Data Science/Bio: Circadian Rhythms
01/24/2023 - 12:30pm to 2:00pm
Join the Data Science and Biology Departments for the talk "Circadian Rhythms: A Window into the Brain" from Dr. Christina Reynolds, Ph.D., on Tuesday 1/24 in SH114 at 12:30pm. Pizza will be provided!
About the talk
The circadian rhythm is a 24-hour internal clock that cycles us between sleepiness and alertness at regular intervals. Changes in circadian rhythms can signal the onset of neurological disease, especially conditions such as Alzheimer's disease or other dementias. Using technology developed at the Oregon Center for Technology and Aging, it is possible to capture the strength of circadian rhythms using unobtrusive methods over long periods of time. The data collected from these sensors and circadian rhythm analysis offers important insights into patient health without requiring expensive or inconvenient testing procedures.
For the past seven years, Dr. Reynolds has been working for the neurology Department of Oregon Health and Science University, as a data scientist studying the neuroscience of sleep.
Mindtap: Attachment Styles
01/24/2023 - 1:00pm to 1:45pm
MindTap is a program created by Beth Demmons, SWLC, Counselor and Carroll Community Educator in the Carroll Wellness Center. Beth uses evidence-based research in the fields of mental health and wellness to enhance the skills and abilities of people navigating life. The objective of the program is not only to survive but to thrive in this environment and develop skills that remain with you as you face life’s
Workshops are held Tuesdays from 1:00 to 1:50 in the Lower CUBE. On rare occasions, workshops and locations may change at the discretion of the Wellness Center.
Spring 2023 Class Schedule
January – Be Kind to Food Servers Month and National Codependency Awareness Month
February – Human Relations Month and LGBT+ Awareness Month
March – Gender Equality Month and National Social Work Month
April – Autism Acceptance Month, Celebrate Diversity Month, National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month
Lower Campus Center