I frequently give academic and public audience talks, as well as talks to governments and intergovernmental organizations, non-profits, and other organizations interested in using social and behavioral science research to improve social and organizational outcomes. To schedule a talk, please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, I will not be traveling to give talks in-person for the foreseeable future (i.e., until there is a vaccine), but I am open to giving talks remotely, and have home studio equipment for that purpose.
I also write essays and op-eds for the general public in which I use behavioral science, intervention science, and meta-science insights to analyze contemporary issues in society, and when appropriate, suggest ways to apply those insights to social problems. Links to those essays are below.
Lewis, N. A., Jr. (2020, September 14). Why Coming Up With Effective Interventions to Address COVID-19 is So Hard. FiveThirtyEight.
Lewis, N. A., Jr. (2020, May 1). How many (and whose) lives would you bet on your theory? The Hardest Science.
Lewis, N. A., Jr. (2019, September 12). On ‘light-touches’ and ‘heavy-hands’: 2 strategies to tackle educational inequities. Brown Center Chalkboard, The Brookings Institution.
Jefferson, H., & Lewis, N. A., Jr. (2018, April 23). Starbucks won’t have any idea whether its diversity training works. The Washington Post.
Oyserman, D., & Lewis, N. A., Jr. (2017, June 12). Can People ‘Like Me’ Go to College? Inequality and Dreams of Higher Ed. The Conversation.