Women in Cognitive Science Canada and presentation by Dr. Debra Titone
Dr. Debra Titone, Canada Research Chair in Language and Multilingualism (Tier I) and Associate Vice-Principal Research at McGill University, and co-founder of Women in Cognitive Science Canada (NSERC/CSBBCS funded), gave a presentation entitled “Women in Cognitive Science Canada: A Grass-roots Effort to Foster Disciplinary Equity and Inclusivity” at UPEI on Tuesday, July 18.
The presentation was given under the auspices of the UPEI Department of Psychology; the faculties of Arts, Science, Business, and Sustainable Design Engineering; and the Office of the Associate Vice-President Research and Dean of Graduate Studies, in conjunction with the Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science, and Women in Cognitive Science Canada (WICS-C).
UPEI faculty members, student researchers, and future graduate students attended the talk, which was followed by a live stream from the annual meeting of the Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science, University of Guelph, which included the WICSC awards presentations, and a Tri-Agency awards panel and question and answer period about grant and scholarship applications. The live stream was hosted by the WICSC trainee board.