Future of Medicine students split into groups and do research, preparing for their presentation on big data in regards to public health.
Psychology + Neuroscience students visit Yale's Social Cognitive Development Lab and learn about adolescent development. They then break into groups to discuss methodologies for conducting research in the field.
Psychology + Neuroscience students participate in an ongoing study through The John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Guided by guest speaker Fabiana Alceste, students learn about the study, its research methodology, and preliminary findings.
Skip Rizzo, Director for Medical Virtual Reality, Institute for Creative Technologies at the University of Southern California, speaks to Psychology + Neuroscience students about his work treating psychological issues with VR technology. Skip uses his technology to help with veterans who suffer from PTSD as well as high-functioning individuals with autism.
Jerri Lynn Hogg, Media Psychologist and Director of the Media Psychology Program at Fielding Graduate University, discusses her path to becoming a media psychologist and her work on the cognitive effects of social media addiction with Psychology + Neuroscience students.
Students in Sports Management work on their negotiation skills as they participate in a sponsorship simulation where play different roles — athletes, agents, and companies — while dealing with limited budgets, public relation scandals, and campaign goals.
Kristen Kuliga, Director of Business Development at Vanguard Sports Group, speaks with Sports Management students today about working as an agent for pro-football players. Kristen oversees business development across multiple platforms including event management and ownership, corporate consulting, athlete marketing, and sponsorship sales.
Our Psychology + Neuroscience and Sports Management Focus programs ended on Friday. We wish our students luck in their future endeavors!
Why are Future of Medicine students visiting the Yale Center for British Art Museum? To practice their observation skills on works of art in the museum. Strong observation skills, and the ability to ask questions and make inferences from observations, is one of the key skills a doctor needs to succeed.
Future of Medicine students tour New Haven's Department of Health. They learn about different aspects of Public Health such as helping new mothers, giving vaccinations, and HIV/Aid prevention.