CDIRL is a social and cultural psychology lab focused on the study of diversity and inclusion.
Please see the stories below for an overview of the latest happenings in our lab.
• The Kapor Center for Social Impact awards CDIRL grant to mitigate the double bind in computer science.
• Congratulations to Kyneshawau Hurd and Amanda Charbonneau on their UC consortium on Social Science and Law Fellowships Awards.
• Congratulations to Asad Rahim on his ABF/National Science Foundation Doctoral Fellowship in Law and Inequality.
• CDIRL is proud to welcome our newest member JSP doctoral candidate Celina Romano!
• White House announces new initiatives to diversify computer science, including one based on our classroom design research with Sapna Cheryan at UW
• NSF awards $1.5 million to UC team (Kimberlee Shauman , Catherine Albiston, Susan Carlson, and Victoria Plaut) to study gender and racial disparities and conditions mitigating these disparities in STEM faculty hiring
• Victoria Plaut awarded Phi Beta Kappa (Northern CA) Teaching Excellence Award (2015)
• CDIRL is proud to welcome our newest member JSP doctoral candidate Kyneshawau Hurd!
• Congratulations to Dr. Matt Goren for completing his PhD in Psychology!
• Victoria Plaut brings diversity to a global audience at the 2014 World Economic Forum in Tianjin, China.
• Congratulations to Dr. Carla España for completing her PhD in Psychology!
• Congratulations to Dr. Christina Stevens Carbone for completing her PhD in Jurisprudence and Social Policy!
• Congratulations to Dr. Michelle Rheinschmidt Same for completing her PhD in Psychology!
• Congratulations to Dr. Jodi Treadway for completing her PhD in Psychology!
• Congratulations to Christina Stevens who was recently awarded an Emerging Implicit Bias Scholar Award at the Implicit Bias Across the Law conference at Harvard Law School.
• Congratulations to Carla España on receiving a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.
• Congratulations to Christina Stevens who was recently awarded the Berkeley Empirical Legal Studies (BELS) graduate fellowship by the Center for the Study of Law and Society at UC Berkeley Law School for her project “Effects of Diversity Ideologies on Hiring Decisions.”
• Congratulations to Matt Goren who was awarded the University of Georgia Diversity Research Scholarship for his ongoing research and development of a multidimensional model of racial identification.
• Congratulations to Jodi Treadway who was awarded Best Poster at the Society of Southeastern Social Psychologists Conference for her presentation titled “Regional Variation in Values and Well-being.”