Jacqueline Swank, a UF assistant professor in counselor education, has been honored with the 2013 Outstanding Pre-tenure Counselor Educator Award by the Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision.
The group is a division of the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision. The award recognizes individual faculty instructors in the field who are showing exceptional progress in the early stages of their academic career.
Swank is considered an emerging leader in counselor education among her colleagues. In her past three years at the College of Education, she has collected six awards for her research and practice and is a principal investigator in three grant-funded projects. Her research interests include counselor development and supervision, assessment related to counseling, creative intervention in counseling, and children and adolescents.
Swank is also well known for her service on several professional committees and organizations and as a dedicated mentor for graduate students.
https://education.ufl.edu/news/files/2019/07/News-1-300x65.png00https://education.ufl.edu/news/files/2019/07/News-1-300x65.png2013-10-08 12:14:382013-10-08 12:14:38Regional group honors Swank as outstanding pre-tenure counselor educator