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Ervin Staub gave a talk at a 20th commemoration of the Rwandan genocide in Tokyo

Ervin Staub, Laurie Anne Perlman, former foreign minister and current Rwandan Ambassador to Tokyo Charles Murigande, and his wife Rosette.

Dr. Ervin Staub and his wife Laurie Anne Pearlman, a clinical psychologist and his collaborator on projects to promote reconciliation in Rwanda since 1999, gave talks  at a 20th commemoration of the Rwandan genocide in Tokyo on May 25, 2014, here pictured  with former foreign minister and current Rwandan Ambassador to Tokyo Charles Murigande, and his wife Rosette.

Linda Tropp presented as part of the Congressional Seminar series "Psychological Insights into Legislative Issues."

Linda Tropp at Congressional Seminar Series

On May 14, 2014 Dr. Linda Tropp had the honor of presenting social science research on "the Psychology of Prejudice and Discrimination" as part of the Congressional Seminar series "Psychological Insights into Legislative Issues."  This series was organized by the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI) and co-sponsored by our very own local Congressman Jim McGovern (D-MA).

Graduates Ramila Usoof-Thowfeek, Johanna Vollhardt and Rezarta Bilali are part of an international research team.

Ramila Usoof-Thowfeek

Graduates Ramila Usoof-Thowfeek, Johanna Vollhardt and Rezarta Bilali are part of an international research team that received a large 5 year grant from the Swiss National Science Foundation/Swiss Programme for Research on Global Issues and Development for a project entitled:

Fostering Pluralistic Memories and Collective Resilience in Fragile Transitional Justice Processes

Dr. Ervin Staub wins multiple book awards for Overcoming Evil: genocide, violent conflict and terrorism

Dr. Ervin Staub's book Overcoming Evil: genocide, violent conflict and terrorism has won the 2012 Alexander George Book Award of The International Society of Political Psychology for the Best Book Published in 2011 in the Field of Political Psychology, and also won the the 2013 Ursula Gielen Global Psychology Book Award of the International Psychology Division of the American Psychological Association for significant and fundamental contributions to psychology as a global discipline.

Brian Lickel and Rachel Steele in Chile

Brian Lickel, Rachel Stele and colleagues in Chile

Professor Brian Lickel and graduate student Rachel Steele, from the University of Massachusetts, gave a talk on Thursday August 8, 2013 entitled, Social and Psychological Processes Underlying Intergroup Retaliation and Reconciliation kicking off the season of conferences at the School of Psychology, Catholic University of Chile, Interdisciplinary Center for intercultural and Interdisciplinary Studies.

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