Events

Fall 2017

September 19th

Panel on Mental Illness and the Judicial System (co-hosted with Trinity Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies)
Common Hour 12:15
Dangremond Family Common

October 3rd

Neuroscience Masters Candidates' Thesis Proposals
Common Hour 12:15
CCAN 121

October 5th

"Multisensory Integration: How the world makes Sense"
Ferrinne Spector, Ph.D. '03
Department of Psychology
Edgewood College
Common Hour 12:15
Rittenberg Lounge

October 12th

Science for the Greater Good
Stuart Koman, PhD, '76
Common Hour 12:15
Washington Room

October 17th

Neuroscience Senior Thesis Proposals
Common Hour 12:15
Rittenberg Lounge

October 19th

Neuroscience Senior Thesis Proposals
Common Hour 12:15
Rittenberg Lounge

October 24th

"Diet and Neurological Disease: Insights from Drosophila models"
Geoffrey Tanner, PhD
Assistant Professor in Residence
Physiology and Neurobiology
University of Connecticut
Common Hour 12:15
Rittenberg Lounge

November 7th

"Unique molecular regulation of prefrontal cortex circuits subserving working memory"
Amy Arnsten, Ph.D.
Professor Neuroscience and Psychology
Yale School of Medicine
Department of Psychiatry
Common Hour 12:15
Rittenberg Lounge

November 9th

"Can You See Me, Can You Hear Me?"
Lydia Velez-Herrera
Founder and President of Lilly Sin Barreras (Lilly without Barriers)
Common Hour 12:15
Dangremond Family Commons
Hallden Hall North

Nu Rho Psi/Psi Chi Induction
Patrick Worhunsky, DPhil, '02
Department of Psychiatry
Yale School of Medicine

4:30pm
Hamlin Hall

November 9th

"Exploring brain networks to help understand addiction"
Patrick Worhunsky, DPhil, '02
Department of Psychiatry
Yale School of Medicine
Co-Hosted by the Connecticut Neuropsychological Society
7pm
Rittenberg Lounge

November 30th

"The Ragged Edge: A US Marine's Account of Leading the Iraqi Army Fifth Battalion"
Michael Zacchea, Lt. Col USMC-retired
Director, University of Connecticut Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities
Common Hour 12:15
Rittenberg Lounge

December 7th

"Remembering to Remember"
Sarah Raskin, Ph.D
Professor Neuroscience/Psychology
Trinity College
Hallden Hall

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25 Years of Neuroscience

From upstart major to launchpad for success