Congrats to Drs. Haynes-Thoby and Bayne, doctoral students Jan Gay and Zac McNiece, and master’s/Ed.S. student Cheolwoo Park on their funded projects from the Association for Assessment and Research in Counseling (AARC) special call for projects focused on racial disparities and oppression. See below for information about their projects. Path Analysis of Race-Based Trauma, Institutional […]
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Jan Gay, doctoral student was selected for the 2020-2021 Counselor Education and Supervision Journal Fellowship Program. The program is designed to provide mentorship to help fellows further develop their skills as scholars.
Jan Gay and Zachary McNiece received a $300 research grant from Counselors for Social Justice (CSJ). The funds will support their research study titled, “International Student Support: Implications for Counselor Education Programming.”
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Mercy Machado, counselor education doctoral student, was awarded the UF College of Education Outstanding Graduate of Professional Practice. Mercy is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and has worked with children and their families in various clinical settings.
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Caleb Chambliss, counselor education student, was awarded the UF College of Education Outstanding Graduate Leadership Award. Caleb is actively engaged in leadership at the local and national level. He has been involved in mission trips to Haiti, served as a tutor and mentor, and been involved in various advocacy activities. He also currently serves as […]
Jan Gay, counselor education doctoral student, was selected as the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES) Graduate Student Representative. She will serve a three-year term beginning in the Summer of 2020 as the ACES Graduate Student Representative-Elect.
Melissa Forgione, graduate of the UF Counselor Education Program, was named the 2019-2020 Undergraduate Professional Advisor of the Year. Melissa works as the Assistant Director for Academic and Career Advising for the University of Florida Warrington College of Business.
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Dr. Ana Puig was selected as one of only two recipients for a 2020 American Counseling Association (ACA) Fellows Award. This award is the highest honor presented by ACA for contributions to the counseling profession. Dr. Puig serves as scholar and research director of the Office of Educational Research in the College of Education, and […]
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James Rujimora, a second year counselor education master’s/Ed.S. student, won first place in the 2019-2020 Leadership Essay Contest in the Entry-Level Study Category for his essay titled, “Roots of Wellness.” His essay will be published in CSI Exemplar, the CACREP Connection newsletter, and at csi-net.org. The essay topic for this year was “Wellness Promotion through Servant […]
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