- Date: –11:00
- Lecturer: Tinu Cornish, Psychologist, SeaChange, UK
- Organiser: Department of Physics and Astronomy
- Contact person: Karin Schönning
Seminar series on equal opportunities: Part 6
The registration for the seminar is open here https://indico.uu.se/event/946/ . You will receive an email with the zoom coordinates upon registration.
According to a review on unconscious bias training, the effectiveness benefits from asking the participants to complete an implicit association test before the training. We therefore recommend the participants of this webinar to take a Gender/Science Implicit Association Test which can be found on the Harvard Implicit Association Website:
The test takes no longer than 10 minutes to complete.
The speaker, Tinu Cornish, is one of the UK’s leading diversity psychologists. She uses behavioural science to empower organisations to design innovative and effective diversity and inclusion interventions. Tinu Cornish supports organisations to deliver comprehensive organisational change frameworks and charters that successfully ensure the progression of women and Black and Minority Ethnics (BMEs). She has co-authored two scientific evidence reviews on the topic, most recently for the Equality and Human Rights Commission. She facilitates career and leadership development for women and minority ethnic individuals based on cutting edge research. Tinu Cornish is founder and Chair of the Diversity and Inclusion at Work Group, sponsored by the Division of Occupational Psychology of the British Psychological Society and is the co- editor of the group’s publication ‘The Psychology of Ethnicity in Organizations’.