Carnegie Mellon University

Seminar Series

The Center for Behavioral and Decision Research hosts a lively seminar series each Fall and Spring in which guests present their past or ongoing research. 

Seminars typically take place in 223D Porter Hall or 4242 Tepper Quad on Thursdays. Seminars are open to all but seating is limited. You are welcome to bring your own lunch.

The official posts for CBDR seminars that include the most up to date, time, and location information can be found on the Pittsburgh Social Sciences Seminar Tracker. For convenience, the schedule of upcoming CBDR seminars is reproduced here.

Past Events

Meaningful Work and Building and Ethical Future

 When: Thursday, Feb. 16 | In-person and open to the public
Where: Carnegie Mellon University, Tepper Quad, Simmons Auditorium

Many seek meaningful work and opportunities to build an ethical future, but what exactly does that look like, and how does that get built? Carnegie Mellon’s Tepper School of Business and the non-profit Ethics in Entrepreneurship present a one-day forum exploring these questions with a diverse range of speakers from industry, academia, and the public sector.

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