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Great Minds Lecture Series Continues with the “Consequences of Violence”

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CrimJustice_IconChad Posick, Ph.D., continues the Great Minds Lecture Series tomorrow at 5:30 p.m. in the Fielding S. Russell Union, room 2048.

Posick will present a lecture entitled “Exposed and Vulnerable: The Consequences of Violence and What Schools, Families, and Communities Can Do to Keep Children Healthy.”

Posick has served as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology since 2013.

His research focuses on the intersection of victimization and offending, the role of emotions in human behavior, and measurement issues in criminology and criminal justice.

Posick’s research has been published in Psychology of Violence, Justice Quarterly, Journal of Interpersonal Violence, and the Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice.

He received his doctorate in Criminology and Criminal Justice from Northeastern University in Boston, Mass. in 2012.

2015-16 Great Minds Lecture Series
Feb. 9 – Chad Posick, Ph.D., Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology
Exposed and Vulnerable: The Consequences of Violence and What Schools, Families, and Communities Can do to Keep Children Healthy

March 8 – Jason Hoelscher, M.F.A., Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art
Art, Information, and Complexity

March 22 – Juanjuan Peng, Ph.D., Department of History
Selling a Healthy Lifestyle in Late Qing China: Commercial Advertisements for Hygienic Products in the Dagong bao, 1902-1911

April 27 – Jacek Lubecki, Ph.D., Department of Political Science and International Studies
ISIS and al-Qaeda as Global Rebels: A Broader Historical Perspective

All Great Minds Lectures start at 5:30 p.m. in Russell Union room 2048

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