PERFECT talks: March and April

Researchers from Project PERFECT will be giving a series of talks in March and April 2017

On 1 March Sophie Stammers gave an outreach talk entitled “What is implicit bias and what should we do about it?” comprising theoretical insights and practical strategies to reduce biases to undergraduate students at the University of Bristol.

On 8 March Lisa Bortolotti will hold a Reddit AMA session (Ask Me Anything) on her research from 16:00-19:00.  

On 13 March during the Arts and Science Festival at the University of Birmingham, PERFECT will host and sponsor a lunchtime meeting on the psychology of climate change: “Saving Land and Water: Shaping Perceptions of Climate Change”. Registration for free  

On 15 March Sophie Stammers will represent project PERFECT at a special event to celebrate research funded by the European Research Council at the University of Birmingham on the occasion of the 10th birthday of the European Research Council.

On 16 March Lisa Bortolotti will deliver a Royal Institute of Philosophy public lecture at the University of Kent entitled: Optimism and Agency 

On 22 April Lisa Bortolotti will deliver a talk on Responsibility and Choice Blindness at a workshop entitled Reassessing Responsibility and organised by Lubomira Radoilskaat Trinity Hall, Cambridge.

On 27 April Lisa Bortolotti will deliver two talks at the University of Hertsfordshire: a Research Seminar on Costs and Benefits of Confabulated Explanations and a PhilSoc talk on Costs and Benefits of Optimistically Biased Beliefs.

 

On 27 April Lisa Bortolotti will deliver two talks at the University of Hertfordshire: a Research Seminar on Costs and Benefits of Confabulated Explanations and a PhilSoc talk on Costs and Benefits of Optimistically Biased Beliefs.

Posted on Monday 6th March 2017