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Counseling Psychology News

Tue
Jun
07
Fall/Winter issue of Learning Connections Now Online
Reflect on the School of Education's first semester "Back on Bascom" through the news and features of Learning Connections (formerly Campus Connections).
Tue
Jun
07
Valdez (Counseling Psych) Receives Morgridge Public Service Grant
Asst. Professor Carmen Valdez has received a Morgridge Center for Public Service grant for her intervention work with Latino families.
Tue
Jun
07
SoE celebrates American Education Week Nov 15-21
School of Education faculty, staff, students are invited to celebrate American Education Week November 15-21. This year we explore the theme “Great Public Schools: A Basic Right and Our Responsibility”.
Tue
Jun
07
Quintana (Counseling Psych) Appointed to Lead Presidential Task Force
Counseling Psychology Professor Stephen Quintana will lead a presidential task force of distinguished scholars who will examine the psychological aspects of educational disparities.
Tue
Jun
07
Wampold (Counseling Psych) receives named professorship
The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) has named Counseling Psychology Department Chair Bruce Wampold as the "Patricia L. Wolleat Professor of Counseling Psychology."
Tue
Jun
07
Message to Wisconsin's Education Community
The following statement was issued on Thursday, April 14, by the UW-Madison School of Education's Administrative Council. It was distributed to SoE alumni and education administrators across the state.
Tue
May
10
Spring 2011 Learning Connections Now Online
The Spring 2011 edition of Learning Connections, the School of Education's news magazine for alumni and friends, is now available online at learningconnections.education.wisc.edu.
Thu
Jan
01
Promoted SoE Faculty Honored
These seven recently promoted School of Education faculty have identified books to be added in their honor to the university libraries' collections.
Mon
Nov
17
School celebrates American Education Week
The University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Education invites you to join in its celebration of American Education Week, November 15–21.
Thu
Aug
21
Ed School volunteers collect school supplies at State Fair
Spirit and generosity marked UW Day at the Wisconsin State Fair on August 6, when the fair grounds were saturated with red and white. Not only did fair goers enjoy Bucky, the sounds of the UW Marching Band and numerous displays and interactive exhibits, they also had an opportunity to do good deeds by contributing school supplies for children who need them in the Milwaukee public schools.
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