Extra Credit Opportunity

If you attend either of the following events and write up at least 250 words about who spoke, what you learned, and what connections you made between the event and your own knowledge, you can earn some extra credit. For your event summary, copy-and-paste it into an email to Prof. Ellis.

Please join us on Thursday, April 27th at 1pm in N227 (Faculty Commons) for the City Tech Community Roundtable - a new seminar series made of short talks that aims to bring together faculty and students to share our scholarly and creative work and learn about what our colleagues across disciplines are doing, and restore and nurture our college's vibrant intellectual community.

Our second event features three awesome speakers:

Dr Javiela Evangelista, who will tell us about "Race and Technology Academic Program",

and a student-faculty team composed by

Jake Postiglione and Dr Giovanni Ossola, speaking about "Smart Physics: A Lab in your Pocket."

As you can see, the topics promise to be of wide interest for faculty and students, and we hope to see many there. Also, you are welcome to bring your lunch, but as usual we will have coffee and the good cookies!

Looking forward to seeing you on Thursday.

The Research Council WG4
An educational Event
Date: April 27 (Thursday)
Time: 11.30 am to 2.30 pm
Venue : Academic Building Lobby
Students from Human Anatomy and Physiology
classes will be teachers for a day.
Students from the Human Anatomy & Physiology classes will be running interactive displays and demonstrations all about the brain and its effect on our behavior. Topics include nature and nurture. Discover if you are a "right" or "left" brain person. Learn how smell, taste, music, and sound affect your behavior and reflexes. Come and learn about PTSD, bipolar and multiple personality disorders, Alzheimer's disease and risk factors. Familiarize yourself with the different types of strokes and phantom limb syndrome. Learn how foods, drinks, and hardcore drugs affect your brain and behavior. Find out about the social, mathematical, and emotional brain and learning, memory integration, and retention. Discover your reptilian, limbic, and intellectual brain. Highlights include learning-memory and behavioral patterns, brain activity, and optical illusion.

Dean Justin Vazquez-Poritz presiding

Organizer: Prof. Niloufar Haque, Department of Biological Sciences

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