Lectures, Seminars, and Talks


The Department of Political Science
cordially invites you
to the
1st PoS 100 Plenary Lecture

"Residual Issues in the Mindanao Peace Process"


Fr. Albert Alejo, SJ

24 January 2008
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Leong Hall

The PoS 100 Plenary Lecture series is envisioned tobe a forum for discussing current events and pressingissues for students taking the core course PoS 100.

This semester's focus is on Mindanao, particularlyissues of peace and conflict, human security, religion,ancestral domain, economic rights and its relationship tothe rest of the Philippines.

Bioseminar: Wild Birds

The Department of Biology and The Biological Organization (eXplore,eXperience, eXcel) would like to invite the Ateneo Community to this year's first BioSeminar.

Ms. Trinket Canlas, faculty member of the Department of Biology, will talk about"Wild Birds of the Philippines". This is an opportunity for everyone to know more about these amazing treasures, many of which are unique to our islands, caught through the lens of a professional bird watcher. Bird enthusiasts shouldn't miss this!

See you all on Wednesday, January 23, 2008 at SEC LecB/SEC-B201 from 4:30 to 6:00 PM.

Russell S. Julian
Department of Biology

Lecture - The Many Face(t)s of Austria

The Department of Modern Languages
School of Humanities
would like to invite you
to a talk on


by Mag. Barbara Naudé, M.A.
Vice Consul and 2nd Secretary
Embassy of Austria

on Tuesday, 22 January, 2008
10:30-12:00 noon
Natividad Galang Fajardo Conference Room
Ground floor, De la Costa Hall

Seminar on Dynamic Macroeconomics

In preparation for the talk and dialogue with Nobel Laureate Professor Finn E. Kydland on 7 February 2008, the Department of Economics is hosting a seminar on the dynamic consistency of economic policy. Developed by Professors Kydland and Edward C. Prescott in 1977, this model is a valauable contribution to the field of dynamic macroecnomics and policy, for which both were awarded the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel in 2004.

Speaker : Luis F. Dumlao, PhD.
Date : Thursday, 24 January 2008, 4:30PM
Place : CTC 102

For further information, contact the Department of Economics (local 5220 to 22)