The Department of Educational and Counseling Psychology has positions available to support the programs offered by the department. These include Counseling Psychology, School Counseling, Mental Health Counseling, and Art Therapy. As can be seen in the following advertisement, persons with a variety of professional experiences will be considered. Most important is the demonstration of publication potential and a line of research with high likelihood of obtaining supportive extramural funding.
Here is the APA Monitor ad.
APA Monitor Print Conglomerated Ad
University of Louisville, Department of Educational and Counseling
Psychology: The Department of Educational and Counseling Psychology (ECPY) in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Louisville, is seeking to fill multiple tenure-track positions with outstanding scholars in the areas of School, Counseling, Clinical/Community, and Clinical Child Psychology; Counselor Education; and Educational/Developmental Psychology and the Education Sciences. Two of these appointments may involve additional administrative appointments as Chair of ECPY and/or Director of Clinical Training. ECPY offers an array of programs leading to M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in the areas of Counseling Psychology, Elementary and Secondary School Counseling, Mental Health Counseling, and College Student Personnel. We seek candidates at all levels:
For exceptional candidates, the rank of Associate Professor or Professor may be available. Those beyond the level of Assistant should have an interest in assuming significant leadership roles. Tenure-track appointments are for 10 months (administrative appointments may be for 12 months) with the possibility of summer employment. The successful candidate will be expected to work with local school districts and/or health promotion and prevention science initiatives; teach and advise Masters and Doctoral students; develop a strong, nationally visible line of scholarly research; seek grant funding; and provide service to the college, university, professional associations, and discipline-related community partners. School, Counseling, Clinical/Community, and Clinical Child Psychology: ECPY seeks to fill two to three appointments with outstanding scholars who will join our APA-accredited Counseling Psychology Ph.D. program. Preferred candidates will possess expertise in school, counseling, clinical/community, and clinical child psychology; health and/or prevention psychology; and expertise in educational interventions and teaching and learning, particularly in K-12 schools. Strengths are also sought in consultation, assessment, development, diversity, and supervision. Counselor Education:
Two or more appointments are available for individuals who will join colleagues in improving existing programs with a focus on preparing elementary and secondary counselors, counselor educators, and school leaders. We seek individuals with strong skills in curricular development, prevention and promotion, and school reform/transformation efforts in public schools, particularly ASCA, CACREP, and APA school models. We also seek individuals with strong skills in research- and evidence-based counseling, assessment, supervision, school/community partnerships, and supporting academic achievement. Faculty in these roles will be expected to create and enhance partnerships with school districts and educational organizations.
Educational/Developmental Psychology and the Education Sciences: In collaboration with the Department of Teaching and Learning, ECPY seeks to fill one tenure-track position with an outstanding scholar in Educational/Developmental Psychology and the Education Sciences. This candidate will possess knowledge about key issues in child development, learning theories, and teacher education and demonstrate dedication to creating and enhancing partnerships with school districts and educational organizations. Qualifications for all positions include: a Ph.D. in a position-related field (outstanding ABD candidates will be considered) from an APA-accredited program, as appropriate; demonstrated strength and potential for excellence and leadership in research, teaching, and publishing; experience working in partnership with the university, communities, and schools in diverse settings; strong evidence of clinical/professional skills as appropriate to the area of candidacy; a demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and social justice; and a successful history of or potential for grant writing and grant-funded research. Preferred candidates will have experience working with accrediting bodies such as APA, NCATE, and CACREP and incorporating technology in instructional practices. Formal review of applicants will begin October 25,
2005 and will continue until all approved positions have been filled. Please send nominations or letters of interest explaining how minimum and preferred qualifications are met and describing relevant experiences and interests, along with a CV, sample publications, and three current letters of recommendation, specifying the position and level for which you are applying, to: Educational and Counseling Psychology Search Committee, c/o Sam Stringfield, Ph.D., Acting Chair, Department of Educational and Counseling Psychology, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY 40292. UofL is an AA/EEO employer actively seeking minority and women candidates.
Professional Counseling Advertisement
Mental Health Counseling/School Counseling faculty position at Middle Tennessee State University. The Department of Psychology, with 45 faculty members and 6 graduate programs (see www.mtsu.edu/~psych), invites applications for a tenure-track position (#120520) at the Assistant/Associate Professor level beginning August, 2006; to join a five-person professional counseling faculty in a CACREP-accredited program (school counseling currently accredited). Ph.D. or Ed.D. from an APA (counseling psychology) or CACREP (counselor education)-accredited program preferred (ABD considered). Licensed psychologist preferred. Undergraduate teaching opportunities will include general psychology, personality, and lifespan development. Graduate teaching opportunities may include foundations of mental health counseling, diagnosis and treatment planning in counseling, introduction to educational and psychological research, practicum in counseling, and internship in mental health or school counseling. A newly developed master’s degree program in mental health counseling was recently approved by the Tennessee Board of Regents with the first cohort of students starting in fall, 2005. Teaching excellence (both undergraduate and graduate) and an active research program are expected. Formal training or experience in the supervision of student counselors and experience working in a mental health or school setting are preferred.
