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Spring 2010

Spring 2010 Spring 2010 Spring 2010 All sessions will be in Massengill unless otherwise noted. Date & Time Speaker Title Tuesday, Jan. 26, 7:00 p.m. Dr. Rama Balasubramanian, Roanoke College "Nanotechnology: Applications and Opportunities"  Wednesday, February 3, 5:00 p.m. Trexler 372 Katie Quertermous, University of Virginia "How Simple Conditions Lead to Interesting Questions: An Introduction to Linear Operators" Tuesday, February 9, 4:00 p.m. Trexler 372 Judith

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Neuroscience Concentration

111 General Chemistry: Foundations I CHEM 117 General Chemistry: Advanced Principles and Applications I PHYS 102 Introductory Physics for Life Sciences PHYS 103 Fundamental Physics I PHYS 201

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Psychology Course Descriptions

) Lecture: 3 hrs/wk. PSYC 101 or HNRS/INQ 260PY or permission.   May be repeated for credit.   351 Personality Theories of personality, applications, and extensions of these theories, current

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Intellectual Inquiry Courses

for proposed applications, and critiques).  Students will then address questions concerning the quality and adequacy of assessment techniques and of empirical studies in such areas in positive psychology as love

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Internships

requirements. Comments from recent interns "It was such a learning experience, not only through observation but also real hands-on. It was very useful in helping me learn about real applications

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Student Assistants

Student Assistants Student Assistants The psychology faculty selects several students annually to be departmental assistants. Psychology majors who have at least a 2.5 GPA overall, and a 2.5 GPA in psychology may apply. Applications are taken in the spring for the summer term and regular term. Departmental assistants work 6 to 10 hours a week, with "on duty" hours arranged to accommodate the professors' and the assistants' class schedules. During duty hours, the assistant is available for assignments such as grading multiple-choice tests, running errands, and other miscellaneous tasks

https://www.roanoke.edu/inside/a-z_index/psychology/students/student_assistants

Summer Scholar Application and Guidelines

Summer Scholar Application and Guidelines Summer Scholars Application and Guidelines Students must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, have completed 8 units of credit by the start of the grant period, and plan to return the following fall semester. Each applicant must identify a faculty mentor to work with, and faculty mentors are limited to working with one Summer Scholar per summer.  Example successful applications from the past are available from the Director of Undergraduate Research. There are three parts to the application, all due March 15.  The cover sheet is due in hard copy, while

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Summer Scholar FAQs

the actual writing. Who reviews the applications? A committee of faculty from different disciplines review the applications. Applicants should keep this audience in mind. Language should be accessible ... Scholars? Example successful applications from the past are available from the Director of Undergraduate Research. If RC doesn't have a book that you need, use Interlibrary Loan.  Talk to your

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Current Courses

calculus, truth tables, and truth trees.  We will also look at the philosophy of logic and some of the applications of logic in a variety of areas.  In the process, students will acquire the grounding

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Summer Session

Summer Session Courses for Summer 2013 SUMMER TERM I (June 3-28) PHILOSOPHY 215 A: SYMBOLIC LOGIC Professor Zorn Period 2 (10:50-1:00) This course will focus on mastering the techniques of modern logic, including truth tables and the method of proof in the propositional and predicate calculus.  We will also look briefly at the philosophy of logic and some of the applications of logic in philosophy and in fields outside philosophy.  In the process, students will acquire the grounding in rigorous and clear thinking required for serious inquiry in philosophy or any other subject

https://www.roanoke.edu/inside/a-z_index/religion_and_philosophy/courses/summer_session