Judith McKay, J.D. Ph.D., faculty and chair of the Department of Multidisciplinary Studies (DMS) in NSU’s School of Humanities and Social Sciences (SHSS) presented at the 2014 Popular Culture Association and American Culture Association (PCA/ACA) Annual Conference and Meeting in Chicago on April 16-19, 2014. PCA/ACA is devoted to multidisciplinary scholarship related to popular culture and American culture with an emphasis on diversities and has two established peer-reviewed journals. McKay’s presentation was entitled: “Lessons from our Elders regarding Life, Conflict and Change.” It featured the use of a time-line to help understand how cultural, political, and other events had an impact on popular thought and perceptions from 1910-2010. Her presentation was a part of a panel facilitated by Frederick Augustyn, Jr. of the Library of Congress. McKay’s research and teaching interests include organizational conflict and change, public policy, family violence, strategic community planning, and crisis intervention. She is also the director of Community Resolution Services (CRS), which offers a variety of services to the local community including training, workshops, consultation, conflict coaching, and conflict resolution intervention. For more information, please contact CRS coordinator Naz Ozaki at 954-262-4237 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org or Judith McKay at 954-262-3060 or email email@example.com.