Faculty News and Notes 10-19-17
Dana S. Dunn, professor of psychology, gave a webinar titled “Rehabilitation Psychology and the Foundational Principles” on October 13, 2017. He was invited to do so by invitation of Nova Southeastern University and the Foundation of Rehabilitation Psychology of which he is a board member.
The Foundational Principles are guidelines for professionals and students in rehabilitation psychology. They are designed to advance theory, research, education, and practice.
Professor of Management Santo Marabella's most recent "Office Hours" column for the Reading Eagle, "Are You Being Judgmental? Stop It," discusses the perils of being judgmental in the workplace and how to break the behavior.
Upcoming Faculty Luncheons
October 26: Axel Hildebrandt, Fleeing to the West: The 1978 Airplane Hijacking from Gdansk to West Berlin in Texts, Film and Stasi Files
November 9: Sonia Aziz, From NASA Earth Observations to Cholera Early Warning Systems: A Socio-Economic Valuation
November 30: Craig Atwood, Why Moravian? Comenius, de Schweinitz, and Moravian College
The luncheons begin at 11:45 in the Snyder Room in the HUB. Lunch is served to the first 25 attendees.