"Interpersonal Neurobiology of Social Sustainability and Change"
Location: The Women’s Resource Center
Marion Sharp is the Program Manager of the Continuing Education Department and Coordinator of the Social Sustainability Colloquium at Portland State University. Her interests are interpersonal neurobiology, social neuroscience, neurobiology of attachment, affect regulation, trauma, learning and the brain, and mirror neurons.
Angela Hamilton completed her master's degree at PSU in Educational Leadership and Policy with an emphasis on Leadership for Sustainability Education. Her research and applied interests include sustainability leadership, pedagogy, learning outcomes, integrating living systems design into curriculum, intergenerational learning partnerships for moving toward eco-consciousness, and eco-consciousness as a driver of sustainability wisdom. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Hosted By: The Women’s Resource Center and the Social Sustainability Colloquium