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Symmetry In Nature and in the Laws of Nature: Evaluation

We're so glad you could join us for Amherst Today: Symmetry in Nature and In the Laws of Nature. Please take a moment to fill out the following evaluation form in order to assist us in planning future programs and making them as good as they can be. Specific comments would be very much appreciated.

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Communication before the event: *
The Chosen Topic: Symmetry in Nature and in the Laws of Nature: *
The reading material: *
Accommodations at the Lord Jeffery Inn: *
Session 1 "Symmetry, Conservation and the Central Role of Emmy Noether's Theorems" - Kannan Jagannathan: *
Session 2 "Introduction to Fundamental Discrete Symmetries" - Larry Hunter: *
Session 3 "Symmetry and Schrodinger's Cat" - Jonathan Friedman: *
Session 4 "The Higgs Particle and Symmetries, Exact, Approximate, Manifest and Hidden: *
Cocktail Reception: *
Dinner: *
Lab tour 1: *
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Lab tour 2: *
Which 9:45 a.m. lab did you attend? *
Session 5 "Symmetry in Moton: How Mathematicians and Artists Capture the Patterns of Nature - Susan Goldstine '93: *
Challenges and Pleasures of Bringing Esoteric Science to the Public - Carolyn Johnson '02 : *
Supersymmetry on the Table: Looking for New Physics with an Old Method - Elizabeth Petrik '08: *
Testing the Symmetry Between Matter and Antimatter - David Hanneke : *
Meals in Valentine Dining Hall : *
How many Amherst Today programs have you attended? *