paper's co-authors. Balthazard and
colleagues from Wake Forest, Ari-
zona State and the U.S. Army devel-
oped and tested the new model of
greater adaptability when facing
novel, ill-defined and changing lead-
ership situations. Leader complexity
was found to be enabled by both the
mind -- the complexity of leaders'
self-concepts -- and the brain -- the
neuroscientific basis for complex
leadership," Balthazard said.
announces 15 by 16 goal
Strategic Plan, the
(BAF) has an-
an ambitious new goal of 1,500
members by 2016 -- "15 By 16."
and a new BAF logo and website,
BonniesBAF.com, were introduced.
Division I sports teams. Members' in-
vestment in St. Bonaventure through
the Bonnies Athletic Fund helps stu-
dent-athletes compete for champi-
onships. For more information and to
view the 15 By 16 campaign video,
expressing food through art
ent-Specific Effect on Mood" --
coverage in the Personal Journal section of
The Wall Street Journal.
and Melissa Misenheimer assigned partici-
pants to draw food in one of four groups:
high-fat, high-sugar cupcakes; high-fat, low-
sugar pizza; low-fat, high-sugar strawber-
ries; and low-fat, low-sugar peppers.
greater increases in mood compared to
drawing a bitter-tasting food:
· cupcakes, 27 percent increase
· strawberries, 22 percent increase
· peppers, 1 percent increase
Learn more at www.scirp.org/journal/jbbs.
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SBU students and staff
showed off creative
clothing that merged
fashion and sustain-
ability. The Project
made of 75 percent or more
post-consumer items, includ-
ing magazines, pizza boxes,
junk food wrappers and CDs.
study on leadership,
best to complex and rapidly
evolving situations have dis-
tinctive brain networks, ac-
cording to a study published in the May 10
edition of the Journal of Applied Psychol-
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