下载二八杠棋牌游戏opening reception | thursday february 20 5-6pm panel discussion, cvpa 153 6-7 pm: reception at the cvpa campus gallery curated by pamela karimi & hamed noori in conjunction with prof. pamela karimi's class at the cvpa: art & politics in the middle east this exhibition sheds light on how contemporary iranian artists engage with iran's ancient heritage, history, and politics. despite having a tradition deeply rooted in complex historical narratives and aesthetic sensibilities, all the artists featured here reveal their own unique interpretations. while reflecting on history and politics, this exhibition also captures a long-lasting artistic lineage. displayed in conjunction with historic manuscripts and images on loan from the ars libri ltd collection in boston, this exhibition invites us to appreciate the extent to which contemporary iranian artists build on their heritage to craft a unique artistic idiom. umass dartmouth cvpa gallery university of massachusetts dartmouth college of visual and performing arts (cvpa) 285 old westport road dartmouth, ma 02747 gallery hours: monday through thursday 10-4pm; friday 10-12pm for questions contact: email@example.com
下载二八杠棋牌游戏topic: high dynamic range radio frequency amplifier location: lester w. cory conference room, science & engineering building (seng), room 213a abstract: dynamic range is a major area of concern for the frontend of a radar receiver. in this thesis, a radio frequency (rf) amplifier is designed to improve dynamic range using negative feedback. negative feedback is a trade-off between gain and linearity. negative feedback reduces the non-linear distortion and leads to a higher third input interception point (iip3). the rf amplifier integrated circuit is designed and laid out using the gallium arsenide pseudomorphic high electron mobility transistor technologies due to its bandwidth and low noise figure performance. the simulations confirm the efficacy of negative feedback for realizing wide dynamic range rf amplifiers operating at 10 ghz range. note: all ece graduate students are encouraged to attend. all interested parties are invited to attend. open to the public. advisor: dr. yifei li committee members: dr. dayalan p. kasilingam and dr. paul j. gendron, department of electrical & computer engineering, umass dartmouth; dr. tariq manzur, naval undersea warfare center (nuwc) *for further information, please contact dr. yifei li at 508.999.8841, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
下载二八杠棋牌游戏please join the center for portuguese studies and culture|tagus press, the ferreira-mendes portuguese-american archives and the department of portuguese for an informative presentation about make portuguese countâ„¢ in the 2020 census campaign. when thursday, february 27, 2020 at 5pm (snow date: march 2, 2020, at 5pm) where claire t. carney grand reading room what is make portuguese count about? palcus - portuguese-american leadership council of the united states - has launched a national campaign to encourage the participation of portuguese americans in the 2020 u.s. census under the tagline make portuguese count. palcus has been working with the u.s. census bureau to establish the first national complete count committee in the history of the bureau so that all u.s. residents who claim portuguese ancestry will be informed and counted as "portuguese" in the 2020 census. why is this important for our community? the impact of an accurate census count for the communities where portuguese americans live is significant for several reasons: 1. communities can receive their fair share of the more than $675 billion per year in federal funds spent on schools, hospitals, roads, public works and other vital programs; 2. business make decisions on where to build factories, offices and stores, thereby creating jobs; 3. developers use the census to build new homes and revitalize old neighborhoods; 4. local governments use the census for public safety and emergency preparedness; 5. the boundaries and number of congressional districts are determined for each state. why is this important for the portuguese community? the portuguese were neither coded nor counted as an ethnic group in the 2010 census. without data about how many portuguese there are and where they live, this ethnic group is statistically invisible when making a case for: 1. portuguese language education in public schools; 2. grants for social services and health studies specific to the portuguese; 3. political voice with elected officials. please come and hear how portuguese will be coded and counted in the upcoming 2020 census. presentation by: marie r. fraley, palcus national census director josã© dacunha, u.s. census partnership specialist, ny region refreshments will be served please use parking lot 13 free and open to the public. for additional information please call (508) 999 8255 or e-mail email@example.com
italian film series: bitter rice (1949) date: wednesday, march 4, 2020 time: 7:00 pm place: larts 104 description: join us for our 5th annual italian film series at umass dartmouth, co-sponsored by the foreign literature and languages department and the history department. this spring semester, we will be taking a look at the postwar period in italy through neorealist films. for our second film, we will show "bitter rice (1949): two criminals on the run end up working in a rice field and decide to recruit other workers for their next robbery (imdb). free admission. all films have english subtitles. refreshments will be served. any questions may be directed to prof. rose facchini at firstname.lastname@example.org or prof. matthew sneider at email@example.com.
jews, christians and muslims all claim that god desires humanity to live together in peace. yet, the scriptural monotheisms are implicated in some of the bloodiest carnage and massacres of human history. without vindication or condemnation, this presentation will examine some of the complex issues that lie beneath religious positions and practices of peace and war. dr. reuven firstone is the regenstein professor in medieval judaism and islam at hebrew union college, los angeles and affiliate professor of religion at the university of southern california. professor firestone lectures at universities in europe, asia and the middle east as well as throughout north america. he received his phd in arabic and islamic studies from new york university. he served as vice president for program of the association for jewish studies and president of the international qur'anic studies association. he is the author of 8 books and over 100 scholarly articles.