DIBS News

DIBS Town Hall Meetings

August 9, 2017

 

Dear Members of the Duke Brain Sciences Community:

You may remember that earlier this summer, a new governance structure and strategic planning process for the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences was announced. 

We are now pleased to announce the next step in this process:

We will be holding a series of “Town Hall” meetings so that we can hear from the full Duke community about your hopes for the future of DIBS. 

We have scheduled meetings in various places around campus, at varying times and days, and with varying facilitators in hopes of maximizing our reach to DIBS’ many constituencies.  Please find a time in the list below to attend one of these Town Hall meetings!

You may register at the links below.  Registration is not required, but encouraged so that we have enough food for all attendees!

We look forward to meeting with you and hearing your perspectives!

 

Date

Time

Place with link to Map

Facilitators

Food

Monday, August 21

Register

4-5pm

The Ahmadieh Conference Room, West Duke Building, East Campus

Walter Sinnott-Armstrong and Nicole Schramm-Sapyta

snacks

Tuesday, August 29

Register

12:15-1:15pm

Sociology-Psychology Building, room 319

Geraldine Dawson and Scott Huettel

lunch

Tuesday, August 29

Register

2:45-3:45pm

301 Bryan Research Building

Geraldine Dawson and Stephen Lisberger

snacks

Thursday, August 31

Register

12-1pm

DIBS Multipurpose Room, B035, DIBS Underground

Kafui Dzirasa and Warren Grill

lunch

Friday, September 1

Register

12-1pm

CCN Conference Room, B240 LSRC

Tobias Egner

lunch

Tuesday, September 5

Register

4-5:30pm

301 Bryan Research Building

Fan Wang, Nicole Calakos, Len White

snacks

Psychiatry Grand Rounds

Thursday, September 7

Register

12-1pm

Duke North, Room 2002

Alison Adcock

lunch

Graduate Student and Post-Doc Encouraged:
Thursday, September 14

Register

3:30-5pm

DIBS Multipurpose Room, B035, DIBS Underground

Nicole Schramm-Sapyta and Katie Dickerson

snacks

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