Past Events

How the brain creates the mind

COS colloquium
November 17, 3 PM
BarrettWebInvitation.pdf
Raytheon Amphitheater

Diagnosing Neurological Disorders with in vivo Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy

November 10, 3 PM
DA 442

Why Nanoscience is Sweet: From Swords to Solar Energy

Tuesday, November 1 from 3:30-4:30 PM
Frost Lounge, Ell Hall
A presentation by Dean J. Murray Gibson
Gibson PRISM Presentation-3.pdf
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Boston Action Club seminar series at NU

The Boston Action Club presents a forum of interactive meetings on movement neuroscience for researchers in the Boston area. Read more…

PRISM Program – Explore Your Career in Science

PRISM handout
An interdisciplinary program to promote interest in math, physics and biology.

Northeast Undergraduate Research and Development Symposium

NURDS Handout
March 10 & 11, 2012

Futures in the Sciences Event

Thursday, January 31, 2013, 6:00pm-8:00pm
Raytheon Amphitheater
Please join NEURONS, NUAMSA, ACS, and Biochem Club for an interactive panel experience featuring renowned representatives of various professions in the sciences. Meet  a physician specializing in addiction medicine and leading researchers in radiochemistry, bioanalytical chemistry, and neurogenerative disease. Get to know recent graduates who are just beginning their journeys toward solid careers, such as medical students, graduate students, and research assistants/coordinators.
The event will feature a short panel discussion followed by an interactive session where you will have the opportunity to have small group discussions with guest speakers of your choice. Ask well-established professionals and individuals at the starts of their careers about the ins and outs of finding your way in the vast opportunities that a degree in science can afford you.
Food will be served!This event has been sponsored by your activities fee and a kind donation from the College of Science.

BRAIN AWARENESS WEEK EVENTS – MARCH 17th – 21st, 2014

MONDAY - MARCH 17th  Keynote Talk by Margaret Livingstone, Ph.D. will kick off Brain Awareness Week

What Art Can Tell Us About the Brain”

Dr. Margaret Livingstone, Professor of Neurobiology at Harvard Medical School

will give the keynote talk that will kickoff  Brain Awareness Week events hosted

by the NEURONs Club on Monday, March 17, 2014  at 6:30-7:30pm  in 200 Richards Hall.

Light refreshments will be provided.

   

 TUESDAY- MARCH 18th “Relax; Breathe. A Meditation”

200 Ell Hall, Sacred Space and Reflection Room, 7:30-9 pm

Learn about the science of meditation, followed by a guided meditation

Light refreshments will be provided.

TUESDAY- MARCH 18th “Brunch for the Sciences”

9:15-11am, Grab-N-Go breakfast in Krenztman Quad

Donuts, bagels, and coffee and some scientific conversation

- joint event with other COS clubs

THURSDAY, MARCH 20th

World of Neuroscience- Cupcake Decorating and Data Blitz”

4th floor of Curry, International Student Office, Kitchen, 7 p.m.

Cupcake decorating followed by one minute presentations on current neuroscience topics around the world

FRIDAY – MARCH 21st “Psyc’ed For Life!- Relay for Life”

6 pm Mathews Arena

Join our and PsyClub’s team “Psyc’ed for Life!” at http://www.relayforlife.org and enter Northeastern University for more event details.

MONDAY – FRIDAY

Ground Floor of Curry, 10:30-2 pm

Brain Bank Tabling- Sign up to be a brain donor and confuse your senses with our taste testing demos!

Keynote Talk by Margaret Livingstone, Ph.D. to kick off Brain Awareness Week on March 17, 2014.

Dr. Margaret Livingstone, Professor of Neurobiology at Harvard Medical School

will give the keynote talk that will kickoff  Brain Awareness Week events hosted

by the NEURONs Club on Monday, March 17, 2014  at 6:30-7:30pm  in 200 Richards Hall.

Her talk title: “What Art Can Tell Us About the Brain”

Light refreshments will be provided.

 

2014 Graduation Ceremony and Reception

Graduates and their family and friends are encouraged to join us on Thursday, May 1, 2014 in 200 Richards Hall starting at 1pm.  We will provide light refreshments.  Please contact Morline in 203 Mugar or m.gordongrier@neu.edu if you have questions.

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