March 2015 Faculty Accomplishments

Brad Frazier, Associate Professor of Philosophy & Religion, published a review of *Supersurvivors: The Surprising Link Between Suffering and Success* by David B. Feldman and Lee Daniel Kravetz (Harper, 2014), in *Metapsychology Online*, Mar 31st 2015 (Volume 19, Issue 14). Here is a link to the review: http://metapsychology.mentalhelp.net/poc/view_doc.php?type=book&id=7365&....

Tukumbi Lumumba-Kasongo, Professor of Political Science, published two book chapters: (1) "The Origin of African Constitutions, Elusive Constitutionalism and the Crisis of Liberal Democracy," In Said Adejumobi (Ed). Democratic Renewal in Africa Trends and Discourses, New York and London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015. (2) "Reflection on Capitalism and Liberal Globalization: Lessons for a Proposed Union Government," In E. Ike Udogu (Ed.) Imagining the United States of Africa: Discourses on the Way Forward, Lanham, Maryland: The Lexington Books, The Rowman and Little Publishing Group, Inc. 2015.

Professor Lumumba-Kasongo also attended the following conferences: The first, with 12 students from Wells College, the National Conference of Model United Nations that was held in New York City. There were about 6,000 students who attended the conference from the world over. It was held between March 31 and April 3, 2015.

He also attended the Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education Society. The paper presented: "Education for Peace and Security in Great Lakes Region of Africa Within the Context of Ubuntu: A Critic of Unipolarity." And also I participated in Ali A. Mazrui Memorial Roundtable General Pool; My presented was on "Ali A. Mazrui's Intellectual Legacy in Social Sciences."

Gehan Shanmuganathan, Assistant Professor of Business, attended a Seminar on "Case Method Teaching" conducted by Harvard University at Pittsburgh University, Pennsylvania on March 06th, 2015.

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