Dr. Deborah Harris-O’Brien -Invited Panelist and SpeakerSeptember 28, 2015
Dr. Deborah Harris-O’Brien, an associate professor of psychology, attended two conferences this summer as an invited panelist and speaker. The first of which, sharing how students could network and find global opportunities in psychology studies. The second, a presentation on cross-cultural psychology teaching, research, and service.
Lavooy, M. Nolan, S. A., Zlokovich, M. S. & Harris-Obrien, D. (2015). Invited panelist: Internationalizing Psychology: A role for students. The American Psychological Society Annual Meeting, New York, New York. (View Program)
Harris-O’Brien, D. (2015). Cross-Cultural Psychology: Adventures in Kyrgyzstan. Invited speaker for The Manhattan Psychological Association and Society for Psychological Study of Social Issues – New York. (View Program)Read comments (0) Add Comment
Kent Kraft Presents Paper at MAA ConferenceSeptember 21, 2015
Math Instructional Specialist, Kent Kraft, gave a paper presentation entitled, “Eliminating Pre-Foundational and Comprehensively Redesigning First-Year General Education Mathematics Courses at Trinity Washington University” at the Mathematical Association of America’s MathFest in Washington, DC on August 5, 2015.Read comments (0) Add Comment
Dr. Elizabeth Child Participates on AAC&U Panel and Proposes Paper for EC-ASECS Annual ConferenceSeptember 14, 2015
Dr. Elizabeth Child, an associate professor of English and program chair, participated in a number of scholarly activities over the summer. In April, Dr. Child was invited by the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) to participate on a panel tasked with evaluating presentation proposals and recommending finalist for the organization’s upcoming annual STEM conference. In May, she spent three days as an invited researcher at the Chawton House Library in Hampshire, England, an internationally recognized center for research on early modern women’s writing. In June, she attended the annual conference of the Children’s Literature Association in Richmond, Virginia. Last, Dr. Child proposed a paper titled, “Re-Imagining Jane Austen in the Instagram Era” for the annual November conference of East Central American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (ASECS). The paper was accepted and the conference will be held at West Chester University in Pennsylvania.Read comments (0) Add Comment
Dr. Cynthia Greer Career Intervention Accepted for PublicationSeptember 3, 2015
Dr. Cynthia Greer, an associate professor of counseling and educating for change, has authored, “Developing a Playlist for Empowerment: Songs in the Key of Your Life”, a chapter in a new book, Career Counseling Interventions: Practice with Diverse Clients. The intervention is designed for men and women 50 years of age and over who are in transition and uses expressive arts by having participants examine their life and create new possibilities with the help of the music from Stevie Wonder’s 1967 album Songs in the Key of Life. The theoretical constructs are based on William Bridges, Donald Super, Sunny Hansen and Steven Covey.
The book is scheduled to be published in 2016 by Springer Publishing in New York.
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Haskins Receives “Unsung Hero Award for Outstanding Service” from NCADDMay 3, 2015
Congratulations to Dr. Deborah Haskins who received, The Unsung Hero Award for Outstanding Service from the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence in Maryland (NCADD). The award was presented at the 2015 Tuerk Conference, Friday, April 17, 2015 at the Baltimore Convention Center.
Dr. Haskins is an Assistant Professor and Program Director of Counseling in the School of Education.
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