Date: February 23, 2017,
Time: 8 to 10pm (doors open at 7:30pm)
Place: Duke Coffeehouse [map] (Parking is free in front of the Coffeehouse after 5pm on weekdays. )
Description: WNCU 90.7 FM and The Measure of Everyday Life present “When Worlds Meet: The Social Science of Intergroup Encounters!”
Want a behind-the-scenes look at radio production? Ever wondered how your favorite podcasts are created? Curious how to make social science research engaging? Looking for something cool to do on a Thursday night?
If you’ve answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, please consider joining Duke Professors Sarah Gaither and Brian Southwell, host of The Measure of Everyday Life, as they preview an upcoming episode of the radio show. Sarah Gaither, a professor of neuroscience and psychology, will discuss her cutting edge work on interracial relations and perceptions of racial difference.
The event will also include the debut of a story on the refugee experience by Duke graduate, McCall Wells. The preview will be followed by an interactive Q&A session with Professor Gaither.
Come get FREE coffee and tea while it’s hot! We’ll see you there.
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