News: The HSMBB Spring Symposium is scheduled for Thursday, December 5th! Our speakers are Barbara Grosz and D. Fox Harrell, and they will be discussing various topics in Artificial Intelligence.
In response to the recent explosion of interest in the university-wide Mind, Brain, and Behavior (MBB) initiative, we officially formed HSMBB in the fall of 2002. Since then, we have dedicated ourselves to promoting multidisciplinary dialogue among students formally involved in one of the seven MBB tracks or secondary fields (neurobiology, psychology, philosophy, computer science, history of science, human evolutionary biology, and linguistics) or else informally interested in MBB-related topics or courses.
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