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Dr. Barkley-Levenson received a dual B.A. in psychology and music from Pomona College, and completed her Ph.D. in cognitive neuroscience at the University of California, Los Angeles. She also served as a postdoctoral researcher in social neuroscience at the University of Southern California before joining the faculty at Hofstra. She is a member of the Society for Neuroscience, the Society for Judgment and Decision Making, and the Flux Society for Integrative Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience.
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TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
July 14, 1988
I am happy to recommend Robert M. May for a teaching position on a College, University, or Theological school level. I have known Robert for many years as a friend and colleague in the area of writing in the field of psychology and religion. I am confident that he has the necessary academic, personal, and teaching ability qualifications to be an excellent teacher or professor in this field.
Mr. May's considerable teaching experience includes positions on the faculties of Cambridge College, the University of California at San Diego Extension, Central Connecticut State College, Rutgers University, and other academic institution.
More important, his educational training and experience includes not only academic work, but his personal explorations of the meaning of world religions, augmented by his intensive study of Jungian psychology and other areas of psychology that are related to the area of religious concerns. His strength as a teacher stems not only from his academic background but also from his life-experience and individual life of study.
Mr. May's first book is entitled PHYSICIANS OF THE SOUL. It is a fin work which contrasts and compares a number of different religious perspectives and integrates them with psychological perspectives draw from the work of C.G. Jung and his own personal experience. The book received fine reviews and is still in print.
His second major work COSMIC CONSCIOUSNESS REVISITED is a unique contribution to the psychology of religious and transpersonal experience. It will be published later in 1988.
I can recommend Mr. May heartily, and will be glad to be contacted if further information is desired.
John A. Sanford, DD, Episcopal Priest and Jungian Analyst, San Diego, CA
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September 4, 1997
Recommendation Letter for Robert M. May
I have had the opportunity to work with Robert May for approximately thre e years. I have been his instructor in educational research and statistics courses. I advised Robert on his dissertation which he completed this past spring.
Robert is a very impressive individual in many ways. As an author he has written four books. Two have already been published. I am impressed by both the breadth and depth of Robert's scholarly work.
It is difficult to succeed in one area of scholarship. Robert is making an effort to work across two areas, psychology and religion. I believe that his work will provide a theoretical and historical perspective on the interrelations between the two fields of study that will raise issues for today and for future scholars.
At a more personal level I find Robert to be commutative, supportive colleague. He sets an example with the energy that he puts into his research. I know very few people who can get as excited as Robert when involved in research. He certainly spreads this excitement and enthusiasm to others.
I have encouraged Robert to consider returning to higher education. His teaching and research would be very valuable in almost any higher educational institution. I would certainly recommend Robert highly. If a more specific or personal recommendation is needed please feel free to contact me.
Kenneth N. Fishell, Ed. D., Professor of Education, and Former Dean & Associate Dean, The University of Vermont, School of Education, Burlington, VT, Former Provost and Professor, Berne University: International Graduate School, St. Kitts/ Nevis, WI and Wolfeboro Falls, NH
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I am a senior at Pomona College pursuing a major in neuroscience with a minor in computer science. My current research at PAC Lab relates to how a dynamic and predictive model of brain activity can be used to improve brain-computer interface designs, and I am hoping to pursue a career in computational neuroscience.