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Introducing a New Online Education Opportunity for Alumni

Join a cohort of UChicago alumni for an online course "Neuroethics: Controversies Surrounding Modern Advances in Neuroscience" with Peggy Mason, professor in the Department of Neurobiology.

Join in an opportunity to connect and converse with your UChicago alumni peers while learning online. This learning experience, Neuroethics: Controversies Surrounding Modern Advances in Neuroscience, will be led by Peggy Mason, professor in the Department of Neurobiology.

Your virtual classroom opens on January 11 and offers you an opportunity to

  • learn from neuroscientists, psychologists, physicians, and philosophers featured in the Neuroethics Seminar Series, hosted by the MacLean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics;
  • connect with fellow UChicagoans in an alumni-only forum on neuroethics led by Professor Mason;
  • watch on-demand lectures and participate in biweekly Google Hangouts with Professor Mason.

 

Exercise your intellectual curiosity with a community of similarly inquisitive UChicago alumni, and register for Neuroethics: Controversies Surrounding Modern Advances in Neuroscience today.

For more information, please contact Emily Joy Bembeneck at emilyjoy@uchicago.edu or 773.795.2902.