PANELS & SEMINARS
Dr. Edward E. Andrews, assistant professor of history, served as a session chair at a New England Historical Association meeting held in Boston, Mass., in October. The session he chaired was entitled “Religion in Antebellum New England.”
Dr. Thomas J. Guilmette, professor of psychology, participated in a panel discussion on “Career Paths” for the Brown Medical School Psychology Training Consortium’s Core Internship Seminar Series in September.
Dr. Charlotte O’Kelly, professor of sociology, led a seminar entitled “Between Perception and Reality: Intersections of Society, Culture, Business and Religion in the UAE” at the CIEE International Faculty Development Seminars held in the United Arab Emirates in January.
Dr. Michael J. O’Neill, associate professor of philosophy, served as a panelist at an American Catholic Philosophical Association meeting in St. Louis, Mo., in October. The session was entitled “MacIntyre on Reason, Faith, and Error.