Zooming in, zooming out
On the challenge to cross academic boundaries
|15.45 uur||Kouwerzaal open|
|16.00 uur||Opening door Henk Kiers, decaan Faculteit GMW|
|Introductie sprekers door Carla Vlaskamp, dagvoorzitter|
|16.10 uur||Jeremy Dillmann, honours student Faculty BSS|
|16.20 uur||Cliodhna O’Connor (University College London)|
|Discussie met de zaal olv dagvoorzitter|
|17.30 - 19.30 uur||Borrel, hapje en muziek in de kantine of in de tuin|
|Opening expositie gARTen#05 met foto's medewerkers en studenten|
Cliodhna O’Connor is a social psychologist currently completing her PhD in the Division of Psychology & Language Sciences, University College London. Her research focuses on public engagement with science. She is currently co-investigator on a grant awarded by the Faraday Institute at St Edmund's College, Cambridge, which explores the popularisation of neuroscientific knowledge and its implications for social life and common-sense beliefs. Her other areas of interest include public understanding of economic and environmental issues.
Publications Cliodhna O’Connor via Academia.edu
Jeremy Dillmann, Honours Student Psychology, Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences, University of Groningen
Jeremy is a 2nd year psychology student who grew up in the United States and Germany. His interests are advantages and disadvantges of interdisiciplanary approaches in Academia as well as group dynamics and complex social phenomena. He was privileged to take part in the University of Groningen Honours Program which he highly recommends for students seeking an insight into research.
Humpty Dumpty, The advantages of an interdisciplinary approach in academia / Honours Review, nr 1 (2013) - http://issuu.com/honoursreview/docs/hr_1_website
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