Application Procedures: To apply for this, go to http://mtsujobs.mtsu.edu and follow the instructions on how to complete an application, attach documents, and submit your application online. If you have questions, please contact Academic Affairs at 615-898-5128. Review of applications begins October 31, 2005 and will continue until position is filled. Rank and salary commensurate with education and experience. Proof of U.S. citizenship OR eligibility for U.S. employment will be required prior to employment (Immigration Control Act of 1986). Cleary Act crime statistics for MTSU available at http://police.mtsu.edu/crime_statistics.htm or by contacting MTSU Public Safety at 615-898-2424. EO/AA Employer.
Dear program administrator,
My supervisor, Dr. Martin Drapeau, and I are conducting an online study on psychotherapists (of clinical psychology, counselling psychology, social work, and psychiatry backgrounds)- this study includes students, professors, and practitioners in the practice of counselling and/or psychotherapy. Our study has received ethics approval from McGill University. We are in need of participants and we would very much appreciate your help in this respect.
Please forward the following message to all students (masters and above) and professors in your program.
Thank you very much.
Tunde Ogunfowora and Dr. Martin Drapeau
We contacted you last month to invite you to participate in our study examining how personality is associated with psychotherapists’ choice of theoretical orientation. If you have completed our survey, we thank you very much for your important contribution. If you haven’t filled out the survey, we would like to re-invite you to contribute to our study. The study, which has received ethics approval from McGill University, involves filling out a short questionnaire
(10-15 minutes) available on a secure website. The responses you provide are completely confidential and there is no way of tracing responses back to you as random codes are assigned to each participant. This study is in partial fulfillment of my Masters’ degree at McGill University.
Please click on the link below to participate. An informed consent form will appear on the new web page, followed by the actual questionnaire.
We thank you in advance for your time and participation in our research study.
Tunde Ogunfowora and Dr. Martin Drapeau, McGill University
*** For additional information, please contact Tunde Ogunfowora at:
*** We have tried our utmost best to carefully select participants for this study but if you receive this invitation by mistake, we do sincerely apologize for taking your time. Also, if you have received several invitations from us (perhaps due to multiple membership to several psychotherapy groups), we do sincerely apologize for taking your time.
An Introduction to APA Documentation & Editorial Style:
A Workshop for Students
Wed, October 26th
3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
Wilson Library - Rm. s30B
Fri, November 4th
1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
Magrath Library - Rm. 81
St. Paul Campus
Learn the basics of the American Psychological Association's (APA) documentation and editorial style through discussion, handouts, and exercises.
Dear Higher Education Colleague:
The Institute on College Student Values will host its 16th annual meeting on February 2-4, 2006, at Florida State University. Over the past two decades, the Institute has become a national gathering for higher education administrators, teachers, researchers, and students who are especially interested in how colleges and universities encourage moral, civic, and spiritual development. The 2006 Institute will examine how colleges and universities promote the holistic student through the theme of “Finding Wholeness: Students Search for Meaning and Purpose in College.”
Featured speakers and presenters include Marcia Baxter-Magolda, professor of Education Leadership at Miami University; Rebecca Chopp, president of Colgate University; Alan Wolfe, professor of Political Science and director of the Boisi Center for Religion and American Public Life at Boston College; and Scotty McLennan, Jr., dean of Religious Life at Stanford University. Arthur Chickering and Liesa Stamm will serve as faculty in residence. Invited presenters include Peter Laurence, co-director of Education as Transformation, Bill McDonald, VP Student Affairs at Presbyterian College; and Jennifer Lindholm, director of Project on Spirituality. More information about the program and registration along with the Institute brochure are available at www.Collegevalues.org/Institute.cfm.
The Institute will examine college programs that strive to assist students as they search for wholeness. Spirituality, leadership, involvement, and scholarship are just a few ways a student can work towards this goal. Speakers will discuss the roles that values and spirituality play in this success and why spirituality and authenticity are so important. As in the past, the 2006 Institute will provide participants with information on the character development initiatives of leading colleges and universities, current research on moral, spiritual and civic learning, and opportunities to learn and share with colleagues from across the United States.
