Building a Culture of Teamwork in Higher Education: Lessons from Simulated Space Exploration
Have a job with bosses and colleagues you need to succeed with?
What if you had to work together in a cubicle for 3 years without escape? This is what Mars will be like.
Come see what Dr. Richard Addante, Assistant Professor of Psychology, learned testing it at NASA and what can we all do better to make our everyday missions on Earth succeed.
Date: April 11, 2019
Time: 12:30 – 2:00 P.M.
Location: PL-5005 (Library Multimedia Center)
Professor Addante serves as the Director of CSUSB’s EEG Research Lab, studying learning, memory, and brain states. He earned a BA in Psychology from the College of Jersey and a PhD in Neuroscience from UC Davis as a Pre-doctoral Diversity Fellow of the American Psychological Association, followed by a 3-year Post-doctoral fellowship in neuroimaging at UTSW Medical School. He is a Captain in the Civil Air Patrol, and was a Mission Specialist for NASA on the Human Exploration Research Analog (HERA XIV) at Johnson Space Center.
For more information, contact Robie Madrigal, Pfau Library, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (909) 537-5104.