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Brown Bag Lunch: Denise Driscoll

Brown Bag Lunch: Denise Driscoll
Location:
McElwain Building, 24A, Room 304/305
Start:
12:00pm Wednesday, 27th March 2013
Finish:
1:00pm Wednesday, 27th March 2013

Speaker: Denise Driscoll, PhD. Diversity Consultant LLC and Adj. Assistant Professor, Purdue University.

Career Opportunities for Psychologists Interested in Intergroup Relations

The purpose of the brown bag lunch is threefold: 

1) To present some of the many, and varied, career opportunities that exist for psychology graduates interested in intergroup relations (e.g., diversity, equity, social justice, bargaining and negotiation, cross-cultural communication, social cognition  approach to stereotyping, peace, social identity);

2) To evaluate the pros and cons of some of these career opportunities given your own strengths, weaknesses, preferences, and career goals; and,

3) To discuss whether your knowledge base, experiences, and skill sets have adequately prepared you for those careers that interest you, and if not, what more you’ll need to learn or do.

If you wish to attend this session, please RSVP with your name, student number and “Intergroup Relations” to: 

Again, space is limited to a maximum of 60 people, so attendance will be on a first come, first served basis.

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