During the Thanksgiving Break…

Give some consideration to attending a JanTerm course!   Earn 1, 2 or 4 credits this JanTerm Classical Civilization and Trials in Ancient Society – CLAS 260 Creative Writing Workshop: Poetry – ENGL 213 Transatlantic Connections & Peace Studies: Ireland’s History of Conflict & Conflict Resolution – HIST 301 Choral Music Intensive – MUS 360 The […]

History and Culture Colloquium: Niamh Hamill on Irish History

Our last HC Colloquium this semester is next Tuesday, December 2nd, starting at 2pm in the Founders Room, Mead Hall. Niamh Hamill will be presenting a paper: Alternative Ulster: Protestant Donegal from Plantation to Emancipation.   For a copy of the paper please email Edward Baring (ebaring@drew.edu)

Drew MA/Ph.D. History & Culture Visit Day, Dec. 2 (Register Today)

MA/Ph.D. History & Culture Visit Day Tuesday, December 2 11:45 am to 7:00 pm Mead Hall Graduate Admissions and the History and Culture program will be hosting a History and Culture Visit Day for those interested in the History and Culture program. The day will include a presentation from Admissions on the application process, a student […]

Today, 12PM ~ RISE Talks Series: “The smell of fear: Investigating the role of the amygdala in emotional processing” delivered by Graham Cousens, Ph.D., Asst. Professor of Psychology

Friday, December 5th, 12-1:00PM, HS-326 The amygdala consists of a heterogeneous collection of nuclei situated within the temporal lobe of the mammalian brain. This region is involved in normal motivational, emotional, and social processes, and amygdala neuropathology is associated with a range of behavioral and affective disorders. Research in our laboratory is aimed at understanding […]

Tomorrow ~ RISE Talks Series: “The smell of fear: Investigating the role of the amygdala in emotional processing” delivered by Graham Cousens, Ph.D., Asst. Professor of Psychology

Friday, December 5th, 12-1:00PM, HS-326 The amygdala consists of a heterogeneous collection of nuclei situated within the temporal lobe of the mammalian brain. This region is involved in normal motivational, emotional, and social processes, and amygdala neuropathology is associated with a range of behavioral and affective disorders. Research in our laboratory is aimed at understanding […]

RISE Talks Series: “The smell of fear: Investigating the role of the amygdala in emotional processing” delivered by Graham Cousens, Ph.D., Asst. Professor of Psychology

Friday, December 5th, 12-1:00PM, HS-326 The amygdala consists of a heterogeneous collection of nuclei situated within the temporal lobe of the mammalian brain. This region is involved in normal motivational, emotional, and social processes, and amygdala neuropathology is associated with a range of behavioral and affective disorders. Research in our laboratory is aimed at understanding […]

Ireland trip info: J-term trip for credit

Come by the Caspersen Graduate building ( the big gray building next to the EC) on Tuesday, noon to hear about the Drew Trip to Ireland in January. Credits are available for College & grad students & all Drewids & friends are welcome. Niamh will tell you all about it, and if you can’t make […]

Sox in the City

Drew’s Volunteer Resource Center (VRC) is collecting donations for the homeless citizens in New York City. We are collecting all winter clothes (jackets, hats, scarves, gloves, shirts and pants) as well as items such as shampoo, soap, deodorant, toothpaste/toothbrush, and hand sanitizer. Donation boxes will be located in the EC (student activities) on Monday, Nov. […]

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