Come and learn more about this essential resource in the film inspired by William Bryant Logan’s book, Dirt: the Ecstatic Skin of the Earth.
Enjoy a 1 hour yoga class among the trees taught by Emma Brady. No cost, but donations welcome. Please bring your own mat or towel.
Come on a tour featuring avian habitats and the beautiful trees of St. Mary’s campus.
The film “Call of Life” investigates the Earth’s unprecedented loss of biodiversity.
Join Kevin Conrad, Curator of Woody Landscape Plant Germplasm Repository at the U.S. National Arboretum, as he talks about the various components of the arboretum from research to public gardens to education outreach.
“Representing What? Women, Judging, and Justice in the United States”
Judith Resnik is the Arthur Liman Professor of Law at Yale Law School, where she teaches about federalism, courts, equality, and citizenship. She also holds an appointment as an Honorary Professor, Faculty of Laws, University College London.
Resnik’s books include “Representing Justice: Invention, Controversy, and Rights in City-States and Democratic Courtrooms” (with Dennis Curtis, Yale University Press, 2011); “Federal Courts Stories” (co-edited with Vicki C. Jackson, Foundation Press 2010); and “Migrations and Mobilities: Citizenship, Borders, and Gender” (co-edited with Seyla Benhabib, NYU Press, 2009). She is the co-editor (with Linda Greenhouse) of the Daedalus volume, “Inventing Courts” (American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2014). Professor Resnik is also an occasional litigator and argued Mohawk Industries, Inc. v. Carpenter, decided in 2009 by the United States Supreme Court. Judith Resnik has testified before Congress, before rulemaking committees of the federal judiciary, and before the House of Commons of Canada.
Free and open to the public.
Come on the new arboretum tour which now highlights avian habitat areas on campus.
Dr. Jeffrey Diamond (NIH) will give a research seminar titled “Specialized synapses shape visual signals in the retina.” He will discuss how his laboratory uses the retina as a model system to understand how the brain receives, computes, encodes, and transmits information, and how synapses and neurons perform specific computations relevant to visual processing. Free and open to the public.
Come on the new arboretum tour which now highlights important avian habitat areas.