Name: Novall Khan Occupation: iOS Developer and Memory Researcher (Website: scholar.harvard.edu/novallkhan) Education (UR and additional): Bachelor of Science, Brain & Cognitive Sciences (’09), Master of Mind, Brain, & Education (’12), Harvard University Current city/state/country of residence: Boston / MA / USA Current Community activities: Developing iPhone apps to raise money for underserved communities What activities […]
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Name: Miranda Johnson Occupation: Laboratory Technician Education (UR and additional): B.A. English/Brain & Cognitive Sciences, University of Rochester (Class of 2013) Current city/state/country of residence: Rochester, NY Current Community activities: N/A Why did you choose to attend the University of Rochester? When I toured campus all of the students and faculty with whom I interacted […]
Name: Serene Habayeb Occupation:Doctoral Student Education (UR and additional): BS in BCS and Minor in Psychology (Undergrad at University of Rochester) Currently Doctoral Student in Clinical Psychology, Concentration in Children, Family and Cultures (Grad at Catholic University of America) Current city/state/country of residence: Washington, DC When and how did you choose your major(s)? I started […]
Created by the BCS & Neuroscience Undergraduate Council, the service pairs upperclassmen with younger students to help bridge the gap between the two groups and create a sense of community in the degree. The program’s first meeting, held on Sept. 22, matched more than 70 students with mentors.
BCS major and current senior Aaron Levi contributes to vision research at the Flaum Eye Institute
Name: Matt Hall Age: 31 Education (UR and additional): B.A. in Brain and Cognitive Sciences & American Sign Language, University of Rochester, 2003; M.A. at UC San Diego, 2008; PhD expected 2012 Current city/state of residence: San Diego CA Job Title: Doctoral student Employer: UC San Diego Community activities: although grad school keeps me pretty […]
Nine University of Rochester students and six alumni have been named recipients of the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships
Students enrolled in the History of Metal class explore one of the most enduring forms of rock music
A study conducted at the University of Rochester’s Baby Lab shows that toddlers learn from their parents’ stumbles and hesitations.