Around Webster: Schollhammer on tech, Hellinger on Venezuela, Barnidge on responses to terror, Woolf on human rights
Mar. 4, 2016
Recent professional news and achievements involving Webster University faculty members includes:
Hellinger on Bolivian Revolution in Venezuela
Dan Hellinger, professor of International Relations in the College of Arts & Sciences, has just published “Resource Nationalism and the Bolivarian Revolution in Venezuela,” in The Political Economy of Natural Resources and Development, edited by Paul Haslam (Routledge Press).
The book "offers a unique and multidisciplinary perspective on how the commodity boom of the mid-2000s reshaped the model of development throughout Latin America and elsewhere in the developing world."
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Woolf Articles on Human Rights in Psychology Education; Torture
Linda Woolf, professor of Psychology and International Human Rights, has the featured article in the February 2016 issue of the American Psychological Association's Psychology Teachers Network.
The article, "Teaching Psychology: Infusing Human Rights," is the first of a series of articles examining human rights and ethics.
Woolf, who was just named to the special commission to review all of the American Psychological Association's ethics processes and procedures, also recently published "APA, SWP, the Hoffman Report, and Torture," in The Feminist Psychologist.
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Barnidge at History Museum on Presidential Responses to Terrorism
Robert P. Barnidge Jr., lecturer and coordinator of International Relations in the College of Arts & Sciences, delivered a lecture on presidential responses to terrorism as part of the "Spies, Traitors, Saboteurs: Fear and Freedom in America" exhibit at the Missouri History Museum on March 3.
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Schöllhammer in Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce
Ralph Schöllhammer, Webster Vienna economics and management instructor and undergraduate advisor in the George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology, published a paper, "How Technological Change Will Influence the Future of Policy Making," in the peer-reviewed Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce.
Read more at Webster Vienna.