Fellowships: What do I need to know? Date & Time: August 10, 2021 – 12:00pm to 1:00pm Contact Info: CURF Description:Fellowships are funding opportunities for promising Penn students and alumni to engage in study, research, service, or education, either domestically or abroad.  Learn more about how you can position yourself to be a good candidate, what opportunities exist, […]

SCEW Seminar: Mason Youngblood

September 10, 2021
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Mason Youngblood Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History   From psychology to phylogeny: bridging levels of analysis in cultural evolution   Cultural evolution, or change in the socially learned behavior of a population over time, is a fascinating phenomenon that is widespread in humans and present in some non-human animals. In my […]

E.A.R.S. is a monthly auditory seminar series with the focus on central auditory processing and circuits. Please pre-register (for free) and tune in via Crowdcast (enter your email to receive the link for the talk):   (Note: for optimal performance, we recommend using Google Chrome as your browser).   Speakers: Dr. David Schneider (New York University): […]

GRASP Research Overview – Day 1

September 17, 2021
10:30 AM - 11:45 AM

GRASP Lab Faculty presentations:   Mark Yim – Welcome & Introduction Pratik Chaudhari Kostas Daniilidis (presented by Bernadette Bucher) Eric Eaton Dinesh Jayaraman Marc Miskin Michael Posa (presented by Matt Halm)   *This will be a HYBRID event with in-person attendance in Wu & Chen Auditorium, and virtual attendance via Zoom here…

ILST Seminar: Sunghye Cho

September 17, 2021
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM

Sunghye Cho Linguisitc Data Consortium (LDC) UPenn   Automated acoustic and lexical analyses of natural speech in patients with Alzheimer’s disease   Speech production is a complex behavior, involving activation of multiple regions of the brain; thus, examining speech production provides opportunities to identify disease markers. Since Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) accounts for up to 80% […]