This is the second workshop out of a series of three. (If you have registered before for a previous workshop, you do not need to register again.)
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Please join us at these last two workshops to explore the concept of epistemic diversity.
Epistemic diversity is diversification concerning cognitive characteristics, such as personality, educational background, representation of and solutions to problems, and more. The workshops will take place on these dates from 3:30 pm to ~5:15 pm (Central Time):
(1) 02/12/2021 [See recording here: https://youtu.be/AXT16otV8aw] What is Epistemic Diversity? - Speakers: Dr. Sina Fazelpour (Carnegie Mellon University) and Prof. Daniel Steel (U of British Columbia)
(2) 03/10/2021, Collaborating and Strategizing as a Minority - Speaker: Prof. Hannah Rubin (U of Notre Dame)
(3) 04/16/2021, Mentoring Relationships - Speakers: Justin Bruner (U of Arizona) and Prof. Denise Loyd (U of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign)
We encourage anyone interested in epistemic diversity to participate.
The event will take place on Zoom. Schedule of events, here.
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SPRING SCHOOL and WORKSHOP on Laws and Explanations in Metaphysics and Science
DATE & ACCESS:
March 24-25, 2021 (the spring school introductory course takes place on March 24; on March 25 there will be a workshop on the same topics). This is an online-event (Zoom). Further instructions and access information will be sent to registered participants in due course.
PhilStat virtual Forum: Mark Burgman (Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London; Editor-in-Chief, Conservation Biology): “How should applied science journal editors deal with statistical controversies?“
Author Maya Goldenberg joins us for a conversation about her new book, Vaccine Hesitancy: Public Trust, Expertise, and the War on Science. Professor Goldenberg will be in conversation with Angela Potochnik, professor of philosophy and inaugural director of the Center for Public Engagement with Science at the University of Cincinnati.
This virtual program is hosted in partnership with the Center for Public Engagement with Science at the University of Cincinnati, as well as the Philosophy of Science Association.
Free and open to the public. Registration is required.