摘要: 明天推荐书我为我们推荐一本Carol Bolt的颇有神秘色彩的书《Book of Answers》。 《Book of Answers》那本书自身前边也没听他们说过，是一人女同事介绍给自家的，说是下一年度最hit的书- -!。出于好奇，作者 ...
告知标题：Progress Report on Bioanalytical Technology and Environmental Health
The movie tells us a story about a romantic comedy. The plot
centers on a Canadian immigrant named Margaret Tate, who learns that she
may face deportation charges because of her expired visa. Determined to
retain her position as a executive chief, Tate convinces her assistant,
Andrew Paxton, to temporarily act as her finance. Initially planning on
resuming their lives after Tate resolves her visa issues, they appear to
abandon those plans as their relationship intensifies.
Unfortunately for Margaret, she’s been so focused on her career, but she’s neglected a few legalities and is suddenly informed that she faces deportation to her native Canada. Desperate to keep her job, she impulsively “confesses” that she and Andrew are engaged to be married. Andrew very grudgingly agrees to the charade, on condition that he finally gets that book editor position. The forced romance coincides with a major family celebration back in Andrew’s hometown of Sitka, Alaska—where, Margaret discovers, the Paxton tribe is a very big, affluent deal. Andrew’s mother Grace is warm and welcoming, but his formidable dad Joe, who’s always resented his son’s rejection of the family business, is skeptical about this older woman in Andrew’s life. And then there’s Annie, the outspoken and mischievous 90-year-old matriarch played with scene-stealing ebullience by TV icon Betty White. Also in the mix is Gertrude, the sweet, pretty Alaska girl Andrew abandoned for the big city. The next day, the family convinces them to marry while they're in Sitka. After Margaret realizes how close Andrew's family is, she becomes upset, gets on Andrew's boat, and speeds away from town with him. She tells him she has been alone since she was sixteen years old after her parents died and had forgotten what it felt like to have a family. She lets go of the helm and stumbles to the back of the boat. Andrew makes a sharp turn to avoid hitting a buoy, and Margaret falls out of the boat. Andrew quickly turns the boat around and saves her. At the wedding ceremony, Margaret confesses the truth about the wedding to the guests, including Gilbertson, who informs her she has twenty four hours to leave for Canada.
At the end of the movie, Andrew goes to New York and tells Margaret he loves her in front of the entire office staff. They kiss and then go to Gilbertson and inform him they are again engaged, but for real this time. How wonderful a movie is. The real lovers will live together. Although the process is hard, the end is sweet. I hope that all of the people can find their love and live together. The Proposal is a movie about a couple who start out hating each other and end up liking each other. It's a funny thing about that. I started out hating the movie and ended up liking it.
报告人：Prof. Chris Le
明天推荐书作者为大家推荐一本Carol Bolt的颇有神秘色彩的书《Book of Answers》。
告知标题：Detection of Microbial Pathogens and Disinfection By-products in Water
《Book of Answers》这本书笔者后面也没听别人讲过，是壹位女同事介绍给本人的，说是前年度最hit的书- -!。出于好奇，作者在网络买了一本，那本书以往还平昔不翻译过来的版本，买的是原版。 那本书不管是真的拿来问自个儿想问的主题材料，或是只是拿来娱乐，都能让您获益！推荐书笔者推荐有空的时候能够拿来阅读下，大概你的风度翩翩部分标题就一蹴即至了。
主讲人：Professor Elaine Avila
报告人：Prof. Xing-Fang Li
题 目：Families, Form, Diversity, Impact: American Playwrights from 1970-2000
澳门威斯尼斯人网址：化学与分子科学学院，学术讲座。讲座时间：2009.12.16 2：30-4：30 p.m.
Professor X. Chris Le
主 持 人：陈爱敏 教授
Dr. Le holds Canada Research Chair in Bio-Analytical Technology and Environmental Health. He is Distinguished University Professor in the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology, and is an adjunct professor in Chemistry and Public Health Sciences. He is the Director of Analytical and Environmental Toxicology Division.
Dr. Le received his BSc degree in Chemistry from Wuhan University, where he started research on inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometry for the determination of rare earth elements. He received two MSc degrees, one in Environmental Chemistry from Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Science, and the other in Analytical Chemistry from Brock University. He developed direct current plasma and atomic absorption techniques that were applied to the certification of standard reference materials for trace elements. He obtained PhD in Environmental/Analytical Chemistry from the University of British Columbia. His PhD research with William Cullen on arsenic speciation resulted in a better understanding of the environmental fate and human metabolism of arsenic compounds such as arsenosugars. He spent a year as a Killam postdoctoral fellow with Norm Dovichi at the University of Alberta, where he studied enzymatic hydrolysis of oligosaccharides in single yeast cells.
主讲人：Professor Elaine Avila
Dr. Le’s current research is on bioanalytical chemistry and environmental toxicology. He has published more than 200 research articles on bioanalytical techniques for environmental and health research, assessment of human exposure to environmental contaminants, and detection of proteins and DNA damage. His collaborative work on the determination of arsenic species, assays for trace amounts of proteins and DNA damage, and new approaches to studies of protein and DNA binding have enabled novel environmental and biological studies.
