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17th Symposium of the Center for Neuroendocrine Studies

Saturday, September 28, 2019 8:30am

Location: 

Old Chapel

The 17th Symposium of the Center for Neuroendocrine Studies will be held in UMass Amherst’s beautiful Old Chapel on Saturday September 28, 2019 – the perfect time to come and experience the beauty of Amherst.

  • Phenomenal lineup of speakers
  • Flash talks from outstanding trainees
  • Poster session with networking opportunities
  • RoudTable trainee event

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Social Brown Bag | Jennifer Lerner PhD

Wednesday, September 25, 2019 12:00pm

Location: 

Tobin 423

Jennifer Lerner PhD, Thornton F. Bradshaw Professor of Public Policy, Decision Science, and Management at the Harvard Kennedy School, will present a talk entitled The Sadness Trap: How Experiences of Loss Precipitate Future Loss.

All are welcome!

BRIDGE Scholar | Dr. Richard Prather | University of Maryland

Monday, September 23, 2019 10:30am

Location: 

Tobin 423

This semester, PBS will be host to the expanded BRiDGE program. BRiDGE is a student-led initiative to highlight early career researchers from underrepresented groups with exceptional broader impacts (web: https://blogs.umass.edu/bridge/; twitter: @umassbridge). Scholars are invited to come to campus and give three talks as a part of the BRiDGE program:

Welcome to the Grad Student Life! | First Year Experience

Monday, September 16, 2019 11:00am

Location: 

Bartlett 15B

a cup of coffee

The First Year Experience is a continued orientation seminar series for incoming graduate students organized by PBS graduate peer mentors Sarah McCormick (Developmental Science), Joel Ginn (Social Psychology), Merika Wilson (Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience), and Molly Mather (Clinical Psychology). The student-led seminars will cover topics related to the transition to graduate school including how to navigate teaching and research fellowships, manage time effectively, and develop lasting self-care practices. Each seminar will also connect students to campus resources that will make their transition to graduate school more successful. We welcome first year graduate students to attend and gain valuable information while building a community with other students across PBS program areas. 

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