Beckman Institute Calendar (Master)
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The first spring Graduate Student Seminar hosted by the Beckman Institute will be at noon Feb. 5, in Room 1005. Two graduate students will discuss their research: Jennie Gardner, psychology, and Denise Medina Almora, bioengineering. Lunch will be provided.
Deana McDonagh, a professor of industrial design in the School of Art and Design, will discuss “Design Thinking Enhancing Scientific Inquiry” at the first spring Director’s Seminar. Her talk begins at noon Feb. 6, in Room 1005 Beckman. Lunch is provided.
Join us for a free hour of yoga Wednesdays at the Beckman Institute in the fifth-floor tower room, 5269. (No class March 18 because of spring break.) Everyone is welcome. Bring your own mat.
The first spring Frontiers in Miniature Brain Machinery lecture features Lisa Stubbs, a professor of cell and developmental biology, who will speak on “Using Gene Networks to Develop Mechanistic Inferences About Complex Behaviors.”
Registration is now open for Inclusive Lab Leaders session 1: Leading an inclusive, productive lab. ILL workshops by the 21st Century Scientists Initiative aim to help faculty and PIs — new and veteran — become more effective at managing their research groups.
Patty Jones, Beckman’s associate director for research, will speak about “Teamwork, Communication, and Research Integrity.”
Luke Hunter, TESCAN, "Opportunities for Time-resolved Dynamic CT Imaging in the Laboratory"