澳门威斯尼斯人网址：化学与分子科学学院，学术讲座。题 目：Firsts and Beyond Borders: American and Canadian Playwrights from 2000-2010
Dr. Le is an elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, Academy of Science. He has received an E.W.R. Steacie Fellowship from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada. He received the W.A.E. McBryde Medal , the Maxxam Award (Analytical Chemistry) , and the Environment Research and Development Award from the Canadian Society for Chemistry. He also received the Martha Cook Piper Research Prize and the Award for Excellence in Mentoring from the University of Alberta. Dr. Le has trained more than 80 graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. Twenty of his trainees currently hold independent academic positions in Canada, China, Turkey, and the United States.
讲座时间：2008.12.17 2：30- 4：30 p.m.
Professor Xing-Fang Li
Carol Bolt (August 25, 1941 – November 28, 2000) was a Canadian playwright. She was a founding member and, for several years, president of the Playwrights Union of Canada.
Dr. Xing-Fang Li is Tenured Full Professor at the University of Alberta with cross appointment in the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry and in the School of Public Health. She is the Past Chair of the Environment Division, Canadian Society for Chemistry. Her diverse research deals with analytical and environmental chemistry, focusing on analytical technology development and applications to drinking water disinfection, environmental contaminants, microbial pathogens, and molecular interactions between environmental contaminants and biomolecules.
Bolt’s best known play is the thriller One Night Stand, which was turned into a film in 1978. Her other plays include examinations of Canadian-specific motifs and political issues, such as Buffalo Jump (examining Canada during the depression era of the 1930s) and Red Emma (about radical anarchist Emma Goldman). Her last play was Famous, produced on stage in 1997.
Dr. Li has received a University Faculty Award from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada and a McBryde Medal from the Canadian Society for Chemistry to recognize “a significant achievement in pure or applied analytical chemistry”. She was awarded the Annual KillamProfessorship (2012/2013) and Excellence in Mentoring Award at the University of Alberta. She is elected Fellow of Chemical Institute of Canada .
For television, Bolt’s writing credits include Tales of the Klondike, two episodes of the animated children’s series The Raccoons, and a single episode of Fraggle Rock.
主 持 人：陈爱敏 教授
Dr. Li serves as Associate Editor for Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry and editorial board member for Chemosphere, Journal of Environmental Sciences, and Environmental Chemistry (in Chinese). She is also elected Vice Chair and Chair of Gordon Research Conference on Water Disinfection By-products.
Bolt died of complications due to liver cancer on November 28, 2000, in Toronto, Ontario. Following her death, the Canadian Authors Association renamed its CAA Award for Drama to the Carol Bolt Award in her memory; the award is now administered by the Playwrights Guild of Canada.
Dr. Li received B.Sc. in Chemistry from Hangzhou University, M.Sc. in Environmental Chemistry from the Research Centre for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences, M.Sc. in Analytical Chemistry from Brock University , and Ph.D. in Environmental/Analytical Chemistry from the University of British Columbia, Canada.
Dr. Li is a guest professor at Zhejiang University, Wuhan University, and the Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences . Current projects in Dr. Li’s research group include: characterizing new drinking water disinfection by-products of toxicological significance, studying toxicity of emerging water contaminants, generating DNA aptamers that bind to specific microbial pathogens, and developing nano-biosensing devices and assays for detection of microbial infections and environmental contaminants.
Families, Form, Diversity, Impact: American Playwrights from 1970-2000
A survey of landmark plays and playwrights from 1970-2000, paying special to attention to the importance of the “family” play in America and plays that have had a positive effect on public policy, such as John Herbert’s Fortune and Men’s Eyes , a Canadian play that premiered in New York City and helped lead to American prison reform and the winning of some gay rights. This era of American theatre saw the emergence of writers from diverse cultural backgrounds (women, queer, African-American, Chinese-American, Latino/a writers). Playwrights experimented with form, drawing inspiration from visual art, music, and dance. Play creation techniques from influential playwrights/teachers of playwriting will also be discussed.
澳门威斯尼斯人网址，Firsts and Beyond Borders: American and Canadian Playwrights from 2000-2010
The new millennium saw the first Latino writer, the first African American woman, to win the Pulitzer Prize for Drama (a prestigious national American award), as well as playwrights reaching across borders of all kinds. Innovations are made in form and structure through a rise in plays that are created through interviews and international collaborations, such as such as Ruined, The Lamarie Project, Burn Gloom, and Jade in the Coal. Playwrights examine their cultures of origin, immigration policies, and stereotypes. Erik Ehn spearheads collaborations with Rwanda, Africa; Paul Yee/Pangaea Arts works with performers from Ghangzhou; Lynn Nottage wins the Pulitzer Prize for her play inspired by women’s stories from the Congo, Africa; Chay Yew writes about Shanghai.
Elaine Avila is the Endowed Chair and Head of the MFA Program in Dramatic Writing at the University of New Mexico. She is an award-winning playwright in the United States and Canada. Notable plays include: Jane Austen, Action Figure…and Other Plays (Premieres/Workshops: New York City; Vancouver, Canada; Portland, Oregon; Panama City, Panama), Quality (London, England; Edmonton, Canada; New Mexico), Burn Gloom (Vancouver, BC, a music-theatre collaboration involving writers from 14 cities, including Guangzhou, Malawi, Santiago, Tasmania, Bali, New York City, Montreal, and Belle Ile, France). She is the recipient of numerous awards and grants including The Victoria Critic’s Circle for Best New Play, a Canada Council Millennium Grant, “New Works for Young Women” Award/Residency from Tulsa University, the A.S.K. Theatre Projects Scholarship, Research (in Lisbon, Portugal) and Teaching Grants, the University of New Mexico and the Alden B. Dow Fellowship.