Faculty Present Their Sabbatical Work at the Annual Sabbatical Forum
05/08/2012 

President Judith Huntington and the Rank, Tenure, and Salary Committee of the Faculty sponsored the annual Sabbatical Forum on April 19, 2012, which is an opportunity for faculty to present their sabbatical work to their colleagues. Five faculty members presented a summary of their work to an audience of colleagues, the Executive Team, Deans, Associate and Assistant Deans, and Campus Directors.

As stated in the Faculty Handbook, sabbatical leaves are intended to promote good teaching by providing an opportunity for the renewal and self-improvement of faculty members. It has long been the College’s tradition that the rewards of such renewal and self-improvement be shared among faculty colleagues, providing a forum for intellectual and scholarly enrichment, general collegiality, and the occasional opportunity to collaborate on future projects.

The following presentations were made at the April 19, 2012 Forum:

Comparison of ‘Person Picking an Apple from a Tree’ by Inpatient, Psychiatric and High School Youth
Dr. Patricia St. John, Professor of Art Therapy and Art Education, Graduate School

Pursuing Artemisia: My Italian Sojourn
Dr. Rose Marie Hurrell, Professor of Psychology, School of Arts & Sciences

That’s Just What They Want You to Think

Dr. Daniel McCarthy, Associate Professor of Political Science, School of Arts & Sciences

A Sabbatical: Nurturing the Bodymindspirit
Dr. Geraldine Valencia-Go, Associate Professor of Nursing, School of Nursing

Challenges in Decoding ‘Baratariana’: Politics and Gender in 18th Century Irish Satire
Dr. Anne McKernan, Associate Professor of History, School of Arts & Sciences