Out Thinkers @ St Andrews (in association with Pride in STEM) will showcase the talent of our LGBTIQ+ researchers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), providing a platform where people can talk about their exciting research while truly being themselves and celebrating that STEM is for everyone.
The School of Psychology & Neuroscience, supported by the University’s Equality, Diversity & Inclusion team, invite staff and students to come and listen to our incredible LGBTIQ+ researchers talking about their research at St Andrews in talks entitled: ‘Do chimpanzees understand how others see the world? How do children’s views on fairness vary across cultures? How are human-computer interfaces changing? What are quantum materials and why are they useful? Can we harness the power of sunlight to drive chemical reactions?’
The talks will be followed by a short Q&A session, where audience members will have the opportunity to ask questions and raise comments. A networking reception, with food and drink, will be held after the talks in the School foyer on the ground floor.
This event is open to everyone, no matter your sexual orientation or gender, and the aim is to make the talks accessible to both science and non-science audience members.
To help us manage numbers for catering purposes, please book a free ticket.
If you require disabilities access to the lecture theatre, please email in advance (firstname.lastname@example.org), so that we can ensure the relevant resources are in place. The lecture theatre has an induction loop.