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Previous 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.


                                                  FALL QUARTER 2020


Diversity Salon


 September 28, 1:30 pm



Professor Nicole Stephens , Kellogg School of Management

“Social Class Cultural Divides: Implications for Psychological Research”


Diversity Salon


October 12, 1:15 pm



Professor Jennifer Richeson , Psychology, Yale University

“Creating Space for Divergent Experiences in Psychological Science”


Diversity Salon


November 16, 1:15 pm



Professor Brian Mustanski , Feinberg School of Medicine

"Hard-to-reach or hardly reached? Strategies for engaging sexual and gender minority communities in research"


Department Colloquium


December 11, 3:15 pm



Professor Steven O. Roberts , Psychology, Stanford University

“Racism: A Developmental Story”



Diversity Salon


January 25, 1:15 pm

Professors Sylvia Perry (Psychology) and Ivy Onyeador (Kellogg),

“Taking a Team-Science Approach in Diversity Research: Advantages and Challenges”


Diversity Salon


February 22, 1:00 pm

Professor Qi Wang ,Human Development, Cornell

“Cultural Foundations of Memory and Cognition”


Diversity Salon


March 8, 1:15 pm

Sade Abiodun ,Princeton Neuroscience Institute

“Implications and Applications of Race in Neuroscience”



Diversity Salon


April 12, 1:15 pm


Professor James Jones ,Psychology, University of Delaware

“Diversity Competence”


Department Colloquium


May 7, 3:15 pm


Professor Phillip Hammack, Psychology, UC-Santa Cruz

“The Psychology of Sexual and Gender Diversity in the Era of Radical Authenticity”


Diversity Salon


May 24, 1:15 pm


Professor Sandra Waxman, NU Psychology

“(Why) Diversity is Crucial to Theory and (How) it Pushes our Paradigms in Developmental Science”


Department Colloquium


June 11, 3:15 pm


Professor Onnie Rogers,NU Psychology

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