Three Biology Presentations Friday

The NMU psychology department will hold two additional presentations on Friday, April 18. Both will be held in 167 Gries Hall and are open to the public. 

Master's degree candidate Carrie Anne Balcer will present "Visual Cues Effects on Temperature Perception" at 1 p.m. Reza Taghavi will present "ArraySense, an Assistive Wearable Haptic Device at 3:10 p.m. Their presentations surround the 2 p.m. talk by master's candidate Jonathan Fancher titled "Human-Centered Design Applied To Perceptual Paradigms," publicized earlier this week. 

Prepared By
Kristi Evans
News Director