Dr. James Burns, Graduate School of Professional Psychology, will present a poster, "The Relationship of Spirituality to Adolescent Male Anger and Aggression," at the Division 36 Midwinter Research Conference of the American Psychological Association at Loyola College in Maryland. Burns also is a psychology fellow of Harvard Medical School and McLean Hospital in Boston, and an officer of Harvard University.
Father Jan Michael Joncas, Theology Department, will give a presentation, "Contemplating the Crucified: Images of Christ's Passion," from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Sunday, March 21, at St. Luke's School auditorium, 1079 Summit Ave. A freewill offering will be collected. If you're interested in attending, preregister with Phyllis Hamill-Little, (651) 227-7669.
Dr. Mitchell Kusy, Organization Learning and Development Department, was the keynote speaker at the International Research Colloquium March 4 at Henley Management College, Henley-on-Thames, England. His presentation was based on the research study that he and Dr. Louellen Essex conducted about the most significant mistakes leaders make. Interviewing successful leaders worldwide, they identified seven most critical mistakes leaders make and what they do to rebound from them immediately. In addition, they identified two fatal leadership errors that are not recoverable. This research will be the content of their next book, due in bookstores this fall.
Dr. Kristine Melloy, School of Education, has received the 2004 Frank Wood Ward from the Minnesota Council for Children With Behavioral Disorders. The award recognizes exceptional leadership, support and contributions to the needs of children with emotional and behavioral disorders, contributions in the field and outstanding service through professional organizations, advocacy and other nonprofit activities.