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Seton Hall University

Faculty Seminar Series on Shame  

Communicating Around the TableGregory Glazov, Professor and Chair of Biblical Studies, and Minsun Lee, Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology, along with faculty across a broad array of disciplines, will be presenting a seminar series on shame as part of the Mission Mentors Interdisciplinary Program.

Each session of the four-session seminar series will be led by two to three faculty members from different disciplines, including Biblical Studies, Theology, Communication, Counseling Psychology, Criminal Justice, Sociology, Speech Language Pathology, and English. Faculty will present their perspectives on shame based on key texts from their respective disciplines.

All seminar sessions will be held in Teams.

Schedule of Seminar and Presenters:

  • Thursday, March 17th, 10 - 11:30 a.m.: Gregory Glazov, D.Phil., Jon Radwan, Ph.D., Minsun Lee, Ph.D. Join on your computer or mobile app.
  • Monday, March 21st, 1 - 2:30 p.m.: Giuseppe Fazari, Ph.D., Anthony Haynor, Ph.D., Kathleen Nagle, Ph.D. Join on your computer or mobile app.
  • Monday, March 28th, 2:30 - 3:30 p.m.: Justin Anderson, Ph.D., and Kenneth McDonald, Ph.D. Join on your computer or mobile app
  • Friday, April 1st, 11 a.m. - 12 p.m.: Melinda Papaccio, M.A., and Donovan Sherman, Ph.D. Join on your computer or mobile app.

For additional information about the series, contact Greg Glazov and Minsun Lee.

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