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5th Annual Postdoctoral Scholars Research Symposium: Interdisciplinary Research and Collaboration

by Graduate Division

Academic Leadership Professional Postdoctoral Scholars

Wed, Mar 24, 2021

9:30 AM – 4:30 PM PDT (GMT-7)

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This year's theme "Interdisciplinary Research and Collaboration" recognizes collaborative research efforts while also providing the opportunity to foster interdisciplinary collaboration by bringing scholars from different fields together!

Network with Postdocs doing cutting edge research and seeking solutions to complex issues across many fields including education, social, life, physical and medical sciences. The PDA is excited to create a forum for many voices to come together as colleagues sharing the common goal of improving our world and the human condition.



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Daniel Stokols, Ph.D.

Chancellor’s Professor Emeritus

UCI Psychological Science and Urban Planning &Public Policy

My research focuses on the study of people’s transactions with their social and physical environments—especially how they influence personal and public health. My research, classroom teaching, and graduate mentorship at UCI span the fields of social ecology, environmental psychology, urban planning, epidemiology, and public health. Some of my current work is in the ‘science of team science’ and investigates factors that affect the collaborative success of transdisciplinary research and training programs. Other research focuses on the health and behavioral impacts of environmental stressors like traffic congestion, crowding, and information overload; applications of environmental design research to urban planning; and the environmental psychology of the Internet, especially the ways that qualities of virtual life affect people’s behavior and well-being.

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