Julie Stackhouse and Dr. Bruce Harry Added to LU Speaker Series
October 20, 2011
Two events have been added to the 2011-12 Lindenwood University Speaker Series: Julie Stackhouse, senior vice president of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, on Oct. 27, and forensic psychiatrist Dr. Bruce Harry on Nov. 10. Both events are free and open to the public.
Stackhouse will speak on “The Financial Crisis and the ‘Great Recession’: What Happened and the Challenges that Remain” at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 27, in Harmon Hall’s Dunseth Auditorium. Harmon Hall is located on the main Lindenwood campus, 209 S. Kingshighway, St. Charles, MO 63301.
Stackhouse is senior vice president and managing officer of banking supervision, discount window lending, and community affairs for the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. Prior to joining the St. Louis Fed in September 2002, she was vice president and managing officer of the Risk Management Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. She has served in many capacities in the banking industry since 1980 and was named a St. Louis Business Journal “Most Influential Business Woman” in 2010.
Dr. Bruce Harry will speak on “Dangerous Minds: The World of Forensic Psychiatry” at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 10, in the Spellmann Center’s Anheuser-Busch Leadership Room, also located on Lindenwood’s main campus.
One of the nation’s leading forensic psychiatrists, Harry evaluates offenders with mental disorders for the judicial and correctional systems at the state and federal levels. He also teaches students of law and psychiatry at the University of Missouri-Columbia, where he is an associate professor of psychiatry and the director of the Psychiatry and Law Division of the Psychiatry Department in the university’s School of Medicine.
At Fulton State Hospital, Harry is the interim clinical director and serves as the medical director for the Biggs Forensic Center, Missouri’s only maximum-security hospital for the psychiatric treatment of violent mentally ill men and women.
He has won numerous awards during his three-decade career, has taught psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and has lectured at the FBI Training Academy in Quantico, Va., where he occasionally collaborates with its Behavioral Sciences Unit in research, education, training, and criminal investigative analysis.
The Lindenwood University Speaker Series will run through April with events featuring storm chaser and meteorologist Reed Timmer (Feb. 22), and author, livestock innovator, and autism advocate Temple Grandin (March 13).
For more information about the 2011-12 Lindenwood University Speaker Series, visit www.lindenwood.edu/speakerseries.
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