The first talk this season will be on the 3rd of April at 5pm in the Roberts Building (Room 309) at UCL!
It is free to attend and there will be a chance to chat with the speaker afterwards at a nearby pub.
More information coming soon, so watch this space!
ESRC funded PhD positions at The University of Exeter
Shakti Lamba and Tom Currie are currently advertising two projects for
ESRC-funded PhD studentships at the University of Exeter, Cornwall
Campus to study the effects of demography and migration on cooperation,
and the cultural evolution of economic growth and political stability
More information about these projects can be found through these links:
Effects of demography and migration on cooperation:
Economic Growth & Political Stability:
Those interested can email us at S.Lamba@exeter.ac.uk or
T.Currie@exeter.ac.uk to discuss these opportunities further.
We have chosen to postpone the upcoming talk by Nathan Oesch due to a conflict with the Annual Grant Lecture which we were notified of this week.
We are looking forward to hearing Nathan speak and will be in touch with you regarding the rescheduled date in the coming weeks.
We, the LERN committee, are happy to announce that Nathan Oesch from University of Oxford is coming to speak to us on his recent research.
He will present his paper, “The Dating Mind: Evolutionary Psychology and the Emerging Science of Human Courtship” on March 20th (Wednesday) at UCL . As always, entry is free and all are welcome!
The exact time and location will be announced in the next few days.
We look forward to seeing you all there!