November 18, 2005


CCPTP colleagues: Am forwarding this announcement and invitation to you on behalf of Barb Kerr. Itís a nice opportunity for students interested in international multicultural training. I encourage you to forward this to your students.

Jim Lichtenberg

Summer Program in Italy for Counseling Psychology students in International Executive Coaching

From June 25 Ė July 21, 2006, the Consortium for the International Masters in Business Administration (CIMBA) will offer a joint counseling psychology/business program in International Executive Coaching in Asolo, Italy north of Venice. The program will be led by Barbara Kerr, Williamson Family Professor of Counseling Psychology and Tim Shaftel, Jordan Haines Professor of Business at the University of Kansas. Masters and doctoral students will receive six credit hours in coaching and multicultural management skills as well as housing in CIMBAís renovated medieval buildings for the $4500 fee. CIMBA at the University of Kansas has reciprocal credit hour agreements with 38 major US universities so that credit transfer is facilitated. There will be optional tours of Venice, Florence, and Milan during the three day weekends. Students are encouraged to apply for international fellowships to support their studies, and can continue with advanced courses online.

For more information, please contact Barbara Kerr at and visit the CIMBA website at

Barbara A. Kerr, Ph.D.
Williamson Family Distinguished Professor CounselingPsychology
JRP Hall, University of Kansas
1122 West Campus Road, #616
Lawrence, KS 66045-3101

Posted by kenne064 at 3:23 PM

Employment Opportunities - Students

To all College of Education faculty:
We are now recruiting both MITER student trainees for Spring and Fall 2006, and candidates for the new MITER faculty position (we are looking for faculty candidates whose areas of interest/specialization are: higher-order cognition and research design/methodology).

Could you please bring the student trainee positions to the attention of students who you think would be a good fit for the MITER interdisciplinary program? Could you likewise bring the open faculty position to the notice of potential faculty candidates?

The faculty position description and a summary description of the trainee program are attached. If you would find it helpful to receive a copy of the MITER brochure, please contact Peggy, who can send you either printed copies or a pdf file.

Direct link to the faculty position description:
Direct link to the MITER program web site:
Thank you!

Mark Davison, Co-director
Paul van den Broek, Co-director
Peggy Irish Ferdinand
Coordinator, MITER Program
University of Minnesota
204 Burton Hall
178 Pillsbury Dr. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
tel. 612-626-8269
fax. 612-626-8123

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Posted by kenne064 at 3:22 PM

Employment Opportunities - Faculty

To all College of Education faculty:
We are now recruiting both MITER student trainees for Spring and Fall 2006, and candidates for the new MITER faculty position (we are looking for faculty candidates whose areas of interest/specialization are: higher-order cognition and research design/methodology).

Could you please bring the student trainee positions to the attention of students who you think would be a good fit for the MITER interdisciplinary program? Could you likewise bring the open faculty position to the notice of potential faculty candidates?

The faculty position description and a summary description of the trainee program are attached. If you would find it helpful to receive a copy of the MITER brochure, please contact Peggy, who can send you either printed copies or a pdf file.

Direct link to the faculty position description:
Direct link to the MITER program web site:
Thank you!

Mark Davison, Co-director
Paul van den Broek, Co-director
Peggy Irish Ferdinand
Coordinator, MITER Program
University of Minnesota
204 Burton Hall
178 Pillsbury Dr. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
tel. 612-626-8269
fax. 612-626-8123

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Posted by kenne064 at 3:21 PM

Conference Information

Note: The conference registration deadline has been extended to Friday, Dec. 2.

Shutting Off the Tap to Teens Conference - Dec. 6, 2005 The Hennepin County Community Prevention Coalition (CPC), along with other metro area partners provides an annual alcohol policy conference. The conference focuses on reducing underage drinking through policy change. The conference provides a day-long training. It is open to prevention specialists, law enforcement personnel, policy-makers, school professionals and youth advocates. The conference consists of a keynote speaker and various breakout sessions. During the breakout sessions, individuals or panels of speakers from local community agencies discuss the successful initiatives they have launched to address alcohol policy at the state and local levels.