Should you have questions about the 2006 Institute on College Student Values, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Timothy W. Quinnan, Ph.D.
Director, Institute on College Student Values
Florida State University
Rebekah L. Dorn
Institute on College Student Values
Florida State University
Student Representative Meeting Minutes
From: Aimee J. Arikian
Re: 10/10/05 Meeting Minutes
In Attendance: Aimee Arikian, Chirayu Dongre, Kara Galvin, Kay Herting-Wahl, PhD, Lauren Kavan, Angie Schmidt-Whitney, Meaghan Stein, Sherri Turner, PhD, Jeff Walter, Kristin Williams, Kim Zahm, MA
Meetings will be held every 2 weeks in 240 Burton
- Obtaining the OK from Mary Farquhar re: room reservation
The CSPP Potluck has been rescheduled for November 10, 2005 (12-1pm)
Practicum meeting scheduled for December 1, 2005 (applicable to incoming 2005 MA and PhD students)
Student Rep Meeting Procedures:
- Protocol for meeting minutes review:
1. Send minutes to all members attending
2. Members will reply with OK or with any changes/additions that they feel necessary
3. When ready to send out to all of CSPP, forward to Deirdre
- All reps should obtain an e-mail list for their cohorts
- If a rep can’t make a meeting, please send a replacement from your cohort
Space Committee Report
Ed. Psych Offices will be relocating to the old Mineral Building on River Road by approx. 2007
- There will be no classroom space in that building
- New lab facilities will be there for us
Courses for May Term/Summer Sessions (2006 and 2007)
Need to assess interest in these courses to see if it is worthwhile to offer them. In order for a class not to be cancelled during the summer, (5-7 students need to enroll for an 8000 level, and 8-10 students need to enroll for a 5000 level class)
Professor’s offerings – thoughts about providing: Counseling Procedures, Crisis/Counseling Management, Advanced Assessment, Assessment in Practicum, Cross-Cultural, Child and Adolescent Development classes.
- Are students interested in taking these courses in the summer?
- How many in each?
Student’s offerings – Counseling and Spirituality (1 cr.) & Counseling Immigrant Families (1 cr.)
- Current PhD students need to submit course proposals w/in 7 days if they would like to teach any
classes this summer
Student suggestions – Abnormal, other? …
- Are students interested in any other topics that faculty could develop?
- How many are interested in such courses (each)?
Student Personnel/Higher Ed. Track Student Concerns
2nd Year MA students expressed a need for more CSPP faculty and administrative guidance re:
Availability of classes that are Student Personnel/Higher Ed. content related (within Ed Psych. or other
Scheduling flexibility of such course work within Program Handbook
Student Personnel/Higher Ed. Track Student Concerns Cont’d
Practicum Class Small Group placement with classmates in community track who do not share similar
types of client issues (i.e. resumé writing vs. suicidal ideation)
- Idea that placing Higher Ed. track students in the same Practicum Class groups would be helpful – if not for the entire year, for at least one of the semesters of 2nd year in MA program
Suggestions: contact Darwin Hendel in Ed. Policy and Admin. ? email@example.com / 612-625-0129
To speak with Tom Skovohlt, PhD, the Practicum Instructor, regarding Practicum Class placements
Generating list to give to faculty/staff of needs and suggestions for improvement of this CSPP track
Student Rep. help in scheduling social and other events
Suggestions for parties, potlucks, and sports teams are welcome (even if no U funding is available)
Student Rep. to meet with Vice President candidate for Access, Equity and Multicultural Affairs
Dr. Turner thinks it is a great idea to meet with these candidates in a colloquium like setting. Keep on
radar for next few months.
Dealing with 1 credit courses (applicable to incoming 2005 MA and PhD students)
There is a Graduate School Requirement that these students need to take at least 1 credit from outside
the EPsy department
Ideas: Child Development, Center for Spirituality, Family Social Sciences, Youth Services
Kay is updating a list of applicable and possibly counseling related coursework at the U.
Note: Taking a class with “Family” in the course title will be helpful when you apply for the LPC license
Revamping Comp and Prelim Exams
These exams are being updated currently to reflect our current course work
Specifically (although not included in Handbooks) Child and Adolescent Development and Abnormal
course content will be included on these exams
No study materials will be provided by CSPP for this exam – classmates often study together though
A 1st year MA student would like to serve as CSPP’s Counsel of Graduate Students (COGS) representative, is this alright with CSPP faculty?
Can we outfit our CSPP student lounge with a coffee maker?
- Provisos: we will need a “Coffee Rep” or at least a collaborative system in place to organize coffee purchasing, coffee making, coffee clean-up, and assurance that coffee pot has been turned off at the end of each day
- Does anyone have a coffee pot that they want to donate?
