Dr. Anthony Perillo, of the Center for Personal Growth in Davidson, NC, will present at the Psychology Research Colloquium on Thursday, Jan. 29 at 2 pm in Killian 104. He will present his research on the application of sex offender management efforts to unique offender subgroups.
Dr. Roya Scales accompanied five teacher education students to the Oulu International School in Oulu, Finland. The students toured the Education Department of the University of Oulu, participated in a traditional Finnish recipe cooking event, and spent a week working alongside teachers in the school learning about the Finnish educational system.
Dr. Adriel Hilton, assistant professor of College Student Personnel, has been chosen to receive the Sadie M. Yancey Professional Service Award from the National Association of Student Affairs Professionals (NASAP). This is the highest honor NASAP can give.
HPE & ELED/Inclusive Ed Majors: there are a few spots left for the HPE 305/EDEL 446 travel courses. Come join us for an educational and cultural experience in Germany. See Dr. Dan Grube (Reid 100) or Dr. Nancy Luke (Killian 212A) for more information.
Four Health and Physical Education faculty members presented at the National Association of Kinesiology in Higher Education (NAKHE) Conference on Jan. 8-10 in Clearwater, FL. Dr. Bob Beaudet, Dr. Robby Jacobs, Dr. Tom Watterson, and Dr. Gayle Wells each presented at the conference on their current research.
Jessica Sims, graduate student in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, was awarded a fellowship by the National Board for Certified Counselors Foundation to support her education in addictions counseling.