Laurie Anderson Sathe

Program Director/Associate Professor

651-690-8118

landersonsathe@stkate.edu

Anderson Sathe, L., & Geisler, C. (2015). The Reverberations of a Graduate Study Abroad Course in India: Transformational Journeys. The Journal of Transformative Education.

Anderson Sathe, L., Olafson, J. & Valdes, L. Learning from the Memories of the Happy Wanderer in The Journal of Qualitative Inquiry, Spring 2015.

Anderson Sathe, L. To look at things as if they could be otherwise”: educating the imagination. Text Matters: A Journal of Literature, Theology and Culture. Vol 4, Issue 4 (Nov. 2014).

Moyers, P., Finch Guthrie, P., Swan, A. & Anderson Sathe, L. Interprofessional Evidence-Based Clinical Scholar Program: Learning to Work Together in American Journal of Occupational Therapy 68, S23–S31 (Fall 2014).

Anderson Sathe, L. Creating a Space for Practical Wisdom: The Dance of Transcendence Incarnate in New Topics in Feminist Philosophy, Transcendence Incarnate. Springer: 2010.

Olafson, J., Anderson Sathe, L., Sanchez Valdes, L., and Heimann, T, (2009). Learning from a Paralympian: Lifestyle considerations for the Transpelvic Amputee, CAPO.

Noonan, S. & Anderson Sathe, L. “And the Band Played On: Developing Ethical Leadership through a Case Study of the Aids Crisis." The Journal of Research on Leadership Education. (Spring 2008).

Noonan, S., & Anderson Sathe, L. Proceedings from the 11th Annual Values and Leadership Conference 2006: “And the Band Played On: Developing Ethical Leadership through a Case Study of the AIDS Crisis.” Victoria, British Columbia. (2006).

Rolnick, C., Hawkins, Owens, B. & Sathe, L., “Computerized Information and Support for Patients with Breast Cancer or HIV Infection,” Nursing Outlook 47:78– 83, (1999).

Knutson, D. & Sathe, L., “FOCQIS: Focused Clinical Quality Information System", Clinical Outcomes, (Winter/Spring 1993).

Anderson Sathe, L. & Marinelli J., “Creating Space for Holism through Transformative Learning” presented at the 11th International Conference on Transformational Learning, October 23-26, 2014 and paper included in conference proceedings.

Anderson Sathe, L. “Creating a holistic, healing community through contemplative practice” presented at the Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education Conference, October 10-12, 2014.

Geisler, C. & Anderson Sathe, L., “Spiraling into a Phenomenological Study of Transformational Journeys in India presented at the International Qualitative Inquiry Conference, May 24th, 2014.

Anderson Sathe, L., Marinelli J., Dahlem, J. and Geisler, C. “Creating Healing Community and Connection through Transformational Learning” at the 10th International Conference on Transformational Learning, November, 2012.

Anderson Sathe, L, Marinelli J, Dahlem, J and Geisler, C “Transformational Learning for Health and Healing: A Holistic Perspective”. The 15th national Conference of Society for the Advancement of Modeling and Role Modeling, October 2012.

Graham, M., Anderson-Sathe, L. and Geisler, C. “Arts Informed Research Pedagogy” at the 8th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry Conference, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 2012.

Anderson, L. and Geisler, C., “Making Meaning of Health and Healing in India”,. 8th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry Conference, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 2012.

Anderson Sathe, L. “Creating A Space for Holism” Midwest Qualitative Research Conference, University of St. Thomas, 2011.

“Interactive Design in a Transpelvic Prosthesis Fitting: Patient and Practitioner Narratives” at the 6th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry Conference. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, May 29th 2010.

“Qualitative Research as Change Agent: Building Capacity, Developing Infrastructure and Enhancing Practice in a Clinical Setting” presented at the conference of the 4th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, May 16-18, 2008.

“Practical Wisdom: Transformation, Transgression and Transcendence” presented at Continental Philosophy of Religion conference Somerville College, Oxford, UK September 10, 2007.

“What Could You Possibly Teach Me?” Young Women Challenging Feminists as Mentors and Muses” presented at the National Women’s Study Conference, St. Charles, Illinois, June 28-30, 2007.

“Writing Narratives and Producing Knowledge from Women’s Stories of Working in Health Care” presented at the conference of the 3rd International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, May 3-6, 2007.

“And the Band Played On...Developing ethical leadership through the case study of the AIDS crisis” presented at the conference, The Moral Agency of The Educational Leader , Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, October 5-7, 2006.

“The Influence of a Women’s Centered Education on Female Health Care Professionals.” Presented at National Women’s Studies Conference, June 2006.

“Female Health Care Professionals: Writing Narratives and Producing Knowledge,” peer-reviewed paper presented at the 11th Midwest Qualitative Research Conference, Minneapolis, MN, June, 2005.

“Workforce Innovation Standardized Pre-professional Core Curricula and Health Career Guidance Taskforce Findings and Recommendations” presented to the National Institute for Health Policy, 2004.

“Women’s Agency in Twin Cities Health Care,” peer-reviewed paper presented at the 10th Midwest Qualitative Research Conference, Minneapolis, MN, and June, 2004.

“Using Feminist Methodology to Study Female Health Care Professionals,” peer-reviewed paper presented at the 9th Midwest Qualitative Research Conference, Minneapolis, MN June, 2003.

“Emerging Worker Project” presented to the Health Care Industry Council and the Minnesota Hospital Association, 2002.

“Mothers, Daughters and Partners in Prison: Power of the Authentic Voice,” peer-reviewed paper presented at the 8th Midwest Qualitative Research Conference, Minneapolis, MN, June, 2002.

“CHESS (Comprehensive Health Enhancement Support System): The impact of a home-based information and support program on the lives of patients with breast cancer or HIV in a large HMO,” presented to the American Public Health Association, San Diego, CA, 1996.

“The Use and Impact of CHESS (a home-based Computer System) for Patients with Breast Cancer or HIV Infection,” presented to the American Psychological Association Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., 1995.

“An Evaluation of CHESS Comprehensive Health Enhancement System”, presented to the Hennepin County/Group Health Foundation Research Conference, Minneapolis, MN, 1994.