The 2014 Brisbane Symposium on Self and Identity (BSSI), hosted by the Centre for Research in Social Psychology (CRiSP) in the School of Psychology at UQ, is coming up on Saturday 22nd March.
The BSSI is a free one-day meeting that is designed to bring together academics from South East Queensland, interstate and overseas. It is a forum for the exchange of ideas, the discussion of theoretical and conceptual issues, the presentation of current research, and the establishment and development of research connections in this field.
This year we are pleased to present the following local, interstate and international speakers:
Refreshments and lunch will be provided. There is no registration fee.
The BSSI will be held on Saturday 22nd March in rooms 203/204 on Level 2 of the Psychology McElwain Building (building no. 24A), UQ St. Lucia campus, Brisbane.
For those using public transport, there are the options of catching a bus to the St. Lucia Campus or the City Cat to the “University of Queensland” stop.
The symposium will break for lunch in the middle of the day and there will also be breaks during the morning and afternoon in which refreshments will be provided. In the evening, there will be the traditional symposium party (with nibbles, wine and other drinks provided), which will be held in the Psychology building courtyard.
If you are interested in coming along, please RSVP by March 17 to firstname.lastname@example.org