What's New in CEHS

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May 2014, Volume 4, Seventh Edition

Five faculty members in the College of Education and Human Services are recipients of this year’s Professing Excellence Awards, given by The Center for Leadership Development and Campus Connections. The Professing Excellence Awards are open to all Montclair State University full?time and adjunct faculty.

May 2014


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April 2014, Volume 4, Sixth Edition

Congratulations to the students listed below who were recognized for their research presented at the University Student Research Symposium on April 12. The Dean’s office would like to thank the faculty advisors and mentors who worked with these and all of the student presenters from the College.

April 2014


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March 2014, Volume 4, Fifth Edition

Montclair State’s teacher education program is featured in a newly-released publication from the National Education Association (NEA), “Teacher Residencies: Redefining Preparation through Partnerships,”

March 2014


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January-February 2014, Volume 4, Fourth Edition

Montclair State University has sought international collaborations and partnerships through its Fulbright program and Global Education Center, and has hosted renowned international scholars to share their expertise and enhance the academic experience for MSU students.

Jan-Feb 2014


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November-December 2013, Volume 4, Third Edition

Kathleen Mulrooney, Project Coordinator of the NJ ACE Coordinating Center, and Gerry Costa, Director of the Center for Autism and Early Childhood Mental Health, were co?authors of an article in the November issue of Zero to Three. The article is titled “Stronger than the storm: Keeping infants and young children in mind during the response to super storm Sandy.

Nov-Dec 2013


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October 2013, Volume 4, Second Edition

Eden Kyse, Director, had a paper entitled “Analyzing data from single-case designs using multilevel models: New applications and some agenda items for future research” published in the September issue of Psychological Methods. The paper was co-authored with David Rindskopf and William Shadish.

October 2013


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September 2013, Volume 4, First Edition 

Gerry Costa has been named this year's recipient of the Lucille Weistuch Early Childhood Special Education Award from the New Jersey Division for Early Childhood (NJDEC). Dr. Costa, a developmental psychologist, is the Director of the Center for Autism and Early Childhood Mental Health.

September 2013

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May 2013, Volume 3, Seventh Edition

Congratulations to the students listed below who were recognized for their research presented at the University Student Research Symposium. The Dean’s office would like to thank the faculty advisors and mentors who worked with these and all of the student presenters from the College. 

May 2013


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April 2013, Volume 3, Sixth Edition

Thirty-four students participated in MSU Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development’s (ASCD) first professional development event, Acing your Interview: How to Plan and Execute a Demo Lesson on March 23, 2013. 

April 2013


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March 2013, Volume 3, Fifth Edition 

Kaitlin Mulcahy, Associate Director of the Center, was elected to Vice President of the New Jersey Association for Infant Mental Health. 

March 2013

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January-February 2013, Volume 3, Fourth Edition 

Eden Kyse is now serving as Interim Director of the Center for Research and Evaluation on Education and Human Services (CREEHS). Dr. Kyse has been with the Center, as a Senior Research Associate, since July 2011. 

Jan-Feb 2013


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November-December 2012, Volume 3, Third Edition 

In response to Hurricane Sandy, The Center for Autism and Early Childhood Mental Health (CAECMH) offered a workshop entitled “Helping Infants and Children Affected by Hurricane Sandy”. Topics discussed at the training workshop focused on the consequences of the disaster, strategies for consultation and support for infants, children, families, providers, and ways to "help the helper".

Nov-Dec 2012


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October 2012, Volume 3, Second Edition 

The National Education Association (NEA) commissioned a Residency Taskforce began examining the organization’s impact in supporting, developing, and implementing effective clinical practices and teacher residencies across the nation. 

Oct 2012


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September 2012, Volume 3, First Edition 

The New Jersey Governor’s Council for Medical Research and Treatment of Autism has awarded Montclair State University’s Center for Autism and Early Childhood Mental Health a $1.5 million, five- year grant to serve as the State’s Coordinating Center. 

Sep 2012


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May 2012, Volume 2, Eighth Edition

The Dean’s Office would like to acknowledge the important work of the faculty and staff members who devoted so much effort to successfully completing and submitting the 19 required NCATE Program Reports in March.

May 2012


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April 2012, Volume 2, Seventh Edition

Counseling and Education Leadership
Amanda Baden
was invited to be a Senior Fellow at The Evan B. Donaldson Adoption Institute (www.adoptioninstitute.org).


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March 2012, Volume 2, Sixth Edition

Counseling and Education Leadership
Muninder K. Ahluwalia
has been named a recipient of the Counselors for Social Justice 'Ohana Award.

Mar 2012


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February 2012, Volume 2, Fifth Edition

Center for Autism and Early Childhood Mental Health
The Center for Autism and Early Childhood Mental Health is proud to announce the opening of their Community Clinical Services.

Feb 2012


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November 2011, Volume 2, Third Edition

Counseling and Education Leadership
Harriet Glosoff had a book chapter entitled “Using supervision to prepare effective counseling leaders and social justice advocates” appear in C. Chang, J. Myers, C. Barrio Minton, & A. Dixon (Eds.), Professional Counseling Excellence through Leadership and Advocacy.

Nov 2011


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October 2011, Volume 2, Second Edition

Ben Samuels Children's Center
Corinne Catalano
has been named this year's recipient of the Lucille Weistuch Early Childhood Special Education Award from the New Jersey Division for Early Childhood (NJDEC).

Oct 2011


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September 2011, Volume 2, First Edition

Ben Samuels Children's Center
In June of 2011, Corinne Catalano provided autism awareness training to the Nutley Police Department.

Sep 2011