D.C. McGUIRE speaking at UCSB Friday, May 13: “HUMANITY’S BIG SECOND CHANCE!”

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Additional information –

I speak around the country and internationally, but seldom present in SB. If you’re interested in attending tomorrow, lucky Friday, May 13th, here are some driving instructions, and a campus map. Still, leaving plenty of time, and bread crumbs are always
recommended 🙂


Parking is closest at lot 22 or parking structure 27. Walk past the front of the Event Center, and you’re at the School of Humanities and Social Sciences (SHSS) Inside, take the elevator to the 6th floor, go to your right and you should find yourself at the McCune Conference Room! There will be good coffee and pastries waiting!

My panel is at 9:00 and will be completed at 10:30. Looking forward to it!


Friday, May 13th, you’re invited to UCSB to listen in on a talk  I’ll be presenting about “Humanity’s Big Second Chance!“.  Based on exciting discoveries in neuroscience, I’ll be offering new ideas about how we can take control of our brains to intentionally chose what we feel, how we think, and which behaviors will produce the best possible outcome, for better health, more satisfying relationships, and successful careers, in a safer, saner world!

This is a community event. Everyone welcome. 9:00 – 10:30 AM, “Humanities and the Brain Conference” at UCSB, Rm. 6020, Humanities and Social Services Bldg. (parking garage #27) this Friday! No charge or per-registration required.

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