Can we re-arrange our lounge? - sure thing
Are there any available chairs for the lounge? – checking with Mary Farquhar; she is to e-mail Aimee
Next Meeting October 24th at 2 pm in Burton 240
Enjoy working with kids?
Have a special skill?
Need experience instructing youth?
We have the perfect opportunity for you. The City of Fridley Recreation Department is looking for energetic instructors for our After-School
(3:15-5:15 p.m. or 3:00-6:00 p.m.), Evening and Weekend Classes (sports, crafts, games, etc.) for pre-school, elementary and middle school age children. Classes scheduled monthly, teach 1-4 days a week, $8-10 per hour depending on experience. For application information contact the Fridley Recreation Dept. at (763)572-3570, e-mail PrasekM@ci.fridley.mn.us or visit our website www.ci.fridley.mn.us - go to Parks and Recreation then Job Opportunities.
Assistant Education Specialist (132056)
Requisition Number: 132056
Date Posted: 08/19/2005
Job Code: 9747
Job Title: Assistant Education Specialist
Working Title: Evaluation Specialist
Department: Medical School Admin
Term: 12 months - A appointment
Type: Annually Renewable
The Evaluation Specialist is an integral part of the Education Offices of the Medical School and the new MED2010 initiative. Working in collaboration with other members of the staff, the specialist will help develop tools to collect and analyze information to continuously enhance the medical school and graduate medical education curricula.
Coordinate and conduct course and program evaluations; participate in the collection of data, data aggregation and analysis, and the meaningful display and reporting of these data; use established data validation strategies to ensure data accuracy and trustworthiness of reports; monitor quality of report generation and identify significant findings requiring prompt attention by curriculum leaders; develop data queries designed to mine the evaluation data residing in large databases. Import data sets into statistical packages such as SPSS/SAS and perform routine statistical analysis as directed; assist in the design and conduct of surveys and focus groups on curricular topics for the Medical School faculty; act as a liaison to troubleshoot electronic evaluation collection systems both during routine QC of current systems and in the test phase of any new systems; provide technical support for medical education research and educational measurement activities; and handle sensitive information in a confidential and professional manner.
Minimum Qualifications: Requires a Master's degree in Psychology; Education; Educational Measurement, or equivalent combination of education and related experience; a minimum of two years experience with basic statistical analyses and database management; demonstrated skills in interpreting and communicating evaluation findings. The ability to work as a member of a customer oriented, responsive team is necessary. Preferred Qualifications: Prior experience in creating or managing assessment strategies for professional education programs. Prior education or experience working in health sciences education. Experience using qualitative and quantitative methods to address educational questions. Previous SQL experience desired but not required.
To apply send a resume and cover letter to: Linda F. Reilly, Assistant Director, Medical School Education, MMC 293, 420 Delaware Street, SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455
The following job opening in Orientation & First-Year Programs is posted on the University's employment website. It is job #132766 and is located in the P&A/Executive, Administrative, Managerial section.
COMMUNICATIONS AND PUBLIC RELATIONS SPECIALIST Orientation and First-Year Programs (OFYP) University of Minnesota * Twin Cities
The mission of OFYP is to provide quality transitional experiences, in collaboration with other University departments that maximize students'
potential for personal and academic success and assist them in adjusting to the challenges presented by collegiate life. All entering students will experience a seamless transition and become engaged community members.
Several programs include: freshmen, transfer, graduate, and parent orientation, New Student Weekend, the First-Year Portal, Campus Kick-It Program, and other first-year initiatives.
The COMMUNICATIONS AND PUBLIC RELATIONS SPECIALIST will oversee and be responsible for various aspects of OFYP's communication, marketing and public relations activities. This position provides communications leadership while ensuring high-quality communications throughout OFYP that strategically and consistently conveys key messages to new students and their parents, garners support for OFYP from key constituencies, as well as support for outreach initiatives and priorities. Writes, develops, produces, and distributes communications and publications for marketing and public relations purposes. Duties are completed under the supervision of the Director of Orientation and First-Year Programs.
Required: Bachelor's degree in Communications, Public Relations, marketing, or other related area. Three years with an emphasis on student development and student transitions related to a higher education environment.
Preferred: Masters degree in Arts, Communications, Higher Education or related field. Experience with web development and graphic design.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
1) Develop, maintain and implement strategic communications goals and
plan for OFYP including print publications, web, market research, and outreach.
a) Coordinate multiple communication projects and writing/editing a wide
variety of communication pieces.
b) Advise and consult with other OFYP staff regarding communications
projects and deadlines managed within their area.
c) Work with graphic designers and/or public relations on layout and
preparation of graphic materials.
d) Facilitate bids and cost analysis of all projects being mindful of
e) Build relationships and establish and maintain communication channels
with colleges, departments, and other constituencies.
