Congratualtions to our own Courtney Hartzog- winner of the NBCC Foundation Scholarship! Please see the published article (and lovely photo!) ammouncing her award nationwide! Congratulations Courtney!! http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/10/prweb12270029.htm
Dr. Glenda Johnson has been hired to the PSC faculty and began her full time Assistant Professor position as of August 2014. Welcome, Glenda! :)
Congratulations to Dr. Elizabeth Graves for being awarded the Outstanding Jr Faculty 2014 award! We are very proud of you and so thankful for everything you do! :)
Congratualtions to Courtney Hartzog, a PSC student who last year applied for and just landed the prestigious and uber-competitive National Board for Certified Counselors GCDF scholarship for $5,000! We are so proud of and happy for you, Courtney! Well done!
Congratulations to Katie Brinkman and Maggie Daniels for the Cratis William Distinction Award for outstanding graduate students in 2014! We are so proud of you, Katie and Maggie! :)
Dr. Laurie Williamson is retiring as of December 13, 2013 after 18 years of dedicated service to ASU and the PSC program. We send her off with best wishes for adventure and joy in her active retirement! The email address firstname.lastname@example.org will be her permanent email address at which she can be reached from now on! Laurie welcomes contacts from her former students! : )
Congratulations to Katie Brinkman for the Cratis Williams Distinction Award for outstanding graduate student in December 2013! We are so proud of you, Katie! : )
Jill Van Horne has been hired to the PSC faculty and will start in her full time Assistant Professor position as of August 2014. Welcome, Jill! : )
Congratulations, Katie Brinkman, Morgan Driggers, and Rebecca Smith, our December 2013 graduates! We are so proud of you! : )
National School Counseling Week, celebrated Feb. 4-8, is an opportunity to recognize school counselors who go above and beyond their job descriptions. Carmel Middle School counselor Kelvin Rattley is one of them. As a CMS graduate, Rattley wanted to find a way to positively influence students’ day-to-day decisions. He says his goal has always been to help the community, and as a CMS guidance counselor he can reach a larger population of students at a younger age. He said as a student, he often...