For more information call Julie Wilbert at 612-348-4033 or e-mail at

(See attached file: Conference Registration Brochure 2005.pdf)
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Policy Forum Breakfast Club
Sponsored by Target Corporation

The Value of Standardized Testing: Opportunities and Challenges

Dr. Dave Heistad
Director of Research, Evaluation and Assessment, Minneapolis Public Schools

Dr. Pat Olson
Assistant Commissioner, Minnesota Department of Education

Kent Pekel
Senior Associate for Policy, National Center on Education and the Economy

Mary Cathryn Ricker
President, St. Paul Federation of Teachers

No Child Left Behind aims to raise the achievement of all students by providing additional federal funding while holding schools and teachers accountable for student performance. In Minnesota, student test scores have risen dramatically since the federal legislation was passed in 2001. But what is really behind the increase in test scores? Are school districts using test score data to improve curriculum or are they "teaching to the test"? Are teachers able to link test results to effective classroom practices, and does test data help them identify and focus on the needs of struggling learners? Do standardized tests accurately measure student achievement and academic preparedness?

Please join us for this special opportunity to meet with local education experts. Moderated by Kent Pekel. Hosted by Policy Forum Co-director Tim Penny and Nate Garvis, vice president of Government Affairs for Target.

Wednesday, December 7, 2005

7:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Complimentary breakfast buffet served at 7:30 a.m.
Program begins at 8:00 a.m.

** A.I. Johnson Room, McNamara Alumni Center ** 200 Oak St. SE, Minneapolis (East Bank, University of Minnesota)

University Ave. Ramp (
entrance is from University Ave., nine blocks east of I-35W

Ellen Tveit at or 612-625-8330 Reservations required before December 1

The Humphrey Institute Policy Forum, co-directed by former Minnesota Congressmen Tim Penny and Vin Weber, is part of the Center for the Study of Politics and Governance at the University of Minnesota's Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs. The Policy Forum organizes public conferences and leadership development activities related to current public policy issues.


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...

"The Challenge of Sleep in the 21st Century:
The Nature of Sleep and Sleep Disorders"

Presented by

Michael DeSanctis, PhD, LP, ABPP
Private Practice, St. Paul
Member: Society for Light Treatment and Biological Rhythms
National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology

Tuesday, November 22, 2005
2:30-4:00 p.m.
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

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
Dec. No presentation

Jan. 24 Kerry Frank, White identity development,
University of St. Thomas white privilege

Posted by kenne064 at 3:19 PM


I am emailing you to let you know about two courses being offered this spring at the U of M through the Dance Department: INTRODUCTION TO DANCE MOVEMENT THERAPY (DNCE 3500 sec. 05) and BODY WORKS: INTRODUCTION TO SOMATIC STUDIES (DNCE 1500 sec. 50). With the growing attention to the use of alternative healing modalities in medicine and also for daily practice, these courses are of particular to anyone interested in the field of Complimentary and Alternative Therapies, Psychology, Psychotherapy, Creative Arts Therapy, Music Therapy, Social Work, Education, Dance or other healing modality. The course topics are also relevant to anyone interested in performance studies (music, dance or theater) or sports/sports medicine.

Please help me spread the word about these courses. If you have any questions or know anyone who might be interested in it, please feel free to contact me at 612-925-5277 or If you have questions about registering please contact the U of M Dance Department at 612-624-5060. Thank you, Barbara Nordstrom-Loeb


Introduction to Dance/Movement Therapy
Dnce 3500 - section 005, Topics in Dance; U of M Dance Department/Spring 2006
Wednesdays 2:05-3:35 - 2 Credits;To Register: contact the Registrars: 612-625-5333

Course Description:
This course is a basic introduction to the field of Dance/Movement Therapy. It will include 1) historic and theoretical perspectives on the use of movement and dance in relationship to psychology and healing; 2) an introduction to some of the major Dance/Movement Therapy pioneers and techniques; and 3) a brief introduction to ways that Dance/Movement Therapy is used with various populations and in a variety of settings. The class is both experiential and didactic.

Objectives: The student will be able to:
Describe the field of Dance/Movement Therapy in relationship to related disciplines such as Dance and Psychology.
Identify and discuss the basic premises, theory and approaches of Dance/Movement Therapy.
Be familiar with selected Dance/Movement Therapy pioneers and their contribution to the field of Dance/Movement Therapy.
Understand the uses of Dance/Movement Therapy within a variety of settings and populations.
Be familiar with training process and requirements for Dance Movement Therapy certification.
Apply selected Dance/Movement Therapy techniques and approaches to their own experience

The class will be both experiential and academic and does not require any previous movement experience. The course is appropriate for those interested in Psychology, Education, Music Therapy, Social Work and Movement Studies. For more information contact the Dance Department- 612-624-5060 or the instructor at 612-925-5277.


