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The McGill-UofT Wellbeing Seminar hosts a series of open online talks and discussions with leading researchers in the realm of wellbeing across a variety of disciplines. This seminar series, held at noon on the first (or occasionally second) Monday of every month seeks to accomplish two goals:
First, it provides an opportunity for discourse and community in the quickly growing field of wellbeing science that is spread across a range of institutions. Conveniently scheduled for researchers in the Americas and accessible to Europe and other timezones, these seminars allow researchers distantly located to exchange ideas and expose young researchers around the world to the state-of-the-art in wellbeing science, no matter their institution.
Second, we take an interdiscplinary perspective to match the particular nature of wellbeing science. As researchers in economics, psychology, sociology, public health, and policy are exposed to each other’s research, there is promise for collaborations that will improve wellbeing work in each of these fields.
All are welcome to attend. Events are hosted online, using the Zoom platform from noon-1pm Toronto/Montreal/New York time, 9am in Vancouver/San Francisco, 5pm in London (subject to occasional timezone changes). ‘Doors’ open on the hour, the seminar begins five minutes after the hour and runs for 55 minutes.