COGS Graduate Student Symposium, 2014
You are invited to the first annual COGS Graduate Student Symposium. This year's theme is "The effects of stress on personal and economic health". Nine graduate students from across the university (including a CCS training grant recipient) will be sharing their work as it pertains to this topic and Dr. Karen Parker, Stanford University, will be giving the keynote address from her work on animal models of early social relationships. The day will begin with coffee and pastries and lunch will be served to those who register for the event.
Please join us to learn about the work that is being performed right here on campus. Some talks will address how stress may be affecting you and what you can do to alter those effects. Stick around for lunch and you may get a chance to meet members of PAWS (pet away worry & stress)!
This event is a great opportunity to learn more about the effects of stress as well as connect with others on campus who are also interested in this topic. The event is co-sponsored by Center for Cognitive Sciences and Boynton Health Services and is open to everyone. All are encouraged to attend!
LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED FOR THOSE WHO REGISTER BY MARCH 26TH, 2014