From WesWIS and the bio department:
Interested in learning about how an incredible Columbia neuroscientist navigated her career? Come to a Q&A with Dr. Carol Mason, Professor of Pathology and Cell Biology, Neuroscience, and Ophthalmic Science at Columbia University. She will be speaking about her experiences in the field and answering questions in an informal setting.
Dr. Mason is a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and Institute of Medicine, and served as President of the Society for Neuroscience (2013-2014).
Cookies will be provided! Event sponsored by WesWIS and the Biology Department.
Date: Thursday, April 7
Time: 4-5 PM
Place: Woodhead Lounge (Exley)
From CFA Staffer Andrew Chatfield:
This concert by graduate music student Jason Brogan links together thought, noise, and improvisation in an attempt to investigate the self as being just a process: a “no one” that could be constructed or manipulated. Through the defamiliarization of neurobiological, psychological, and artistic-performative parameters (as “opera”) via amplification and digital processing, and the objectification of this experience via live documentation and recording/playback on tape, subjectivity is disassociated from selfhood and reconsidered as experimental music.
Date: Tuesday, November 18th
Place: World Music Hall (CFA)
You folks should check this really interesting lecture goin’ on tomorrow. It lies somewhere in the intersection of neuroscience, philosophy, gender studies, psychology (which I suppose is neuroscience lite #heyooooooooo #hatersgonnahate), and other stuff I’m probably not thinking of right now.
Anyway, it’s the 25th Annual Diane Weiss ’80 Memorial lecture, and it features Prof. Rebecca Jordan-Young of Barnard College (pictured right). Brief bio from the Barnard website:
Professor Jordan-Young is a sociomedical scientist whose research includes social epidemiology studies of HIV/AIDS, and evaluation of biological work on sex, gender and sexuality. She teaches courses in science and technology studies, sexuality, gender theory, and HIV/AIDS.
Date: Thursday, Wed. 5th
Place: PAC 001
Le blurb de le Coach de Cameroon ’13:
Synthesis is Wesleyan’s Undergraduate Journal of Science & Art. The focus of this semester’s issue is neuroscience and the ways multiple disciplines interact within the field. We are looking for any art, literature, or research related to neuroscience. Send your submissions to ccouch(at)wesleyan(dot)edu before this Wednesday, April 4th!
Stephan Stansfield ’13 and his reptile friend desperately want you to submit to Synthesis, Wesleyan’s Undergraduate Journal of Science & Art, by this Friday. Look at that face. Can you say no to that face? More from Stansfield:
Synthesis is Wesleyan’s Undergraduate Journal of Science & Art. The focus of this semester’s issue is neuroscience and the ways multiple disciplines interact within the field. We are looking for any art, literature, or research related to neuroscience. Send your submissions to ccouch(at)wesleyan(dot)edu before this Friday, March 9th!
Due date: Friday, March 9