PhD Counselor Education Students Receive Honors

PhD Counselor Education Students receive honors from two national associations.

In addition to students in our PhD Counselor Education Program presenting at the American Counseling Association Conference this March (2013) (see three received honors as follows:

Rick Brown was named the recipient of the Outstanding Contribution to Student Leadership Programs Award for Region II of the NASPA (National Association of Student Personnel Administrators)The purpose of this award is to recognize a professional staff or faculty member's work at the campus level in the area of student leadership programs. The recipient will have made a significant impact on student leadership programs at their institution demonstrated by a commitment to leadership development evidenced through scholarship that advances the field of leadership development and/or practice informed by leadership theory(s).Nominees will have advanced leadership development at their respective institutions through intentional collaborations with and outreach to campus constituencies.

Kevin Schafer's presentation (with Kim O'Halloran) on "Bridging the Helping Gap: Faculty and Student Affairs Collaborating to Meet the Needs of the Millenial Resident Student" was selected as one of 10 presentations sponsored by the NASPA Faculty Fellows.

Sherlene Ayala was selected as one 25 (out of 80 applicants) College Board/ Hilton NCORE 2013┬«Student Scholarship recipients for the 26th Annual National Conference on Race & Ethnicity in American Higher Education┬« (NCORE) that will  take place from May 28 through June 1 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Congratulations All!