Prof. Dr Raye KassProf. Dr. Raye Kass, Professor of Applied Human Sciences at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada, currently spearheads group theory courses in both the undergraduate and graduate level.

Known for her contemporary, cutting edge, and timely research style and results, Dr. Raye Kass has been highlighted frequently by both national and international press agencies for both her space sciences and group theory research.

As Program Director and Board Member for the Centre for Human Relations and Community Studies for over 30 years, her consulting and training activities included designing and implementing over 2000 workshops with various universities, schools, hospitals, social services, churches, penitentiaries, government departments, and business organizations in Canada, the USA, and Europe.

She has also been invited to be involved in a number of space research projects in conjunction with the Canadian Space Agency, NASA AMES, and the Institute of Biomedical Problems (IBMP, Russia). The projects included the Psychological Experiment / Training Programme for the CAPSULS Mission held in Canada, the SFINCCS mission held in Russia, and the NSBRI (National Space Biomedical Research Institute) Ground-based Research Project with the NASA Ames Research Centre in the USA.

Dr. Kass is the author of “Theories of Small Group Development”, as well as the co-author of three other books on group theory. She has also published over 80 scholarly works, including refereed chapters in a book, book reviews, refereed journals, non-print publications, unpublished manuscripts, reports and studies, research proposals, and refereed conference presentations.

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