Stanford’s Jennifer Eberhardt Is Among the “50 Groundbreaking Scientists”

eberhardtJennifer L. Eberhardt, an associate professor of psychology at Stanford University in California, was selected as one of only 15 women among “50 Groundbreaking Scientists Who are Changing the Way We See the World” by Business Insider.

Dr. Eberhardt’s research focuses on how race impacts police behavior and how it affects sentencing decisions by judges and juries. Dr. Eberhardt has been affiliated with Stanford University since 1998. Previously, she taught at Yale University.

Dr. Eberhardt is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati. She holds a Ph.D. from Harvard University. In 2014, Dr. Eberhardt was named a MacArthur Fellow.

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