Club Information
Welcome to our Club

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 11:45 AM
The Garage
5551 South 48th Street
Lincoln, NE 68516
United States of America
Phone:
(402) 416-1633
Speakers
Dr. Cary Savage, Ph.D.
Dec 07, 2022 11:45 AM
Director of the Center for Brain, Biology & Behavior at UNL
NO MEETING - MERRY CHRISTMAS
Dec 21, 2022 11:45 AM
NO MEETING!! - HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dec 28, 2022 11:45 AM
Jon & Taryn Vanderford
Jan 25, 2023 11:45 AM
Club Executives & Directors
Club President
Club President-elect
Immediate Past Club President
Club Secretary
Club Treasurer
Club Foundation Chair - TRF
Club Membership Chair
Club Polio Chair
Club Program Chair
Club Public Image
Club Service Projects
Club Foundation Chair - Club Foundation
Lincoln East Rotary

 

December 7, 2022

Dr. Cary Savage, Director of the Brain & Behavior Institute - UNL

Dr. Savage received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Oklahoma State University. He completed an internship in clinical psychology and postdoctoral fellowships in neuropsychology and functional neuroimaging at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH)/Harvard Medical School. He previously served as Director of the Center for Health Behavior Neuroscience at the University of Kansas Medical Center and Director of Imaging Research at the Banner Alzheimer’s Institute. He is currently the Director of the Center for Brain, Biology and Behavior, and the Mildred Francis Thompson Professor of Social Sciences, at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He has published over 140 research papers and review articles and serves on editorial boards and numerous study sections and expert panels. Dr. Savage’s research uses functional neuroimaging techniques to investigate how the brain contributes to self-regulatory behaviors and to identify biomarkers that predict responses to interventions and progression or recovery from neurologic illness. In addition to his own research, Dr. Savage mentored numerous training grants with predoctoral postdoctoral students and junior faculty.
Repaired Sculpture Back on VA Grounds
 
Admirers of the “Cost of Freedom” sculpture on the Veterans Affairs (VA) campus are once again loving what they see.  They’re breathing a collective sigh of relief after a third absence in the sculpture’s four-year history triggered concerns and led to rumors that it had been stolen. 
 
The sculpture, originally was purchased by Lincoln East Rotary Foundation and representatives and other partners for $16,000.  It has several temporary homes before landing at the new VA building site south of 70th & O Streets.  The sculpture is a tribute to the sacrifice of America’s military veterans.
 
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