Body Works: Introduction to Somatic Studies
DNCE 1500 sect. 50 (2 credits); Spring 2006 - Wednesdays 6:15-8:15 (1/17-5/5)

Somatic Studies is an emerging and growing field that examines the ways our bodies, minds, and emotions are interrelated and how those relationships are expressed in and changed through working with our body patterns. The various therapies in this field work with the body in order to promote change and healing. Somatic techniques are categorized as body manipulation and movement techniques within the field of Complimentary and Alternative Medicine.

In this course, the student will be introduced to the field of Somatic Studies and will experience a range of Eastern and Western approaches and techniques. Classes will use readings, discussion, experiential and group learning methods to facilitate the studentís understanding. The course fulfills a Dance Ethnology requirement and is appropriate for those interested in Kinesiology, Physical Therapy, Performance, Dance, Movement Studies, Sports, Sports Medicine and Complimentary and Alternative Medicine. For more information contact the Dance Department- 612-624-5060 or the instructor at 612-925-5277.

Specific goals include:
Introduction of history, basic concepts, theory and techniques of Somatic Studies
Introduction of specific Eastern and Western traditions
Exploration and development of personal Somatic Profile
Experience and meet practitioners of alternative techniques
Examination of differences between Eastern and Western body-based approaches

The instructor, Barbara Nordstrom-Loeb MFA, CMA, ADTR, is an advanced level Dance Movement Therapist/Psychotherapist and has worked in both hospitals and private practice. She is also a Certified Laban Movement Analyst; and a Body Therapist trained in a range of alternative modalities. She has taught courses in Dance, Womenís Studies and Theater and has also been an Artist-in-Residence. She has taught at the University of Minnesota, St. Olaf College, Lewis and Clark College, Reed College, Portland State, Temple University, and the Lithuanian Arts University in Vilnius, Lithuania. . She currently teaches at the Center for Spirituality and Healing at the U of M and has a private practice as a Dance/Movement Therapist/Psychotherapist.

Posted by kenne064 at 3:13 PM

November 7, 2005



Do you want to take charge of your career? Do you need financial support for graduate school or postdoctoral studies? Are you interested in ethnic minority issues? Then the Minority Fellowship Program is for you!

THE MINORITY FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM (MFP) OFFERS THE FOLLOWING FELLOWSHIPS (click on the program name to view the information on our website):

The Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (MHSAS) Fellowship is aimed at those pursuing doctoral degrees in clinical, counseling, and school psychology, or other mental health services areas. This program is primarily for individuals who want to deliver services.

The MHSAS Postdoctoral Fellowship is aimed at early career doctoral recipients who are interested in developing a career in mental health services research, service delivery, or policy.

The Mental Health Research Fellowship is aimed at those who have primary career goals of becoming independent research scientists or psychologists in primarily university settings.

The Substance Abuse Research Fellowship is aimed at those pursuing careers as research psychologists specializing in substance abuse. These fellowships are funded under our Mental Health Research program but require the submission of a specific application.

The HIV/AIDS Research Fellowship is aimed at those pursuing careers as research psychologists specializing in HIV/AIDS. These fellowships are funded under our Mental Health Research program but requires the submission of a specific application.

The Diversity Program in Neuroscience Fellowship is geared to those pursuing careers in neuroscience. Predoctoral and postdoctoral fellowships are offered. Doctoral students in psychology or any life science discipline related to neuroscience may apply.

Note: Individuals may apply to only one of the MFP fellowships.

The application deadline is January 15.

About the Minority Fellowship Program
The MFPís mission is to increase the knowledge and research related to ethnic minority mental health and to improve the quality of mental health and substance abuse services delivered to ethnic minority populations. We do this by providing financial support, professional development activities, and professional guidance to students pursuing doctoral degrees in psychology and neuroscience. Our mission is consistent with Healthy People 2010, the Surgeon Generalís Report on Mental Health, and other federal initiatives to reduce health disparities.

