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2012 Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Commencement

Friday, May 18, 2012 9 a.m. ET

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The speaker at the 2012 Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Commencement Ceremony was Helen Neville.

Neville’s contributions to neuroscience have made her a leading figure in understanding the brain. She holds the Robert and Beverly Lewis Endowed Chair at the University of Oregon and is a professor of psychology and neuroscience as well as director of both the Brain Development Laboratory and the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience. Her major research interests involve the biological constraints and the role of experience on development in humans. She is particularly interested in the way that the human brain develops and its capacity to change in reaction to experience.

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