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!
We’ll be having journal club this Monday November 13 with Isabel Ferraz Musse! This will be during our normal meeting time at noon in 4369 Beckman Institute. Isabel will presenting on McClain, 2017 “Practices and promises of Facebook for science outreach: Becoming a ‘Nerd of Trust.’” Feel free to come even if you have not read […]