For more information or to obtain an online application, visit our web site at or contact us at:

APA/MFP Fellowship Application
750 First Street, NE
Washington, DC 20002-4242
(202) 336-6127

Posted by kenne064 at 11:05 AM


Gain Confidence for Academic & Personal Success

Time: Wednesday, November 9, 3:00pm-4:30pm

Place: 385 (Dean's Conference Room), Law School, West Bank

Building and maintaining your self-confidence is a key to success in a
foreign culture. This workshop will offer some tips on how to trust
yourself and your ability and show your confidence effectively.
Empower yourself at this workshop!

Effective Classroom Participation and More

Time: Tuesday, November 15, 3:00pm-5:00pm

Place: 385 (Dean's Conference Room), Law School, West Bank

Do you often have difficulty communicating with your classmates,
professors or advisors either in or out of the classroom? Attend this
workshop and you will have the opportunity to:

a.. Learn about aspects of intercultural communication,
b.. Identify your preferred communication style and
c.. Develop strategies to communicate more effectively with U.S. counterparts

Please note that the workshop information can also be found at success.html

Posted by kenne064 at 10:58 AM

Employment Opportunities

Honolulu, Hawaii

Please consider applying for one of the following leadership positions at HPU. Each will play a critical role in further increasing the retention and success of new students at our medium-sized, urban university. With several years of consistent enrollment growth in our student body, we anticipate that even more positions will be created in the coming months.
For more information, visit our website at or email me with questions

Charles S. Sasaki
Dean, Academic Advising & Personal Counseling Hawaii Pacific University

Director, First-Year Programs (new position) Lead efforts to improve first-year student success by revamping New Student Orientation and coordinating first-year seminars. Reports to VP of Student Affairs. Position closes 11/15/05.

Coordinator, First-Year Student Advising (new position) Develop initiatives to enhance the academic success of first-year students.
Serve as lead advisor to new first-year students and create programs that increase communication and interaction among new students. Reports to Dean of Academic Advising & Personal Counseling. Position closes 11/18/05.

Director, Student Life (replacement position) Develop vibrant student life on two campuses. Oversee all student life programs including student government, recreational & intramural sports, clubs & organizations, cheer, dance, and spirit teams. Reports to VP of Student Affairs. Position posted soon.


The Department of Counselor Education, Counseling Psychology and School Psychology, Auburn University invites applications and nominations for two tenure-track positions. The positions are 9-month with the possibility of summer teaching. Start date for both positions is 8/06.

Assistant Professor Counseling Psychology: Candidates will be expected to teach, advise, and supervise students in the counseling psychology program, teach departmental courses, supervise practicum students and student research, and maintain an active program of scholarly research.

Qualifications: Required: (1) doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology from a training program accredited by the American Psychological Association OR doctoral degree closely related to counseling psychology and a history of contributions to counseling psychology OR exceptional doctoral students in an APA-accredited counseling psychology program will be considered if they provide strong evidence of completing their degree prior to the beginning of the 2006 fall semester; (2) Strong identification with counseling psychology; (3) Ability to work cooperatively in a department of diverse faculty, students, and professional affiliations and with community agencies and university administration. Desired: (1) Licensure or license-eligibility as a psychologist; (2) APA-accredited internship;
(3) Teaching or supervisory experience in a counseling psychology doctoral program; (4) Record of scholarly publication; (5) Ability to teach assessment courses commensurate with practices of counseling psychologists and community counselors.

Assistant Professor School Psychology: Candidates will be expected to teach, advise, and supervise students in the school psychology program, teach departmental courses, supervise research and field experiences, and maintain a record of scholarly productivity. Applicants are also expected to have credentials and interests to support significant contributions to CACREP-accredited counselor education and APA-accredited counseling psychology programs. Applicants with interests and successful experience will be considered for Director of School Psychology Training.

Qualifications: Required: (1) Doctoral degree in School Psychology or a closely related field, preferably from an APA accredited program; and,
(2) Ability to work cooperatively within a department of diverse faculty, students, and professional affiliations, and with community agencies and university administration. Desired: (1) Ability to teach assessment courses commensurate with practices of school psychologists, counseling psychologists, and school and community counselors; (2) Demonstrated ability to provide program leadership; and, (3) Public school experience.

