Goh presents keynote and workshop in Beijing
Michael 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.