Post Profile






She Was a Rising Star at a Major University. Then a Lecherous Professor Made Her Life Hell.

Celeste Kidd was elated when she learned, in 2007, that she had been invited to interview for a PhD program at the University of Rochester. The talented 24-year-old linguistics major had applied to many of the country’s top cognitive science departments, but among those, she had her eye fixed on UR’s. There, she might have the […]
read more

share

Related Posts


Saturn-like Ringed Planet Observed Outside Solar System

Technology : The Inquisitr - Tech

“Saturn on steroids” – that’s the description applied to a newly discovered ringed planet that orbits a star like our own. University of Rochester Assistant Professor of Physics and Astronomy Eric Mamajek is leading a team of scient...

American Psychological Association Elects University of Rochester Professor Susan H. McDaniel 2016 President

Health : Newswise Medical News

Susan H. McDaniel, PhD, distinguished professor and director of the Institute for the Family in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Rochester, has been elected 2016 president of the American Psychological Association. ...

Professor allegedly fat-shames PhD applicants

News : The Lookout

A New York University visiting professor, Geoffrey Miller, seems to believe overweight students thinking about a PhD need not apply. Miller, who specializes in evolutionary psychology and is teaching at NYU’s Stern School of Busines...

Did human-like intelligence evolve to care for helpless babies?

Academics / General Science : Science Codex

A new study from the University of Rochester suggests that human intelligence might have evolved in response to the demands of caring for infants. Steven Piantadosi and Celeste Kidd, assistant professors in brain and cognitive scien...

Penn Cancer biologist given National Cancer Institute Outstanding Investigator Award

Health : EurekAlert: Health

(University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine) M. Celeste Simon, PhD, who studies cancer cell metabolism, tumor immunology, and the influence of oxygen availability and deprivation on tumor growth, has been given a National Cancer ...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC