What ensues is an insightful, touching and often humorous look at how the search for love changes—or doesn’t change—from first love to the far reaches of life.If you are ready to take a chance on love, below are upcoming senior speed-dating events planned for Connecticut that you may want to check out: Senior Speed Dating at Cascade in Hamden, CT Wednesday April 8, 2015 p.m. 480 Sherman Avenue, Hamden, CT COST: .00 payable on day of the event Sponsored by Quinnipiac University and Cascade.Inspired by the heart-warming and critically-acclaimed documentary, The Age of Love, senior speed-dating events are beginning to pop up all over the country, including right here in Connecticut.In the film by director Steven Loring, a group of seniors from Rochester, NY sign up to participate in a unique speed-dating event for 70- to 90-year-olds.The Music and Disability Interest Group will meet jointly with the AMS Music and Disability Study Group to discuss current business and then hear four short presentations on current research in music and disability from Feilin Hsiao, Virginia Whealton, Alejandro Tellez Vargas, and Tekla Babyak. The Music and Disability Interest Group and the AMS Music and Disability Study Group will jointly co-sponsor a special session “Cripping the Music Theory/Music History Curriculum.” The session will feature four presentations, followed by a round table of six respondents, addressing the topic of how to incorporate disability perspectives into the core college music curriculum.
Several have sponsored official sessions in addition to their own IG meetings.
Louis, USA) Brian Davison (Lehigh University, USA) Marie des Jardins (University of Maryland, Baltimore County, USA) Thomas Dietterich (Oregon State University, USA) Edith Elkind (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore) Ariel Felner (Ben-Gurion University, Israel) George Ferguson (University of Rochester, USA) Xiaoli Fern (Oregon State University, USA) Tim Finin (University of Maryland, Baltimore County, USA) Doug Fisher (Vanderbilt University, USA) Kenneth Forbus (Northwestern University, USA) Kobi Gal (Ben-Gurion University, Israel) Jeff Heflin (Lehigh University, USA) Malte Helmert (University of Basel, Switzerland) Julia Hockenmaier (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA) Geoff Hollinger (Oregon State University, USA) Eric Horvitz (Microsoft Research, USA) Adele Howe (Colorado State University, USA) Shivaram Kalyanakrishnan (University of Texas at Austin, USA) Subbarao Kambhampati (Arizona State University, USA) Henry Kautz (University of Rochester, USA) Kristian Kersting (Technical University of Dortmund, Germany) Roni Khardon (Tufts University, USA) Sven Koenig (University of Southern California, USA) J.
Zico Kolter (Carnegie Mellon University, USA) Kathryn Laskey (George Mason University, USA) Christian Lebiere (Carnegie Mellon University, USA) Vladimir Lifschitz (University of Texas at Austin, USA) Dragos Margineantu (Boeing, USA) Michela Milano (DEIS Universita' di Bologna, Italy) Hector Munoz-Avila (Lehigh University, USA) Jennifer Neville (Purdue University, USA) Ronald Parr (Duke University, USA) Daniel Polani (University of Hertfordshire, UK) David Poole (University of British Columbia, Canada) David Pynadath (USC Institute for Creative Technologies, USA) Subramanian Ramamoorthy (University of Edinburgh, Scotland) Jeff Rosenschein (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel) Francesca Rossi (University of Padova, Italy) Alan Schultz (Naval Research Laboratory, USA) Stephen Smith (Carnegie Mellon University, USA) Mohan Sridharan (Texas Tech University, USA) Nathan Sturtevant (University of Denver, USA) Gita Sukthankar (University of Central Florida, USA) Kiri Wagstaff (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA) Michael Wellman (University of Michigan, USA) Shimon Whiteson (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands) Michael Wooldridge (University of Liverpool, United Kingdom) Scott Yih (Microsoft Research, USA) Neil Yorke-Smith (American University of Beirut, Lebanon) Nitin Agarwal (University of Arkansas at Little Rock, USA) Thomas Ågotnes (University of Bergen, Norway) David W. Levent Akin (Bogazici University, Turkey) Adrian Albert (Stanford University, USA) Christopher Amato (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA) Heni Ben Amor (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA) Bo An (Chinese Academy of Sciences, China) Elliot Anshelevich (Rensellear Polytechnic University, USA) Marta Arias (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain) Kevin Ashley (University of Pittsburgh, USA) Tsz-Chiu Au (University of Maryland, College Park, USA) Nora Ayanian Amos Azaria (Bar-Ilan University, Israel) Javad Azimi Haris Aziz (NICTA and University of New South Wales, Australia) Tim Baarslag Yoram Bachrach (Microsoft Research, Cambridge, USA) Christer Bäckström (Linköping University, Sweden) Marcello Balduccini (Drexel University, USA) Tina Balke (University of Surrey, UK) Bikramjit Banerjee (The University of Southern Mississippi, USA) Laura Barbulescu (Carnegie Mellon University, USA) Ken Barker (IBM Research, USA) Roman Bartak (Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic) Nicola Basilico (Politecnico di Milano, Italy) Paul Baxter (Plymouth University, USA) Michael Beetz (Technische Universitaet Muenchen, Germany) Kostas Bekris (Rutgers University, USA) Marc Bellemare Paul Bello (Office of Naval Research, USA) J.
Just to take a few examples: Colorado’s non-profit universities make a respectable showing on U. News & World Report rankings for Best Online Graduate Computer IT Programs and schools seem committed to improving distance education.
For example, the regionally accredited and 100% online CSU-Global releases its university data, including graduation rates, to the public.