February 27, 2009

Minnesota Psychological Association Event

The Minnesota Psychological Association invites psychology students and early career
psychologists to join us for drinks and hors d'oeuvres, a discussion of your most pressing issues, and
A guided tour of the Tetsumi Kudo exhibit at the Walker Art Center

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Posted by rutka005 at 3:21 PM

Employment Opportunities

grad appointment opportunity

Instructional Designer (GA)
The successful candidate will hold or share responsibilities for instructional design projects in the University of Minnesota Libraries. While specific assignments will depend on the candidate's experience and areas of expertise, general responsibilities include:
• Build effective e-learning modules using authoring software (Lectora, Captivate, Camtasia).
• Assess needs, design, development, implementation and evaluation of innovative and effective information literacy training including e-learning, workshops, courses and assignments.
Required qualifications include:
• Experience with instructional design, educational technology, instructional technology, curriculum and instruction, or related field.
Note: This appointment is for Spring semester 2009. It is likely the appointment will continue contingent on funding, academic progress and performance. Please note: Tuition benefits for Spring semester may be prorated for appointments that begin after 01/08/09.

For complete description and requirements and to apply, go to:
https://employment.umn.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=78794

Posted by rutka005 at 2:37 PM

February 20, 2009

Dear CSPP MA and PhD Students:


If you have completed or are planning to complete your degree this academic year, you may want to participate in the Graduate School Commencement Ceremony on May 8, 2009 TO: Graduating CSPP Students

COMMENCEMENT ATTENDANCE APPROVAL FORM

If you intend to participate in the Graduate School Spring Commencement Ceremony, you must complete and have your adviser sign the “Commencement Attendance Approval Form” (available as a part of the Graduation Packet which you can request online at http://www.grad.umn.edu/current_students/forms/grad_packet/masters/confirm.html or http://www.grad.umn.edu/current_students/forms/grad_packet/doctoral/confirm.html). This completed form, must be submitted to the CSPP office (250 EdSciB) by Wednesday, February 25, 2009 at the latest. CSPP will get the form signed by the DGS and will make sure the signed form is submitted to the Graduate School before their March 2 deadline.
COMMENCEMENT CEREMONY
The Graduate School Commencement is scheduled for Friday, May 8 at 1:00 p.m. in Northrop Auditorium.
COMMENCEMENT RECEPTION
The Department of Educational Psychology invites you and your family to a reception in the Education Sciences Building the morning of commencement. We will be sending out more specific information regarding this event when details become available. However, do inform your family and friends as the reception promises to be a memorable experience.
ADDITIONAL INFO
More information about commencement may be found on the Graduate School’s website (http://www.grad.umn.edu/current_students/degree_completion/commencement/) and the CSPP blog (http://blog.lib.umn.edu/epsy-adm/cspp/). Please note that commencement attendance and degree processing are entirely different processes requiring different forms. Additional information will be sent later in the semester regarding the forms required for receiving your degree.
Additional information regarding the process for degree completion (which requires different forms than the commencement ceremony) is available from the Graduate School and MA students will receive detailed instructions regarding the degree completion requirements later in the semester.

Posted by rutka005 at 11:24 AM

Purpose of Bridge to Academic Excellence

The Bridge to Academic Excellence Program is an academic program for new freshmen students at the University of Minnesota. Program participants will be students from diverse backgrounds who have little or no family college-attendance history (i.e. first generation). The program begins with a six-week intensive academic component in June of 2009 and continues through the fall and spring 2009-10. Academic and social activities will help ensure student success at the University of Minnesota.
The specific goals of the program are to:
Provide a rigorous and positive academic experience from which new college students can build a foundation for future college success.
Familiarize participants with the campus, its facilities, and support services available to them.
Offer students an opportunity to build community within the larger University setting and feel connected to campus and other students.
Supply students with intensive peer mentoring and professional student advising.
Grant students the power to become self-advocates in their personal and academic lives.
Duties and Responsibilities of the Instructor
Attend class with summer ‘09 Bridge students, take notes, and work with instructors to create activities to supplement course material
Grade student work, in-class assignments and quizzes
Lead a 1.5-hour group discussion and review section for up to four days a week.
Required Qualifications
Be enrolled at the University of Minnesota as an undergraduate or graduate student.
Maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA.
Maintain good academic and disciplinary standing with the University of Minnesota.
Experience working with diverse and underrepresented students.
Instruction and/or tutoring experience is highly desired
Compensation
This position pays $12.00 per hour.
Instructors will spend 4 hours per week attending lecture, 6 hours per week leading the group discussion and review and approximately 2 hours per week preparing for class.
Time Requirements
Summer 2009
Participate in staff training week June 15 to June 19, 2009.
Lead program participants June 21 to August 1, 2009.
Attend a program review day August 3, 2009.
To Apply
By submitting this application, you agree to have your GPA and disciplinary standing verified by Student Judicial Affairs as a part of your application.
Please submit:
Background Information
Unofficial University of Minnesota transcripts
Your three most-recent jobs with dates and supervisor (please include phone number)


