Join us for our second Journal Club of the semester. Sam Dotson will be presenting on Han, et al., 2018, Communication of scientific uncertainty about a novel pandemic health threat: ambiguity aversion and its mechanisms. We will be meeting virtually via Zoom on Monday, April 6 at 1 pm. The Zoom link will be emailed […]
Join us for our second Journal Club of the semester. AJ Christensen will be presenting on Lewandowsky et al, 2012, Misinformation and its correction: influence and successful debiasing. We will be meeting at our regular meeting time/room for the semester, 3169 Beckman, on Monday 3/9 at 1 pm. You’re welcome to attend if you don’t […]
Join us for our first Journal Club of the semester. Karthik Yarlagadda will be presenting on Ocobock and Hawley, 2020, Science on tap: Effective public engagement or preaching to the choir? We will be meeting at our regular meeting time/room for the semester, 3169 Beckman, on MOnday 2/24 at 1 pm. You’re welcome to attend […]
Join us for a journal club presentation by Andrea Kunze on Sinatra et al, 2014, Addressing challenges to public understanding of science: Epistemic cognition, motivated reasoning, and conceptual change. We will be meeting at our regular meeting time/room for the semester, Wednesday at noon in 4169 Beckman. You’re welcome to attend if you don’t have […]
Join us for a journal club presentation by Gaby Ibarra on Scheufele and Krause (2019), Science audiences, misinformation, and fake news. We will be meeting in our regular meeting/time room for this semester, Wednesday at noon in 4169 Beckman. You’re welcome to attend even if you don’t have a chance to read the article!
Pamela Martin will be presenting Cote and Darlin, 2018. Scientists on Twitter: Preaching to the Choir or Singing From the Rooftops? Journal Club will be during our normal meeting at 1 pm, on Wednesday, November 28 in 4269 Beckman (the 4th Floor Tower room). This should be a great follow-up to our recent Social Media […]
Social Media for Scientists: #Tweetyourscience Wednesday November 14, 1:00-3:30pm 204 Loomis Social media presence is increasingly important as one of the ways in which scientists can reach broader audiences. Whether you are a newbie on Twitter or a frequent user looking to increase your reach to different audiences, this workshop will have something for you. Students, […]
The Gift of Conflict: Conflict engagement inside (and outside) the lab Mikhail Lyubansky, Ph.D., Univ. of Illinois April 20, 2018, 1-2:50pm, Room 2269 Beckman Institute Sponsored by the 21st Century Scientists Initiative at Beckman Please note: this workshop will immediately follow Sandra Loh’s Lecture. This workshop will create conditions for exploring: the importance of walking towards […]
Journal Club will be Monday, March 12 at noon in 4369 Beckman. Kassandria Clark will be presenting Garret and Weeks, 2017: Epistemic belief’s role in in promoting misperceptions and conspiracist ideation. Feel free to come even if you haven’t read the article!