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International Thanksgiving Celebration

6 p.m.

International House Lobby, 1400 W. Elizabeth St.

Everyone is welcome to join the CSU International House and Lory Apartment Community, as well as the Fort Collins International Club and other friends in the Fort Collins Community, as we celebrate Thanksgiving – International style! Food and entertainment will be provided free of charge. Dishes to share are welcome. For further information, please contact IHLA Community Coordinator Doris Wang at ChiungHsia.Wang@colostate.edu.

Training Session for Research Involving Human Subjects

9 a.m. to noon

Room 321, General Services Building

For more information, contact Evelyn Swiss at evelyn.swiss@research.colostate.edu or at 491-1553.

Colorado State Chemical and Biological Engineering Seminar

10 to 11 a.m.

Room 216, Lory Student Center

Professor Seidel-Morgenstern from the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems in Magdeberg, Germany, will speak on “Discontinuous and Continuous Operating Modes in Preparative Chromatography.” Refreshments will be served. To schedule a time to meet Professor Morgenstern, please call Claire Lavelle in the CSU Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at 491-5253.

Saturday

Equine Science “Show in the Snow”

9 a.m.

B.W. Pickett Equine Center

For some equine science students, the opportunity to host a student-run horse show becomes a reality through a class offered to equine science majors. The CSU Equine Event Management class is proud to host the second annual “Show in the Snow.” It is open to all CSU students as well as community members, and will offer both English and Western classes such as working hunter, equitation, jumping and hunter back. Sunday, Nov. 19 will feature the Western classes. For a show entry form or more information, visit http://equinescience.colostate.edu/content/view/129/69 or contact Tiare Wells at tiarew@colostate.edu.

Sunday

Equine Science “Show in the Snow”

9 a.m.

B.W. Pickett Equine Center

For some equine science students, the opportunity to host a student-run horse show becomes a reality through a class offered to equine science majors. The CSU Equine Event Management class is proud to host the second annual “Show in the Snow.” It is open to all CSU students as well as community members, and will offer Western classes such as trail, pleasure, horsemanship, reining and gymkhana classes. For a show entry form or more information, visit http://equinescience.colostate.edu/content/view/129/69 or contact Tiare Wells at tiarew@colostate.edu.

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