An application will be sent out in this week’s blog reminder

Posted by rutka005 at 11:17 AM

GLBT Mental Health Series

GLBT Mental Health Series:
Understanding and Identifying Depression in GLBT individuals
Friday, February 27th, 2009
Arthur Upson Room (102), Walter Library
2:30-4:30 p.m.
The GLBTA Programs Office introduces its GLBT Mental Health series with a panel of
local professionals discussing depression in the GLBT community. Professionals will
discuss topics such as social factors and self-esteem, depression and suicidality within the
GLBT community and challenges to treatment and therapy. There will also be a Q&A
session after presentations. This event is open to all community members interested in
mental health work with the GLBT population.
Irene Greene,MSEd. is a psychotherapist and mediator with a private practice in Minneapolis. She has been working within the LGBTQA community since 1982. She has experience working with a variety of clients.
Scott Bartell,LICSW maintains a private psychotherapy practice specializing in sexual and gender issues, relationship issues, trauma response, general anxiety & depression, and clinical hypnosis.
Heather Johnson,
M.A. is currently a Pre-Doctoral Intern at University Counseling and Consulting Services at the University of Minnesota. She has a special interest in working with the GLBT population around identity integration, coming out, and relationship issues.

Contact Qmentor@umn.edu for more Information

Posted by rutka005 at 11:15 AM

Employment Opportunities

Fairview Counseling Services has the following positions available.
Outpatient Clinic Therapist
Fair View Milaca Health Care Center & Fairview Northland Hospital
Part-time, 40 hours per pay period – Job Number 09-26558
Full-time, 80 hours per pay period – Job Number 09-26559
To find out more information and to apply for a position online at http://fairview.org/

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The University of Kansas is seeking an Assistant Director in Career Education.
For more information and how to apply: https://jobs.ku.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1235137158687

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Posted by rutka005 at 11:11 AM

Propasal impact on international development education

Are you interested in how the current economic crisis will affect international development initiatives funded by the World Bank, the United Nations, and the International Monetary Fund?

Would you like to be involved in spearheading interdisciplinary approaches to the study of international development education?
Then, please join us from the Comparative and International Development Education (CIDE) Program for an informational meeting on how you can play a key role in the creation of a student-led interdisciplinary initiative on international development education.

What are we doing?
* Writing a proposal for the Office of Interdisciplinary Initiatives (OII) for funding * Planning a University-wide speaker series (for Spring 2010) with recognized specialists (national and international) in international development education from different disciplines * Organizing a CIDE workshop series with the invited guests * Spearheading an interdisciplinary graduate student journal in international development
What can you do?
* Have an impact on international development education * Play a key role in the creation of a student-led interdisciplinary initiative
-- Help identify key specialists to invite to the U
-- Help plan out the core and long-term activities of the project * Help prepare the proposal to be submitted to the OII by mid-April * Serve on an editorial board for an interdisciplinary graduate student journal
What will you get out of it?
* Develop leadership skills
* Participate in an interdisciplinary community
* Increase your scholarship in international development
* Develop grant writing skills
* Network with local, national, and international faculty
* Opportunities for publishing your work
Interested? Questions?
Then join us on Friday, February 27th from 12-1pm at Wulling 150 for a brownbag informational meeting. Please RSVP to kwauk001@umn.edu by Wednesday, February 25th.
What: CIDE interdisciplinary initiative – brownbag informational meeting
When: Friday, February 27th, 12-1pm
Where: 150 Wulling Hall, East Bank

