Events for Jan 15 2020

CogDev
Wednesday, January 1, 2020 (All day)

Psy-334 is a new and exciting lecture course on Cognitive Development. It covers lots of intriguing questions about how babies and children learn as much as they do, as quickly as they do. This course is perfect for undergrads with a psych course or two under their belt who enjoy thinking and... read more about New Course: Psy-334 »


Sneha Mantri sits in the middle of the table with 5 participants surrounding her as she talks about Narrative Medicine. The whiteboard behind her says, "Welcome to a Narrative Medicine Workshop with neurolgist, Dr. Sneha Mantri."
Wednesday, January 15, 2020 - 11:30am

What makes a good physician? A person who properly diagnoses and then cures their patients? What if we told you that there's a third vital characteristic of good physicians -- physicians who listen to -- and attempt to understand their patients' stories. Similar observations have been made about... read more about Narrative Medicine Workshop with Dr. Sneha Mantri »


Wednesday, January 15, 2020 - 12:00pm
LSRC B240

Differences between vowel sounds are often described in terms of the frequencies of the first two formants, which roughly correspond to tongue height and the combined effects of tongue backness and lip rounding. I report acoustic and articulatory studies of two endangered languages with... read more about Articulation and acoustics of some typologically unusual vowels »


Wednesday, January 15, 2020 - 3:00pm
Student Wellness Center

Join Healthy Duke and DuWell as we help provide information and tools in preparation for a smoke free campus in July 2020. Come make FREE Quit Kits for you, a friend, or a loved one! A quit kit is a helpful stash of emergency essentials that quitters can turn to when they have the urge to smoke.... read more about New Year, New You! Make a Tobacco Quit Kit »


Wednesday, January 15, 2020 - 4:00pm
Bryan Research 103

Victor Corces, Emory University, Department of Human Genetics read more about Transgenerational epigenetic inheritance of obesity »