Women and Minorities are Encouraged to Apply

Department and University: The Department offers doctoral degrees in
Counseling Psychology (APA-accredited), a doctoral degree in Counselor
Education (CACREP-Accredited), master's degrees in School Counseling
and Community Agency Counseling (CACREP-accredited), doctoral and
specialist degrees in School Psychology, and a master's degree in
School Psychometry. The department currently enrolls approximately 125
graduate students and has 10.3 FTE faculty members.

Auburn University is a comprehensive land-grant institution that
provides instruction in approximately 70 academic departments and
maintains graduate research and public service programs of a broad
scope. With a multicultural student enrollment of more than 20.000,
Auburn University is located in a population center of approximately
1000,000. The University is located in the city of Auburn in east
central Alabama near the metropolitan areas of Montgomery and
Birmingham, Alabama, and Columbus and Atlanta, Georgia. The city of
Auburn has an excellent public school system; housing costs and property
taxes are significantly lower than those in many metropolitan areas.
Additional information: www.auburn.ecu/ccp

Application Deadline: Review of applications will begin January 15,
2006 and continue until the vacancies are filled. Applicants should send
(1) a letter of application describing qualifications relevant to the
position, (2) 3 letters of reference, (3) official transcripts, and (4)
a vitae.

Send applications to:
Debra C. Cobia
Chair, Search Committee
2084 Haley Center
Auburn University
Auburn, AL 36849-5222
Tel: 334-844-2880

Auburn University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer

Posted by kenne064 at 10:55 AM

November 3, 2005

Conference Information


Georgia State University

Second Annual Cultural Competency Conference

Diversity vs. Multiculturalism: The Ethical Transformation.

The Faculty and Staff of Georgia State University Counseling Center are excited to announce the dates for the Second Annual Cultural Competency Conference. The title of this year?s conference is Diversity vs.
Multiculturalism: The Ethical Transformation. The keynote speakers are Dr.
Derald Sue, Dr. Thomas Parham, Dr. Asa Hilliard, and Dr. Joanne DeMark.
There will be a special evening event with Dr. Maya Angelou who will address the conferees and the Georgia State University community. An overview of the conference, speaker bios, and registration information are available in the conference brochure and at our extraordinary, fantastic conference website
at: (flash and

(or (without flash).

As part of this year?s conference, we are inviting participants to submit proposals for poster sessions that will run concurrently with the conference on March 20 and 21, 2006. The deadline for submission is December 15, 2005.
Send your completed information as an email attachment in MS Word to the following email address: If you have questions
please call Michelle K. Lyn, Ph. D or Alaycia D. Reid, Ph.D. (co-chairs of
the poster session committee) at 404-651-2211.

Notification of selection will take place January 20, 2006. Poster presenters are required to register for the conference and will receive a discounted registration rate.

Posters submissions may be theoretical or empirical in nature. Please note that preference for selection will be given to those falling under one of the four following categories:

1. General Multicultural Awareness

2. Clinical/Counseling Application of Multicultural Issues

3. Multicultural Education

4. Multicultural Research and Theory

Darryl L. Townes, Ph.D.
Clinical Assistant Professor, Adjunct Assistant Professor Licensed Psychologist Coordinator of Outreach and Consultation Rm 204, Counseling Center Georgia State University Atlanta, Georgia 30303

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Posted by kenne064 at 10:50 AM

PhD Student Info

It's Group Therapy time again!

Meet us this Friday, November 4th at William's Uptown Pub & Peanut Bar
(2511 Hennepin Ave S Minneapolis) to celebrate the end of midterms! The fun begins at 8:00. Friends and Significant Others are welcomed!

See you there,

Keri Miller & Aimee Arikian
Group Therapy Co-Facilitators

Posted by kenne064 at 10:47 AM

Research Assistance

I am currently a doctoral student of Bruce Wampold, who suggested that I write to you to ask for your assistance. I recently re-located to the Twin Cities while in the midst of collecting data for my dissertation. As a result, I am looking to recruit five local graduate students to learn and use a coding system that I am developing for maternal interviews. The time commitment is approximately 40 hours and the stipend is $300. Do you know of any students who might be interested in the project?

