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LEO R. SANDY, ED.D., NCSP - I've been teaching at Plymouth State College since 1996, is a co-founder of Peace Studies at Plymouth State College, and am currently the Coordinator of the Human Relations option, the Parenting Education Certificate option in the Counselor Education Program, and Graduate Affiliate Faculty.  I teach both graduate and undergraduate courses with a focus on counseling, child studies, and early childhood. My educational background includes a BA in Psychology from UMass/Boston, an Ed.M. in Counselor Education/School Psychology from Boston University, and an Ed.D. in Human Development and Education from Boston University. I am a Nationally Certified School Psychologist. My work experience includes serving as a school psychologist in public schools from K-12  since 1971 and teaching at the college level on a full time basis since 1984. I am a Vietnam era veteran and active member of Veterans for Peace, Inc.  Major Focus Areas: service learning, parenting education, faculty development, college pedagogy, conflict resolution/violence prevention, human development, cultural diversity, counselor education.  For more information: email lsandy@oz.plymouth.edu ; web site http://oz.plymouth.edu/~lsandy/home.html includes course descriptions, articles, handouts, education and parenting links, peace and social justice links.

Robert Stewart C.A., C.M.C., Director of Canadian Centres for Teaching Peace; Co-Chair of Rotary District 5360 Urban Hope/Peace Plus Committee; Rotary Club of Okotoks, Alberta, Canada; Canadian Rotary Peace Cities Program founder; Chair Canadian Peace Conference Calgary November 1998; Member of the Executive of the Rotary International Fellowship for Conflict Resolution; 403-461-2469; Fax 309-407-6576; email: stewartr [at] peace.ca.

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