ward-vita

Document Sample
ward-vita Powered By Docstoc
					                                                                                 1
                                Curriculum Vita

Janice E. Ward                                     Telephone:   H(573)243-6384
314 N. Farmington Rd.                                           W(573)651-2415
Jackson, MO 63755                                  Email:       jward@semo.edu
I.    EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

      Ph.D. 2001
      Counselor Education
      Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
      Carbondale, IL
      Master of Arts 1997
      Community Counseling
      Southeast Missouri State University
      Cape Girardeau, MO
      Bachelor of Arts 1993
      Psychology/Sociology, (Double Major)
      Iowa Wesleyan College
      Mt. Pleasant, IA

      Associate of Arts 1990
      Liberal Arts
      Southeast Iowa Community College
      West Burlington, IA
II.   PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
      2004-Fall; Assistant Professor
      Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, MO
            Graduate
            CP 612: Counseling Theories
            CP 680: Supervised Practicum in Counseling (2 sections)

      2004-Summer; Assistant Professor
      Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR
            Graduate
            PSY 6573:Psychological Testing
            COUN 6213: Counseling Practicum
            COUN 6073: Program Development, Implementation, and Evaluation in
            School Counseling

      2004-Spring; Assistant Professor
      Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR
            Graduate:
            COUN 6213: Counseling Practicum
            COUN 6223: Advanced Counseling Practicum-Elementary School
            Release Time for School Counseling Program Coordinator
      2003-Fall; Assistant Professor
      Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR
            Graduate
            COUN 6223: Advanced Counseling Practicum-Elementary School
            COUN 6123: Group Dynamics
            Release Time for School Counseling Program Coordinator
      2003-Summer; Assistant Professor
      Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR
            Graduate
            PSY 6573:Psychological Testing
                                                                         2
      COUN 6213: Counseling Practicum
      COUN 6073: Program Development, Implementation, and Evaluation in
      School Counseling

2003-Spring; Assistant Professor
Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR
      Graduate:
      COUN 6213: Counseling Practicum
      COUN 6223: Advanced Counseling Practicum-Elementary School
      Release Time for School-University Partnership-Nettleton

2002-Fall; Assistant Professor
Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR
      Graduate:
      COUN 6213: Counseling Practicum
      COUN 6223: Advanced Counseling Practicum–Elementary School
      COUN 6063: Information and Services in Career Development

2000-2001; 2001-2002 School Counselor, Franklin Elementary, Cape
Girardeau Public Schools, Cape Girardeau, MO. Building Test Coordinator;
Building Special Service Coordinator. Perform individual and group
assessment, individual and group counseling, and teach guidance K-6.

2000-2001; 2001-2002 Adjunct Instructor, Southeast Missouri State
University, Cape Girardeau, MO.
      Graduate:
      GC 648: Skills for the Helping Profession (Fall 2000; Fall 2001)
      CP 630: Foundations of School Guidance and Counseling (Summer
      2001)
      CP 611: Counseling Theories (Fall 2001)
      CP 617: Assessment in Counseling (Summer 2002)
      CP 616: Group Counseling (Spring 2002; Summer 2002)

2000-(Spring semester)Intern Co-Instructor, Southeast Missouri State
University, Cape Girardeau, MO.
      Graduate:
      GC 648: Skills for the Helping Profession-Assist with
      lecture as needed, evaluate videotapes and provide written
      feedback.
      GC 655: Group Guidance I-Assist with lecture and facilitate T-
      group.
1999-(Fall semester)TA Instructor, Southern Illinois University,
      Carbondale, IL.
      Graduate:
      EPSY 494: Individual Practicum-Taught lecture for sections A and
      B. (School and Community)
1999-(Spring, Summer and Fall semesters) Group and Individual
Supervisor, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL.
      Graduate:
      EPSY 494: Individual Practicum-Provided group and
      individual supervision for masters students.(School and Community)

1998 (Spring and Fall semesters) Lab Facilitator, Southern Illinois
University, Carbondale, IL.
      Graduate:
      EPSY 493: Counseling Skill Development-Facilitated lab
      portion of course in which students developed counseling skills.
                                                                      3
2000-(Spring and Summer semesters) Teaching Assistant, Department of
Educational Psychology and Special Ed., Southern Illinois University at
Carbondale.
      Duties Included; A) Assist with CACREP accreditation review for
      2001; B) Assist with program newsletter; C)Revise student
      evaluations; D) Assist with classes as needed.
Summer 1999-Fall 1999-Administrative Assistant, Clinical Center Achieve
Program, Southern Illinois University
      Service Provision:
      Diagnostic Supervisor. Duties include: A) Conducting weekly staff
      meetings; B) Contacting clients with the results of staffing; C)
      Contacting various university offices with information about
      clients that have been accepted; D) Sending packets to clients
      with information about SIUC and Achieve; E) Proofreading all
      psychoeducational evaluations from rough draft to final copy.
      Supervision:
      Provide academic supervision for clients of Achieve.
      Assessment:
      Perform diagnostic assessment for learning
      disabilities. Complete assessment reports. Develop
      Psychoeducational Evaluations.