2) Coordinate and work in conjunction with University Relations and
Printing Services to produce all OFYP print publications. Some in-house development may be needed. Several publications include:
a) Orientation Guide
b) Freshman Orientation Newsletter
c) Transfer Orientation Newsletter
d) New Student Weekend Brochure
e) Graduate Orientation brochure
f) Gopher Guide
g) Welcome Student Posters
h) Portal brochure
3) Coordinate, design, manage content, and update all web pages and
online communications for the following areas:
a) The Class of 200x Portal (new student transition portal)
b) OFYP Web page
c) Transfer Online Orientation Program (Web CT/Vista Programs)
d) Online Forms (i.e. Convocation, Orientation Leaders Applications)
e) First-Year student electronic newsletter
4) Coordinate Outreach to assist in promotion of OFYP Programs.
a) Facilitate mass emails sent to various student populations.
b) Manage external presentations and marketing fairs (i.e. Admissions
events) and connecting audience to OFYP resources.
c) Manage all advertising projects.
d) Refer questions or concerns from participants at presentations to
appropriate staff/unit for response/resolution.
5) Conduct Market Research ensure OFYP is meeting the needs of the
students populations we serve.
a) Assist with development, administration and analysis of all
b) Conduct focus groups to obtain feedback from student
6) Supervise Undergraduate Communications Intern.
7) Serve as a member of the OFYP Management Team.
8) Provide support and assistance to any and all OFYP programs as
Send a letter of application, a complete resume and the names, addresses, e-mail and telephone numbers of three professional references to: Jenny Rachmaciej, University of Minnesota, Orientation & First-Year Programs, 315 Coffman Memorial Union, 300 Washington Ave SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455.
Position will remain open until filled. Review of applications will begin on October 3, 2005. Salary is based upon experience.
Assistant Director-New Student Weekend
Orientation & First-Year Programs
300 Washington Ave SE
315 Coffman Memorial Union
Minneapolis, MN 55455
(612) 624-6997 fax
Professor and Department Head
Department of Educational Psychology
College of Education
University of Arizona
The Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Arizona is a highly ranked department in a premier public research institution, enrolling about 80 masters and 30 doctoral students. The faculty includes internationally recognized experts with strong links to practice and significant contributions to scholarship in motivation and classroom practices; cognition and instruction; memory and cognition; measurement, evaluation, and statistical methods; educational policy and school reform; and school counseling. The department also contributes importantly to the university’s teacher education program.
Position: (Job No. 33526). The Department of Educational Psychology in the College of Education at the University of Arizona invites applications for an associate or full professor and department head. The area of expertise is open to any of the specializations of the department. The department consists of 7 full time faculty, 6 adjunct instructors, and 1.5 staff.
Qualifications: Earned doctorate in educational psychology or a related field; a strong record of teaching and scholarship (including a record of funded research and publications in leading research journals) sufficient for appointment as a tenured associate or full professor; administrative experience in higher education, including demonstrated success in collaborative leadership settings; strong interpersonal and communication skills; and experience in diverse and multicultural communities.
Duties and Responsibilities: Contribute to the department’s instructional program, maintain an active research program, and engage in service and outreach that is consistent with the university’s land grant mission. Provide leadership in departmental affairs, including academic leadership (e.g., developing new program initiatives, recruiting and funding graduate students, recruiting and mentoring new faculty, participating in the College Leadership Council) and administrative leadership (e.g., supervising budget, fund raising for departmental initiatives, supporting grant applications and oversight). The head is expected to build collaborations and to communicate effectively within the department, across the college and university, in the local community and the state, and across the national and international academic community.
Application Procedure: Submit an on-line application at http://www.hr.arizona.edu citing the appropriate job number. Submit a letter of interest, complete curriculum vitae, a one-page statement of research interests, names and contact information for at least three references who can speak to your qualifications, and representative publications to Ronald W. Marx, Educational Psychology Search Committee, College of Education, University of Arizona, P.O. Box 210069, Tucson, AZ 85721-0069. Review of applications will begin November 1 and will continue until the position is filled.
As an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer, the University of Arizona
Recognizes the power of a diverse community and encourages applications from
individuals with varied experiences, perspectives, and backgrounds.
Assistant Professor, Tenure Track
M. Ed. Program in School Counseling and Guidance
College of Education
The Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Arizona is a highly ranked department in a premier public research institution. The faculty includes internationally recognized experts with strong links to practice and significant contributions to scholarship in motivation and classroom practices, memory and cognition, measurement and evaluation, educational policy and school reform, learning and instruction, and school counseling.
