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Political science dept chair Nicholas Sambanis talk "Can Shared Norms and Ideas Reduce Ethnic Discrimination?" 3.jpeg
Penn Political Science Chair Nicholas Sambanis is the founder and faculty director of the Penn Identity and Conflict Lab.
Political science dept chair Nicholas Sambanis talk "Can Shared Norms and Ideas Reduce Ethnic Discrimination?" 2.jpeg
Behavioral and Decision Sciences master's student in the College of Liberal and Professional Studies Nicole Grabel, said, "The research is important in that it opens people’s ideas to the idea that discrimination is real, which should be obvious by now but people are still unaware.”
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Sambanis concluded that adherence to social norms can partially reduce anti-immigrant bias even if differences in ethnic or religious appearance remain.
“Social Impacts of Post-Socialist Transition and Policies for the Future” coincided with the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Attendees included economists, political scientists, anthropologists, and scholars from other fields. They were joined by representatives from the World Bank, an external host of the event.
College freshman Diellë Duga, who is in professor Kristin Ghodsee's class, said "The panel was so inclusive."
Engineering sophomores Sydney Baker, Sarthak Jain, Ronak Bhagia, and Arnav Joshi each won a spot on the UA.
Wharton and Engineering sophomore Akash Jain and Engineering junior Claud Detre finished in fifth and sixth with 53 and 22 votes each.
Senior project manager at Intech Construction Zach Baron said the construction noise will decrease from fall 2019 throughout the winter and spring and spike up again during the summer.