Spring 1999-Administrative Assistant, Clinical Center Achieve Program,
Southern Illinois University
      Service Provision:
      Remediation. Duties include: Assist clients of Achieve in
      development of academic skills.
      Supervision:
      Provide academic supervision for clients of Achieve.
      Assessment:
      Perform diagnostic assessment for learning disabilities. Complete
      assessment reports. Develop Psychoeducational Evaluations.

Summer 1998-Fall 1998-Administrative Assistant, Clinical Center Achieve
Program, Southern Illinois University.
      Service Provision:
      Career Development Supervisor. Duties include: Provide career
      counseling and assessment for clients of Achieve.
      Supervision:
      Provide academic supervision for clients of Achieve.
      Assessment:
      Perform diagnostic assessment for learning disabilities. Complete
      assessment reports. Develop Psychoeducational Evaluations.

Summer 1997-Spring 1998-Administrative Assistant, Clinical Center
Achieve Program, Southern Illinois University.
      Assessment:
      Perform diagnostic assessment for learning disabilities. Complete
      assessment reports. Develop Psychoeducational Evaluations.
      Supervision:
      Provide academic supervision for clients of Achieve.
      Supervised internship in organizational management for Master's
      level student (Fall 1998 semester).
      Service Provision:
      Coordinator-Books on Tape (BOT) Service for clients of Achieve.
      Duties include: A) Determine and respond to students' requests
      for BOT; B)Ensure and coordinate student membership in Reading For
      the Blind and Dyslexic and National Library Service for Blind and
      Physically Handicapped; C) Hire, train, and supervise BOT desk
      workers; D) Hire, train, and supervise BOT readers; E) Work in
                                                                             4
             conjunction with other graduate supervisors; and F) Maintain
             appropriate paperwork and documentation.
       1996-1997-Teaching Assistant, Counseling Program, Southeast Missouri
       State University, Cape Girardeau, MO
             Graduate:
             GC 651: Psychometrics II-Assisted professor in evaluation of
             protocols and videos of IQ test administration by students.
             Supervision:
             GC 648: Skills for the Helping Professions-Performed peer
             supervision of skill development by students.
             GC 640: Orientation to Personal and Professional Development in
             Counseling-Taught module of counseling theories.
             Research:
             Assessment and Treatment of the Substance Abuse Population-Co-
             taught two-part research seminars and collected data from
             participants. Data collection was to assess knowledge acquisition
             and attitude change related to working with this population.

       1998-1999-Clinical Experience, Lutheran Family and Children's Services,
       Cape Girardeau, MO.
             EPSY 594: Advanced Practica in Individual Counseling and Group
             Counseling.
             (20 Hours)-Provided individual counseling to clients and
             facilitated a psychoeducational group on parenting skills.
       1995-1996-Clinical Experience, Lutheran Family and Children's Services,
       Cape Girardeau, MO.
             GC 656: Supervised Practicum in Counseling.
             (100 Hours)-Provided individual and career counseling to clients
             and performed misc. agency duties. Also provided individual and
             career counseling to students in the University counseling lab.
             GC 678 & 679: Supervised Internship in Counseling/Agency.
             (639 Hours)-Provided individual, career, marriage, and family
             counseling to clients. Also provided individual and career
             counseling for undergraduate students in the University counseling
             lab.
             (15 Hours)-Co-facilitated weight control group.

       1995-1997-Graduate Research Assistant, Counseling Program, Southeast
       Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, MO.
             Duties Included; A)Perform various tasks related to NCATE
             accreditation review and process of accreditation by CACREP;
             B)Attend all faculty wing meetings, Supervisor meetings, and
             Advisory Council meetings, take notes, type and distribute
             minutes; C)Assist with classes as needed; D)Assist with research;
             E)Edit departmental newsletter; F)Assist with Departmental
             contribution to Strategic Plan; and G)Act as liaison
             between students and faculty.

       OTHER RELATED PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

             Summer 1996-Research Assistant, Cave Project (Counselors Aware of
             Vocational Education), Department of Education for the State of
             Missouri (Dr. George Johnson).
III.   CERTIFICATION AND LICENSURE
       National Certified Counselor (N.C.C)
       National Board for Certified Counselors, Inc.
                                                                               5
      School Counselor K-12 Certificate
      8/15/00-8/15/06
      School Psychological Examiner K-12 Guidance I Certificate
      8/15/00-8/15/05
      Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)
      State of Missouri
IV.   PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
      Conferences Attended

      Missouri School Counseling Association Fall 2004 Conference, Osage
      Beach, MO.
      North Central Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Fall
      2004 Conference, St. Louis, MO.

      Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Fall 2004
      Conference, Athens, GA.

      American Counseling Association World Conference, Spring 2004, Kansas
      City, MO.

      ACES Mid-Winter Conference 2004, Harding University, Searcy, AR.

      Arkansas Counseling Association Fall 2003 Conference, Hot Springs, AR.

      North Central Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Fall
      2003 Conference, Cincinnati, OH.
      Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Fall 2003
      Conference, Chattanooga, TN.

      Leadership Conference, Arkansas Counseling Association, Summer 2003,
      Heber Springs, AR.

      ACES Mid-Winter Conference 2003, Henderson State University,
      Arkadelphia, AR.

      2003 Professional Development Schools National Conference, Orlando, FL.

      Arkansas Career Education & Guidance Conference 2003, Eureka Springs,
      AR.

      Arkansas Counseling Association Fall 2002 Conference, Hot Springs, AR.

      Missouri School Counselors Association Fall 2001 Conference, Osage
      Beach, MO.
      North Central Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Fall
      2001 Conference, Oak Brook, Illinois.

      American Counseling Association World Conference, Spring 2001, San
      Antonio, TX.
      Missouri School Counselors Association Fall 2000 Conference, Osage
      Beach, MO.
      Illinois Counseling Association Fall 2000 Conference, Springfield, IL.
                                                                         6
North Central Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Fall
2000 Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana.
Southeast Missouri School Counselors Association Conference,
Fall 2000, Southeast Missouri State University.

Southern Illinois University 2000 Counseling Conference, Carbondale, IL.
ADHD in Children and Adults: Theory, Diagnosis, and Management. Russell
A. Barkley, Ph.D.
Southern Illinois University 1999 Counseling Conference, Carbondale, IL.
Brief Solution-Oriented Therapy, Bill O’Hanlon, M.S.

Southern Illinois University 1998 Counseling Conference, Carbondale, IL.
Effective Choice Therapy, William Glasser, M.D.
Southeast Missouri Principal's Conference, Cape Girardeau, MO, 1997.
Seminar on use of the Myers Briggs in the school.
Workshops Attended

Regional Summit on School Counseling, September 2004,SACES, Athens, GA.

Missouri Comprehensive Guidance Program’s New Professional Workshop.
August, 2000, Cape Girardeau, MO.

Challenging Behaviors and Positive Behavior Supports, Julie A. Donnelly,
Ph.D., Autism Support Services, August, 2000.

Grant Writing; Office of Research and Development; Southern Illinois
University, Carbondale, IL, 2000

A New Wind in Counseling; Dr. Jamie Moran of Roehampton Institute,
London; Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, MO, 1997.

Violence: Causes, Types, and Treatments; Southeast Regional Advisory
Council, Cape Girardeau, MO, 1996.
The Treatment of Sexual Offenders; Southeast Missouri State University,
Cape Girardeau, MO, 1996.
Treatment Planning; Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau,
Mo, 1996.
Techniques in Time-Limited Counseling; Wimbledon Guild Counselling
Service, Wimbleton, London, England, 1996.
Lectures Attended

Counseling in England; Dr. Jamie Moran of Roehampton Institute, London;
Chi Sigma Iota, Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, MO,
1997.

Open Morning Lecture and Round Table; London Lighthouse for AIDS
Patients, London, England, 1996.
Peer Counseling; Roehampton Institute, London, England, 1996.

Counseling in the Workplace; Roehampton Institute, London, England,
1996.
Spirituality in Counseling; Roehampton Institute, London, England, 1996.
                                                                               7
      In-House Counseling at Scotland Yard; London, England, 1996.
      Site Visits

      Charter Hospital; London, England, 1996.

      Substance Abuse Treatment Center; London, England, 1996.

      Scotland Yard Counselling Service; London, England, 1996.

      Wimbledon Counselling Service; Wimbleton, London, England,     1996.

      London Lighthouse for AIDS Patients; London, England, 1996.
      Individual Study

      Study of Culture and Counseling in London, England, 1996.
V.    MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

      American Counseling Association (ACA)
      Association for Counselor Educators and Supervisors (ACES)

            Southern ACES (National/Regional Division)

            North Central ACES (National/Regional Division)
      Missouri School Counselor Association (MSCA)

      Southeast Missouri School Counselor Association (SEMOSCA)

      Chi Sigma Iota; Sigma Epsilon Sigma Chapter (SEMO)
VI.   PRESENTATIONS

      2004 (Fall): “Building Bridges to the Community-A Southeast Missouri
      State Experience.” North Central Association for Counselor Education and
      Supervision Conference, St. Louis, MO.

