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The first speed-networking event, a slightly larger event on the topic of behavior and health, yielded six funded proposals funded by the Office of the Vice Provost for Research.
One of those proposals was the first in a series of collaborative research that Psychological and Brain Sciences professor Josh Brown began with Professor Jon Macy in the School of Public Health.
At each table a pair of scientists and/or social scientists sat across from each other, talking for five minutes until the buzzer rang with a one-minute warning.
Then, it was time to move on to the next pairing and eight more rounds of speed-networking. 23 gathering at the Social Science Research Commons in Woodburn Hall was the second of three speed-networking events organized by Meryl Bertenthal and her team at the Office of the Vice Provost for Research in collaboration with Professor Peter Todd and graduate student Samantha Cohen, both in the Department of Psychology and Brain Sciences.
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