The third annual summer school held at Michigan State University will address the role of synchrony as a fundamental construct for communication science by bringing together scholars from the fields of communication, computer science, neuroscience, complex systems, and cognitive and social psychology. Throughout its five days, the summer school will provide advanced training and mentoring for young researchers at the hands of some of the biggest names in synchrony research. Senior and junior scholars, postdocs, and graduate students are all encouraged to attend!
Questions? Contact syncMSU@gmail.com. We can also be found on Twitter (@syncMSU) and Facebook (Sync @ MSU group).