Volume 12, Number 8
8 November 2005

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November 10

Moment of Silence
9:05 a.m. at the Bilkent Atatürk Monument
National Anthem and

"Atatürk’ü Nasıl Anmak"
by Prof. Metin Heper
9:30 a.m. at Mithat Çoruh Auditorium

Buses will leave at 8:45 a.m. from the front of the Engineering

Prof. İnalcık Receives Presidential Culture and Arts Award

Prof. Halil İnalcık, a renowned historian and Founder of Bilkent's Department of History, has been named a recipient of Turkey's Presidential Culture and Arts Award for 2005.
Prof. İnalcık, Professor of Ottoman History at Bilkent since 1993, received his Ph.D. from Ankara University. Prior to joining the faculty at Bilkent University, he taught at Ankara University and the University of Chicago.
He also held appointments at Columbia University, Princeton University and the University of Pennsylvania. (Continued)


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Chairman of World Technology Leader Intel Comes to Bilkent

On Monday, November 14, the Chairman of the Board of Intel Corporation, Craig R. Barrett, will be visiting Ankara and Bilkent University. Through the cooperation of the Operational Research Club, the Engineering Society, the Management and Economics Club and Intel, Barrett will participate in a panel discussion moderated by Murat Birsel. The panel will take place at the Bilkent Concert Hall at 1:30 p.m. on November 14 and will be taped for later broadcast on Birsel's television program, "Press Room." (Continued)

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” On Stage

Fourth-year students from the Department of Performing Arts will be performing "A Midsummer Night's Dream" as their graduation project. The play, which is one of William Shakespeare's liveliest comedies, takes place in two realms: the "real world" of the mortals and the magical realm of the fairies. The current production, which is being performed in Turkish, is directed by Tsotne Nakasidze. (Continued)


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