Colloquium Series


Overview

Each year, the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience hosts a lecture series, traditionally named the Colloquium Series, whereby experts in the psychology and/or neuroscience field are welcome to inform inquisitive Dalhousie and broader community members about their research. 

The series is organized by the Colloquium Committee consisting of departmental faculty and staff, and student societies: Dalhousie Student Union (DSU), Undergraduate Neuroscience Society (UNS), and Dalhousie Association of Psychology Students (DAPS). 
 
Below you will find confirmed dates for the upcoming year, 2019-2020: 

 Date       

Speaker

 Title 

All talks are held on Fridays in the Life Sciences Centre (LSC), Room 5260 at 3:30 pm, unless otherwise noted.
Fall 2019

September 20

JACOB HAMILTON MEMORIAL LECTURE

Dr. Rosemary Bagot, McGill University Neural Circuits of Resilience and Susceptibility
October 8

Dr. John Kennedy, University of Toronto

NOTE: This lecture will take place on Tuesday at 11:30 am in room 5260.

Outline, Perspective and Metaphor in Drawings by Blind Adults and
Children

October 11

TERRY ANDERS MEMORIAL LECTURE

Dr. Christopher Beaver, Syneos Health

 

The Importance of being Earnest or How did you get there from here?

October 25

UNDERGRADUATE AWARDS DAY

 

Dr. Benjamin Rusak, Dalhousie Universtiy
TBA
Winter 2020

February 14

SSHRC-SPONSORED LECTURE

Dr. Veronica Whitford, University of New Brunswick
TBA

March 6

GRAHAM GODDARD LECTURE

Dr. Marcel Just, Carnegie Mellon University

 

TBA

March 13

DALHOUSIE ASSOCIATION OF PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS (DAPS) LECTURE

Dr. Susana Chung, University of California, Berkley TBA

March 24

DONALD O. HEBB MEMORIAL LECTURE

Dr. Gerry Rubin, Janelia Research Campus

NOTE: This lecture will take place on Tuesday at 11:30 am in room 5260.

TBA