January 14, 2003
Dr. Stuart Bonnington, professor of psychology, recently presented a workshop for the Tennessee Division for Marriage and Family Therapy in Nashville. In addition, this past summer he was appointed by Gov. Don Sundquist to serve a second five-year term on the Board of Professional Counselors, Marital and Family Therapists and Clinical Pastoral Therapist. In August, he was elected president of that board.
Dr. LuAnnette Butler, professor of psychology, will present "Counseling a Retired Person Using the Missouri Career Card Sort" at the next meeting of the National Career Development Association in Denver. Butler also will chair a roundtable discussion in another area of career counseling at that event.
Several faculty members participated in Health and Human Services Day by Leadership Clarksville, held Thursday, Jan. 9. Dr. Carmen Reagan, Leadership Studies/College of Business, chaired the committee that planned and coordinated the day; Dr. Anne Black, assistant professor of health and human performance, spoke to the group about the Clarksville/Montgomery Health Council; and Dr. Kathy Martin, director, School of Nursing and Dr. Wayne Chaffin, chair of health and human performance, participated in a panel discussion about the workforce crisis in healthcare and partnerships between healthcare organizations and healthcare providers.
Dr. Dixie Webb, associate professor of art history and chair of the art department, served as curator for an exhibition of quilts called "Making History: Reproductions of Chintz Quilts from 1790-1830." The exhibit has traveled to numerous venues, from Indianpolis to San Diego, and includes works by members of the National Organization of Quilt Historians and the American Quilt Study Group. The works are also expected to travel to the Quilter's Celebration in Lancaster, Penn. in April 2003. The exhibit includes Webb's 10-foot reproduction of an1830s chintz quilt.