Diane Halpern: Gender Differences in Cognition and Their Implications for Undergraduate and Graduate STEM Education
Diane F. Halpern is an American psychologist and past-president of the American Psychological Association (APA). She is the McElwee Family Professor of Psychology at Claremont McKenna College. Dr. Halpern’s work is considered groundbreaking and pivotal, especially with respect to critical thinking, gender differences in cognition, and balancing work and family. She is a prolific author and editor with over 20 books and hundreds of book chapters and other scholarly publications.
Dr. Pearl Tsang is a biochemist at the University of Cincinnati focusing on the elucidation of structure-function relationships of proteins, nucleic acids and bimolecular complexes. Dr. Tsang conducts her research in the Tsang lab where the biophysical and spectroscopic protein techniques are studied.