Cupola Now March 10, 2011
  Berra > Student Brings Personal Story, International Ties to Event
One year ago, she stood on a bridge separating Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. This year, Berra Kabarungi is a new student at Mary Baldwin College and looking forward to participating in MBC's second Join Me on the Bridge event at 4 p.m. Sunday in the Spencer Center.
   Monkey > Lecture to Explore Evolution of Social Behavior
Can capuchin monkeys and chimpanzees teach us about the way human beings react with one another? What we learn about cooperation, reciprocity, inequity, and other economic decisions — even morality — from nonhuman primates?
   Soka > A New Partnership in Bloom
Officials from Soka University in Tokyo met with Mary Baldwin College administrators this week to discuss a new, bilateral student exchange partnership — would become the sixth such relationship that MBC has formed with institutions of higher learning around the world.
  Career Premiere > 'Career Premiere' Offers Networking, Face time
In a tough job market, recent grads need all the help they can get when trying to stand out among the post-commencement crowd. Mary Baldwin College's Office of Career Services encourages those soon-to-be job seekers to attend the Career Premiere Job & Internship Fair from 1 to 5 p.m. March 30 at the Salem Civic Center.
  Featured Event
  Carpenter Lecture 2011 > March 24
Carpenter Lecture in Health Care Administration: "Inside the Hot Zone"

Among the world's leading specialists in deadly diseases and biological weapons, U.S. Army Cols. Nancy and Jerry Jaax have been featured in the best-seller The Hot Zone and inspired the movie Outbreak. Hear them speak at 7 p.m. in Francis Auditorium inside MBC's Pearce Science Center, 227 East Frederick Street, Staunton. Free and open to the public. For more information, call 540-887-7051.

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