Doctoral Students Present at 2014 University Research Symmposium

Montclair State University
2014 University Student Research Symposium
Presentations by PhD Counselor Education Students

The PhD Counselor Education Program had a strong presence at the 2014 MSU University Student Research Symposium. Following is a list of the students who presented and the titles of their presentations. Congratulations to all!

Sherlene Ayala: Latina Doctoral Students Innovate Through Virtual Support: Recapping Latina Voices From the NASPA National Conference

Megan Delaney: The Influence of Counseling and Social Support on Levels of Depression in Fragile Mothers

Kelly Gentry: Strategic Connections: Partnering Adult 2nd Degree Earners with Traditional Undergraduates to Promote Student Success

Stacey Kohler (prepared with Connie Ducaine, and  Kelly Gentry): Ethical Dilemmas Within the Supervisory Triad

Anna Flores Locke, Sherlene Ayala, and Sailume Walo-Roberts: Moving Beyond Racial Battle Fatigue to Social Justice in Academia

Venita Rawal: Human Trafficking: Identifying and Assisting Young Cictims

Kim Tassinari: Meaning-Making after Caregiving: How Counselors Can Help Bereaved Family Caregivers Engage in a Search for Meaning

Stacy Wahlstrom, Bill Baker, and Jerry Collins: Taking the T out of LGBT: A Foundation for Counseling the Transgender Community

Ebony White: Identifying Positive Outcomes for African Americans Raised by Single Mothers in Low Income Communities

Amy Zavadil: Prevention Education—Exploring Factors Influencing Attitude Toward Bystander Intervention in College Women