Position: The Department of Educational Psychology in the College of Education at the University of Arizona invites applications for an assistant professor tenure track position in its School Counseling Program. The program, launched in August 2000, leads to a M.Ed. in School Counseling and Guidance, and prepares students to assume positions as highly qualified school counselors who are prepared to deliver comprehensive guidance programs and to implement data-based decision making.
Qualifications: Candidates must have an earned doctorate by the time of appointment (August 2006) in Counselor Education or Counseling Psychology or a closely related field. Experience as a school counselor is required as is experience with diverse populations. Candidates must demonstrate a strong potential for scholarly productivity, as the successful candidate will be expected to develop and conduct a research agenda resulting in publications in peer-reviewed scholarly journals. Preferred qualifications: Bilingual (English/Spanish), experience in integrating technology and teaching, evidence of successful teaching at the graduate level, and current membership in professional organizations.
Duties and Responsibilities:
• Teach two graduate courses per semester in the school counseling program
• Conduct high quality research addressing critical issues in the field
• Secure funding for research, development, and service activities
• Supervise practicum and internship students
• Advise master’s and doctoral students
• Fulfill service commitment to the department, college, university, and profession
Application Procedure: Submit an on-line application at http://www.hr.arizona.edu citing the appropriate job number. Submit a letter of interest, complete curriculum vitae, a one-page statement of research interests, names and contact information for at least three references who can speak to your qualifications, and representative publications to Sheri Bauman, Assistant Professor, Educational Psychology Search, College of Education, University of Arizona, P.O. Box 210069, Tucson, AZ 85721. Review of applications will begin November 1 and will continue until the position is filled.
Counseling Psychology Faculty Position Announcement
Faculty Position in Counseling Psychology, University of Nebraska-Lincoln:
The Department of Educational Psychology seeks applications for a nine-month, tenure-track Assistant Professor in our APA-accredited Counseling Psychology Program beginning August, 2006. Responsibilities will
include: development and maintenance of an ongoing program of research; classroom instruction, student research advisement, professional (clinical) supervision, and student mentoring; preparation of research or training grants; participation in faculty governance; collaboration with other faculty in contributing to and managing the CP program. Commitment to the program's multicultural emphasis is essential. Included with the Counseling Psychology Program in the Department of Educational Psychology are the School Psychology Program (APA-accredited), the Cognition, Learning, and Development Program, the Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Education Program, and the Counseling and School Psychology Clinic. Affiliated with the department are the Buros Center for Testing, the Center for Instructional Innovation, and the Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families, and Schools. We are particularly interested in applicants'
ability to teach multicultural counseling; assessment; professional ethics; or practice, theory, and research in counseling psychology. Willingness to collaborate across disciplines in the College of Education and Human Sciences and the Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families, and Schools is highly desirable. An earned doctorate by the starting date in Counseling Psychology or a very closely related field is required.
Preference will be given to candidates who are license eligible in Nebraska. Salary will be competitive based on a nine-month schedule, with opportunities for summer teaching available. A letter of application, vita, three letters of reference, and samples of scholarly writing should be sent
to: Michael J. Scheel, Ph.D., Chair, Counseling Psychology Search Committee; Department of Educational Psychology; 38 TEAC; University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE 68588-0345. Review of applications will begin December 1, 2005 and will continue until an acceptable applicant is hired.
Candidates wishing additional information are encouraged to contact Dr.
Scheel by phone (402-472-0573), email
The Department of Counseling Psychology at the University of Wisconsin - Madison invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor. The successful candidate will have demonstrated a commitment to diversity and multiculturalism, be able to take a leadership role with the department in their specialty area, and contribute as a scholar and teacher to our APA - accredited Doctoral program in Counseling Psychology and our Masters program in Counseling, which includes training in school, community, and higher education counseling.
Desirable candidates will (a) have demonstrated competence in counseling, teaching, and/or clinical supervision with diverse populations in education and/or mental health settings; (b) have completed a doctorate in counseling psychology or a closely related discipline; (c) have evidence of a research agenda indicating the potential for scholarly publication sufficient for tenure at a major research university; (d) be eligible for licensure in Wisconsin as a psychologist, professional counselor, or school counselor. Currently, the department has well-developed strengths in the areas of multiculturalism, research methods in counseling, vocational psychology, supervision, and school counseling. We are seeking a candidate who has the ability to build on these strengths and/or extend our expertise in new directions that are relevant to counseling psychology such as gender or LGBT research and practice, health psychology, or the psychology of underrepresented groups.
