February 2016 Events

The following events are open to all – please join us! You can also download the Resident Activity Calendar to view our vibrant programming.

Eat for Health Series: The Healthy Benefits of Food

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Location: Aljoya Thornton Place

Come learn from our Registered Dietician, Isabel Soley, why chronic inflammation is so important. How to prevent and treat chronic disease? How to eat and what to eat? Our relationship with food is a central one that reflects our attitudes to our environment and ourselves.

Kindly RSVP at (206) 306-7920.

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Philosophy 101

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Location: Aljoya Thornton Place

Delve into the explanation and discussion of fascinating themes in philosophy. Topics include basic logic, knowledge, and mind-brain relationship. How does logic work, and why is it important? What is knowledge, and how does it differ from opinion?

Kindly RSVP at (206) 306-7920.

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Philosophy 101

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Location: Aljoya Thornton Place

Delve into the explanation and discussion of fascinating themes in philosophy. Topics include basic logic, knowledge, and mind-brain relationship. How does logic work, and why is it important? What is knowledge, and how does it differ from opinion?

Kindly RSVP at (206) 306-7920.

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STEM Lecture: GenEthics?

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Location: Aljoya Thornton Place

This month’s STEM Lecture (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) will feature Malia Fullerton, DPhil. She is an Associate Professor of Bioethics and Humanities at the UW School of Medicine, and Director of the Institute for Public Health Genetics in the Department of Biostatistics for the UW School of Public Health. Her work focuses on the ethical and social implications of genetics and genomics research. Come and see what she is up to now in the ever-changing world of science and technology!

Kindly RSVP at (206) 306-7920.

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Philosophy 101

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Location: Aljoya Thornton Place

Delve into the explanation and discussion of fascinating themes in philosophy. Topics include basic logic, knowledge, and mind-brain relationship. How does logic work, and why is it important? What is knowledge, and how does it differ from opinion?

Kindly RSVP at (206) 306-7920.

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Philosophy 101

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Location: Aljoya Thornton Place

Delve into the explanation and discussion of fascinating themes in philosophy. Topics include basic logic, knowledge, and mind-brain relationship. How does logic work, and why is it important? What is knowledge, and how does it differ from opinion?

Kindly RSVP at (206) 306-7920.

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