Navigating Life Sciences PhD Program Applications and Career Development
R. Jason Heustis Lecturer & Graduate Curriculum, Professional Development and Evaluation Specialist, Dept of Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology & Program in Graduate Education Harvard Medical School and David Van Vactor Professor of Cell Biology Member, Program in Neuroscience Harvard Medical School
Mon 11/06 12:15 – 1:0o pm. McC103. Lunch Provided. Please bring your own beverage.
Regulation of Synapse Morphogenesis in the Developing Nervous System
David Van Vactor Professor of Cell Biology Member, Program in Neuroscience Harvard Medical School
Mon 11/06 4:30pm, McC 103. Refreshments served at 4:00pm in McC Foyer
Is Exercise a Countermeasure for Vascular Aging in Women?
Sarah Witkowski, Exercise & Sports Studies
Tue 11/07, 12:10pm, McC 103. Lunch served in the foyer starting at 11:45am
South Asia and STEM
A discussion with faculty and staff on being South Asian in STEM and STEM in South Asia
Nalini Easwar, Physics
Les Jaffee, College Physician
Mohini Kulp, Chemistry
Premila Nair, Nurse Practioner
Rajan Mehta, Math & Stats
Wed 11/8, 12:10 pm, Ford 240. Lunch Provided. Please bring your own beverage.
Rook theory for invertible matrices over a finite field
Alejandro Morales, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Thu 11/9, 12:00pm Math Forum, Burton 304. Lunch Provided. Please bring your own beverage.
From Earth to Mars and Beyond
Alyssa Pascuzzo ’15, Brown University
How to be Healthy at Smith in Challenging Times: An Introduction to the Schacht Center
Kris Evans, Associate Director, Smith Counseling Service
Fri 11/10 12:00pm, McC 103. Pizza for the first 25 attendees.
Tissue optics: methods of spectroscopy and Imaging applied to living biological systems
Dr. Karthik Visvanath, Department of Physics, Miami University, Ohio
Fri 11/10 4:30pm, McC 103. Tea and cookies at 4:15.