Featured around the internet, fall 2019

Thanks for featuring me, everyone! This article (in which I am quoted) describes a project I worked on as a graduate student. I was featured in Pomona College's Alumni Career Stories talking about my life after college. To promote my Halloween science talk, I was on Pacific Science Center's podcast. Amazingly, they already had that …

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Double, double, toil and trouble

Double, double, toil and trouble,Fire burn and science bubble!Start it with a trick or treat,Then at Seattle Center we will meet.Macbeth... ish Join me for the fourth science Halloween at Pacific Science Center for the neuroscience of Macbeth's witches! I'll be dissecting Macbeth's decisions from his first encounter with the witches to its tragic conclusion. …

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Halloween 2018 – Neuroscience of Werewolves

Better late than never, it's Halloween 2018! I am delighted to present Halloween 2018 Science in the City at Pacific Science Center: Welcome New Werewolves. Enjoy fun learning about senses, motor control, comparative anatomy, and selections from the variety of tough, hilarious questions from the audience. https://youtu.be/kYmuB_QcVTY If you're an author, and you use some …

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Science Halloween #3: Bad Moon Rising

I'll be returning to Pacific Science Center's Halloween programming for the third year running, this time with more howling. Come see me on October 30 at 7pm for an orientation session for new werewolves. Those bitten on the October 23 full moon, their friends and family, and all others are welcome! Appropriate for all ages, …

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Introduction to Neural Engineering

Through my involvement with the CSNE at UW, I was able to teach a six-week course on neural engineering for high school students in summer 2016 and again in 2017. I've now turned that live course into an online version, which includes six hours of video lectures, instructions for three hands-on demos, homework assignments, and …

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