Monthly Archives: January 2015
Joseph Stoutzenberger, PhD, Professor of Religious Studies, was interviewed by Father Dave Dwyer for “Busted Halo with Fr. Dave Dwyer” on The Catholic Channel of Sirius XM Radio. Dr. Stoutzenberger spoke about his book titled Looking to St. Francis: The Man from Assisi and His Message of Hope for Today. The interview was aired January […]
Dr. Nicole Stokes-DuPass, Associate Dean and Associate Professor, School of Arts and Sciences, has two new books published. They are Integration and New Limits on Citizenship: Denmark and Beyond (2014) with Palgrave MacMillan (released January 2015) (http://www.palgrave.com/page/detail/integration-and-new-limits-on-citizenship-rights-nicole-stokesdupass/?K=9781137469045) and Citizenship, Belonging and Nation-States in the 21st Century (2015) edited with Ramona Fruja of Bucknell University. Dr. […]
Dr. Stacy McDonald, Associate Professor of Psychology, Coordinator of Social and Behavioral Sciences and Dr. Megan Meyer, Associate Professor of Psychology, presented original research at the 37th Annual Teaching of Psychology (NITOP) conference held in St. Pete Beach, FL in January 2015. Their research focused on the influence of peer-evaluation on oral presentation performance in […]
Dr. Diane Shea, Associate Professor in Holy Family’s Graduate Program in Counseling Psychology, is the author of the newly released “Cognitive Behavioral Approaches for Counselors”. This book is written from the common factors perspective. It is a scholarly yet engaging book introduces the historical development, process, evaluation, and application methods of Albert Ellis’ Rational Emotive […]
Helen Hoffner, EdD, Professor of Education, had an article published in the Kappa Delta Pi Record. The article is titled “Handwriting: A Stroke of Confidence” and was published in the Kappa Delta Pi Record, Vol 50, No. 4.
Pamela Flynn’s traveling art exhibit, Considering Harm, will be exhibited at The Gallery @ Convergence, 1801 N. Quaker Lane, Alexandria, VA. The exhibit will run from February 6 – March 21, 2015. The Opening Reception is February 21, 2015, 6 – 8 PM. Considering Harm is an art exhibit that focuses on the issue of […]