An article describing a course in the social
impact of science (fulfilling the U1 LinC requirement)
developed and taught
by Dana Dunn, professor of psychology, will appear in the
journal Teaching of Psychology. “Teaching About the
Origins of Behavior: A Course on Evolutionary and Cultural
Psychology” describes the effect of recent research
on the nature/nurture debate. Dana taught the course last
fall and will do so again in Fall 2003.
Btw, Dana is acting
chair of the Philosophy Department this year.
assistant professor of nursing, presented the findings
of her doctoral dissertation, “The Meaning
of the Experience of Living with Spinal Cord Injury for
the Family Unit,” at the 15th annual scientific
sessions of the Eastern Nursing Research Society, May
27-29 at Yale
Linda Heindel, just-retired dean of continuing
and graduate studies, received a plaque for “outstanding
contribution to continuing education” June 6 from
the Association for Continuing Higher Education, Region
IV. Linda has won
the association’s service award twice, after being
chair in 1994-95 and again in 1997-98.