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Levitt Center

By Invitation Only
Kirner-Johnson (KJ) 202 Computer Classroom, Map #14
Training for the VITA program.

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By Invitation Only
Kirner-Johnson (KJ) 202 Computer Classroom, Map #14
Training for the VITA program.

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Levitt Center Conference Room, Kirner-Johnson Building (KJ), Map #14
Kicking off the 2020 Election Series, this lunch discussion will present some recent research on how prejudice influences voting behavior. Henry Platt Bristol Professor of Economics Ann Owen and Andrew Wei '20 analyzed Google Trends data from 2004 to 2015 to identify and quantify areas with high levels of hostile sexism and examine sexism's impact on su...

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Open to Off Campus Guests
Levitt Center Conference Room, Kirner-Johnson Building (KJ), Map #14
Levitt Center Food & Sustainability Lunchtime Speaker Series

Food, Ignorance, and Injustice: How do we actually know what we’re eating, and why does it matter?   In this talk Professor Alex Plakias will explain the philosophical reasons for being skeptical about what we’re eating, and why this skepticism is a problem.     Plea...

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Levitt Center Conference Room, Kirner-Johnson Building (KJ), Map #14
Chauncey Truax Post-Doctoral Fellow and Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy Megan Dean's research focuses on ethical issues related to eating and particularly on the ways eating contributes to how we shape our Selves, examining how the way in which and what we eat influence our conceptions of agency and self-understanding. This discussion is part...

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Levitt Center Conference Room, Kirner-Johnson Building (KJ), Map #14
Voters on the Couch: Why We Should be Wary of Psychoanalyzing the ElectorateContinuing the Levitt Election 2020 Lunch Series, Lecturer in Government Joel Winkleman will host this lunch discussion exploring the temptation many people have to overly psychologize voters and voting behavior. He will make the case for why we ought to be cautious abo...

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  Are you feeling over-stimulated? Looking for ways to escape the deluge of information in the digital age? Or do you just need some good techniques to pull yourself away from your phone every once in a while?   Sarah-Marie Hopf has traveled around the world studying and developing innovative ventures using the principles of human-...

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Kirner-Johnson (KJ) 236, Map #14
  Are you feeling over-stimulated? Looking for ways to escape the deluge of information in the digital age? Or do you just need some good techniques to pull yourself away from your phone every once in a while?   Sarah-Marie Hopf has traveled around the world studying and developing innovative ventures using the principles of human-centered design. Her c...

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