Stanford announces IDEAL Provostial Fellows appointments

Jordan Starck will be joining the Department of Psychology as one of five early-career scholars who will be welcomed to Stanford this fall as part of a program to increase research and teaching in race and ethnicity.
In the News
Why Older People Managed to Stay Happier Through the Pandemic

The New York Times recently covered research from Dr. Laura Carstensen's lab showing that over the last year the ability to cope improves with age.
Brain activity data may improve stock market forecasts, study shows

A study by Brian Knuston and his team suggests brain activity may be a better predictor of stock price changes than prior market trends, or the actual stocks people decide to invest in.
‘An army of open science evangelists’: Professors launch Center for Open and REproducible Science

Dozens of professors from Stanford’s science, engineering and humanities departments have come together to launch the Center for Open and REproducible Science, an initiative that seeks to increase the transparency, reproducibility and openness of science. Russell Poldrack, professor of cognitive neuroscience, serves as the project’s director.
Upcoming Events
Registration now open for Stanford Continuing Studies Course "Mindsets Matter"

The Stanford Continuing Studies Course, "Mindsets Matter: Strategies for Improving your Health, Performance, and Wellbeing" is now open. Taught by graduate student & interdisciplinary graduate fellow Kari Leibowitz, this course is open to everyone, with no background in psychology needed.

Monday nights
April 12-May 10
7:00-8:50 PM Pacific
Register here.
America's Black-White Divide: Looking Back, Looking Around, Looking Forward

Join Lawrence Bobo, Henry Louis Gates, Jr., and Claude Steele in conversation with Margaret Levi as they consider questions of this moment in American history and offer insights on the prospects for progress and enduring change that will help us realize a more just and equitable society in our time.

March 18, 2021
1:00 PM Pacific
Register here.
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