Hard Data Cafe, November 4, Dr. Meltem Yucel
Please join us for our next Hard Data Cafe meeting, on November 4 at 3:30 pm in SULL 201, for a talk by Dr. Meltem Yucel (Duke University), titled “No fair!: How do children and adults evaluate fairness norms.”
Hard Data Cafe, October 21, Dr. Derek Monroe
Please join us for our next Hard Data Cafe meeting, on October 21 at 3:30 pm in SULL 201, for a “home grown” talk by Dr. Derek Monroe (UNCG Kinesiology): “Brain-body interactions and the central autonomic network.”
Hard Data Cafe, October 14, Dr. Alexia Galati
Please join us for our next Hard Data Cafe meeting, on October 14 at 3:30 pm in SULL 201, for a cognitive psychology oriented talk by Dr. Alexia Galati (UNC: Charlotte): “Match behavior, or ‘divide-and-conquer’?: Task goals modulate multimodal interpersonal coordination in collaboration.”
Graduate Research Colloquium (GRC), Sept 30
The annual Graduate Research Colloquium (GRC) takes place this Friday, 9/30. GRC is a premier event for the Psychology Department, in which rising second-year graduate students present on their first-year or MA thesis projects. The program begins at 10:00 am in the EUC auditorium. After lunch, the second session will begin at 1:15 pm in
Hard Data Cafe, complete Fall 2022 schedule
Please see the complete schedule for the Fall 2022 Hard Data Cafe talk series. All are welcome to attend, and all talks will be held in Sullivan Science Rm 201.
Hard Data Cafe, September 9, Dr. Julian Rucker
Please join us for our next Hard Data Cafe meeting, on September 9 at 3:30 pm in SULL 201, for a social psychology oriented talk by Dr. Julian Rucker (UNC: Chapel Hill).
Dr. Gabriela Livas Stein Diversity Award Presentation, September 12
Please join us for Dr. Livas Stein’s Diversity Award Presentation, “Joy, Purpose, and Connection,” on September 12, from 4:00-6:00 pm in the Alumni House.
Graduate Research Colloquium, September 30
Please join us for the annual Graduate Research Colloquium (program TBD), in which our rising 2nd year graduate students will present talks on their first year projects or their MA thesis work/proposals. Given our large second-year class, GRC will likely span much of the day (9:00-4:00), so be sure to get a good night’s sleep
Final “She Can We Can” Event: February 18
The department will hold its final event of the “She Can We Can” series on February 18, 3 – 5 pm, on Zoom. Dr. Cecilia Ayón, Professor of Public Policy at the University of California, Riverside, will give a talk titled “Ella Puede, Nosotros Podemos: Towards Equity and Hope in Immigration Issues.” In the spirit
Experimental Area’s Hard Data Cafe Series: Spring, 2022
The Experimental Area is pleased to present the Spring 2022 Hard Data Cafe Series. All are welcome to attend!