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As Berkeley commemorates 150 Years of Women, we celebrate two exemplary psychology Ph.D. alumnae who are working for the public good at a time of misinformation and shocking disparities. Laura Helmuth, Editor in Chief, Scientific American, and Sybil Madison, Deputy Mayor, Education and Human Service, Chicago will reflect on lessons from psychology that inform science reporting and city governance to promote equity. They will also share their experience as women forging novel career pathways.
Q&A will be moderated by Arianne Eason, Assistant Professor of Psychology, and Jennifer Pearlstein, Ph.D. Candidate in Clinical Science.