Mind Over Matter

For Brain Awareness Week, Cecilia Fox, assistant professor of biology, and the Department of Psychology have organized lectures and films about what Hercule Poirot used to call “the little grey cells.”

Except as noted, all are at 4:00 p.m. in Dana Hall, Collier Hall of Science.

• Awakenings. Film with discussion led by Cecilia. Today.

• David Johnson, scientific advisor for Harlan (biological models maker), and Jason Drott, chief scientific officer for Neurodetectives. “The Public Is Watching: Translating Basic Neuroscience Research into Therapeutic Advances.” Wednesday, March 16.

• A Beautiful Mind. Film with discussion led by Lori Toedter. 6:00 p.m., Dana.

• Debra Suler, clinical psychologist and eye-movement researcher. “The Mind/Body and Power Therapies: Can They Really Transform Psychotherapy?” 4:00 p.m., PPHAC 102.

Information: Ext. 1426.

March 15, 2005

Boyz 2 Men:
Paul Acampora’s novel for young readers, Defining Dulcie, is published.

Field of Dreams:
College puts $2.5 million into athletic complex improvements, renames football field for Rocco Calvo.

Bean Counters:
Winners of the coffee-bean count for Reevcs Library coffeehouse.

Human Rights Watch:
Campus events for Human Rights Week.

Music of Mercy:
Concert for by Debra Torok for Human Rights Week.
Mind Over Matter:
Campus events for Brain Awareness week.
Campus calendar.
Faculty, staff, student achievements.