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Seminar series has participants ‘Questioning Numbers’

“Questioning Numbers,” a seminar series focused on understanding and assessing research evidence, will continue from 1 to 2 p.m. Monday, Jan. 26, in 304 Keller Building on the University Park campus.

 “Questioning Numbers,” a seminar series focused on understanding and assessing research evidence, will continue from 1 to 2 p.m. Monday, Jan. 26, in 304 Keller Building on the University Park campus.

David Passmore, distinguished professor of workforce education and development in the College of Education, developed the series, which consists of eight seminars taking place on selected Mondays during the spring 2015 semester.

The second seminar, set for Monday, Jan. 26, will examine an article on gender roles, leadership and self-confidence. Passmore provides the articles for discussion online prior to the seminar to encourage group discussion during each hour-long seminar.

The seminars are free and do not require preregistration, although participants are asked come to the seminar having read the article for discussion and ready to participate. Passmore also welcomes articles that include quantitative work participants would like to discuss.

For those unable attend the seminars in person, each session is available online via a live stream for PC, Mac, iOS and Android. In addition, each seminar is recorded and uploaded to YouTube.

More information on dates of the remaining seminars, links to articles and recorded sessions can be found at http://passmore.site44.com online.

By (January 2015)