Free food digest: November 14, 2012

Eat free or dine trying.

A Day in the Life of a Medical Student
5-6:30 p.m.

Get a glimpse at the shockingly exciting lives of medical students while enjoying Pizza Pie-er. Or something like that.

Art of Science Biomed Exhibit
Sidney Frank
5-7 p.m.

What is it with medical things and free food today? Whatever, they’ll have refreshments, and some type of artwork that you can astutely critique.

Urban Studies DUG: “The Iconic Ghetto” with Professor Elijah Anderson
29 Manning St.
7-8 p.m.

The always classic “light refreshments” will be ripe for the picking starting at 6:30, but feel free to stay late if “leading urban ethnographers” is a phrase that trips your trigger.

Free food digest: March 7, 2012

Eat free or dine trying.

Pfizer Postdoctoral Program
12-1 p.m.
Biomed 202

Want to grab some “exciting opportunities for young scientists”? Want to grab some refreshments? Just love Pfizer? See you there.

Hearing Radmilla screening
6-8 p.m.
Smitty B 202

Enjoy and discuss a documentary about the biracial winner of the ’97-’98 Ms. Navajo title… while also snacking.

WiSE Dinner Date with Prof. Ken Miller
7-8 p.m.
Science Center (SciLi 3rd floor)

Hang out with members of Women in Science and Engineering while eating Shanghai and listening to Prof. Ken Miller, BIO 200 guru, expound on the universe. (Apparently he’ll answer “any questions you have.”) Free food. And Ken Miller. Did we mention the Ken Miller part?

Free food digest: February 15, 2012

Eat free or dine trying.

Warm-Up to Study Abroad
JWW lobby

Sidle on over to the JWW lobby for this study abroad Q&A, ask a throwaway question about water safety in Peru, and BAM — hot cocoa and assorted treats. #thatwaseasy

“The Developing Brain” — Solsbery Undergraduate Fellows Presentations
Ratty — Dining room 8

Four talented undergrads present their research on risky behavior in youth, but you don’t have to risk anything to enjoy the buffet lunch.

Writing for Science Classes
Science Center — 3rd floor SciLi

Learn how to improve your lab reports while also learning how refreshments can improve your life.

CLACS Workshop: Managing the Market in Latin America
Watson Institute, McKinney Conference Room

Enjoy dinner from the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies while a couple of grad students present their papers. Sounds like a food d’état.

LGBTQ Resource Center — Faunce 321

This is a safe study space (with snacks!) for queer men and their supporters and friends, but is open to all. Munch as long as you want, but bring that respect.