Communication and Outreach
I am engaged in a number of initiatives aimed at communicating psychological research and disseminating research findings to both lay and expert audiences. I highlight a few of the projects and events I am and have been fortunate to be involved in here.
Economic & Social Research Council Cambridge Student Conference
Part of 4-member team organising yearly graduate conference for Economic and Social Research Council Doctoral Training Program open to students in the social sciences studying at Cambridge University. Developed theme, call for papers & conference communications to reach 5000+ students. See the conference website here.
Cambridge Social Psychology Seminar Series
Collaborating with fellow PhD student David Young to coordinate a weekly social psychology seminar series that hosts national and international speakers in areas of social psychology.
Speaker and Panelist at UK Government Department Conference on Misinformation
Invited to give a talk on the psychology of misinformation and strategies to resist persuasion. Part of panel on interventions to tackle misinformation.
Public Lecture on Coercion and Fake News at Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge University
Invited to give a talk on the psychology of coercion and misinformation at Lucy Cavendish College as part of Coercion Lecture Series organised by Senior Tutor Dr. Jane Greatorex. Invited to write chapter based on lecture in a book on Coercion.
Reviewer at Cambridge Journal of Science and Policy
Supporting the publication of journal by evaluating quality and accuracy of research of article submissions on policy and psychology and provided feedback to authors