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Goh presents keynote and workshop in Beijing

Michael GohMichael Goh, educational psychology associate professor, was the invited keynote speaker at the 2010 International Forum of College Student Career Planning, October 29 - November 2, in Beijing, China. The forum was organized by the China Ministry of Education. His keynote was titled "Developing Career Services For University Students in China." Goh also conducted a one-day workshop for 350 Chinese college student affairs counselors on career development skills for China in the 21st century.

Goh's interpreter for the forum was Gulan Zhong, a CEHD alum and a counseling and student personnel psychology graduate, who is a career development master trainer, mental health counselor, and author in China. Minnesota's presence at the forum was further pronounced by another workshop presenter, John Krumboltz, who is a CSPP alum, University of Minnesota Distinguished Alumni Award recipient, and currently a professor at Stanford University.

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