Upcoming Events

  • Oct 20

    Accessible Bioanalysis for the Developing World and the Point of Care

    Room 152, Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons, 266 Fourth St NW, Atlanta, GA 30313

    On the occasion of its 2017 Industrial Partners Day and Exposition, the Center for the Science and Technology of Applied Materials and Interfaces (STAMI) is hosting a public lecture by George M. Whitesides, one of the most influential chemists living today.  

  • Oct 26-28

    Fall 2017 Research Bound in STEM

    Georgia Tech Campus

    The workshop aims to encourage students from groups underrepresented in STEM to pursue graduate studies. 

  • Oct 26

    Making the Invisible Visible: Violence, Compassion, and the Brain

    Room 152, Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons, 266 Fourth St NW, Atlanta, GA 30313

    This lecture is made possible by the College of Sciences' Living and Learning Communities SMaRT and SHaRP. Jeremy Richman, a neuroscientist with extensive research experience in neuroscience, neuropharmacology, drug discovery, cardiovascular biology, and other medical areas, seeks a better understanding of the biological and environmental factors  associated with violence and compassion. 

  • Nov 2

    I/O Brown Bag 11/2 - Muriel Clauson 11am JS Coon Room 250

    JS Coon Building, Room 250

    Muriel Clauson, University of Georgia graduate student, presents on "Technological Job Descriptions and the Building Blocks of Work" for the I/O Brown Bag series. 

    Abstract: With estimates that around half of current jobs will be disrupted by technology in the next 10-20 years, technological unemployment has gained international attention. We will look under the hood at how these predictions are made, why we can do better, and what this means for future technological disruption research. Drawing from genomic data methodologies, we will discuss how better foundational data can reframe the narratives and solutions in this space. Sequencing the human genome transformed the health industry…Can we do the same for the future of work by sequencing skills?


  • Nov 8

    School of Psychology Colloquium Nov. 8 - Rick Thomas

    Atlanta, GA

    Rick Thomas, Associate Professor of Psychology, will be presenting in the School of Psychology Colloquium Series on Wednesday, November 8th at 3pm in JS Coon Building Room 250.

  • Dec 6

    School of Psychology Colloquium Dec. 6 - David Blustein

    Atlanta, GA

    David Blustein is a Professor of Counseling, Developmental, and Education Psychology from Boston College. He will be giving a presentation on Wednesday, Dec. 6th in JS Coon Building Room 250 on "The Impact of Work in People's Lives: An Overview of the Boston College Working Project".