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Counseling Psychology News

Mon
May
11
Both candidates will give public presentations in the Education Building's Wisconsin Idea Room. Farrar Edwards will present on Monday, May 18, and Hess on Wednesday, May 20. Both events are scheduled for 1:15 to 2:15 p.m. Employees may attend the talks in pay status, with supervisor permission, if the presentations fall during normal work hours. During these presentations, the finalists have been invited to lay out their vision for the role.
Mon
May
04
Madison Magazine recently posted an article headlined, “Hmong life in Madison,” and among those highlighted in the article is UW-Madison’s Linda Kou Aroonsavath. She holds a master’s degree from the School of Education’s Department of Counseling Psychology, and currently is finishing up her work on a Ph.D. with that same department.
Tue
Apr
28
The sterling national reputation of UW-Madison’s School of Education is due, in large part, to the talent and dedication its faculty, staff and students. Each year, the School recognizes some of its most outstanding contributors with School of Education Faculty & Staff Achievement Awards. And on Tuesday night, the most recent class of award winners was honored during a reception and ceremony in the Wisconsin Idea room of the Education Building.
Tue
Apr
28
UW-Madison’s Pa Her delivered the keynote speech at the annual Hmong Gala on Saturday, April 25. Her is a first-year doctoral student with the School of Education’s Department of Counseling Psychology. Saturday’s event was to celebrate and draw support for the Madison-based Hmong Language and Culture Enrichment Program, which seeks to “develop productive citizens and leaders through enhancing academic skills.”
Fri
Apr
17
The School of Education's Alberta Gloria is a passionate professor of counseling psychology and chair of the Chican@/Latin@ Studies Program at UW-Madison. She walks alongside her students each step of the way, creating an academic "family" that roots them in a cultural and academic context while pressing them to look at the bigger picture. This dedication to students' lives has earned Gloria the Student Personnel Association's highest honor: the Chancellor's Award.
Thu
Apr
16
Three UW-Madison students who are conducting their studies within the School of Education were recently inducted into the university’s Edward Alexander Bouchet Graduate Honor Society. This society commemorates the first African American to earn a doctorate degree from an American university (Physics, Yale University, 1876). Those earning recognition include doctoral candidates Saili Kulkarni, Patrice Leverett and Gerardo Mancilla.
Wed
Apr
15
UW-Madison’s School of Education has published its annual “AERA 2015 Presentation Guide.” Faculty, staff and students from UW-Madison and across the University of Wisconsin System are participating in more than 200 events at this year's American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting in Chicago April 16-20. And this guide is an excellent way to get a sense of the depth, breadth and quality of education research taking place across UW-Madison's School of Education, and to learn when and how those efforts are going to be showcased at the AERA Annual Meeting.
Thu
Apr
09
John R. Martins earned his Ph.D. in guidance and counseling from UW-Madison in 1974 and went on to make a significant difference in the lives of numerous students and patients. He was both a licensed clinical psychologist with a private practice in Chicago, and served as a faculty member at Roosevelt University for nearly three decades. Martins, who passed away in December 2013, is continuing to impact lives through a generous estate gift to the Department of Counseling Psychology.
Mon
Mar
23
UW-Madison’s Simon Goldberg was recently selected to receive the Kenneth Howard Memorial Student Travel Award for an upcoming poster presentation at the 2015 Society for Psychotherapy Research’s International Annual Meeting in Philadelphia. Goldberg is a Ph.D. student with UW-Madison’s Department of Counseling Psychology. His poster presentation is titled, "Therapist effects in trajectories of change: Do therapist effects manifest differently for short versus long-term clients?"
Sat
Mar
14
UW-Madison’s Bruce Wampold will be giving a talk on Friday, March 20 about his recently released book, “The Great Psychotherapy Debate (second edition).” The event is being hosted by the Department of Counseling Psychology as part of the Diversity and Social Justice Committee’s Colloquium Series.
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