Inaugural Lecture by Richard Crisp, Professor of Psychology, Aston Business School.
Date: Wednesday 20th May 2015
Time: 6.30pm start with tea and coffee from 6.00pm.
A free buffet will follow the lecture.
Venue: Sumpner Lecture Theatre, 6th Floor, Main Building, Aston University, Birmingham, B4 7ET (Just a short walk from Birmingham City Centre)
About the lecture
Our societies are defined by difference and diversity. Some argue this diversity brings disharmony, others that it fosters tolerance and mutual respect. In this lecture, Professor Richard Crisp will discuss the psychological science that changes the parameters of this debate. He will show how understanding ‘the social mind’ can help promote intercultural exchange, and how, in turn, this can have benefits that extend beyond intercultural relations, enhancing individuals’ confidence, creativity, productivity and performance.
Reasons to attend
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The lectures are open to the general public and there is no entry charge.
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