Life Science Lunchbags:
Information Session: Studying Life Sciences Abroad Are you majoring in Biology, Biochemistry, Environmental Science & Policy, Marine Sciences, or Neuroscience and are interested in studying abroad? This session will cover which programs offer the best international setting for your academic development. Come learn where to apply and how to best use the opportunities available to you!
Mon 10/3 12:10 – 1:0o pm McConnell 103. Lunch Provided. Please bring your own beverage.
Presentation of the Environmental Concentrations in Climate Change and Sustainable Food
The environmental concentrations let students engage in an interdisciplinary exploration of the many issues involved in the topics of sustainable food and climate change. Come explore your interests! Lunch provided.
Mon 10/3 12:00pm – 12:50 Wright Hall 005.
Life Sciences Colloquium: Neuroimmune Interactions and its Implications for Autism and other Neurodevelopment Disorders
Jared Schwartzer Dept of Psychology and Education Mt Holyoke College
Mon 10/3, 4:30pm, McConnell 103. Refreshments served at 4:00pm in McConnell Foyer
Sigma Xi Lecture Series:
Androgens and the Evolutio Communication Signal in Bornean Frogn of a News
Lisa Mangiamele, Biological Sciences, Smith College
Tue 10/4, 12:00pm, McConnell 103. Lunch Provided.
Study Abroad Advisors
Maria Bickar, Cristina Suarez, Allison Hardy, Htoo Tint –University College London
Wed 10/5, 12:10 pm, Ford 240. Lunch Provided. Please bring your own beverage.
Visualizing topological spaces in four dimensions
Alyson Hildum, Wesleyan University
Thu 10/6, 12:00pm Math Forum, Burton 304. Lunch Provided. Please bring your own beverage.
Health and STEM Professions Lunchbags
No lunchbag, Friday before Fall Break.