By January 6, 2006, send a letter of application, vita, and samples of scholarly work. Have three letters of recommendation sent directly to Hardin L.K. Coleman, Ph.D., Search Chair, Department of Counseling Psychology, 321 Education Building, 1000 Bascom Mall, University of Wisconsin - Madison, Madison, WI 53706-1398. Direct inquires to Hardin L.K. Coleman at firstname.lastname@example.org or (608) 262-2161. For general information about The Department of Counseling Psychology our website
is: http://www.education.wisc.edu/cp/ .
Unless confidentiality is requested in writing, information regarding applicants and nominees must be released upon request. The University of Wisconsin is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
(Marriage and Family Focus)
Tenure Track Assistant Professor
The University of St. Thomas announces a tenure track Assistant Professor Position in the Graduate School of Professional Psychology to begin Fall 2006. A doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology (PhD, PsyD, EdD) is required for tenure. A degree from an APA Accredited program is preferred.
Eligibility for Minnesota licensure as a Psychologist is required.. Prior college or university teaching experience is desired. AAMFT supervisor eligible preferred. A focus on marriage and family teaching is required.
This position is designed for teaching at the master's and doctoral level.
Advising both master's and doctoral level students is required.
A commitment to a practitioner-scholar model, participation in curriculum revision, program development and assessment, campus service activities, student retention and recruitment, scholarly endeavors, and collegiality are expected.
The Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) degree in Counseling Psychology is accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) and the master's program prepares professionals for licensing as Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC) as well as master's level Marriage and Family Therapists (LMFT). Candidates whose practice and scholarly activities encompass diversity and multicultural concerns will find the increasingly diverse Twin Cities an attractive site for teaching, practice, and scholarship.
Established in 1885, the University of St. Thomas is Minnesota's largest private university with an enrollment of 11,000 students studying in a wide range of liberal arts, professional, and graduate programs. Inspired by our Catholic tradition and the rich resources of the dynamic, urban Twin Cities, St. Thomas seeks to develop morally responsible individuals who combine career competency with cultural awareness and intellectual curiosity.
The University of St. Thomas has a strong commitment to the principles of diversity and inclusion, to equal opportunity policies and practices, and to the principles and goals of affirmative action; and, in that spirit, seeks a broad spectrum of candidates who have demonstrated a commitment to these principles. The University strongly encourages nominations of, as well as applications from, women, persons of color, and persons with disabilities.
Submit letter of interest (refer to Position # 200285), resume, graduate transcript, sample of publications or dissertation chapters as example of writing, three letters to: www.stthomas.edu/hr. For supporting material that cannot be sent electronically, mail to: University of St. Thomas, Mail AQU217, 2115 Summit Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55105.
For full consideration, applications should be received by November 30, 2005.
The University of St. Thomas is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer
The 2005 CSPP information session will be held on Oct. 25th (Tuesday), from 4:00p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
This is a wonderful opportunity for potential applicants to learn more about the application process
and our program. And we would like to invite you to be a CSPP “ambassador” and share your
program experiences with applicants. If you would like to volunteer for this event, please reply to
Juihsien Kao at email@example.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you very much for your help!
There is a need for mental health volunteers now and for the foreseeable future in Mississippi. This information is from discussions I have had with a number of people in Mississippi over the past several weeks. They very much appreciate us helping them in their coordination efforts. The Mississippi Department of Mental Health and representatives from State Boards of Psychology, social work, counseling, and community mental health agencies (in consultation with federal agencies and national
groups) have coordinated to be able to better use much-needed volunteers. The first several weeks after Katrina, there were often a surplus of mental health (and other) volunteers at certain sites with nothing to do and no volunteers at others. There is a lot to do and this should allow us all to help. You do not have to be licensed, nor do you have to commit to a longer period.
Below is the information for those of you who might want to volunteer in Mississippi. Most of the need right now is at Disaster Recovery Centers in the coastal areas. At this point State of Mississippi has no funds to help with your expenses. You also need to be self-sustaining in terms of places to stay, etc. There is no minimum time commitment.
Individuals do not need to be licensed but should have some background in mental health...masters students in counseling or doctoral counseling psychology, etc. students are more than welcome. There is much to be done including outreach and giving basic information as well as counseling.
If anyone wants to volunteer, contact Kris Jones, LMSW (see message below). If you are licensed, they would also like you to contact the appropriate licensing board first (Kris or someone at Project Recovery can direct you).
