2015 bMRI Symposium on Motivation, Friday, Nov. 6Admin 2015.10.19 57920
You are invited!
Prof. Ellen Usher
Associate Professor of Department of Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology, University of Kentucky
“The Fruits and Roots of Self-Efficacy”
Prof. Tim Urdan
Professor of Department of Psychology, Santa Clara University
“The Intersection of Identity and Academic Motivation: A Consideration of Conscious and Non-Conscious Processes"
Prof. Mimi Bong
Professor of Educational Psychology, Korea University
“Why Do Adolescents Strive to Achieve at School? “A Renewed Look at the Achievement Goal Construct”
You are cordially invited to the 2015 bMRI Symposium on Motivation, hosted by the BK21+ Project Group of Edu-hub in Asia and organized by the Brain and Motivation Research Institute (bMRI) of Korea University.
At this year’s symposium, three internationally renowned motivation researchers will deliver their keynote addresses on “Identity, Self-Efficacy, and Goals in Adolescent Motivation.”
The symposium will be held on Friday November 6th at 2 pm at the Conference Hall (#203) in the Uncho-Useon Education Building. Please refer to the attached brochure for detailed information.
We trust the symposium will present a valuable learning opportunity for all. Please come join us.
Sung-il Kim, Mimi Bong, and Johnmarshall Reeve
bMRI The Brain and Motivation Research Institute, Korea University
*There is no fee for participating in the symposium. A booklet containing copies of the PowerPoint slides will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis.
**To reserve your seat, please e-mail your name, affiliation, and position to email@example.com by November 4th (Wed).