Ashland University recently announced that it is hosting an event with the Ashland Center for Nonviolence and the Center for Civic Life, featuring a guest speaker's lecture about “Restorative Practices: Cultivating Our Just and Peaceable Selves.”
Dr. Judy Mullet, a professor of psychology at Eastern Mennonite University (EMU), will present the main topic on Oct. 7. She will give her lecture at the Rock Lecture Hall at the Schar College of Education, discussing “The Stories We Tell Ourselves: The Power of Narrative for Restorative Justice.”
After the presentation, Mullet will have a workshop in the Hawkins-Conard Student Center Eagles’ Landing. The last workshop will be about “Relational Literacy as Restorative Practice in Education” on Oct. 8.
Mullet’s Ph.D. is from Kent State University. She wrote her dissertation about context-motivation, conflict strategy choices for middle school students who have learning disabilities.
Mullet was previously a school psychologist. She has authored as well as coauthored several publications about harmful teacher behaviors and restorative discipline.
In 1986, Mullet first joined the EMU faculty. Her specialty is restorative discipline within U.S. schools. She travels the country giving workshops.
All of the events for this topic are free and open to the public.
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