27 November 2014, 14:00 — 15:00
WISP Open #2: What Can Neuroscience Tell Us About the Development of Empathy?
You are invited to take part in another free lecture:
What Can Neuroscience Tell Us About the Development of Empathy?
Kalina Michalska, PhD
27/11/14 (Thu), 14:00-15:00
Room 412 (4th floor)
Faculty of Psychology, Stawki 5/7, Warsaw
Event organized by the Academic Section of WISP Students' Union.
25 November 2014, 15:15 — 16:00
Cultural determinants of sexism in Poland
You are invited to take part in the next Scientific Tuesday meeting entitled "Cultural determinants of sexism in Poland" by Dr Jasia Pietrzak and Małgorzata Mikołajczak.
When: 25 Nov, 15:15Where: room 1
Abstract:Although stereotypes about women have been changing in recent decades, basic gender inequalities remain intact. How do we reconcile the perception of women as competent, able, assertive individuals with the continued bias against them in positions of leadership? To explain this riddle, we focus on Poland, where...
20 November 2014, 13:45 — 15:05
WISP Open #1: Psychological Perceptions of Beauty
Room 74 (2nd floor)
The Academic Section of the WISP Student Union is inviting you to take part in a lecture by Felix de Beaumont, PhD. It is a unique possibility to meet him for those who did not manage to sign up for his course this year!
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06 November 2014, 18:00
Meeting for those who are interested in forming the WISP Student Committee within the Faculty Student Government
The Student Government invites all interested WISP Students for a meeting of the WISP Student Committee. If you have ideas and want to make (better) things happen, please come and choose who exactly will represent you in the Student Government. Experience is not needed, just enthusiasm, ideas and good will :)
Where and when: Thursday, 06 Nov, 18:00, room 1.
05 November 2014, 12:00 — 13:30
Meeting for 1st-year (and transfer) Students
Dear 1st-year and other new Students,
The Student Government will meet you on Wed, 05 Nov, at 12:00, room 405 (right after your Research Methods class). You will hear things about the Faculty and the University, some things about your rights and duties, where to go for help, what to do if you have an idea to organize something, some tips about insurance etc. It is really worth going especially at the beginning of your...