Lauren Kirby made this beautiful “family tree” tracing our very own Dr. Robinson all the way back to the famous Wilhelm Wundt!
This is a link to Dr. Zen’s “Better Posters” blog post. It’s worth taking a look at as it’s full of helpful information. Click here to take a peek.
If anyone is interested in CPR training (a requirement to complete Level 3 MRI Safety Training), please online cigarette store contact Mrs. Julie Rodiek at the AU MRI Research Center. She is trying to get a head count for a potential class on September 3rd at EAMC in Opelika.
I love me a good wordle…and this one is pretty neat! Top 200 terms in cognitive neuroscience
The September Level 1 MRI Safety Training seminar dates have been announced. Please email Dr. Beyers (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested in attending. The dates are Tuesday, September 2nd, and Monday, September 15th. You only have to attend one session. The sessions are held from 3:30-4:30pm at the AU MRI Research Center, located at 560 Devall Drive in the second floor conference room (Suite 202).
I was just informed that Katie received an ‘Opportunities in Undergraduate Research in the College of Liberal Arts (OURCLA)’ Scholarship for the 2014-2015 school year. Katie will continue to investigate the functional and structural connectivity of the hypothalamus, a region of the brain that is notoriously difficult to image, but super important in maintaining the body’s homeostasis. This scholarship comes with a stipend and some support to offset the costs of her research project. Katie will be entering her senior year this Fall, and hopes to…
On Thursday, March 6th, 2014, Ashley and I traveled to the annual SEPA conference in Nashville, TN. Ashley won first place in the CEPO Student Research Award competition for research on women and minorities. This competition was open to undergraduate and graduate students alike. The award came with a cash prize and recognition at the Friday night reception. The other two winners were both graduate students presenting their Masters and Dissertation data. Congratulations, once again, Ashley and the other CEPO student award winners!