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Michael Greenberg ’76, P’14 Wins The Brain Prize 2023 for Neuroscience Research

Michael Greenberg ’76, P’14 is one of three winners of the Lundbeck Foundation’s The Brain Prize 2023—the largest personal award for neuroscience research—for his contributions to the field. Greenberg, the Nathan Marsh Pusey Professor of Neurobiology at Harvard Medical School, said it was “very gratifying” for his life’s work to be recognized by neuroscientists at […]

Wesleyan in the News: April 2023

President Michael S. Roth ’78 authored a review of “Unearthed: A Lost Actress, a Forbidden Book, and a Search for Life in the Shadow of the Holocaust” by Meryl Frank for The Wall Street Journal. The memoir details her research into her family’s history and a book inherited from her aunt, Mollie, which depicts the brutal […]
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Bulletin Board: Andrew Grimaldi '87

On Saturday June 15, 2019, Team Andy (Andrew Grimaldi '87) will be participating in our 3rd Sharon Timlin Memorial 5K Race/Walk to Cure ALS. This event raises money towards a cure for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), more commonly known as Lou Gehrig's Disease. ALS is a progressive and fatal neurodegenerative illness that attacks motor neurons. Last year in 2018 our small team of 14 people (out of over 500 participants) raised more than 13% of the total amount raised for the entire walk!... This year we want to be the number 1 fundraising Team for the 2019 race... pushing the Timlin Race to over $80,000 this year! Read More

Bulletin Board: Jeremy Paul '05

Curator of the weird, deviser of hybrid media and Executive Artistic Director of Maelstrom Collaborative Arts, Jeremy Paul '05, is successfully blurring the boundaries of Cleveland’s creative worlds.

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