Consuelo Cavalieri

Posted by kenne064 at 10:45 AM

Research Participation

Dear University Community,

Karen Swanson, PT, ATC, PhD candidate, of the Gait and Posture Laboratory, is conducting a study examining biomechanical abnormalities in female athletes with anterior knee pain. We are contacting members of the University because we need help finding female runners/athletes (recreational and competitive) between the ages 18 and 45 who experience persistent anterior knee pain. We are also looking for similar female athletes with NO history of knee pain.

The study consists of one visit to the Gait and Posture Laboratory in Room 20, Cooke Hall. The visit will include a lower extremity physical therapy assessment, as well as, 3-D motion analysis while the subject stands, walks, and runs on a treadmill.

The task does not include any painful stimuli or blood drawing. And will be done under the supervision of a licensed physical therapist.

If you are interested or know someone who maybe interested in participating in this study, or have any further questions please contact Karen Swanson at 612-625-3313, or by replying to this e-mail.

With Regards,

Karen J. Swanson, MA, PT, ATC
School of Kinesiology
Human Sensorimotor Control/Gait and Posture Lab Cooke Hall 400
W:(612) 625-3313


I am seeking graduate student participants (Master's and doctoral) involved in clinical training, defined as "the use of psychotherapy for the purpose of assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of individuals, couples, families, or groups." This includes individuals at the pre-practicum level through internship and post-doctoral training.

Ross E. Gubrud
1996 CSPP graduate

Graduate Student,

Please read all statements below. If you choose to participate, direct your Internet browser to:

www.psychdata.comEnter survey #10053 ("Measure of Supervision Structure")
Password = grdstu


Hello. I am a doctoral candidate at the University at Albany and I am seeking your participation in my dissertation research. The purpose of the study is to create a paper-and-pencil assessment of a key aspect in supervision, namely structure. This component appears crucial to facilitating the development of clinicians-in-training. I have selected you as a potential volunteer because you are pursuing an advanced degree in psychology or related field.

In order facilitate the research, I am requesting your informed consent in providing information about your experience as a supervisee, including at the pre-practicum level. If you agree to be in this study, you will respond to a number of statements (such as, "My supervisor reviews video tapes of my sessions") according to a continuum from Strongly Disagree to Strongly Agree. Length of time for participation is expected to be about 15 minutes

To maximize interest in the present study, you may elect to enter a cash prize drawing; three (3) awards of $50.00 each will be disbursed at the completion of the study.

No more than minimal risk exists for participating in this study. Benefits include contributing to the refinement of clinical supervision. Records from this study will be kept private. Some demographic data (such as age and type of graduate program) will be requested from you. However, it will be impossible to associate this information with your responses. If you do elect to participate in the drawing, it will be impossible to associate personal information (such as your address) with any demographic information or responses you provide.

Participation is completely voluntary. If you decide to participate, you are free to not respond to any statement or discontinue at any time. Please contact the University at Albany Office of Research Compliance at 800-365-9139 or with any questions regarding your rights as a participant.

Your completed responses will serve as your consent to participate.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding this study, please do not hesitate to contact myself (623-925-8191, or my dissertation chair (Michael V. Ellis, Ph.D., 518-442-5048,

Thank you greatly for your time and assistance.


Ross E. Gubrud
Dept. of Educational and Counseling Psychology
University at Albany

This project has been approved by the University at Albany Institutional Review Board. Approval of this project only signifies the procedures adequately protect the rights and welfare of the participants. Please note that absolute confidentiality cannot be guaranteed due to the limited protections of Internet access.

Posted by kenne064 at 10:41 AM

Employment Opportunities

The School of Education of the University at Albany, SUNY, is on the move! Committed to enhancing learning and human development, in and out of classrooms, and across the life span, we are looking to expand and diversify our faculty. We seek colleagues to join us as we work to discover innovative research-based knowledge and solutions; prepare outstanding professionals for classrooms, schools, communities, higher education and policy forums; produce rigorous scholars to carry out the next generation of discovery and innovation; and provide visionary leadership for educational policy and change, regionally, nationally, and internationally.

We are searching for faculty in the areas of counseling psychology, school leadership, science learning and teaching, and reading/literacy, to begin September 2006. These are tenure track positions. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience. Details on each position can be found at Come join our exciting educational community!