Posted by rutka005 at 10:52 AM

February 16, 2009

Call For Proposals

Call For Proposals
Society of Counseling Psychology (APA Division 17) Student Poster Session
American Psychological Association Convention
Toronto, Canada August 6 -9, 2009
Submission Deadline for Proposals: March 16, 2009

Proposals are now being accepted for a Student Poster Session co-sponsored by the Council of Counseling Psychology Training Programs (CCPTP), Division 17 Sections, and the Division 17 Student Affiliates of Seventeen (SAS). Poster proposals may be empirical studies or theoretical considerations relevant to the specific Division 17 Section to which they are submitted. The first author on the proposal must be a student (or have completed the project while a student or intern) and must either be an affiliate of Division 17 or sponsored by a Division 17 member.

Poster proposals should include a cover sheet and a 500- to 1000-word summary of the study in APA style. The abstract should include some description of the nature of the presentation (empirical, theoretical, technique) and primary findings. Summaries of empirical studies should include a brief literature review, statement of the problem (hypotheses or research questions), participants, procedures, results, and conclusions. Summaries of other presentations should include enough detail for reviewers to judge the overall format and contribution of the scholarship. The proposals will be subjected to masked review. Please do not include identifying information in the proposal (only on the cover sheet; see below).

To submit your proposal for the Student Poster Session, attach your proposal and completed cover sheet and email to BOTH studentposterdiv17@yahoo.com and the contact person of the section you wish to submit to (see contact list below). Identify in the subject line of the email: student poster proposal – “Name of Section? (e.g., student poster proposal – Section on Ethnic and Racial Diversity). If you do not send your proposal to a specific section, your proposal will not be reviewed for this poster session. Please send your proposal to only one section. For a description of each of the sections please go to the section website (http://www.div17.org/sections.html).

Notifications of proposal status and presentation instructions
will be sent via email after May 11, 2009.

Given that this poster session is internally sponsored by Division 17, and not part of the official APA convention program, presenters will not be eligible for APA travel awards or waived registration fees for the APA Convention.

Proposal Checklist (for your use—do not send with proposal):
_____ 500-1000 word summary of work completed as a student
_____ Cover sheet with all presenters contact information (provide in separate file from proposal)
_____ If applicable, provide sponsor signature if not a Division 17 affiliate (include the email text or attach the forwarded email from the sponsor).
_____ Forward proposal and cover sheet (as attached word documents) to appropriate Section Poster Session Chair and to the main section poster account listed above
_____ Address subject line of email as: “student poster proposal – “Name of section?
_____Send to BOTH the section poster coordinator (see below) and to studentposterdiv17@yahoo.com.

List of Sections and Poster Coordinator Information
• Section for the Advancement of Women
Send proposals to Corinne Datchi-Phillips at cdatchip@indiana.edu

• Section on College and University Counseling Centers
Send proposals to Sheri Clark at clarksl@appstate.edu

• International Section
Send proposals to Johanna Nilsson at nilssonj@umkc.edu and Changming Duan at Duanc@umkc.edu

• Section for the Promotion of Psychotherapy Science
Send proposals to Michael Scheel at mscheel2@unl.edu

• Section on Ethnic and Racial Diversity
Send proposals to Shari Robinson at robinson@counsel.ufl.edu

• Section on Health Psychology
Send proposals to Jim Donnelly at jpd1@buffalo.edu

• Section on Independent Practice
Send proposals to Pamela A. Cogdal at pcogdal@memphis.edu

• Section on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Awareness
Send proposals to Michael Mobley at michael.mobley@gse.rutgers.edu

• Positive Psychology Section
Send proposals to Janice Jones at je2jones@stritch.edu

• Prevention Section
Send proposals to Sally Hage at shage@albany.edu

• Section on Supervision and Training
Send proposals to Theo Burnes at burnes@gse.upenn.edu

• Society for Vocational Psychology
Send proposals to Sherri Turner at turne047@umn.edu

• Society for Anima/Human Interaction
Send proposals to Mary Lou Randour at randour@comcast.net

If you have questions or concerns, please contact Lali McCubbin at mccubbin@wsu.edu, Chair of Section Chairs or Kim Jorgensen at kimberlyjorgensen@gmail.com from Student Affiliates of Seventeen (SAS).

Posted by rutka005 at 9:11 AM

Employment Opportunities

The following position is open in the Department of Educational Psychology.

