Oct. 8: Ethical Reasoning and Professional Stewardship Across the Curriculum

rt_faculty_photo_may2010Ethical Reasoning and Professional Stewardship Across the Curriculum

Tuesday, Oct. 8
Noon to 12:50 p.m.
Criss III 455

Students and faculty are invited to hear Rochelle E. Tractenberg, professor, Department of Neurology at Georgetown University, talk about “Ethical Reasoning and Professional Stewardship Across the Curriculum” on Tuesday, Oct. 8 at Noon.

Lunch will be provided for the first 20 people.

Tractenberg is also available to meet with faculty individually or in small groups on Monday, Oct. 7 or Tuesday, Oct. 8. Please contact Lurae McCloskey at [email protected] or 402-280-1135 to set an appointment.

Tractenberg holds two PhDs, one in Cognitive Sciences and the other in Statistics, and directs the Collaborative for Research on Outcomes and Metrics at Georgetown University, where she is a tenured professor in the Department of Neurology. Her areas of interest include statistical methodology and statistical literacy for effective stewardship of the discipline in PhD students/holders; higher education curriculum building and evaluation; neuropsychological assessment; the development and benchmarking of outcomes; experimental design; and longitudinal (latent variable) analytic methods.