Assistant Professor, Counseling Psychology

Department of Education & Counseling Psychology

The Department of Educational and Counseling Psychology seeks to fill the position of Assistant Professor (tenure track) to teach in the APA accredited Ph.D. program in Counseling Psychology, and masterís programs in Mental Health Counseling, School Counseling, and Rehabilitation Counseling with a start date of September 1, 2006.

Required qualifications:

Doctorate in counseling psychology or substantial equivalent, preferably from an APA accredited program

The potential to develop a strong research program
Licensed, or license eligible, as a psychologist in New York State
Demonstrated ability to work with and/or instruct diverse groups of people

Preferred qualifications:

We are most interested in candidates with an emphasis in vocational and career psychology with diverse populations.

We will also consider candidates with expertise in (1) multicultural - diversity issues, (2) school counseling, or (3) rehabilitation counseling. Candidates who have the potential to attract external funding and who are willing to gain expertise in School Counseling in order to take on administrative responsibilities in the School Counseling program will be favorably regarded.


Supervise doctoral-level practica at the Universityís training clinic
Teach courses at the doctoral and masterís levels
Conduct research
Supervise doctoral dissertations

Finalists will be required to give a presentation on their research interests.

Send letter of application, vita, and 3 letters of reference to Dr. Michael Green, Assistant Dean, Education 239, University at Albany, 1400 Washington Avenue, Albany NY 12222.

Deadline: Review of applications will begin November 20, 2005, and applications received after this date may not receive full consideration.

Additional information about the Department of Education and Counseling Psychology can be found at


TENURE-TRACK POSITION: Psychology and Culture

The Department of Psychology, Western Washington University, is seeking candidates for an associate professor, tenure-track position in Psychology and Culture that consists of a half-time academic (9 month)and half-time administrative appointment (11 month) to begin September 16, 2006. The specific scholarly domain within psychology, with which the candidate strongly identifies is open (e.g., developmental, social, clinical-counseling). The successful candidate will be expected to: (1) assume the Directorship of the Center for Cross-Cultural Research and work with an advisory committee to promote faculty research, funding opportunities, teaching and student involvement in cross-cultural, multicultural, or other diversity research topics and issues. Some budgetary responsibilities will also be involved; and (2) teach courses in cross-cultural psychology at the undergraduate and graduate levels as well as continue scholarly research activities in psychology and culture.

Evidence of successful teaching, an active research program, a demonstrated ability or commitment to involve students in research and other educational experiences, and a publication record commensurate with experience is required. Additionally, the candidate will have the opportunity to work collaboratively with 16 associates of the center and other faculty in projects consistent with the Center's mission.
Experience working with diverse students and faculty populations is desired. The applicant should send a letter of application, a detailed vita, a statement of teaching philosophy and evidence of skill as a teacher, a statement of research interest, copies of publications, graduate transcripts mailed by the institutions (s), and three letters of recommendation. In addition, a statement indicating experience with and interest in taking a leadership role (Director) for the Center in the following areas: (a) supporting national, international, ethnocultural, and diversity research and activities (b) fostering collaborative cross-cultural research and educational opportunities for faculty and students, (c) applying for grants for Center activities, and
(d) promoting Center resources to meet the needs of students, faculty, the university and community at large. Please send application materials to: David Sue, Ph.D., Chair, Psychology and Culture Search Committee; Department of Psychology, Western Washington University; 516 High Street; Bellingham, WA 98225-9089. To ensure first consideration, application materials must be received by Jan 30, 2006.

For a complete list of qualifications, how to apply, the research interests of the Center associates and departmental faculty, and additional information about Western Washington University, please see the Psychology Department's web page: or call 360.650.3184. AA/EOE


The Department of Counseling Psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position beginning August 25, 2006.

The Department of Counseling Psychology is dedicated to the scientist-practitioner model in which students are trained to effectively serve, in academic, clinical, or policy settings, the increasingly diverse population in the United States as well as in International settings. The successful candidate will have demonstrated a commitment to diversity and multiculturalism, be able to take a leadership role within the department in their specialty area, and contribute as a scholar and teacher to our APA-accredited doctoral program in counseling psychology and our master's program in counseling, which includes training in school and community 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, the psychology of underrepresented groups, or health psychology.

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 inquiries to Hardin L.K. Coleman at or (608) 262-2161. For general information about The Department of Counseling Psychology, our website

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.


