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Distinguished Diversity Lecture April 12

The 2013 Stanley Sue Distinguished Diversity Lecture will be presented Friday, April 12 by psychologist Doug Kimmel, speaking on, “Smoke, Mirrors, and Fairy Dust: Using Psychology for Social Justice.”

The lecture begins at 1:30 p.m., in 105 Corbett Business Building. The Stanley Sue Lecture Series, an annual event sponsored by UMaine’s Diversity Committee of the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology, focuses on speakers who work with diverse populations.

Kimmel will be speaking about his work with LGBT and aging populations, and social justice. Kimmel has worked extensively with several divisions of the American Psychological Association and authored books, chapters and journal articles.

After serving on the faculty at City College in New York City from 1970-98, Kimmel moved to coastal Maine.

For more information or to request disability accommodations, contact Ethan Rothstein on FirstClass.

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