Free Talk on “Stereotype Threat and Identity Threat” to be held October 27

Stanford University Professor Claude Steele will give a free talk on Stereotype Threat and Identity Threat: the Science of a Diverse Community on Thursday, October 27th at 7pm in the Broyhill Auditorium (Farrell Hall).

The event is scheduled to last 90 minutes and is open to the entire Wake Forest University community – faculty, staff, and students.

There is no cost for this event but please register on the event website by October 7th to guarantee your seat. 

Please feel free to share and invite your colleagues and (if applicable) your students! 

Stanford University Professor Claude Steele will give a free talk on Stereotype Threat and Identity Threat: the Science of a Diverse Community.

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