Junior behavioral biology major Jessica Dure has started a project to better reveal how communicative capabilities affect brain organization and evolution toward more advanced thinking. She is studying these linkages in Melopsittacus parrots, formally known as budgerigars and nicknamed budgies or parakeets. Read more about her research in the Spring 2022 issue of Arts & Sciences Magazine.
Congratulations to Behavioral Biology alum Natalie Aston on being named the CoSIDA Academic All American of the Year in volleyball for 2022. Natalie graduated with honors this past Fall and […]
Emmanuel Osikpa, a senior Behavioral Biology major, won the David S. Olton Research Award for his project in the Nielsen lab “Biological Motion Perception as a Probe for Motion Integration: […]
The Nu Rho Psi’s Undergraduate Research Symposium, which is usually held in the Fall semesters for students to present their research, is now handled by the HOUR Office! Students now […]
How willing are young people to engage in phone-based “digital contact tracing” to curb the pandemic? Sophomore Lauren Maytin discusses research on the topic in the Spring 2021 issue of Arts & Sciences Magazine. She helped develop a survey given to more […]
Congratulations to the following Behavioral Biology students who have completed all requirements for Behavioral Biology Departmental Honors!! Katherine Armenta Jessica Montoya Paige Upright Talia Feingold Edward Yin Tiffany Wong
Join HOUR (the Hopkins Office for Undergraduate Research) as we celebrate undergraduate projects in the form of posters, presentations, demonstrations, performances and more! This event is open to all members […]
We are pleased to announce that Yoko Yamashita has been chosen as the Olton Award Recipient for 2020-2021. Yoko, a junior Neuroscience major, works in the lab of Dr Amy […]
Lauren Maytin, a sophomore behavioral biology major, is lead author in a recently published study on young adult's attitudes and perceptions toward COVID-19 digital surveillance.
Yoko Yamashita, a junior in Behavioral Biology was awarded a President Undergraduate Research Award (PURA) for 2020 – 2021. Congrats Yoko!!