Dr. Sharon Moore Selected to be a Panelist at the University of Texas at Austin Otis Lecture
The Dean Jack Otis Social Problem and Social Policy lecture series is presented every 12-18 months through the Steve Hicks School of Social Work at the University of Texas at Austin. The lecture has taken place for over a decade now and the purpose is to focus on a current social policy issue that is important to social work. More info about the lecture.
Dr. Lesley Harris and Kyoungmee Byun Art Advocacy Exhibition to be Displayed in Seoul, Korea
Dr. Lesley Harris and co-researcher Kyoungmee Byun have been accepted to conduct an art-advocacy exhibition at Space XX Gallery in Seoul, Korea this summer. The photovoice exhibition, entitled "Our World Our Say" from the Asia Institute Crane House in Louisville will join forces with two other artists for a combined exhibition entitled, "The Landscape of a Crisis." More info about the art exhibit and event.
Kent Faculty Research Featured in 2021 Alzheimer’s Association Report
Drs. Heehyul Moon (left photo) and Sunshine Rote’s(right photo) research is featured in the 2021 Alzheimer’s Special Report on Race, Ethnicity and Alzheimer’s in America by the Alzheimer’s Association. More info about the report.
COVID-19 Behavioral Health Mindset Inventory: A Method for Enhancing Employee and Consumer Safety
Dr. Anita Barbee, Michael R. Cunningham, and collaborators article, "COVID-19 Behavioral Health Mindset Inventory: A Method for Enhancing Employee and Consumer Safety" was published in the March 2021 edition of the Basic and Applied Social Psychology Journal. Citation and Link to article below.
Anita P. Barbee, Michael R. Cunningham, Perri B. Druen, John W. Jones & Brian W. Dreschler (2021) COVID-19 Behavioral Health Mindset Inventory: A Method for Enhancing Employee and Consumer Safety, Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 43:2, 120-140, DOI: 10.1080/01973533.2021.1881520