ACA Foundation 2016 Graduate Student Essay Competitions
ACA graduate student members are invited to enter the annual essay competitions, sponsored by the American Counseling Association Foundation (ACAF). Two grand prize essayists will be awarded $1,000, a complimentary 2016 ACA Conference & Expo registration, a $250 ACA eGift Certificate, and publication of their essay in Counseling Today. Prizes will also be awarded for runner up and honorable mention recipients. Awards will be officially presented at the 2016 ACA Conference& Expo (Montreal: March 31 - April 3). This year, the essay theme addresses the Multicultural and Social Justice Counseling Competencies (MSJCC). The deadline for essay submissions is December 11, 2015. More information can be found using the following link: http://www.counseling.org/about-us/awards/student-awards#sthash.L02ZHMPL.dpuf
Kimberly Mason, Dr. Joan Looby, Dr. Cheryl Justice and Dr. Laith Mazahreh will present at the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision's Conference
Kimberly Mason, a doctoral student in Counselor Education, Dr. Joan Looby, Dr. Cheryl Justice and Dr. Laith Mazahreh will be delivering a presentation at the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 7-11, 2025. The presentation is entitled , "Micro-aggressions in Counseling Supervision."
Dr. Joan Looby, Dr. Cheryl Justice, Dr. Laith Mazahreh, and Kimberly Mason will present at the American Counseling Association's International Conference
Drs. Joan Looby, Cheryl Justice, Laith Mazahreh, and doctoral student Kimberly Mason will deliver a presentation at the American Counseling Association's International Conference to be held in Montreal, Canada, March 31-April 2, 2016. The presentation is entitled: "I Treat all Clients Alike: Addressing Counselor and Supervisor Micro-aggressions in Counseling Supervision.
Dr. Stratton honored with an award by the CHARGE Syndrome Foundation
Congratulations to Dr. Kasee Stratton who was recently presented with a special recognition award by the CHARGE Syndrome Foundation, Inc. The award was presented to Dr. Stratton in recognition of her significant contributions to those with CHARGE Syndrome and her various contributions to the CHARGE Syndrome Foundation.
Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Foundations New Graduate Student Orientation this Friday
This week we welcome the new cohort of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and School Psychology master's, specialists, and doctoral students! If you are a new graduate student in the department, please join Dr. Morse and faculty on Friday, August 14 at 12 p.m. for New Graduate Student Orientation in the Swalm Chemical Engineering Building (Swalm Auditorium). We look forward to meeting you and kicking off the 2015-2016 academic year
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