Current & Recent Talks



Teaching Inclusively

2:00 PM- 3:30 PM,815 Alumni Hall

This workshop introduces several principles of inclusivity and offers practical advice for fostering an inclusive university environment through your teaching. Through discussion and workshop exercises, learn how promoting and practicing inclusivity can improve learning outcomes and your relationship with your students, and how the two are closely related. More information here




Alumni Hall, Pitt

Center for Urban Education Summer Educator Forum (CUESEF)'s theme is "Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline: Re-imagining Policies, Practices, and Politics in Education Systems."



Creating and Distributing Basic Surveys Using Qualtrics

10:00 AM- 11:30 AM, Alumni Hall B-26

All Pitt faculty and staff have free unlimited access to Qualtrics, a tool for easily creating sophisticated, anonymous online surveys. These surveys can be used to collect information from your students, get anonymous feedback or evaluation, or for human subjects research. More information here



Provost's Roundtable Discussion on Equity and Diversity in Education

10:45 - 1:00 pm, University Club, Ballroom A

Provost's Roundtable Discussion on Equity and Diversity in Education with Claude Steele, Geoff Cohen, and David Sherman. LRDC is hosting these esteemed researchers on the Pitt campus for the conference, "Self Affirmation: Mechanisms and Theory."



NeuroTech: An Interdisciplinary Early Career Workshop on Tools and Technology in Neuroscience

Call for Submissions Deadline

NeuroTech: January 24-25, 2020, Technological innovation has always played a central role in neuroscientific experimentation and theorizing. NIH’s Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) initiative has directed resources into the development of new technologies in the hope that it will improve, or even revolutionize, our understanding of the brain. See below for details.