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Wednesday, March 3, 2021
“Should I take a year off?”: Post-graduation advice with GMSP
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Physics Colloquium: Exploring the string landscape with machine learning
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Monday, March 8, 2021
Biology Colloquia Series: Alissa Link
Behavioral NeuroscienceBiochemistryBiologyBiotechnologyChemistry and Chemical Biology
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Tuesday, March 9, 2021
College of Science Connects: Research at the Frontier of Marine & Estuarine Systems
Marine and Environmental Sciences
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Wednesday, March 10, 2021
GMSP Application timeline: How long it takes and when you should start
Psychology
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Thursday, March 11, 2021
Neuromechanical Principles of Locomotor Learning: From Adaption to Rehabilitation
Behavioral NeuroscienceBiologyCollege of SciencePsychology
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Monday, March 15, 2021
Biology Colloquia Series: Prof. Ruth Lehmann
Behavioral NeuroscienceBiochemistryBiologyBiotechnologyChemistry and Chemical Biology
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Tuesday, March 16, 2021
The Journey towards a Master’s Degree
College of Science
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Wednesday, March 17, 2021
Biotechnology in the Time of COVID-19
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Monday, March 22, 2021
Biology Colloquia Series: Prof. Tatiana Sandoval-Guzman
Behavioral NeuroscienceBiochemistryBiologyBiotechnologyChemistry and Chemical Biology
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GMSP Application materials discussion and workshop
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Biology Colloquia Series: Prof. Michael Zuscik
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“Should I take a year off?”: Post-graduation advice with GMSP
Psychology
“Should I take a year off?”: Post-graduation advice with GMSP
The Psychology Graduate School Mentoring Program presents “Should I take a year off?”: Post-graduation advice, in which we’ll discuss topics and answer questions relevant to taking time off from school between undergraduate and graduate schoo...
Physics Colloquium: Exploring the string landscape with machine learning
Physics
Physics Colloquium: Exploring the string landscape with machine learning
Speaker: Dr. Nana Geraldine Cabo Bizet of the University of Guanajuato Abstract: String theory is a successful candidate for quantum gravity unified with the other fundamental forces of nature: electro-weak and strong interactions. The richness of stri...
Biology Colloquia Series: Alissa Link
Behavioral NeuroscienceBiochemistryBiologyBiotechnologyChemistry and Chemical Biology
Biology Colloquia Series: Alissa Link
Alissa Link, Northeastern University Library presents: Publication and metrics: Understanding how research can make an impact
Physics Colloquium: Quantum Information and Quantum Gravity
Physics
Physics Colloquium: Quantum Information and Quantum Gravity
Speaker: Dr. Ning Bao of Brookhaven National Laboratory Abstract: Quantum Mechanics and General Relativity are two of the central successes of 20th century physics. In this talk, I will explore ways in which the two areas can inform each other, via the...
College of Science Connects: Research at the Frontier of Marine & Estuarine Systems
Marine and Environmental Sciences
College of Science Connects: Research at the Frontier of Marine & Estuarine Systems
Join Hazel Sive, Dean of the College of Science, as she talks to Randall Hughes, Associate Dean for Equity and Associate Professor of Marine & Environmental Sciences as part of the Women Who Empower International Women's Day Celebration. Professor ...
GMSP Application timeline: How long it takes and when you should start
Psychology
GMSP Application timeline: How long it takes and when you should start
The Psychology Graduate School Mentoring Program presents Application timeline: How long it takes and when you should start, in which we’ll discuss topics and answer questions relevant to applying to psychology graduate school.
Physics Colloquium: Effective Methods for Thinking about Learning
Physics
Physics Colloquium: Effective Methods for Thinking about Learning
Speaker: Dr. James Sully of the University of British Columbia Abstract: We find ourselves in the middle of a revolution in machine learning, driven by the astonishing success of deep neural networks and abundant computing power. But as we make these g...
Neuromechanical Principles of Locomotor Learning: From Adaption to Rehabilitation
Behavioral NeuroscienceBiologyCollege of SciencePsychology
Neuromechanical Principles of Locomotor Learning: From Adaption to Rehabilitation
James Finley, PhD, an associate professor of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy from the University of Southern California, speaks in the third installment of the Boston Action Club‘s speaker series. Zoom Information – TBD
Biology Colloquia Series: Prof. Ruth Lehmann
Behavioral NeuroscienceBiochemistryBiologyBiotechnologyChemistry and Chemical Biology
Biology Colloquia Series: Prof. Ruth Lehmann
Prof. Ruth Lehmann, MIT https://wi.mit.edu/people/member/lehmann-director presents: Germ cells are forever
The Journey towards a Master’s Degree
College of Science
The Journey towards a Master’s Degree
Are you an undergraduate student considering pursuing a master’s degree program? Attend a panel discussion and hear from faculty and alumni about their journey towards a graduate degree. Undergraduate Advising and Graduate Admissions and Student Serv...