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Counseling Psychology News

Thu
Dec
15
Wampold (Counseling Psych) to Receive Inspiring Teacher Award
Prof. Bruce Wampold (Counseling Psych) has been chosen to receive a Elizabeth Hurlock Beckman Award that honors inspiring teachers or students.
Thu
Nov
03
Assessing Natural Play for Instructional Planning
The central premise of the Developmental Play Assessment (DPA) instrument is that instructional goals for infants, toddlers, and young children with disabilities, or at risk for disabilities, should include attention to developments in play as well as to developments in other domains.
Wed
Oct
26
Share Your Stories for UW's "Year of the Wisconsin Idea"
More than 100 years ago the concept of “The Wisconsin Idea” came into being, a phrase coined to express our collective values and UW-Madison’s unique commitment to collaborate with the people of Wisconsin, sharing knowledge and resources in order to improve lives everywhere.
Wed
Oct
26
Dean Underwood's Message on Diversity
Dean Julie Underwood addresses the School of Education with a message on diversity.
Wed
Oct
26
Listen to Aaron Bird Bear's Chancellor's Convocation speech
School of Education academic advisor Aaron Bird Bear addressed UW-Madison's incoming undergraduates at the Chancellor's Convocation for New Students on Thursday, Sept. 1.
Wed
Oct
26
Education programs again ranked nationally at the top
The University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Education and eight of the School’s core programs again rank among the top 10 in the United States, a distinction unmatched by any other school or college of education. Seven programs rank in the top four in their respective fields.
Wed
Sep
28
SOE Alum to speak at UW's annual diversity forum
School of Education alumnus Kaleem Caire will speak as part of the keynote presentation of UW-Madison's annual Diversity Forum on Thursday, Oct. 6. Caire is the executive director of the Urban League of Madison.
Fri
Sep
16
Diversity Message from the School of Education Dean
A message from Dean Underwood about the school's commitment to academic quality, college access and student diversity.
Tue
Aug
09
Wampold (Counseling Psych) featured in Psychology Today
Counseling Psychology Professor Bruce Wampold's research results were featured in a recent Psychology Today magazine blog.
Tue
Jun
14
Spring 2010 Campus Connections Now Online
Please visit the latest Campus Connections - soon to arrive in your mailboxes.
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