BSC scientists Margaret Mahan, Roger Dumas and Nicole Scott

How to become a really cool scientist

Brain Sciences Center researchers Margaret Mahan, Roger Dumas, and Nicole Scott recently talked to 9th-grade students in CEHD's TRIO Upward Bound science exploration and study skills class about "How to Become a Really Cool Scientist". They talked about their career paths and presented overviews of their investigations into the wonders of Computer Science, Neuroscience and Cognitive Science, respectively.

TRIO Upward Bound (TRIO UB) is an academic and college preparatory program funded by the US Department of Education. The purpose of TRIO UB is to develop the skills and motivation necessary for students to successfully complete high school and to enter and succeed in college.

 

James and Georgopoulos featured in UMN NEWS

 

Drs. Lisa James and Apostolos Georgopoulos were recently interviewed by the University of Minnesota News staff for an article entitled "The trail of trauma"

Read the entire article at: UMN News

 


 

 
Updated April 16, 2014
Updated April 16, 2014