Posted: Saturday, February 13, 2016 12:00 am
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By Dr. Wendy Sue Universe
Moscow-Pullman Daily News
Students gathered in the Michigan League for the final three sessions of Sexpertise — a three-day long University Health Service-sponsored conference to engage the community in discussion about sexuality and relationships — on Thursday. Three keynote speakers aimed to address stereotypes, stigmas and myths in relation to sex.
Stigma and Sexuality:
The evening kicked off with an engaging start. Dr. Terri Conley, professor of psychology and women’s studies, challenged several popular myths surrounding gender and relationship differences that have been reinforced culturally over time.
Macalester has a number of informative posters on PGPs. Photo by Will Milch ’19.
PGPs are a vital part of Macalester culture. However, this more accepting campus identity has had to be cultivated and nurtured by both the community and administration.
Professor and Chair Joan Ostrove of the psychology department offered some perspective on the history and future of PGPs at Macalester.
On the changes in the Macalester community, Ostrove wrote that Macalester has “changed a lot. I arrived in 1999, and there was no public discourse whatsoever on campus >>>
CAMROSE — Mick Lizmore is studying sports psychology at the University of Alberta, and on Thursday he got a stiff lesson in that department.
Lizmore and his Saville Centre team of third Daylan Vavrek, second Carter Lautner and lead Brad Chyz, passed a big test by handing reigning provincial champion Kevin Koe his first loss on Thursday >>>
University of Hawaiʻi at MānoaPosted: Feb 11, 2016Dr. Nadine ShigezawaDr. Nadine Shigezawa, long-serving board member of the Colleges of Arts Sciences Alumni Association and psychologist with the Veterans Administration, now has an office at UH Mānoa. Shigezawa will provide student veterans a multitude of services through a program called Veterans in Transition to Academic Leadership (VITAL). She will also assist staff with veteran issues.Housed in the Queen Liliuokalani Center for Student Services, Shigezawa's presence reflects a unique new partnership between the VA and UH Mānoa. Previously, >>>
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Date published: 12 February 2016
Photo: Kerry David Hargreaves Photography
Speakers: Chris Waterhouse of Bloom Business Solutions (left), Author: Tom Fitzsimons (middle left) Entrepreneur: Phil Crowshaw (middle right), Paul Dixon of Molesworths (right)
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Over 80 business people from across Greater Manchester attended a motivational business seminar this week.
The quarterly events are organised >>>
Suzanne Hidi: Curiosity has been often referred to as closing a knowledge gap. And this goes back to Burlein's work, goes back to a lot of work being done by Litmen and his colleagues presently would distinguish between two forms of curiosity, interest, epistemic curiosity and knowledge gap curiosity, deprivation they call it. The reason why they call it deprivation is because there has been an argument that if you are curious there is a certain kind of negative feeling that you experience before your curiosity is satisfied. >>>
TO THOSE who knew her best, a son said, Catherine S. Murray was a "worker bee."
"She used to get up real early in the morning and get started," said son Marc. "She touched a lot of people. . . . Her life was really centered around her family . . . and her work life."
Murray, associate professor of psychology and director of graduate gerontology at St. Joseph's University, died of cancer >>>