In the Media
Psychology Professor Jeffrey Nevid recently appeared on CNBC's Closing Bell to discuss why people make the investment decisions that they do and how those decisions can turn troublesome. To view Professor Nevid's appearance, click here.
“Labor didn’t have its bearings when corporate America was in a take-it-or-leave-it mode,” in recent years, Mr. Gregory said, adding that unions don’t “have many moves” left their arsenal today.
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Elizabeth Brondolo, a psychology professor at St. John's University in New York who studies the effects of race on mental and physical health, said the defacing of memorials reflects a "consensus that there's been a very serious failure of empathy, a failure to understand what these symbols might mean to people who suffered from slavery and ongoing aggression." To continue reading the article, click here.
The Philippine embassy presented Dr. Gempesaw with a plaque of achievement for his commitment to promoting quality education for all. Through Dr. Gempesaw’s vision and leadership, he pushed academic initiatives that advocate inclusiveness in higher learning.
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"It's a harsh lesson for the government to think twice about interfering in the private sector and the free market," Anthony Sabino, a professor of law at St. John's University, said Monday. "Stay within the narrow confines of the written law, be it statutory like this or Constitutional. Put it this way--bad day for Hank Greenberg, good day for Americans, business and people." To continue reading the story, click here.