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Master’s Student Dialogue Sessions

The Graduate School and the Graduate Student Council (GSC) will begin hosting Master’s Student Dialogue sessions, an occasional and ongoing series of feedback sessions to better understand community needs and foster student representation. The first meeting will be on Tuesday, April 21 at 7 pm in Horace Mann 103. Pizza and beverages will be provided. Sign up and provide feedback

Two PhD Students Win Fulbright Grants

Stephanie Galasso and Brian Horton have been awarded grants by the Fulbright U.S. Student Program for 2015-16. Horton is a third-year doctoral student in Anthropology who will travel to India. He will serve as a volunteer grant writer and researcher for the Humsafar Trust, helping to complete projects and proposals for their research with sexual minorities in Western India. Galasso, a third-year student in German Studies, will be affiliated with the University of Konstanz in Germany. She will explore the instability of the notion of elegy as it appears in German Romantic poetry.

How to raise a moral robot

Commentary: Bertram Malle

Bertram Malle, professor of cognitive, linguistic, and psychological sciences, is co-leader of the Humanity-Centered Robotics Initiative, which studies human-robot interactions that can meet pressing societal needs and also raise important ethical, legal and economic questions.

A new score for predicting Ebola risk

Questions for Dr. Adam Levine

Dr. Adam Levine spent last fall fighting Ebola in Bong County, Liberia. Using data from there, he and several co-authors have calculated a simple, sensitive, and specific score for triaging a patient’s Ebola risk.

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