Job Posting:
MnSCU Program Supervisor 1 - Director of Multicultural Student Success (Full Time, Unlimited)

Date of Appointment:
November 2005

MINNEAPOLIS COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGE is a two-year college located in downtown Minneapolis, serving the diverse, multicultural communities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. We provide a comprehensive offering of developmental, liberal arts, pre-professional, professional, and technical programs.

This position exists to direct a program to enhance the recruitment and success of students of color; develop activities to enhance their college experience, direct off-campus partnership programs in communities of color, supervise multicultural advisors.


Bachelor's degree (equivalent education/experience in higher education and community organizations will be considered) An understanding of and commitment to the learning needs of the American Indian and Chicano-Latino communities and other multicultural underserved populations Knowledge of multicultural and political dynamics in the United States and Minnesota; as well as the operation and dynamics of complex organizations like the college A basic understanding of the computer hardware and software Ability to recruit and motivate others Ability to effectively prioritize and organize tasks and follow through on activities Preferred Qualifications:

Master's Degree

Salary Range:
$18.77 - $27.30/hr

Application Process:
Applications will be accepted until 11/4/2005. Submit letter of interest; resume; name, address and phone number of three professional references; and transcripts of all college coursework (copies of transcripts are acceptable for the screening process; however, the successful candidate must provide official transcripts at time of hire)

Department of Human Resources Search
Office of Human Resources
Minneapolis Community and Technical College
1501 Hennepin Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55403

Minneapolis Community and Technical College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, and encourages application from underrepresented groups.

If you wish to receive information on the "Campus Security Report", please go to the college website. Select "About MCTC" and click on "Compliance and Security Reports". If you do not have access to the web, you may request a printed copy of this report by contacting the Public Safety Department at Minneapolis Community and Technical College, 1501 Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403 or by calling 612-659-6910.

This document can be made available in alternative format such as large print or Braille on request.

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Dear Colleagues,

Please take a look at a position we currently have available in the Health Careers Center. If you are interested, or know somebody who may be interested, we encourage you to apply.

Questions should be directed to Judy Beniak, Director of the Health Careers Center, at 612-624-6767.



The Department of Educational Psychology in the College of Education at the University of Utah is soliciting applications for a tenure-track position at the Associate Professor or the advanced Assistant Professor rank in Counseling and Counseling Psychology (CCP). CCP includes an APA-accredited Ph.D. program in Counseling Psychology, a Master's degree program in Professional Counseling, and a Master's degree program in School Counseling. CCP is strongly committed to educating scientists and practitioners who are multiculturally competent.

Responsibilities include research, teaching and mentoring, clinical supervision, and extramural grant funding or a track record of external grant submission, as well as leadership and administration in professional programs in counseling and counseling psychology, with emphasis in the counseling psychology Ph.D. program.

Qualifications for the position include a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology (or a related degree) from an APA-accredited program including an APA-accredited predoctoral internship and licensure (or license eligibility) in Utah.

Salary for this 9-month position is competitive with summer teaching opportunities available. The starting date for the position will be August, 2006.

Applications should include a cover letter, academic vitae, at least three letters of recommendation, and recent research manuscripts, published papers and/or extramural grant submissions. For further information contact Robert D. Hill, Ph.D., ABPP, Chair of the Department of Educational Psychology and CCP Search Committee (phone: 801-581-5081 or 801-581-7148; email:

Send application materials to Glenda Pruemper, c/o University of Utah, Department of Educational Psychology, 1705 E Campus Center Drive RM 327, Salt Lake City, UT 84112-9255. General inquiries can be made by phone (801) 581-7148, FAX (801) 581-5566, or email to

Applications will be reviewed beginning November 30, 2005 and will be accepted until the position is filled. The University of Utah is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and encourages applications from women and minorities and provides reasonable accommodation to the known disabilities of applicants and employees.

Posted by kenne064 at 10:40 AM


This workshop may be especially interesting to students planning careers in the schools.

An encore presentation of the "Bullying in Schools" workshop will be held Friday, December 2nd. Shelley Freeman, educator, author and consultant, will talk about teasing, harassment, bullying and physical violence. This workshop is being repeated due to demand! Space is limited.

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Posted by kenne064 at 10:32 AM