Events

Past Event

Presidential Scholars Research Symposium

April 12, 2018
4:15 PM - 6:15 PM
Jerome L. Greene Science Center, Columbia University, 3227 Broadway, New York

What does interdisciplinary research look like in practice?  Please join the 2016 Presidential Scholars in Society and Neuroscience and their faculty mentors to learn more about their ongoing research projects and their journeys to connect this research across different laboratories, departments and schools at Columbia University.

Speakers:

  • Matteo Farinella, 2016 Presidential Scholar
  • Are Science Comics Worth a Thousand Words?
  • Respondents: Marguerite Holloway (School of Journalism), Barbara Tversky (Teachers College, Department of Human Development)
  • Lan A. Li, 2016 Presidential Scholar
  • Dirty Lines: A Comparative History of Physiology
  • Respondent: Kathryn Tabb (Department of Philosophy)
  • Nori Jacoby, 2016 Presidential Scholar
  • Around the World in 30 Beats: A Global Survey of Rhythm Representations
  • Respondents: Ana Maria Ochoa (Department of Music), Sarah Woolley (Department of Psychology, Zuckerman Institute)

Moderator:
Pamela Smith, Seth Low Professor of History, Director of the Center for Science and Society, and Chair of Presidential Scholars in Society and Neuroscience

Please note, this event is open to Columbia University affiliates with a valid University ID and their guests only. Please contact presidentialscholars@columbia.edu with any questions. RSVP is required via Eventbrite.