Events altered, postponed in light of COVID-19

The department of psychology is closely monitoring the evolving COVID-19 situation and altering planned events in accordance with Stanford policy. For now, we have postponed departmental colloquia through early April. If you are interested in attending events in the near future, please double check to see whether they are still being held. 
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SPARQ launches new racial literacy toolkit, RaceWorks

Developed with Stanford’s Center for Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity, the RaceWorks toolkit provides educators and facilitators with multimedia tools to have better informed, more meaningful conversations about race with students and coworkers. The toolkit leverages insights from research that shows how people “do race,” and how we can put this way of understanding race to work to “undo racism.” RaceWorks features SPARQ Faculty Co-Directors Jennifer Eberhardt and Hazel Rose Markus, as well as Faculty Affiliates Paula Moya and Jeanne Tsai, along with a wide range of experts.
Alia Crum wins Early Career Award from the Social Personality Health Network

Alia Crum was awarded the Early Career Award from the Social Personality Health Network (SPHN) at the 2020 SPSP Health Preconference. The award is given each year to "a junior scholar who has made exceptional contributions to the field."
Dr. Jennifer Eberhardt delivers public lecture on racial bias

Dr. Eberhardt is a social psychologist at Stanford specializing in research regarding racial bias. At the Stanford Department of Psychology's first-ever annual public lecture, Dr. Eberhardt spoke about her research and her newest book, Biased. 
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