Upcoming Faculty Teaching Visit with Craig Smith, Associate Professor in Psychology and Human Development Friday January 30th
Craig Smith is Associate Professor of Psychology and Human Development as well as Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies at Peabody College. In PSY-PC 1700, he works with students to understand how the ways we perceive the world impact a variety of cognitive processes, guiding the students through considerations of the social construction of reality and how it affects human behavior. In this teaching visit, students are beginning a unit on prejudice and discrimination. Craig will use a combination of lecture and discussion to help students consider the nature of racial stereotypes and how they are related to normal cognitive processes. In the post-visit discussion, we may discuss ways in which Craig structures the class to allow safe and open discussion about this and other difference- and power-related topics in the course.
Date: Friday, January 30th
Time: 11:10-1:25 (class, 11:10-12:25; discussion, 12:25-1:25)
Class location: Hobbs 100A
Discussion location: TBA
Facilitator: Joe Bandy
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