Bennett also gave a presentation, “Artificial Intelligence: Successes, Current Trends, and Future Directions,” to the Twin Cities Knowledge Engineering Group on May 10. She also was a panelist on knowledge management for PACT, an organization of local technology-training professionals, on May 12.
Kate Boyle, Heide Malat and Jane Rauenhorst, predoctoral interns in Counseling and Career Services, presented posters about their dissertations at annual meeting of the the Minnesota Psychological Association May 6 at Rutger’s Lodge in Bay Lake, Minn. Dr. Sarah Armstrong, Personal Counseling, hosted the poster-presentation session, an annual event that includes predoctoral interns in psychology statewide. Boyle’s poster was titled "Determining Factors in Becoming an Effective Clinical Supervisor: An Exploratory Study"; Malat’s was "Parent Report of Traumatic Impact: The Development of a New Instrument; Rauenhorst’s was "Factors Influencing Mother-Infant Attachment During Pregnancy: A Qualitative Investigation."
Seung Ai Yang, School of Divinity, gave a keynote speech, "Biblical Imperatives for the Mission of the Multi-Cultural Society," at the National Federation of Priests Council May 3 in Oakland, Calif.