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UW's Enright to work with United Nations on stopping gender-based violence

UW's Enright to work with United Nations on stopping gender-based violence

UW-Madison’s Robert Enright has been pioneering the study of forgiveness in locations across the globe for nearly three decades. And in each instance, forgiveness has proven consistently successful in improving themes such as anger, anxiety and depression. It’s this track record of favorable outcomes that is garnering Enright the unique opportunity to help assemble a plan backed by the United Nations to address gender-based violence that is traumatizing girls and women across the world.
September 24, 2014
National Public Radio earlier this month posted an article headlined: “The End of Neighborhood Schools: New Orleans is home to the nation’s first all-charter district. Is this the future of education?” Among those NPR turns to in an effort to put this interesting topic in perspective is UW-Madison alumna Beth Sondel, who today is a professor at North Carolina State University. She spent five months observing and interviewing teachers at charter schools in New Orleans for her doctoral dissertation at UW-Madison.
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