Project Coordinator on a sponsored project funded by a Mathematics and Science Research grant from the IES/USDE:
The project coordinator will manage the day-to-day operations, including facilitating communication with the schools to coordinate data collection and management, including student measures and classroom observations. The project coordinator will be responsible for scheduling and managing all data collection activities, supervising data collectors, scheduling trainings, and ensuring that data are scored and ready for data entry in a timely manner. This person will also assist the Principal Investigator (PI) with recruitment and training activities, including contacting districts and setting up recruitment meetings with teachers as well as recruiting, hiring, and training data collectors. Other responsibilities include follow-up with teachers related to the project, including preparing presentations and presenting preliminary results. Further, the project coordinator will assist the PI in coordinating curriculum development activities and small group tutoring sessions. The Coordinator will provide technical assistance to the project under the direct supervision of the PI.

A complete job description may be found by going to the central human resources employment listing at the University of Minnesota web site. Please use requisition number 159973. For more specific information about the position please contact Dr. Asha Jitendra at jiten001@umn.edu.

UMN web site: http://www1.umn.edu/ohr/employment
Position Title: Project Coordinator
Requisition Number: 159973
Department: Educational Psychology (301A)

Posted by rutka005 at 9:05 AM

Presentation

Colloquium Announcement

Judy E. Hall, Ph.D., Executive Officer of the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology, is making a special presentation on credentialing at the University of Minnesota Medical School.
Date/Time: March 13, 2009, from 3:00-5:00 P.M.
Location: Moos Tower, Room 2-620 of the University of Minnesota
For directions, see http://www1.umn.edu/twincities/maps/MoosT/index.html

Dr. Hall will address topics including:

• Education and training requirements for credentialing
• Credentials banking and review for doctoral students
• Licensure mobility
• International aspects and challenges of licensing and credentialing

Earn Two Continuing Education Credits
Evaluation forms will be made available to all attendees. The continuing education is free.
The National Register is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The National Register maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

About the Presenter

Judy E. Hall, Ph.D., has been the Executive Officer of the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology since 1990. Before that she was the Executive Secretary for the New York State Board for Psychology for 12 years. She has served as President of the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards and Chairperson of the APA Board of Professional Affairs and APA Ethics Committee. She is Fellow of APA.

Dr. Hall co-edited Global Promise: Quality Assurance and Accountability in Professional Psychology (Oxford, 2008). For an in-depth look at credentialing issues specifically for early career psychologists, see Hall, J. & Boucher, A. (2008) Early Career Psychologists’ Knowledge of Credentialing in Psychology. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 39, 480-487.

For more information on the National Register, see www.nationalregister.org.

There are various transportation options to the University, including bus service,etc. The following URL provides an overview. http://www1.umn.edu/pts/

In general, bus service to the U is good. One can also take the light rail to downtown Minneapolis (e.g., from the VAMC) and transfer to an East-going bus that goes to Washington Avenue (get off at Coffman Union).

Below is information about parking. There are websites about facilities, a map, and parking rates. The closest parking facilities to the Moos Tower include the Washington Avenue Ramp; Weisman Art Museum Garage; and East River Road Garage.

Map of East Bank Parking: http://www1.umn.edu/pts/maps/ebcolr.htm
Information about parking facilities: http://www1.umn.edu/pts/facilities.htm
Information about parking rates: http://www1.umn.edu/pts/parkingrates.htm

Hourly Meters: $1.25/hour

Hourly Facilities:
$3.00 0-1 hours
$6.00 1-2 hours
$7.00 2-3 hours

Posted by rutka005 at 8:56 AM

Miscellaneous


MIXED METHODS INTEREST GROUP

An informal, monthly discussion of issues related to the integration of qualitative and quantitative methods
Activities:
• Review and critique a journal article with a mixed methods design/orientation
• Discuss individual projects and interests
• Network and develop ideas that can serve as the basis for future scholarship

4th WEDNESDAY OF EVERY MONTH
(2009 SPRING SEMESTER)
4:00-5:00 PM
6-194 WEAVER-DENSFORD HALL

PLEASE RSVP TO:
JOE GAUGLER, PhD, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, SCHOOL OF NURSING
EMAIL: gaug0015@umn.edu
PHONE: 612-626-2485

Posted by rutka005 at 8:49 AM

February 6, 2009

CSPP Announcements

Dear CSPP MA and PhD Students:

If you have completed or are planning to complete your degree this academic year, you may want to participate in the Graduate School Commencement Ceremony on May 8, 2009. Please see the memo below from CSPP coordinator Michael Goh for important information regarding this ceremony and the related form which you must complete with your adviser’s signature by February 25.

