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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.  Past events are listed below.

2021-2022

2020-2021

                                          2021-2022 School Year

                                                  FALL QUARTER 2021

 

Diversity Salon

 

October 25, 1:15 pm

Doug Medin

 

Professor Doug Medin, Department of Psychology, Northwestern

“Researcher Diversity and Epistemic Justice”

 

Diversity Salon

 

November 22, 1:15 pm

 

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Evelyn Carter, Paradigm IQ

Destiny Peery, Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race & Justice

Matt Trujillo, Advancement Project

Alternative Career Pathways in Diversity Science

WINTER QUARTER 2022

Diversity Salon

 

February 24,  4:00 pm

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Professor Moin Syed, Department of Psychology, University of Minnesota

“Reproducibility, Diversity, and the Crisis of Inference in Psychology”

Diversity Salon

March 7, 1:15 pm

 

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Professor Phia Salter, Department of Psychology, Davidson College

“Critical Race Theory and Psychological Science”

SPRING QUARTER 2022

Diversity Salon

April 18, 1:15pm 

 

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Professor Alexandra Garr-Schultz, Department of Psychological Sciences, University of Connecticut

Lydia Emery, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University

Emma McGorray, Department of Psychology, Northwestern University

“Practical Insights from a Systematic Review of Sample Diversity"

Diversity Salon

May 16, 1:15 pm

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Thomas Dirth, Department of Psychology, Bemidji State University

“Bridging Disability Studies and Psychological Science: A Research Agenda for 21st Century Disability Psychology”

                                          2020-2021 School year

                                                  FALL QUARTER 2020

 

Diversity Salon

 

 September 28, 1:30 pm

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Professor Nicole Stephens , Kellogg School of Management

“Social Class Cultural Divides: Implications for Psychological Research”

 

Diversity Salon

 

October 12, 1:15 pm

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Professor Jennifer Richeson , Psychology, Yale University

“Creating Space for Divergent Experiences in Psychological Science”

 

Diversity Salon

 

November 16, 1:15 pm

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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

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Professor Steven O. Roberts , Psychology, Stanford University

“Racism: A Developmental Story”

WINTER QUARTER 2021 

 

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”

SPRING QUARTER 2021 

 

Diversity Salon

 

April 12, 1:15 pm

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Professor James Jones ,Psychology, University of Delaware

“Diversity Competence”

 

Department Colloquium

 

May 7, 3:15 pm

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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

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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

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Professor Onnie Rogers,NU Psychology

“TBA”
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