2nd Annual Robert B. Glassman Memorial Brain, Mind, and Behavior Symposium

5:30pm - 8:30pm CST November 13

The Brain Awareness Week Faculty/Student Symposium was renamed the Robert B. Glassman Memorial Brain, Mind, and Behavior Symposium in 2013 in honor of the late Professor of Psychology Robert Glassman, who played a leading role in developing Lake Forest’s popular neuroscience major.

5:30-6:45 pm : Undergraduate Research Poster Session in the Center for Chicago Programs and the first floor of Johnson Science Center. Enjoy the Chicago Society for Neuroscience reception. Read the project abstracts here.

6:45-8:30 pm : Faculty and Alumni Presentations in McCormick Auditorium.

Featuring:

image Memoir: Professor Lois Barr (Modern Languages) 

 

“Dementia to the rescue”

image Law:  Professor Jed Stone (Politics and Legal studies)

 

“Sleight of mind, magic, law, and brain”

image Biology: Professor Jason Pitt (Biology)

 

“Superglue-How glial cells promote brain function”

image Religion: Professor Ben Zeller (Religion)

 

“From LSD to the God helmet: Religion and the Brain”

image Psychology: Dr. Jill Glassman (Prevention Science, ETR)

 

“Lying about sex in early adolescence:  Cause and consequence”


contact infoGeneral Questions? Please call 847-234-3100 for questions about public events at the College.

accessibility imageOn-Campus Disability Accommodations: Contact Teryn Robinson at 847-735-5167 or robinson@lakeforest.edu at least 72 hours in advance.


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