Concurrent Sessions 6

1:30 - 3  Saturday Concurrent Session 6
1.  Pedagogy Session*
     a. Theology from the Experience and Perspective of Women,  Sister Anne-Marie Kirmse, O.P., Ph.D., Fordham University
     b. Criminal Justice, Fact and Fiction,  James Geistman, Ph.D., Patricia Schnapp, and Danielle Teunion-Smith, Siena Heights University
     c. How Can I Color if There Are No Lines?  Vicki Toale, OP, D. Min., Molloy College PP Presentation
2Dominican Young Adults Session*
     a. Inviting Dominic Back to the Dominican College: Creating a Dominican Young Adult Chapter on Your Campus,  Sister Diane Capuano, O.P., Sarah Quinn, Andrew Abberton, Molloy College
     b. Better Together: Fostering Interfaith Appreciation to Advance the Common Good, Jeffrey Carlson, Ph.D., and Claire Noonan, DMin., Dominican University PP Presentation
     c. We Are What We Do, Or Not?  Approaching New Forms of Poverty, Injustice and Oppression from a Business and Theology Perspective, Giovanna Czander, Ph.D.  and Kenneth Mias, D.P.S., Dominican College
3.   Service Learning Session*
     a. Lessons Learned in Service-Learning, Steffano Montano, Coordinator of Service Learning, Theology Department, Barry University and Dr. Raymond Ward, Assistant Professor of Theology, Barry University PP Presentation
     b. The Development of the Service Course:  Long Island LEADS:  Our Families, Our Communities, Cheryl Camenzuli, Ph.D., Molloy College and Angela Zimmerman, Coordinator Family Support Long Island, Advancement Office, Molloy College
     c. Learning Social Justice through a Jamaican Medical Mission, Joan Ginty; Victoria Siegel; Ed.D., Denise Walsh, Ph.D., Margaret Whelan, Ed.D., RN, FNP, Molloy College
4.    Social Justice Session*
     a. Living Well and Working Toward a More Just World: Plato as a Guide and  Motivator, Kevin Hermberg, Ph.D.,  Dominican College
     b. Education as Dojo: Application of Aikido into Forming a Vision of a Just World, Dianne Costanzo, Ph.D., Dominican University Presentation Download
     c. Preparing the Globally Positioned Social Worker: Assessing Students' Self    Evaluation of Privilege and Oppression,   Leticia Villarreal Sosa, Ph.D., L.C.S.W. and James L. Scherrer, Ph.D., L.C.S.W., Dominican University

* Note:  where presenters are grouped together, each presenter will have approximately 30 minutes for their topic.