Current & Recent Talks

Jul

26-29

University of Pittsburgh 2021 Diversity Forum

Online

Pitt's 2021 Diversity Forum, “Dismantling Oppressive Systems: Building Just Communities,” includes sessions and workshops that will engage and equip participants with the knowledge, skills and resources to identify sources of systemic oppression, consider strategies for dismantling that oppression, and identify actions critical in fostering more equitable and just communities in which to live, work and learn.

Jul

26-1

Black in Neuro Week 2021

Online

Join for several live events ranging from discussions about Neuroracism and how we can make our research practices more equitable, to a mentorship training workshop where faculty can learn how to better support BIPOC trainees.

Jul

26

dB-SERC Lunch Discussion

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Stacey Bretz, Miami University, presents "Students' Understandings of Multiple Representations."

Jul

26

BiP Seminar

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM; Online

Sarah Pedersen, Associate Professor of Psychiatry & Psychology, presents “Integrating Environmental and Individual Factors to Understand Health Inequities in Alcohol Problems for Black People.”

Jul

30

LRDC Undergraduate Internship Poster Session

12:00 PM - 2:00 PM; Online

Join the LRDC Summer Undergraduate Internship Program Poster Session for a presentation of undergraduate student research in the Learning Sciences.

Aug

2

Dissertation Defense

1:00 PM; Online

Heather Bruett, Cognitive Psychology and Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition, will give her dissertation defense on "The Neural and Cognitive Bases of Ambiguous and Unambiguous Conceptual Combination."