Created in 2006 in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, the School of Science and Engineering at Tulane University is unique in that it has established Tulane as the first and to date only university to merge the physical sciences, the life sciences, engineering, and mathematics into one integrated and trans-disciplinary academic unit. This has positioned Tulane University to be a leader in shaping future generations of scientists and engineers.
Special University Seminar – Hosted by the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
Dr. Christopher Paola, Distinguished Professor, University of Minnesota
River Deltas: Sink or Swim
2 PM • Friday May 13, 2016
Woldenberg Art Center, Room 205 – Freeman Auditorium
Reception following lecture
Everyone is Invited
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Weekly seminars will resume in the fall semester.
The human brain is a mighty organ. It only weighs about three pounds but it controls all bodily functions—both voluntary and involuntary. It is through the brain that our senses perceive the world. And in the brain, we think, learn, plan, scheme, react—and remember. Our emotions are seated in the brain.
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