Entries tagged with ‘Nobel Conference’
Leading up to the 51st Nobel Conference, Gustavus Adolphus College commissioned a nationwide survey of college students aged 18-24 to gauge their thoughts on the use of ADHD medications as study aids. Results indicate that many students use medications in the belief that it will increase their academic performance.
The 51st Nobel Conference: “Addiction: Exploring the Science and Experience of an Equal Opportunity Condition”
Gustavus Adolphus College will host the 51st annual Nobel Conference Oct. 6-7. This year’s conference will bring together physicians, neuroscientists, philosophers, and treatment experts to discuss the topic of “Addiction: Exploring the Science and Experience of an Equal Opportunity Condition.”
Learn what a variety of people who attended Gustavus's Nobel Conference 46, "Making Food Good," enjoyed about the Oct. 5-6, 2010 conference. Each year the conference draws more than 5,000 people to campus to learn about a current issue from world-class experts and scholars.
Registration is now available online for Gustavus Adolphus College's 45th annual Nobel Conference. This year's conference, titled "H2O Uncertain Resource," is scheduled for Oct. 6-7.
Media reports out of Washington are suggesting that President-elect Barack Obama has selected Nobel-prize winning physicist and past lecturer at Gustavus Adolphus College's Nobel Conference, Steven Chu, to be his energy secretary.
The 45th annual Nobel Conference at Gustavus Adolphus College, scheduled for Oct. 6-7, 2009, is titled H2O: Uncertain Resource and will focus on global issues surrounding water resources.
Dr. Timothy Robinson, Professor of Psychology at Gustavus Adolphus College, is stepping down as Director of the Nobel Conference at the conclusion of this year's conference on Wednesday, Oct. 8. Robinson will be replaced by Charles Niederriter, Professor of Physics at the College.
Gustavus Adolphus College is pleased to announce that the Reverend Drell and Adeline Dekko Bernhardson have made an endowment gift of $2 million that will support the Nobel Conference.
Who Were the First Humans?, the 44th Nobel Conference at Gustavus Adolphus College, Oct. 7-8, will trace human history from its origins in Africa to modern times. Using modern genetic techniques as well as examinations of fossils and artifacts, world renowned scientists will explore how early humans spread around the world and how human behavior changed in the process.
The schedule for the 44th Nobel Conference at Gustavus Adolphus College on October 7-8 has been announced. The title of this year's conference is Who Were The First Humans?