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Prof. Judith Beth Cohen: Face to Face in Ghana, West Africa

Follow this link to read a report about Professor Judith Beth Cohen’s experience attending a  study–travel tour to Ghana. Advertisements

Faculty/candidate panel: Society for the Study of Emerging Adulthood

Society for the Study of Emerging Adulthood (SSEA) 5th Conference on Emerging Adulthood Dr. Amy Rutstein-Riley (Adult Learning and Development specialization), Anne Harrington (’08 cohort), Lynn Abrahams (’09 cohort), and Jill Buban (10 cohort) presented at the Society for the Study of Emerging Adulthood Conference (SSEA) in Providence, RI in October.

PhD Faculty/candidate co-led presentation: Holistic Learning Conference

Holistic Learning: Breaking New Ground The Seventh International Conference at Geneva Park Conference Centre (north of Toronto) October 21, 22, 23, 2011 Judith Cohen and Laura Douglass co-led a two hour workshop. Participants were introduced to Laura’s

Upcoming: You Can’t Carry On Like This: Narrative Choices in Representing the Unrepresentable

You Can’t Carry On Like This: Narrative Choices in Representing the Unrepresentable At the Eastern Sociological Society, New York City February 23-2, 2012   The theme of the meeting is Storied Lives. Lesley PhD faculty Caroline Heller will take part in a panel,

Faculty Presentation: Teaching Reflective Practice and Mindfulness to Spark Transformative Learning in Adults

PhD faculty members Nancy Wolf and Jo Ann Gammel presented on Teaching Reflective Practice and Mindfulness to Spark Transformative Learning in Adults at two conferences in 2011.

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