News 2014

IPS Welcomes Jonathan Pierce

Jonathan Pierce joins the Institute of Public Service as an assistant professor. His scholarship centers on policy design, comparative policy analysis, political advocacy, and natural resource policy and development.
Mar 24, 2014

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McCullough Joins MSAL Program

Brian McCullough joins the faculty in the Master of Sport Administration and Leadership program. His research focuses on environmental management of sport organizations and spectator environmental behaviors.
Mar 24, 2014

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Adame Publishes in Qualitative Research Journal

Psychology Professor Alexandra L. Adame published "Fostering Dialogue in Psychology:The Costs of Dogma and Theoretical Preciousness" in the Qualitative Research in Psychology.
Mar 17, 2014

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Theology and Religious Studies Welcomes Michael Jaycox

Michael P. Jaycox joins the faculty in the Theology and Religious Studies Department as assistant professor. His scholarship focuses on theological ethics in the Catholic tradition.
Mar 17, 2014

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Derr Publishes on Social Services and Immigrants

Social Work Professor Amelia Seraphia Derr explored how social services providers understand the importance of incorporating new immigrants into their communities in "How Do Social Service Providers View Recent Immigrants."
Mar 14, 2014

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Ring to Discuss Pink Washing

Communication Professor Caitlin Ring will present "Pink Washing: The Direct Business of Selling Breast Cancer" on April 16 as this year's Sharon James lecture.
Mar 12, 2014

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Moe-Lobeda's Book Inaugurates National Book Club

The Network of Spiritual Progressives has chosen Cynthia Moe-Lobeda's book "Resisting Structural Evil: Love as Ecological and Economic Vocation" for its initial book club offering. The group provides an online opportunity for individuals to read, comment, and discuss the same book.
Mar 12, 2014

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Zeff Featured in Social Work Manual

Social Work Professor Riva Zeff wrote about field placements for students in a new guide on best practices for designing, implementing, and maintaining an effective field education program.
Mar 5, 2014

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Forensic Psychologist Meloy to Conduct Threat Assessment Program

Internationally known forensic psychologist Dr. J. Reid Meloy. Meloy, who is an expert in the areas of violent crime, psychopathy, stalking, erotomania, sexual homicide, serial and mass murder, and threat assessment, will present “Advanced Threat Assessment and Management” on May 2, 2014.
Feb 18, 2014

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LeRoux Scholar Focuses on Interreligious Dialogue

Jesuit educator Heru Prakosa, SJ, presents "To Be Religious Is to Be Interreligious: An Experience In Challenging Oneself to Go Beyond Comfort Zone" on Feb.19, announced Prof. Catherine Punsalan-Manlimos, director of the Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture.
Feb 14, 2014

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