Laurels: July 2014Published: July 1, 2014
Kirstyn Chun, Counseling and Psychological Services, chaired a symposium presentation titled “The Intersection of Multiple Identities and Mental Illness on Campus: Race, Culture, Religion and Sexual Orientation as Compounding Sources of Stigma” and participated in a symposium presentation titled “Even Kansas isn’t Kansas Anymore: Cultural Competence in the Assessment and Treatment of Campus Mental Illness” at the USC Gould School of Law and Saks Institute for Mental Health Law, Policy and Ethics on March 12-13.
Martin Fiebert, Psychology was the keynote speaker at the first Toronto Domestic Violence Symposium in Toronto, Canada on June 6-7. His presentation was titled “Men as Victims: The History, The Science, The Heroes and the Future.”
Ingrid Martin, Marketing, presented her research titled “Moving from Consumption to Addiction: A Theoretical Perspective on the Impact of Marketing Cues,” co-authored with Michael Kamins and Dante Pirouz. This research was presented at the Marketing and Public Policy Conference in Boston on June 6. Martin also presented a second paper titled “The Role of New Information Sources during the Disaster Cycle” co-authored with Wade E. Martin and David W. Horne at the Marketing and Public Policy Conference.