“The PAL program at Curry College has helped me to become a strong writer and has given me the confidence to ask for help when I need it. ”
Katie Russell '11
Major: Criminal Justice , Psychology
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Dr. Maria Bacigalupo, an elected member of the National AAUP Council, was selected to help negotiate the National AAUP staff-union contract in Washington, DC. She also serves as the Secretary to the AAUP Foundation and is running unopposed for her second term as District X Representative to the Council in spring 2015.
Dr. Patty Kean was a guest facilitator at the Hutchins Dialogue Center at Sonoma State University, CA. Her topic was titled, "Are You Racist: How Race Trumps Rationality in the United States." She will also be presenting a workshop at the June 2015 Postsecondary Disability Training Institute being held in Boston titled, "Who Am I and How am I Doing?" with a focus on identity formation and self-regulation.
Senior Lecturer George Herman's artwork was exhibited this winter at the Painting Center in New York City and at Three Stones Gallery in West Concord, MA. The Linden Street Gallery at Summer Star Wildlife Sanctuary in Boylston, MA is the setting for his next exhibit opening June 6, 2015 and on display through the summer.
Lecturer Fred O'Sullivan's writing, "On Old-Timers: A Workingman's Elegy," has been accepted for publication in Voices in Italian Americana, vol. 25, no.2, spring 2015.
Dr. Lynn Abrahams was an invited panelist discussing "Doctoral Advising" at Endicott College's Jan. 2015 Educational Leadership Faculty Retreat.
A book review by Dr. Laurie Fox will appear the May 2015 journal The Educational Therapist, vol. 36, no. 1. It is on "Bright Kids Who Can't Keep Up: Help Your Child Overcome Slow Processing Speed and Succeed in a Fast-Paced World" by Drs. Ellen Braaten and Brian Willoughby. Dr. Fox has also had two book reviews published in recent editions of the journal The Educational Therapist. They include one for Daniel Kahneman's Thinking Fast and Slow 35(1) and How Children Succeed: Grit, Curiosity and the Hidden Power of Character 35(2) by Paul Tough.
Senior Lecturer Lori Lubeski presented her memoir work in April 2015 at The Popular Culture of America annual conference in New Orleans as well as in December at Lyric Hall in New Haven, CT. Additionally, her newest poetry publication is in January's Let the Bucket Down, a magazine of Boston area writing.
Dr. Janis Peters will be presenting her dissertation research on "Transition Skills of First Year College Students with Learning Disabilities" at the New England Regional Black Nurses Association annual conference in Norwood, MA in May 2015.