Are you feeling overwhelmed with everything on your plate lately?
So are we!
Join us for a conversation with Leidy Klotz and Evan Nesterak as they discuss the science of human behavior.
Learn tips about how to reduce everything from your to-do list to your carbon emissions from these two authors and scientists.
Hosted by Fountain Bookstore owner Kelly Justice with audience Q&A afterward.
Leidy Klotz is the Copenhaver Associate Professor at the University of Virginia, where he is appointed in the Schools of Engineering, Architecture, and Business. He co-founded and co-directs the university's Convergent Behavioral Science Initiative, which engages and supports applied, interdisciplinary research. Klotz earned a highly selective CAREER award from the National Science Foundation, one of the NSF's first awards through its INSPIRE program, and over $7 million in competitive research funding. He advises influential decision-makers that straddle academia and practice, working with the Departments of Energy and Homeland Security, the National Institutes of Health, Resources for the Future, ideas42, and Nature Sustainability. A columnist for the Behavioral Scientist, Klotz has written for venues such as Science, Nature, Fast Company, and The Daily Climate.
Evan Nesterak is the co-founder and editor-in-chief of the Behavioral Scientist, a non-profit digital magazine that examines the world through the science of human behavior. Previously, he led the Mindset Assessment Project, an initiative designed to bring rigorous psychological research into the world of sport, and worked with Angela Duckworth at the University of Pennsylvania on character development research. Originally from Colorado, he currently lives in Prague, Czech Republic.
If you're curious about human behavior and decision making, visit behavioralscientist.org.