Kathy Ferguson, Mānoa, Burns 2118, noon, (808) 944-7593
Oct. 13—Albert Paley, the first metal sculptor to receive the Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Institute of Architects gives a public presentation, Hilo, UCB 127, 6 p.m., email for more info
Oct. 15–17—The College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources hosts the Master Gardener Statewide Conference—Growing Together in Hawaiʻi, Ala Moana Hotel, 453-6050
Oct. 15—Mānoa pianist Jonathan Korth and soprano Rachel Schutz present a colorful bouquet of vocal music, Mānoa, Orvis Auditorium, 7:30 p.m., (808) 956-8742
Oct. 17—The Edward Gorey Film Festival features Alfred Hitchcock’s The Lady Vanishes, Mānoa, Art Building Auditorium, 3:30 p.m., (808) 956-6888
Go to the UH calendar for more events.