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Monday

July 14, 2014
4:04 pm

Award supports Kahan’s study of cultural influences on visual perception

Todd Kahan, a psychology professor who studies how people process visual information, has received a major award that will allow him to explore how cultural differences affect those processes.

Award supports Kahan’s study of cultural influences on visual perception

Friday

June 27, 2014
1:41 pm

Jack Kent Cooke award to support graduate studies at Columbia for Bo Ra Kim ’14

The highly competitive Jack Kent Cooke Graduate Scholarships are worth up to $50,000 annually for graduate studies in the U.S. or abroad.

Jack Kent Cooke award to support graduate studies at Columbia for Bo Ra Kim ’14

Thursday

May 22, 2014
3:00 pm

Gloom and misery begone? Statistics gets a major makeover from a student-professor team

The bane of many social science majors, statistics will be taught far differently next year, thanks to a student-faculty team led by Professor of Psychology Amy Douglass.

Gloom and misery begone? Statistics gets a major makeover from a student-professor team

Wednesday

May 21, 2014
10:14 am

2014 Fulbright recipients: Owen Minott

Owen Minott ’14 is one of Bates’ 10 Fulbright recipients for 2014.

Wednesday

May 21, 2014
10:10 am

2014 Fulbright recipients: Clara Maeder

Clara Maeder ’14 is one of Bates’ 10 2014 Fulbright recipients.

Wednesday

May 21, 2014
10:05 am

2014 Fulbright recipients: Ashley Lepre

Ashley Lepre ’13 is one of Bates’ 10 2014 Fulbright recipients.

Wednesday

May 21, 2014
10:01 am

2014 Fulbright recipients: Alexandra Hill

Alexandra Hill ’14 is one of Bates’ 10 Fulbright recipients for 2014.

Wednesday

May 21, 2014
9:31 am

2014 Fulbright recipients: John Stewart

John Stewart ’14 is one of Bates’ 10 Fulbright recipients for 2014.

Thursday

May 1, 2014
11:58 am

Microsoft’s Susan Dumais ’75 is a big reason why, computer-wise, you find what you seek

Dumais’ contributions have touched how we find, use and make sense of information from our computers and the Internet.

Microsoft’s Susan Dumais ’75 is a big reason why, computer-wise, you find what you seek

Tuesday

April 15, 2014
12:56 pm

Project for Peace award goes to Tatro, Schriger for humanitarian work in Rwanda

A Davis Project for Peace award has gone to seniors Simone Schriger and Devin Tatro to support an initiative in Rwanda to support children of incarcerated people.

Project for Peace award goes to Tatro, Schriger for humanitarian work in Rwanda