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Biases, Norms and Culture: A Framework for Understanding Our Responses to a Pandemic
31/07/2020
Biases, Norms and Culture: A Framework for Understanding Our Responses to a Pandemic

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HKUST has co-organized a series of multidisciplinary webinars under the theme “Navigating a World of Disruption”, with our global partners.  On 23 June 2020, Interdisciplinary Programs Office (IPO) has hosted a joint webinar, “Biases, Norms and Culture: A Framework for Understanding Our Responses to a Pandemic”, in partnership with KTH Royal Institute of Technology, to share how people respond to the pandemic from different perspectives—social & cultural, public health, public transportation, urban planning & design.

Below are the speakers from both institutions.

 

Interdisciplinary Programs Office

Prof. King L. CHOW
Acting Dean of Students
The then Director of Interdisciplinary Programs Office

 

Prof. Donald LOW
Professor of Practice, Division of Public Policy
Director, Leadership & Public Policy Executive Education

 

Prof. Zhi NING
Associate Professor, Division of Environment & Sustainability

 

Prof. Kira MATUS
Associate Head, Division of Public Policy
Associate Professor
Division of Public Policy
Division of Environment & Sustainability
Division of Social Science

 

KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Prof. Stefan ÖSTLUND

Vice President for Global Relations

 

Prof. Ann LEGEBY
Professor, Department of Architecture

 

Prof. Erik JENELIUS
Associate Professor, Division of Transport Planning

 

Please visit here to view the full webinar.


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