About the series

The Behavioral Research Seminar Series is presented by the Tippie Research Office. This series provides a forum for faculty and PhD students who conduct behavioral research to present and discuss their current projects in a low-pressure environment.

Each seminar will focus on a single project in its early stages and time for free discussion will be provided.  The series seeks to promote interdisciplinary connections and dialogue by bringing scholars engaged in various types of behavioral research together.

Who should attend?

All researchers interested in learning about behavioral research, including early career researchers and doctoral students. The value of each seminar for all attendees is increased by interdisciplinary participation, so please attend presentations from outside your field.

Upcoming seminars

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Behavioral Research Seminar Series: Jake Harrison

Wednesday, March 6, 2024 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Pappajohn Business Building
Jake Harrison is a PhD student in Management and Entrepreneurship at the Tippie College of Business. The subject of his presentation is "The Influence of Applicant Job-Hopping Behavior on Hiring Decisions."

Past seminars

Behavioral Research Seminar Series: Kelly O'Berry, Human Subjects Office

Wednesday, February 7, 2024 11:30am to 12:30pm
Pappajohn Business Building
Kelly O'Berry is the Assistant Director of IRB Education and Outreach at the UI Human Subjects Office. The Behavior Research Seminar (BRS) is a low-pressure, safe place for Tippie faculty and PhD students to share new ideas and seek feedback in the early stages of a research project.
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Tippie Research Methods Seminar Series: Seongjoo Min

Tuesday, November 7, 2023 12:00pm
Pappajohn Business Building
Seongjoo Min, Assistant Professor of Economics at the Tippie College of Business, will be discussing "Peer Effect and Network Formation."