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, September 30, 2005 4:51 PM
To: Jacobs, Sue
Subject: Fwd: Disaster Recovery Centers 092905-1700.doc
I am forwarding you an email with the locations of the Disaster Recovery
Centers in MS (just scroll until you get to MS). If you have anyone who
would like to volunteer, please ask them to contact me at Project
Recovery at 601-351-8441 or by email at
Kris Jones, LMSW
Department of Mental Health
Division of Children and Youth
239 North Lamar Street
Jackson, MS 39201
Sue C. Jacobs, Ph.D.
School of Applied Health and Educational Psychology
Oklahoma State University
Expert Summit on Immigration
American Psychological Association
February 2, 2006
San Antonio, Texas
Call for Proposals for Poster Sessions
Division 52, International Psychology
POSTER SESSION THEME:
“Global Realities: Intersections and Transitions”
We are especially interested in posters addressing the following themes: immigration and trauma, intergenerational conflict and changes in gender roles and family systems as a consequence of immigration, psychotherapeutic approaches to immigration related issues (i.e. cultural adjustment, racism, etc.), diversity of immigrant populations (i.e., nationalities, gender issues, LGBT issues, life span developmental perspectives, immigration goals (i.e., family reunification, refugee, sojourner, visa status differences, undocumented immigrants, asylum seekers), and acculturation and acculturative stress. Graduate students and early career psychologists are particularly encouraged to submit a poster proposal for the conference.
For more information about the conference and poster session, please click on:
PROPOSAL DUE DATE – OCTOBER 28, 2005.
Lynn H. Collins, Ph.D.
La Salle University
1900 W. Olney Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19141
Students! The following video resource website from the Student Affiliate Group of Division 17 provides information on:
1) Gaining acceptance to a Counseling Psychology Program.
2) Advice on Predoctoral internship.
3) Obtaining a first academic job.
UCCS Counseling Staff
Professional Development Programs
University Counseling and Consulting Services invites counselors, mental health professionals, and relevant faculty across campus to attend our in-house professional development programs.
Our next program is...
"Goal Achievement through Treasure Mapping"
Barbara Laporte, M.A.
Assistant Director and Counselor
Career Services, School of Public Health
University of Minnesota
Tuesday, October 25, 2005
202 Eddy Hall
No reservations; no fees. Please come join us!
Contact Bob Seybold, UCCS Professional Development Committee Chair, for further information: direct phone 5-8214 or email@example.com
We realize some of you appreciate advance notice of our upcoming programs so you can make plans to attend. Although we will continue to send you monthly invitations, here are the scheduled presentations for the next few months:
Date Presenter Topic
Nov. 22 Michael DeSanctis, Sleep disorders
PhD, LP, ABPP; Private
Dec. No presentation
Jan. 24 Kerry Frank, White identity development,
University of St. Thomas white privilege
Dear staff, fellows, interns, volunteers, associates, friends, and all others,
The Human Rights Center is proud to announce the launch of our 2005- 2006 Human Rights Film series on OCTOBER 18, 2005. Through screenings and panel discussions, the Human Rights Center brings experts and community members together to raise awareness, promote discussion, and take action on issues affecting the human rights community in Minnesota, the U.S., and the world.
In Rwanda We Say… is a documentary on the reconciliation process in Rwanda after the 1994 genocide. Filmed in 2004, it relays the story of a man accused of genocide who is released from prison after several years in detention. As he tries to reintegrate into his community, the relatives of his victims must confront their feelings about his release and the concept of reconciliation.
*Location: Room 25, Mondale Hall, University of Minnesota Law School, 229 19th Ave South, Minneapolis, MN 55455
Schedule of Events
6:00-6:20 pm: Reception and Registration
6:20-6:30 pm: Introduction to Event
6:30-6:45 pm: A Brief History of Rwanda
6:45-7:00 pm: Introduction to the Gacaca
7:00-7:55 pm: Film Screening: In Rwanda We Say...The Family That Does Not Speak Dies
7:55-9:00 pm: Panel Discussion
Michele Wagner: Associate Professor of History, University of Minnesota
Florien Ukizemwabo: Hubert H. Humphrey International Fellow and Executive Secretary of the
Rwandan League for the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights
Paul Corbit Brown: 2005 Upper Midwest Human Rights Fellow and Photographer
Franklin Reed: 2005 Upper Midwest Human Rights Fellow, Staff Attorney at the Legal Aid Society of Minneapolis, and Adjunct Faculty at the University of Minnesota Law School
Program Sponsors: The University of Minnesota Human Rights Center, the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program, the University of Minnesota Department of History, the University of Minnesota Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, and the International Leadership Institute
We hope that you can join us for this film and discussion event on the 18th of October!
University of Minnesota Human Rights Center
N-120 Mondale Hall
229 19th Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN USA 55455