We are also involved in several studies examining campus climate as it relates to safety and sexual violence. A.*, & Raymond, N.* Accepted poster presentation to the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D. More information about this dynamic and evolving research team can be found here: I enjoy collaborating on research projects and welcome student involvement. Tours cover the 1870’s kitchen and the first and second floors of the house, and they last about 1 hour.With its interior restored to a circa 19th-century appearance, the house and the rooms are furnished with original objects owned and used by four generations of Forbes Family members dating back to the 1830’s.Regular Tour Schedule Tours are available by advance reservation every Thursday, Friday and Saturday at a.m. Special arrangements are required for groups larger than 10 people. Group Tours at Forbes House Museum The museum offers group tours for school and youth groups, scouts, seniors, and community organizations.
We ask the public to contact us if discrepancies are found between the information presented here and the known location of a registered offender.Assistant Professor, Department of Counseling Psychology and Community Services I completed my Ph. in Counseling Psychology from Ball State University (2013) in Muncie, Indiana. I also am interested in operationalizing international counseling competencies. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Kansas and my B. My primary research interests are described within three main lines of research. I am primarily engaged in researching the recognition and expression of emotion among diverse individuals, the impact of cultural display rules on the therapy process, and the construct of nonviolence as an effective tool for violence prevention and resolution. I also conduct research in the area of , primarily through the application of Social Cognitive Career Theory and the Theory of Planned Behavior to facilitating our understanding of women’s future perceptions of life roles, and increasing children and adolescents’ interests and self-efficacy in STEM fields, specifically environmental science. A.*, & Raymond, N.* Conversation hour presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Toronto, Canada. I also am currently a team member on the INSPIRE-ND NSF collaborative grant. Cindy Juntunen, I have been involved in the translation of the Center for Regional Climate Studies (CRCS) and Center for Sustainable Material Science (CSMS) scientists’ research to school curricula for 5 grade students in rural and frontier schools, and high school students at tribal colleges of North Dakota.