ARTHUR VINING DAVIS PRESENTS: EAST WHEELOCK HOUSE MINI SEMINARS WINTER 2017

The You That is You, Truer than True: Lessons in Creating Identity from Homer's Odyssey and Orphan Black
Instructor: Suzanne Lye
How would you describe yourself – in a journal, to a friend, to your parents, to a potential boss? Does it feel like you have to be a different “you” in different situations? Who is the “real” you? In this seminar, we discuss how we create identities through verbal and physical storytelling. We look at strategies and
examples from Homer’s Odyssey and Orphan Black.
Wednesdays, 7-8:30 PM, Feb. 15 and March 1

Boot Camp in Comsumer Neuroscience and Marketing
Instructor: Kimberly Clark
How are firms integrating tools from neuroscience to persuade the consumer? This interactive boot camp will introduce you to the rapidly growing field of neuromarketing. We will discuss the history, present. and future applications of consumer neuroscience as well as its ethical ramifications on the consumer.
Thursdays, Feb. 16 (6:30-7:30 pm), March 2 (schedule TBD), and March 9 (6:30-7:30 pm)

Dartmouth Speaks: The Intercultural Workplace 
Instructor: Alfia Rakova
In the globalized American society there are many jobs where people with different cultural background and languages work together. We will discuss how to work together and develop an understanding of other cultures, and speak with companies with multi-cultural workplaces.
Thursdays, 6:30-8 pm, January 19, 26

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