Faculty experts help bring understanding to tragic events
Thursday, October 27, 2005
Faculty members often make themselves available to the community when they have special expertise that can be of help.
After a shooting at Rocori (Minn.) High School that resulted in the deaths of two students, SCSU Professor of Counselor Education and Educational Psychology Terrance Peterson and College of Education Adjunct Professor Joan Collins-Marotte worked closely with the school to counsel students, teachers and families. They have since:
While it's not known whether bullying played a role in the Rocori and Red Lake school shootings, the possibility has sparked interest in the work of SCSU Special Education Professor John Hoover, a nationally-recognized expert on teasing, harassment and bullying. He has: