December 22, 2006


Attn: CSPP Students

In January, the Office for Equity and Diversity will be posting two exciting new graduate assistantship opportunities.

One position will be in data management and research. Ideal candidates for this position will have excellent SPSS skills, research skills, and the ability to pull the data together.

The other position will be more general with the assistant helping with undergraduate programming, conducting research, and carrying out special projects.

Ideally all candidates would have some working knowledge of and interest in multicultural affairs. The graduate assistants would have to work with several different people so strong interpersonal skills and flexibility would be important. The Office for Equity and Diversity is looking for a minimum of one-year commitment for these positions.

Interested students should contact Barbara Chapin at for information.

Posted by lind0449 at 10:54 AM

Conference Information

The Minnesota College Personnel Association is sponsoring a one-day conference in February 2007, Laying the Foundation: Careers in Student Affairs. This could be a great opportunity for CSPP students who are interested in student personnel careers. There will be program sessions, mock interviews, and resume evaluations.

Download brouchure for additional information Download file

Posted by lind0449 at 10:38 AM

Employment Opportunities

Need work next summer?
Look into Summer Educational Opportunities with Johns Hopkins University's Center for Talented Youth

Positions include Academic Counselor for 8-18 year old participants. Download position announcement for further information: Download file

Posted by lind0449 at 10:24 AM

Conference Participation

Call for Conference Presentations, Panels, and Workshops

Out There, the second national conference of scholars and student affairs personnel involved in LGBTQ issues on catholic campuses, will take place at DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois on October 19 and 20, 2007. Proposals, due January 15, are sought for papers, roundtable presentations, panels, and/or workshops that address issues of scholarship, curriculum, pedagogy, campus climate, and support for LGBTQ students, faculty, and staff. The organizers aim to build a program that addresses a wide range of issues of relevance to LGBTQ faculty, staff, and students at Catholic institutions, from nuts-and-bolts organizing in student services to the place of LGBTQ Studies at Catholic universities and the challenges of Catholic identity for LGBTQ individuals. For the proposal cover sheet and further information, visit the conference Website at or contact

Posted by lind0449 at 9:07 AM

December 20, 2006

Employment Opportunities

Career Class Instructor Needed

The St. Paul Campus Career Center has an excellent opportunity for a Career Professional interested in teaching a 7-week Strategic Career Planning course this Spring.

There are 3 sections of CFAN 4201 being offered and we need a little help teaching section 2, which meets:

Wednesday, 9:35-11:30 a.m.( January 17 to February 28), on the St. Paul Campus

Currently there are 25 students enrolled in the class, so the time cannot be changed.

The selected instructor will be able to determine their own 1-hour per week, office hour for the 7 week course.

The salary for this adjunct teaching position is: $2,200. Additionally, we have an experienced career services intern to help teach the class.

If you are interested or would like more information, please contact Heather Fredrickson,, as soon as possible.


University of Wisconsin Eau Claire will be hiring for a 6 month, 50% time position for Student Services Coordinator, must submit application materials by December 29th for consideration.
Complete posting: Download file


We need an experienced transcriber to transcribe approximately 25 audio tapes. Pay $8-$10 per hour (depending on experience).
Please contact Dr. Lisa Kihl if you are interested.
Dr. Kihl.
Lisa A. Kihl, Ph.D
Assistant Professor,Sport Management,Affiliated Scholar Tucker Center for Research on Girls and Women in Sport.
School of Kinesiology, University of Minnesota, 219 Cooke Hall, 1900 University Ave SE. Minneapolis, MN 55455; 612-624-3150(office), 612-626-7700(fax)



The Department of Counseling, School, and Educational Psychology at the University at Buffalo invites applications for an advanced Assistant/Associate tenure track position beginning in August, 2007. We seek to hire a highly motivated graduate of a Counseling, Clinical, or School Psychology program for our APA-accredited Combined program in Counseling Psychology/School Psychology.

The University at Buffalo is one of only 62 research-intensive institutions in the Association of American Universities, and faculty are primarily expected to be excellent researchers and scholars. We are particularly interested in faculty with expertise in career/vocational psychology or family therapy who can contribute to the Graduate School of Education's strategic strength in Family-School-Societal Transitions. Duties also include graduate teaching of courses such as counseling theories, counseling practicum, and grief counseling. Eligibility for licensure in New York required. Screening begins on February 1, 2007, and continues until the position is filled. Nominations and applications, including a vitae, three journal reprints, and three references should be sent to Scott T. Meier,Ph.D., Chair, Counseling, School, & Educational Psychology, 409 Baldy Hall, State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY 14260-1000.

The University at Buffalo is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer. Minority and women candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
LeAdelle Phelps, Ph.D.
Professor and Director of Training
Ph.D. Counseling Psychology/School Psychology M.A. School Psychology University at Buffalo, SUNY
Office: 716-645-2484 ex. 1075
Fax: 716-645-6616
409 Baldy Hall
Buffalo, NY 14260-1000

Posted by lind0449 at 1:03 PM

CSPP Announcements

: January 22 deadline

The Educational Psychology Department is allocating funds for reimbursement of student travel this year. Award amounts will be based on the number requests received, up to a maximum of $250 per student. In the past these funds have only been distributed at the end of the academic year. This year, awards will be made in the winter and in spring.

To request mid-year funds, you must be an active Educational Psychology graduate student and travel to and present at a national or international conference or professional meeting between July 1 and December 15, 2006. Your faculty must approve the travel. Send your advisor a letter noting the title of the paper presentation, including all authors and presenters, and the name date and location of the conference. Also include proof of attendance, a copy of the conference program showing the presentation, original receipts for all expenses for which you are requesting reimbursement. Your advisor should sign the letter, noting his/her approval.

Submit all of the above and a completed expense reimbursement form ( to Lori (PsyF), Mary (SpEd and CSPP) or Deb (SchPsy) by January 22, 2007. Requests after that date will be considered with spring awards.

Kathleen Walter
Student Personnel Coordinator
Department of Educational Psychology
University of Minnesota
206 Burton Hall
Minneapolis, MN 55455
612 624 1698
612 624 8241 (fax)

Posted by lind0449 at 12:53 PM


University of Puget Sound
Student Affairs Summer Internship (SASI)
Summer 2007

The University of Puget Sound Division of Student Affairs will again host a Student Affairs Summer Intern in 2007. A graduate student in a student personnel administration (or complementary) program will join the Student Affairs staff as a generalist intern, working collaboratively with a variety of offices, departments and projects.

One hallmark of the SASI is that the actual assignments and responsibilities of the intern are tailored to the successful candidate's skills, background, and interests. The intern will work a minimum of 35 hours per week for a minimum commitment of 10 weeks.

Full posting is available online:

Posted by lind0449 at 11:09 AM


Pat McCarthy Veach would like CSPP MA Students to note that this class might be a great 1 credit option for you!

CI 5900 Special Topics in Family, Youth, and Community: Grief, Loss, and Shattered Dreams

Spring 2007
1 Credit Registration #: 65157, Instructor: Ted Bowman, 315 Peik Hall, Minneapolis Campus

Course is taught over two Saturdays:
Saturday, Feb 24, 2007 9:00 am-4:30 pm
Saturday, Mar 10, 2007 9:00 am-4:30 pm

Ted Bowman has been regularly teaching for family education since 1981. For years, he also worked in family service agencies providing services directly to families and indirectly through training and consultation. He now operates an internationally recognized independent practice specializing in change, transition, grief, loss, and group leadership.

Course Description:
Families can face many challenges including grief and loss. It is important for professionals who work with families to be able to address these important issues. In this applied class, participants will explore:
- A framework for understanding and clarifying losses
- Steps which can be appropriately taken in the parent and family education settings
- Alternative steps to take when referral is warranted.

Posted by lind0449 at 11:02 AM

Conference Participation

Hi all

Dr. Linda Subich and I are pleased to announce that the Collaborative Program in Counseling Psychology at the University of Akron is hosting the 2007 Great Lakes Conference!

This year, with our theme "Counseling Psychology: State of the Art and Science", we highlight the cutting edge of counseling psychology science, practice, and training, as well as the benefits to be found in collaboration. For example, (and as specified in more detail on the attached Call for Programs page) we will be giving priority to symposia proposals that involve persons from more than one Great Lakes institution, and that comprehensively cover the cutting edge of science, practice, and training aspects within a particular domain of interest in counseling psychology (e.g., vocational psychology). Of course, as always, we welcome student presentations in all venues!

Please join us for this special 20th annual Great Lakes conference on March 30 - 31, 2007! Details on registration, accomodations, and the conference schedule will soon be available from our conference website; we are finalizing two potential pre-conference workshops prior to posting our pages to the web. Please feel free to contact the conference coordinators, Drs. Loreto Prieto ( and Linda Subich (, for answers to any and all conference related questions.

Loreto & Linda
Call for Programs Download file
Loreto R. Prieto, Ph.D.
Professor of Counseling Psychology
Madge W. Harrington Professorship in Education
The University of Akron
Professor of Behavioral Science (Adj)
Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine
Associate Editor for Research, JMHC
127 Carroll Hall
Akron, OH 44325-5007
Voice: 330.972.6743
Fax: 330.972.5292

Posted by lind0449 at 10:58 AM

Conference Information

As conference co-chairs, Paul Hartung and I are pleased to announce the 8th Biennial Conference of The Society for Vocational Psychology.

The conference will take place at The University of Akron on May 30, 2007 through June 1, 2007. The conference theme is “Self in Career Theory and Practice� and conference details and registration forms are available at We send this announcement on behalf of the current officers of the Society:

Chair: Paul Gore
Chair-Elect: Donna Schultheiss
Past-Chair: David Blustein
Treasurer: Lisa Flores
Communications Officer: Saba Ali

…and we invite inquiries about the conference at

Best wishes,
Paul Hartung and Linda Subich

Posted by lind0449 at 10:48 AM

December 8, 2006

CSPP Announcements

Cold, Hungry, or Stressed Out?
Relief is here!!
End of Semester Treats for CSPP Students in the Carla S. Hill Student Resource Center
December 6-15, 2006
Good luck as you complete Fall Semester 2006!
~Courtesy of CSPP Faculty~

Posted by lind0449 at 1:51 PM

CSPP Announcements

Dear Colleagues,

The College Multicultural and Diversity Committee would like to announce a new college-wide grant opportunity. The Multicultural and Diversity Grant is designed to provide travel and registration fee support for multicultural and diversity-related training and research opportunities for members of the College of Education and Human Development. The purpose of the grant is to encourage faculty, staff, and students to take advantage of professional development, training, and research opportunities that will have an immediate and direct impact on the college's multicultural and diversity efforts.

Information about applying for the grant can be found at As you can see, grant awards may be made for up to $1,000, but we anticipate that most grants will be much smaller. Priority will be given to individuals who either a) have limited access to departmental or collegiate resources or, b) have increased the reach of these funds by obtaining matching funds from their departments or centers.

We would like to invite you to apply for the grant if it meets your travel or training needs. Please alert your students to this opportunity as well.

If you have questions, please e-mail me at

Sherri Turner
Chair, CEHD Multicultural and Diversity Committee

Posted by lind0449 at 10:13 AM

CSPP Announcements

"Make Practicum Count" is an article that may be of interest to students wanting to get the most out of their practicum experience. To read the article yourself, click on this link: to get to the magazine homepage, then click on the article title (“Make Practicum Count�) in the leftside “Current gP Issue/Tastes of New Orleans� column.

Posted by lind0449 at 9:59 AM


Calling all graduate students in Counseling Psychology:

Joining the Section for the Promotion of Psychotherapy Science (SPPS) provides numerous opportunities for professional involvement (e.g., professional presentations, student research awards, networking with psychotherapy researchers) - in fact, if you have interest in psychotherapy science, SPPS is the most relevant section to join. Come join us at APA, and join the section NOW by contacting Mike Scheel at

One great opportunity to get more involved is that the Section for the Promotion of Psychotherapy Science needs a WEBMASTER to help create and maintain the website for the Section! If you have web skills and are interested in psychotherapy science (and in putting a new line on your vita and earning a small honorarium for the creation of the new site), please contact Kathie Chwalisz by January 15, 2007 at

