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Diversity Science Talks and Events

The Psychology Department regularly holds events focused on addressing diversity issues in psychological science and in society more broadly.  This includes a monthly “Diversity Salon” series focusing on how researchers can better incorporate human diversity and societal equity as integral parts of their scholarship.  Upcoming events are listed below; more events will be added throughout the year.  

 To see our previous diversity events, click here



Diversity Science Workshop


November 17, 4:00 pm Swift Hall 107


Doug Medin


Dr. Deborah Wu, Social Cognition and Intergroup Processes Lab

“Dealing with Unexpected Findings”

Zachary Anderson, Affective and Clinical Neuroscience Lab

"Dissemination of Research Findings to the General Public"

Diversity Science Salon

February 13, 1:15pm on Zoom

 Jin Goh photo

Ryan Lei Photo

"Positioning Asian Americans in Psychological Research"

Jin Goh (Colby College)

Ryan Lei (Haverford College)

CNAIR Colloquium

TO BE RESCHEDULED - check back for updates

 Stephanie Fryberg

 Stephanie Fryberg (University of Michigan), "Omission as the Modern Form of Bias Against Indigenous Peoples"

Department Colloquium

March 10, 3:15pm, Swift Hall 107

david chae

David Chae (Tulane University) on health inequities and the embodiment of racism

Diversity Science Salon

April 3, 1:15pm on Zoom

sari van anders

Sari van Anders (Queens University), "Biobehavioral research and gender/sex/ual diversity"

Diversity Science Salon

May 5, 3:15pm on Zoom

 reviewer zero

“Changing the culture of peer review for a more inclusive and equitable psychological science” with Mariam Aly (Columbia U.), Amanda Diekman (Indiana U.), & Matt Goldrick (Northwestern U.)

Department Colloquium

May 12, 3:15pm, Swift Hall 107

neil lewis jr

Neil Lewis, Jr. (Cornell University) “Cultivating unequal minds: Meaning making in a fragmented democracy”

Diversity Science Salon

June 2, 3:15pm, Annenberg G02

Mesmin Destin

"Strength-Based Approaches to Students' Marginalized Identities" with Mesmin Destin (Northwestern U.), Josiah Rosario, and David Silverman