Fifteen 2nd year students graduated with their Master of Arts in Counseling on May 20, 2013. Caleb Pusey, a dual-degree student, also received his Master of Divinity. CONGRATULATIONS to all our graduating students!
Chi Sigma Iota would like to announce a very exciting project we have in the works. Our fundraising project for the year will be the publication of a departmental poetry compilation! We have received a grant from WFU Student Life to have the collection published, so all profits will go directly into the CSI operating […]
The Department of Counseling is excited to welcome four new members to the faculty beginning Fall 2012. Please see Faculty and Staff to read more about each of the individuals listed below. Nathaniel Ivers, Assistant Professor Nathaniel Ivers, Ph.D (06) joined the Department of Counseling faculty in Fall of 2012. Nathaniel’s teaching responsibilities will include multiple graduate […]
The Old Gold and Black, Wake Forest University’s student paper, featured an essay written by a 2012 undergraduate alumni who had participated in Spring 2012’s offering of CNS 302: Career Planning with Instructor, Heidi Robinson (’11). Read his reflections on his first few weeks in the “real world” and the value of his liberal arts […]
Katherine Ziff (’93) received her Ph.D. at Ohio University. Her book, Asylum on the Hill, features a foreword by Dr. Sam Gladding. Using research and examples, Asylum on the Hill describes the treatment of those with mental disorders in the late 1800s. The book sold out of its first printing in 10 days. […]
Alumna Erin Binkley (’07) was awarded the School of Education Dean’s Award for Teaching as an Assistant Professor of Counseling within Oakland University’s Department of Counseling. Congratulations, Erin!
Miriam Filvarof (’11), a college coach at the Russell Byers Charter School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was featured in a www.philly.com article on the career services offered to students by the school’s innovative “Ours for Life” program. Read the full article here.
Faculty, Students, and Alumni recently presented at the North Carolina Counseling Association (NCCA) 2012 Annual Conference on Professional Counseling and Advocacy at the Grandover Resort in Greensboro, NC. Presentations Included: The Whole is Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts: Applications of Wellness Counseling and Social Interest Concepts in Clinical Settings, P. Clarke and […]
Mary Engerer, NCC, LPC, NBCT (’06) was selected as a semi-finalist in the 2012 ASCA School Counselor of the Year Program. She recently attended the ASCA SCOY gala and shared a couple photos with the Department. Congratulations and best of luck Mary!