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Lecture: The Neuroscience of Racial Bias

Feb 2021
17

4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
A virtual event

Join us for the first The Annual Mind and Society Dialogue Lecture: The Neuroscience of Racial Bias with Dr. Jennifer Kubota.

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Join Kamilaand Ed from Health and Wellness for an eight-week,rotating series on how to decreasestress using a variety of mindfulnesstechniques.

The Seminars in Neuroscience lecture series kicks off with The Annual Mind and Society Dialouge Lecture; The Neuroscience of Racial Bias with Dr. Jennifer Kubota. Dr Kabota is an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Psychological and Brain Sciences and Political Science and International Relations at the University of Delaware.

Co-sponsors of this event are the Departments of Education, Politics, Psychology, Modern Languages and Literatures, Latin American and Latinx Studies, African American Studies, Ethics Center, International Relations, Offices of Intercultural Relations, and Faculty Development.

To join this lecture, please request link from Dr. DebBurman at debburman@lakeforest.edu or 847-735-6040.

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Contact Kara Fifield at 847-735-5167 or kfifield@lakeforest.edu at least 72 hours in advance.

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