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Brain Development Is Topic of U of A Summer Play Therapy Conference
Richard Gaskill, former chair of the board of directors of the national Association for Play Therapy, will speak at the conference on June 22 and 23. Registration is open for the conference.
Counselor Education Graduates Moving On to Work at Universities
Doctoral students Sandra Bullins, Justin Cook, Donghun Lee and Anthony Suarez are headed to post-doctoral and faculty positions across the country.
Career Fair Scheduled May 10 to Help Arkansas PROMISE Employees at End of Grant
Employers from across the state will be on hand Thursday, May 10, at the Marriott of Little Rock to speak with Arkansas PROMISE employees and take job applications.
College Names Counseling Professor as Director of Diversity
The College of Education and Health Professions has named Stephanie Lusk, a U of A assistant professor of counselor education, as director of diversity for the college.
Doctoral Student Expands Knowledge of Racial Microaggressions
Kendra Shoge, a doctoral student in counselor education, studies the small acts that carry the clinical description of racial microaggressions and plans to write her dissertation on the topic.
Graduate Student Interns Help Local Children Through Play Therapy
Graduate students gain practical experience working with children, and faculty members conduct research that shows the local impact of play therapy on academics, classroom behavior and attendance.
Public Invited to Focus Group Meetings on Transition Services
The U of A invites parents of youth with disabilities as well as educators, pathologists, therapists, counselors and social workers to attend a focus group during the week of Jan. 22.
Adventure Therapy Lab Partners with International Student and Scholars Office in Welcoming Students
David Christian, an assistant professor of counselor education, started the Adventure Therapy Lab last year.
Counselor Education Students Learn About Diversity Through Privilege Walk
The privilege walk is an activity that highlights how people benefit or are marginalized by systems in society.
Retirees Represent 137 Years of Experience in College of Education and Health Professions
Four faculty members of the College of Education and Health Professions will retire at the end of the spring semester, taking with them a combined 137 years of teaching at the University of Arkansas.