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Lessons to be learned from the pandemic: online panel discussion, Women in Cognitive Science-Europe

Online panel discussion on Monday 28 November 2022 (16:30-17:30 CET).

The outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic forced scientists worldwide to change the world of work. Lockdown brought an abrupt shift to working from home, research and collaborations moved online, and lab meetings and conferences turned into multiple window screens. Through this panel discussion, Women in Cognitive Science-Europe wants to reflect on the impact of the pandemic on scientific productivity and academic life before closing 2022 and - hopefully - the pandemic. An international panel of cognitive scientists from different stages of the academic career will share their thoughts and experiences with online research, supervision, lab management, work-life balance, and more. What have been the positive and negative effects of living in the COVID-19 times? What lessons are we taking from the pandemic and beyond? The panel presentations will be followed by an open discussion with the audience.

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