Additional information regarding the process for degree completion (which requires different forms than the commencement ceremony) is available from the Graduate School and MA students will receive detailed instructions regarding the degree completion requirements later in the semester.


COMMENCEMENT ATTENDANCE APPROVAL FORM
If you intend to participate in the Graduate School Spring Commencement Ceremony, you must complete and have your adviser sign the “Commencement Attendance Approval Form? (available as a part of the Graduation Packet which you can request online at http://www.grad.umn.edu/current_students/forms/grad_packet/masters/confirm.html or http://www.grad.umn.edu/current_students/forms/grad_packet/doctoral/confirm.html). This completed form, must be submitted to the CSPP office (250 EdSciB) by Wednesday, February 25, 2009 at the latest. CSPP will get the form signed by the DGS and will make sure the signed form is submitted to the Graduate School before their March 2 deadline.
COMMENCEMENT CEREMONY
The Graduate School Commencement is scheduled for Friday, May 8 at 1:00 p.m. in Northrop Auditorium.
COMMENCEMENT RECEPTION
The Department of Educational Psychology invites you and your family to a reception in the Education Sciences Building the morning of commencement. We will be sending out more specific information regarding this event when details become available. However, do inform your family and friends as the reception promises to be a memorable experience.
ADDITIONAL INFO
More information about commencement may be found on the Graduate School’s website (http://www.grad.umn.edu/current_students/degree_completion/commencement/) and the CSPP blog (http://blog.lib.umn.edu/epsy-adm/cspp/). Please note that commencement attendance and degree processing are entirely different processes requiring different forms. Additional information will be sent later in the semester regarding the forms required for receiving your degree.

Posted by rutka005 at 10:45 AM

Practicum Info

***ONE TIME ONLY UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY***

University Counseling and Consulting Services (UCCS) is now accepting applications counseling practicum for the 2009-2010 academic year. This practicum is typically not available to CSPP students. However, this year we have a couple openings that qualified students may apply for.

A qualified applicant is:

1) a B.A. direct admit and who does not yet have an first practicum experience
OR
2) seeking a “sanctioned clinical experience? and does not yet have an extensive practicum history.

This practicum will not qualify as the CSPP advanced practicum and does not meet the criteria for a MA-level practicum.

If you have any questions about whether you qualify, please speak with your advisor or contact Salina Renninger, Ph.D., LP (Training Director at UCCS) at 612-624-3323 or renni001@umn.edu.

Students who participate in this practicum will need to register for the course associated with this training, Psy 8514 (fall) and Psy 8515 (spring). This is a two semester practicum training experience.

The UCCS counseling practicum requires a minimum commitment of 17 hours per week. The required times of attendance will be determined after examining each students required coursework and planning around that schedule to find mutually agreeable times. Further information about the center and the practicum can be found at: http://www.uccs.umn.edu.

Prospective applicants should submit the following:
• Cover letter
• Curriculum vita
• Two letters of recommendation (at least one of the letters from someone familiar with the applicant’s clinical skills)
• Academic transcripts (unofficial transcripts are acceptable)

Applications should be sent to:
Sarra Beckham-Chasnoff, Ph.D. L.P., LMFT
University Counseling and Consulting Services
109 Eddy Hall
192 Pillsbury Drive S.E.
Minneapolis, MN 55455-0213

To be considered, applications must be received no later than February 27, 2009. Interview notification will occur no later than March 6. Interviews will be scheduled the week of March 23-27 and notification of placement will occur no later than March 30, 2009.

For further information, please contact Sarra Beckham-Chasnoff, Ph.D., LP, LMFT at, (612) 624-3323 or beckh002@umn.edu.

Posted by rutka005 at 10:44 AM

Internships

CEHD Community,

A reminder that the U of M Job & Internship Fair is just around the corner. The Fair is free and open to all U of M undergraduates,
graduate students, and recent alumni. Free transportation will be provided from campus. We encourage students to register at www.umjobfair.org.

