Join us in observing National Consumer Protection Week. A representative from Fairfax County Consumer Affairs will present “Protect Yourself from Fraud” on March 7 from 4 – 5 p.m., 1009 Fenwick Library. The Consumer Affairs Branch mediates and investigates consumer complaints against businesses, tenant-landlord disputes, and cable issues if the transaction occurred in Fairfax County. Services offered by this branch include answering advice inquiries, assisting consumers with pre-purchase information, and community outreach.
For more information, please contact Katara Hofmann, email@example.com, 703-993-9061
Scholarly Productions @ the Research Commons (SP@RC) Lab provides point of need assistance for scholars in disseminating their research, regardless of format. Through workshops and appointments, SP@RC’s goal is to create self-sufficient scholars – able to apply best practices in design and research presentation to their work. Come learn – and do – with us!
For more information, please contact Hannah McLaughlin, firstname.lastname@example.org, 703-993-2236.
Special Collections Research Center is hosting an exhibit reception for its current display, From Tintypes to .TIFFs – Life through the Lens, on Monday, February 19, 2-4 p.m., 2400 Fenwick Library. Professor Vanessa Schulman of the History and Art History department will provide remarks about the exhibit, and refershments are provided by Argo Tea.
For more information, contact Liz Beckman, email@example.com, 703-993-5282
By integrating a vast knowledgebase of biological relationships harvested from millions of published articles (full-text and abstracts) with analytical and visualization tools, Pathway Studio enables scientists to explore molecular interactions along with the cause and effect relationships associated with biological processes across multiple organisms. Register now to get an overview of this tool on February 20 (Fenwick Library) or February 22 (Colgan Hall, SciTech Campus). Come and learn how Pathway Studio can help you:
- Analyze and interpret your experimental results in the context of published data with greater confidence
- Rapidly develop and confirm experimental hypotheses for new drug targets, biomarkers and drug repurposing projects
- Unravel cell and immunology interactions associated with disease biology
- Understand the underlying biology that affects development, disease progression and drug responsiveness
For more information, contact Carl Leak, firstname.lastname@example.org, 703-993-8347.