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  • Haskins and Greer Presented at Clinical Training Conference

    April 28, 2014

    Dr. Deborah G. Haskins, Assistant Professor and Program Director of Counseling, and Dr. Cynthia Greer, Associate Professor of Counseling and Educating for Change, co-presented a talk called, “Problem Gambling Treatment and Post-Traumatic Growth Opportunities for Culturally Diverse Persons, Families, and Communities” at the University of Maryland Center of Excellence on Problem Gambling’s Statewide Clinical Training Conference in Columbia, MD to kickoff National Problem Gambling Awareness Month.  Dr. Haskins continues to serve as President of the Maryland Council on Problem Gambling.

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    Goldberg Published New Book

    April 21, 2014

    Dr. Roberta Goldberg, Professor and Program Chair of Sociology, recently published her new book, Understanding Comtemporary Social Problems through Media, with Paradigm Publishers.  According to the publisher, Goldberg “uses a multi-media approach to critically examine the most significant and volatile issues of our times: the environmental crisis, upheavals in the developing world, health, terrorism, and technology” so that students can “appreciate the magnitude of the problems of the twenty-first century as they develop the intellectual tools to understand them—sociologically and personally.”  The textbook is available for purchase through the Paradigm and on Amazon.

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    Moitra Chosen as a New Case Scholar

    April 14, 2014

    Dr. Karobi Moitra, Clare Boothe Luce Assistant Professor of Molecular Biology, has received notice of a few achievements recently:

    • She was chosen as a New Case Scholar for the Science Case Network (S.C.N.).  She will work with her S.C.N. mentor, Dr. Clyde Herreid (S.U.N.Y., Buffalo), to develop a new case and pilot it in a course.  With the travel award that came with her selection, she will then present her findings either at the joint SCN/BioQUEST Summer Workshop (June 2014) or the 2014 American Society of Microbiology Conference for Undergraduate Educators (May 2014).  Further information about her particular case can be found in her S.C.N. profile.
    • Dr. Moitra will also present a 1-hour concurrent session as well as a poster at the Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching and Learning, which will be held in Bethesda, MD this May 29-June 1.  Her concurrent session is titled, “The Call of the Story: Innovative Approaches in STEM Classrooms,” and an overview is available on the conference website.  Her poster is titled, “Teaching Strategies in the Sciences: The Ancient Art of Storytelling,” and an abstract is also available online.
    • Lastly, Dr. Moitra will present a poster titled, “Let’s Hunt for Genes: Introduction of Genome Annotation into Undergraduate Research,” at the 2014 Council on Undergraduate Research Conference.  This 16th national conference (“Creating the Citizens of Tomorrow: Undergraduate Research for All”) will be held in Washington, DC from June 28 – July 1, 2014.

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    Dahlman Earns Graduate Certificate in Health Care Education

    April 7, 2014

    Prof. Jennifer Dahlman (Assistant Professor of Nursing) recently earned her Graduate Certificate in Health Care Education from Regis University.  As part of the curriculum, she completed a practicum last summer at Georgetown University.

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    Ocampo Will Present at Mid-Year Conference on Religion and Spirituality

    March 31, 2014

    Dr. Carlota Ocampo (Associate Provost and Associate Professor of Psychology) will present a co-authored paper entitled “Influence of a Common Religious Faith on Somatization and Symptom Interpretation in a Cross-Cultural Roman Catholic Sample” (So, D., Tyler, F., and Ocampo, C.) on April 26th at the 12th Annual Mid-Year Conference on Religion and Spirituality in La Mirada, CA.  The conference is co-sponsored by APA Division 36 and Biola University.

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