U OF M JOB & INTERNSHIP FAIR
Monday, February 9th, 2009
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Minneapolis Convention Center
www.umjobfair.org

Posted by rutka005 at 10:42 AM

Employment Opportunities

The following position is open at the Institute on Community Integration:
Training Coordinator at the Institute on Community Integration (ICI), University of Minnesota. The Training Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the day-to-day pre-service and outreach education program sponsored by the Institute on Community Integration (Minnesota’s University Center on Excellence in Developmental Disabilities). The Training Coordinator plays an essential role in carrying out the mission of ICI. The Training Coordinator meets regularly with community and university partners and builds capacity and trusting relationships with community providers, advocates and allies of people with developmental disabilities to improve the services, policies and life experiences of persons with disabilities in Minnesota. The Training Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the Developmental Disabilities Pediatric Rotation and other disability related training programs within the Medical School and the Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Program. The Training Coordinator is also actively involved in coordinating the interdisciplinary certificate training program offered through the ICI.
To apply for this position go to the central human resources employment listing at the University of Minnesota web site. Please make sure that you reference the specific requisition number below when applying for this position. For more specific information about the position contact Amy Hewitt at hewit005@umn.edu. A complete job description is attached.
UMN web site: http://www1.umn.edu/ohr/employment
Position Title: Training Coordinator
Requisition Number: 159982
Department: Community Integration, Inst on (303A)\

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CEHD Community,

A reminder that the U of M Job & Internship Fair is just around the corner. The Fair is free and open to all U of M undergraduates,
graduate students, and recent alumni. Free transportation will be provided from campus. We encourage students to register at www.umjobfair.org.

U OF M JOB & INTERNSHIP FAIR
Monday, February 9th, 2009
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Minneapolis Convention Center
www.umjobfair.org

Posted by rutka005 at 10:40 AM

Miscellaneous

The Multicultural Network in conjunction with the CEHD Diversity and Equity Initiative has invited Kristine Lockhart, Associate Vice President in the Office of Equity and Diversity (OED) for a brownbag discussion about her work in OED. The brown bag will be on:

Wednesday, February 11, 2009
12:00-1:00 p.m.
250 Wulling Hall

All members of the CEHD community are invited to attend.


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The Psychology Department and Asian American Studies are sponsoring a colloquium to be given by Dr. David Takeuchi, University of Washington.
The colloquium is scheduled for Wednesday, February 25th (1-2pm) in N639 Elliott Hall.

Given the increased racial diversity in society and the move away from biological and genetic explanations, how is race and ethnicity linked to mental health outcomes? Scholars have provided a discussion of the possible social, cultural, and psychological factors that help answer this question such as socio-economic status, discrimination, coping styles, social support, and stress. These writings have provided an excellent understanding of the mechanism that ties race and ethnicity to health. This presentation provides data and a discussion about the social contexts, such as geographic areas, that are also important to consider when investigating the health of Asian Americans. The data come from the National Latino and Asian American Study (NLAAS), the first national mental health study of Asian Americans. The presentation ends with a call to examine the construct of "place" more seriously drawing upon the literatures in different disciplines including sociology, anthropology, and psychology.

The colloquium is co-sponsored by the Department of Psychology and Asian American Studies.


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Family social science colloquium
Please join us for our spring semester colloquium series
Wednesdays, Noon - 1:00 p.m., 287 McNeal Hall, St. Paul Campus
February 4 - Scott Marsalis, UM Librarian: "The Libraries & You: Opportunities & Challenges in Changing the Way We Work"
February 11 - Ilene Alexander, Center for Teaching & Learning: "Approaching Multicultural Teaching & Learning as Everyday Practice"
February 18 - Mee-Ock Park & Susan Armington, Korean Services Center: "Talking Suitcases: Stories of Elderly Korean Women"
February 25 - Sara Axtell, Community-University Liaison: "Community-University Engagement: Finding the Synergies in Community & University Assets"
March 4 - Pamela Jo Johnson, School of Public Health: "Using Large Data Sets for Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration Status"
March 11 - William Goodman, Family Social Science: View & discuss "The Children's March", a story of how children "brought segregation to its knees"
March 18 - Hiatus for Spring Break
March 25 - William Turner, Family Social Science: 2008 RWJ Health Policy Fellowship experience in President (Senator) Obama's D.C. Office
**FSoS Colloquium Series logo designed by Susan Andre

Posted by rutka005 at 10:39 AM