An interactive session devoted to exploring the role of fear as well as the deeper sources of the fears that arise in response to national and international crises.

Moderated by Dr. Samuel Roll, emeritus professor of psychology at the University of New Mexico and wide-ranging facilitator and consultant to organizations including the U.S. Department of Justice, the Secretary of Special Education for the Republic of Mexico, the Nuevo Leon Institute of Mental Health  in Monterrey, Mexico and the Navajo Nation’s Departments of Justice and Social Service.

The Speakers


St. John’s College, Junior Commons Room. On October 10, 2010, from 12:00 noon to 2:00 pm

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The Visitors Parking Lot is on your left as you enter campus. A few handicapped parking spaces are located at the Visitor’s Circle right in front of the fishpond area and below the Peterson Student Center. A few more are located behind the Peterson Center as follows. Just before the Visitor’s Circle, look for the fork in the road where you would normally drive to the left to get to the Visitors’ Parking Circle just below the Peterson Center. Instead, turn right and follow the drive up to the other parking area. There are two or three handicapped parking spaces on the left. Please note that this parking lot is not open to the public, but handicapped folks are allowed to park in the designated spaces.