Social Sciences Expert Speaker Series 2010-11
- November 3, 2010
- Making a difference through research on local and national politics, the economy, and making use of information overload in a digital age
What do the mid-term election results mean for California and the nation? Where do economists stand on nuclear energy, airline mergers, California's Enterprise Zone Program, and the state's high speed rail projections? How do people remember, think, make decisions and use language in an information overloaded digital age? In the second annual Social Sciences Expert Speaker Series, UCI social scientists investigate these and other issues that impact the daily lives of Californians and global citizens. Join us for the second annual Social Sciences Expert Speaker Series to learn how UCI social scientists are making a difference through research on local and national politics, the economy, and making use of information overload in a digital age.
Mid-Term Election Analysis
November 16, 2010
with UCI Political Scientists
Matthew Beckmann | Louis DeSipio
Mark Petracca | Tony Smith | Carole Uhlaner
Economics and Public Policy
February 24, 2011
with UCI Economists
David Brownstone | Jan Brueckner | Fabio Milani | David Neumark
Making Sense of Information Overload
April 14, 2011
with UCI Cognitive Scientists
Michael Lee | Lisa Pearl | Mark Steyvers
All events will be held in Social and Behavioral Sciences Gateway, Room 1517 (bldg 214 on campus map), 7:00–9:00 p.m. Light refreshments will be served.
This series is free and open to the public. Parking is available in SSPS for $2 per hour. Please RSVP to Rosemarie Swatez, email@example.com or 949.824.2511.
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