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Bias in the Academy Video Archive of Presymposium Seminars

Neuroethics Symposium December 10, 2013

Bias in the Academy: From Neural Networks to Social Networks

 


This neuroethics symposia is designed to discuss the complex influence of stereotype/bias on academia and apply advances in the science of stereotype bias to university policies and practices. Through a pre-symposia seminar series and symposia, a white paper will be produced to highlight challenges and to put forth practical solutions to move toward mitigating the detrimental influence of bias and stereotyping in academia.  







 






Presymposia seminar series 1/4: An Introduction to Bias: A Social Network Primer facilitated by Jacob Billings, Neuroscience graduate student, Emory University 




Presymposia seminar series 2/4: Biased People or Biased Researchers: A puzzle for Social Psychology facilitated by Chris Martin, Sociology graduate student, Emory University 

 

Presymposia seminar series 3/4: A Look at Power Structures and Bias in Academic Settings facilitated by Roger Sikes


 

Presymposia seminar series 4/4: Operationalizing the Research on Bias: Faculty Hiring and Recruitment Processes, facilitated by Dona Yarbrough, PhD, Vice Provost for Community and Diversity, Emory University

 
 
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