Mina Cikara shares research at 2010 Hoffman Scholars Presentation, April 27, 2010
The Alumni Council's Committee on Academic Programs for Alumni is pleased to recognize the work of three graduate students with the 2010 Hoffman Scholars Presentation. The program is designed to share with the Princeton community some of the best doctoral research being conducted at the University.
One of the 2010 Scholars is our very own Mina Cikara, who will present from Us v. Them: Neural Responses to Rival Groups’ Pleasures and Pains.
Each scholar will present his or her research for fifteen minutes and then take a few questions. These presentations are meant for a general audience and a light reception will follow, giving you the opportunity to interact with these exceptional students.
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Location: Aaron Burr Hall, Room 219
Also presenting will be Joseph Moshenska, English with ‘Feeling Pleasures’: The Sense of Touch in the English Renaissance and Ning Lin, Civil & Environmental Engineering withMulti-Hazard Risk Analysis Related to Hurricanes.