N&PP Seminar

The Neuroscience & Public Policy Seminar serves as the focal point for connecting students’ training in neuroscience, public affairs and law. It also provides intellectual continuity between the fields throughout the entire period of training.  The seminar itself is open to the public and other qualified students are welcome to enroll in the seminar course listed as NTP 660.

The Neuroscience & Public Policy Seminar Series is generously supported by the Paul Bach-Y-Rita Memorial Fund.

An archive of previous seminars can be found here. Upcoming seminar information can be found here.

Brian Christens, assistant professor in the School of Human Ecology, speaks to his Inter-HE 460: Leadership and Management of Nonprofit Organizations class in Sterling Hall at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on Sept. 14, 2010.