Posted by lind0449 at 9:51 AM

Employment Opportunities

Position Announcement:
Part-time Receptionist McKnight Foundation

Specific Responsibilities. The receptionist is the first contact that visitors to The McKnight Foundation encounter whether in the front lobby or on the telephone. The part-time receptionist assists the Foundation in creating a positive and welcoming experience for visitors, grantees, and the public in general. This position ensures the reception desk and switchboard can be open for extended hours to serve the needs of grantees, board and staff. In addition to greeting guests and callers, the receptionist may assist with incoming correspondence, faxes/deliveries/mail, closing the office and general administrative support duties.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities. The ideal candidate for this position will have the following attributes:
Ability to communicate pleasantly and effectively in person and over the phone in English.
Ability to exercise professional discretion and maintain confidentiality.
Ability to complete projects with a high level of attention to detail.
Skill in using a wide variety of office machines (multi-line switchboard, computer, mail machine, copiers and faxes) and computer software including all of the applications in the Microsoft Office Software (Word, Excel, Outlook, Access, PowerPoint).
Ability to work independently with little supervision.
Professional Experience. Experience as a receptionist, administrative assistant or in customer service.
Hiring Rate: $16.60/hour
Schedule: Monday-Friday 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. with additional hours between Memorial Day and Labor Day

Submit cover letter and resume to:
Bernadette Christiansen
VP of HR and Administration
The McKnight Foundation
710 Second Street South, Suite 400
Minneapolis, MN 55401
Or email application to
Applications accepted until December 20, 2006

Sixth Annual Southern Placement Exchange
March 8 - 10, 2007, Memphis, Tennessee

On behalf of SACSA, SEAHO, and SWACUHO, we are proud to offer the sixth annual Southern Placement Exchange for our colleagues in Student Affairs. The members of the planning committee could not have been more excited about the enthusiasm in which employers and potential candidates supported the previous placement exchanges. We are extremely thankful and anticipate even greater success this year.

For 2007, a number of changes will be noticeable starting with our new website. Once again, all of the sponsoring organizations would like to recognize the staff at The University of Memphis. Please do not hesitate to contact any of the Board Members listed below to answer any questions or meet any individual needs. We look forward to seeing you in Memphis in March!

The SPE Governing Body

Posted by lind0449 at 9:23 AM

December 4, 2006

CSPP Announcements

Cold, Hungry, or Stressed Out?
Relief is on the way!
End of Semester Treats for CSPP Students
in the Carla S. Hill Student Resource Center
Coming soon: December 6-15, 2006
Good luck as you complete Fall Semester 2006!
Courtesy of CSPP Faculty

Posted by lind0449 at 10:30 AM

PhD Student Info

To: CSPP Ph.D. students

This invitation is for those current Ph.D. students who have completed the Supervision Practicum (8509) --

Next semester we are looking to hire an individual to be a supervisor for 4
- 5 students in the M.A. practicum. This will be a 2 hour meeting per week at a time arranged for your convenience (as well as the M.A. students in your group).

You are required to attend the 10 - 12 Thursday seminar with the other Ph.D. supervisors who are doing group supervision as well next semester.

There will be a $750 stipend accomanying this experience.

Please let me know of your interest, or if you have further questions, do not hesitate to contact me.

Caroline Burke

Posted by lind0449 at 10:26 AM

Employment Opportunities

Summer 2007 Graduate Internships at
Boise State University

8-week internship, June 4-July 27
40 hours/week, some evenings and weekends

Purpose: To promote Boise State University and its dynamic Student Union & Student Involvement department to future professionals in student affairs, especially those from out-of-state and from marginalized populations.

Positions available:
1. Student Activities Graduate Intern
2. Women's Center Graduate Intern

Details: Download file

Posted by lind0449 at 10:22 AM

December 1, 2006


School Violence Issues: Protecting Our Schools
Minneapolis, MN January 30, 2007
Lorman Education Services
Seminar Highlights:
* Responding effectively to bullying and/or student harassment
* Challenging data privacy issues, including responding to requests for information and releasing data in an emergency situation
* Legal standards and developing issues in student discipline
* Considerations in the discipline of disabled students
* The use of student searches, dress codes, and regulation of the Internet and other technology in maintaining a safe school climate
* CEUs offered

Posted by lind0449 at 9:03 AM