Dr. Ray Adomaitis, Assistant Professor of Counseling, has been selected to be this year’s recipient of the C. Harold McCully Counselor Educator Recognition Award to be presented at the 44th Annual Conference of the District of Columbia Counseling Association. Dr. Adomaitis will also be a part of a panel on Crisis and Trauma Counseling, while students in Trinity’s Counseling Program, which Dr. Adomaitis directs, will also participate in the March conference held in the District.
Dr. Deborah Harris-O’Brien, Associate Professor of Psychology, was an invited panelist for a forum sponsored by the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities. The series was titled “Women Artists/Women Healing: Multicultural Narratives of Trauma and Survival,” and the session in which Dr. Harris-O’Brien participated was “Intimate Betrayal: Voices of Survival.”
Dr. Robert Maguire, Assistant Professor of International Affairs, recently published a United States Institute of Peace Brief describing the challenges needed to end poverty in Haiti.
Dr. Jacqueline Padgett, Associate Professor of English, presented her paper “En-graving and the Incarnational Aesthetic of Toni Morrison” at Howard University’s Heart’s Day Conference on Toni Morrison.
Dr. Sharon Shafer’s “Breaking the Glass Ceiling: From Domestic Music to Pulitzer Prize” will be published in the Winter issue of Pan Pipes, the magazine of Sigma Alpha Iota Music Fraternity. Dr. Shafer is Professor Emerita of Music.
Assistant Professor of English Wendy Thorbjornsen’s piece “Black and White Like Us” appears in the February 5 issue of UrbanFaith.com.