Prof Emma Flynn
A developmental and comparative psychologist, Professor Flynn is a leader in her research field, with multiple international and inter-disciplinary collaborations. Her core research concern is how humans acquire their culture, and how culture changes.
She gained a BSc in Psychology from the University of Southampton in 1995 and a PhD from the University of Nottingham in 2001.
The author of 40 peer-reviewed journal articles, Professor Flynn is a Member of the ESRC Review College and an Editorial Board member of the Journal of Experimental Child Psychology.
Our speakers will present perspectives on the importance of prosperity and resilience within the Higher Education sector. Our community is operating in a very changeable environment: our involvement in future European framework programmes is uncertain; new partnerships are being forged across the globe; financial difficulties and the pressure to perform in assessments and league tables […]
|Speakers:||David Sweeney, Prof Emma Flynn, Vivienne Stern|
|Level:||Open to all|
Enjoyed what you heard in the session but want to find out more? This is your chance to ask questions in a much smaller group, and delve into the topics in more detail.
|Speakers:||David Sweeney, Prof Emma Flynn, Vivienne Stern, Dr Lisa Page|