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April 7, 2015 3:30p - 5:00p  Foundation 6th Floor Boardroom The Provost's Distinguished Lecture Series featuring Helga Nowotny speaking on the The Cunning of Uncertainty.

"Uncertainty is deeply inscribed in our lives and wanting to know the future has been a constant feature of human history. With big data, the cunning of uncertainty pushes the limits of what can be predicted while reminding us of the unintended consequences of human action. Science thrives at the cusp of uncertainty – what are other, converging ways open for society to embrace it?"  pdf.

Spring 2015 Colloquia

Apr 2, 2015   3:30p - 5:00p USE 125  Sarah Hill, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Texas Christian University; “Evolution, Ecology, & Health: Adaptive Calibration to Scarcity and Illnesses." pdf.

Apr 30, 2015   3:30p - 5:00p USE 125  Eric Hekler, Assistant Professor, School of Nutrition and Health Promotion, ASU; “mhealth Interventions: The Challenges and Opportunities that Digital Technologies Inspire to Psychology.” pdf.

NEWS & SPECIAL EVENTS

Regents Professor Nancy Eisenberg honored as a 2015 Awardee by Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) for her "Distinguished Scientific Contributions to Child Development."  Read More

Nancy Gonzales named as 2015 Arizona Latina Trailblazers Honoree

Psychology's IISBR publishes significant research findings on stress, telomere shortening, and accelerated human aging in prestigious Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). Read More.

  
White specks indicating the effects of stress on telomere length. Image courtesy of NIH.


 

 


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