Statement of Solidarity with Academics for Peace

The Psychology of Peace and Violence Program stands in solidarity with the signatories of the January 2016 Peace Petition, who are now facing a fresh round of criminal indictments.
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Linda Tropp celebrates publishing of Making Research Matter: A Psychologist's Guide to Public Engagement

The Public Engagement Project presents:
Making Research Matter: ​Sharing Insights on Public Engagement, a celebration of the recently released book, Making Research Matter: A Psychologist's Guide to Public Engagement (Linda Tropp, Editor), for a panel and open discussion on how to engage effectively with diverse public audiences. 

Linda Tropp Edits Psychologist’s Guide to Public Engagement

Psychologist’s Guide to Public Engagement

Linda Tropp has edited a new book “Making Research Matter: A Psychologist’s Guide to Public Engagement.”
The book gathers well-known experts to discuss how researchers can impact a broader audience, by lending their scientific expertise to pressing social issues, current events, and public debates.

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