John Marino, PhD, assistant professor of English, recently attended the International Congress on Medieval Studies, sponsored by Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Mich. The annual gathering is the largest of its kind in the world, regularly drawing more than 3,000 scholars and professors of medieval studies. Marino was able to attend several sessions for development.
Kosha Bramesfeld, PhD, assistant professor of psychology, attended a conference for the Society for Judgement and Decision Making where she presented a poster, received feedback for her research and attended sessions related to her areas of research. Bramesfeld later attended the Annual Midwestern Sociological Association conference with several Maryville students where they presented a poster and she was able to attend sessions on the scholarship of teaching learning.
Bob Bertolino, PhD, assistant professor of rehabilitation counseling, has published an article, “Building a Culture of Excellence,” in Psychotherapy Networker‘s May/June 2011 issue. Read the article here.