Dr. Michael Andregg, Justice and Peace Studies program, College of Arts and Sciences, has been invited to present a keynote speech at the Romanian Intelligence Academy in October on “Why Real Ethics and True Wisdom Are Keys to Keeping Intelligence Agencies Guardians of the People, Instead of Persecutors of the People.” He will follow that conference with a day of meetings with classes and instructors. He also was asked to present at another October conference on intelligence “lessons learned” from the Cold War at the University of Southern Denmark in Odense. The topic there will be “A Critical Lesson not yet Learned in America: Intelligence Ethics Matter.”

Dr. Mel Gray, Finance Department, Opus College of Business, attended the biannual meeting of the International Society for Third Sector Research, Siena, Italy, where he presented recent findings from his ongoing research project, “Organizational Boundaries in the Lively Arts: Insights From a Pilot Case.” Following the ISTR conference, he traveled to Oxford, U.K., to participate in the Skoll Research Colloquium on Social Entrepreneurship, hosted by Oxford’s Saïd Business School, where he presented a paper, “Scale and Scope in Social Intrapreneurship,” with his co-authors, Dr. Robin King Cooper and Beverly Dusso.

Mark Sellner, School of Law, attended the PriceWaterhouseCoopers 2012 Tax Colloquium, held Aug. 2-3, in Washington, D.C. He also visited a UST School of Law alumnus in the PWC Washington National Tax Services office.