Ray Briggs, Music, presented a paper titled "Integration
of Disintegration?: The Impact of the Civil Rights Movement on the Memphis
Jazz Tradition" at the Society for Ethnomusicology's 49th Annual Conference
held Nov. 3-7 in Tucson.
Michael Connor, Psychology, presented a workshop,"Issues
in Domestic Violence" at the Relationship Training Institute in San
Diego, June 13; presented a paper, "Multicultural Counseling: Offering
Competent and Professional Services," at the Hawaii International
Conference on Social Sciences in Honolulu, June 16-18; presented a paper,
"Psychologists in the Community: Programs that Work" at the
American Psychology Association Annual Conference, in Honolulu, July 28-Aug.
1; presented a workshop, "Mentoring Fathers, Strengthening Families"
at CityMatch's Annual Urban MCH Leaders Conference in Portland, Sept.
11- 13; presented a workshop, "Involving Fathers in Children's Lives,"
at The Black Child Development Institute's Annual Conference in Los Angeles,
Sept. 19-21; presented a workshop, "Elements for Effective Group
Counseling," at Hawaii Job Corps, in Waimanelo, Hawaii., Oct. 19;
presented a paper, "Incorporating the Multicultural Guidelines for
Competent Service Delivery," at Hawaii Psychological Association's
Annual Conference in Honolulu, Oct 10-12; was an invited participant at
McGraw-Hill Teaching Abnormal Psychology Symposium in Chicago, Nov. 4-7;
and was a contibutor to Rough and Tumble Play, Help Me Grow Series, KOCE-TV
Foundation in Long Beach, Nov. 10.
Avery Goldstein and Wendy Reiboldt,
Family and Consumer Sciences, published an article on the multiple roles
of low-income minority women in the family and community in The Qualitative
Report in 2004. Goldstein and Reiboldt also made a presentation on
the topic of “Early Childhood Professionals Salary: Implications for the
Future” to the Western Family Economic Educators Conference held in Honolulu
on Oct. 27-29. Barbara White and Goldstein of Family
Consumer Services joined with C. Chiricos to make a presentation on “Supporting
School Readiness: The Role Of Ongoing Assessment” presented at the National
Association for the Education of Young Children's 13th National Institute
for Early Childhood Professional Development held in Baltimore, June 20-23.
William A. Mulligan, Journalism, presented a refereed
paper, "Influence of International Terrorism on Censorship of U.S.
Media," at the international-intercultural communications conference,
Global Fusion 2004: Strife in the Global Village, Oct. 29-31, in St. Louis.
The conference was sponsored by Ohio University, Purdue University-Calumet,
Southern Illinois University, and the University of Texas-Austin. The
Global Fusion Conference is endorsed by the Association for Education
in Journalism and Mass Communication, Broadcast Education Association,
International Association for Media and Communication Research, and International