The NSB Graduate Program will hold a colloquium titled Signaling networks that control synapse development and cognitive function. Michael Greenberg PhD of the Department of Neurobiology, Harvard Medical School will give the talk.
The colloquium is hosted by Eric Bittman and takes place in the Integrated Learning Center, Room N151 from 4:00-5:00pm.
Refreshments will be served from 3:45-4:00pm and reception at the UClub will be held after the talk.
Here’s an opportunity to hear Dr. Erik Cheries, licensed social worker Jennifer Canella, and clinical graduate student Alice Coyne discuss strategies for applying to graduate school, differences among various programs, importance of research, and related issues of interest to those of you planning to apply to graduate school in psychology or social work in the near or remote future!
Dr. Shaun Wiley, an Associate Professor of Psychology at the College of New Jersey, will present a talk entitled, “Comrades in the Struggle: The Roles of Identity and Stigma in Intentions to Engage in Allied Activism".
Dr. Wiley conducts research on the role of people's group memberships in their responses to and participation in social change.
If you are a new undergraduate research assistant and will working in a human subjects lab, you are required to complete a one-time, in person ethics training session (in addition to online CITI training) prior to working in any human subjects lab.
Please make time to complete this mandatory training. No registration is required-- just show up. The sessions take no more than 90 minutes (usually closer to an hour).