      2004 (Fall): “A School-University Partnership that Works!” North Central
      Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference, St.
      Louis, MO.

      2004 (Fall): “A School-University Alliance that Transforms Counselor
      Education and Supervision.”Southern Association for Counselor Education
      and Supervision Conference, Athens, GA.
      2004 (Spring): “Assessing the Cognitive Complexity of Counselors in
      Training.” American Counseling Association Conference, Kansas City, MO.

      2004 (Spring): “Counseling Outcomes Research: New Initiatives.” Arkansas
      ACES 2004 Mid-Winter Conference, Harding University, Searcy, AR.

      2004 (Spring): “Counseling Supervision: Ethics and Scope of Practice.”
      Arkansas ACES 2004 Mid-Winter Conference, Harding University, Searcy,
      AR.
      2003 (Fall): “The ASCA National Model: Implications for Arkansas School
      Counselors.” Arkansas Counseling Association Conference, Hot Springs,
      AR.
                                                                               8
      2003 (Fall): “The Reflecting Team Approach: A Techniques for Field
      Supervisors of LACs.” Arkansas Counseling Association Conference, Hot
      Springs, AR.
      2003 (Fall): “Stop Bullying with Operation Respect.” Arkansas Counseling
      Association Conference, Hot Springs, AR.
      2003 (Fall): “Applying Narrative to the Integrated Developmental Model
      of Supervision: Mythical Stories that Reflect Changes in Motivation,
      Autonomy, and Self and Other Awareness.” North Central Association for
      Counselor Education and Supervision Fall 2003 Conference, Cincinnati,
      OH.

      2003 (Fall): “The Use of Genograms in the Training of School Counselors
      and the Practice of School Counseling.” Southern Association for
      Counselor Education and Supervision Fall 2003 Conference, Chattanooga,
      TN.
      2003 (Fall): “Skills Training Methodologies in CACREP Counselor Training
      Programs.” Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision
      Fall 2003 Conference, Chattanooga, TN.

      2003 (Spring): “Operation Respect and the Don’t Laugh At Me Program.”
      Arkansas Career Education & Guidance Conference, Eureka Springs, AR.
      2003 (Spring): “Group Supervision of Counselors in Training Using the
      Reflecting Team Approach.” Arkansas ACES 2003 Mid-Winter Conference,
      Henderson State University, Arkadelphia, AR.

      2003 (Spring): “Don’t Laugh At Me.” Crowley’s Ridge COOP Counselors
      Network, Harrisburg, AR.
      2001 (Fall): “The Development of Counseling Self-Efficacy During the
      Supervision Process.” North Central Association for Counselor Education
      and Supervision, Oak Brook, IL.

      2001 (Fall): “Teaching Counselors to Work With Potentially Violent
      Diverse Youth.” North Central Association for Counselor Education and
      Supervision, Oak Brook, IL.

      2001 (Fall): “Tracking Counselor Conceptual Complexity.” North Central
      Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, Oak Brook, IL.

      2000 (Fall): “Specific Feedback Components of Effective Supervision.”
      Illinois Counseling Association Conference, Springfield, IL.
      2000 (Fall): “A Model for Teaching Beginning-Level Supervision to Field
      Personnel.” North Central Association for Counselor Education and
      Supervision, Indianapolis, IN.

      1997 (Spring): "The Effects of Level of Training and Years of Clinical
      Experience on Counseling Self-Efficacy," presented to the Fifth Annual
      Southeast Missouri State University Student Research Conference,
      Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, MO.
VII. PUBLICATIONS

      Duys, D., & Ward, J. (2004). Counselor cognitive complexity across
          training programs. Manuscript in preparation.
                                                                               9
      Duys, D., Ward, J. E. Maxwell, J., & Eaton, L. (2004). Career counseling
          in a volatile job market: Tiedeman’s perspective revisited.
          Manuscript in preparation.

      Sommer, C. A., & Ward, J. E. (2004). Implementing the IDM through the
          use of metaphor and myth. Manuscript in review.

      Skelton, D., Cruce, A., Ward, J. (2002, December). Collaborative
          strategies to create a caring connected society for the reduction of
          school violence. Paper published in the proceedings of the
          International Counseling Conference, Ho Chi Mihn City, Viet Nam.
      Skelton, D., Cruce, A., & Ward, J. (2000, June). Save the out of sync
          from extinction. Paper published in the proceedings of the
          International Counseling Conference, San Jose, Costa Rica.
      Underhile, R., Ward, J. E., Vieceli, B., Kirsche, K., Sussman, R. J.,&
          White, L.(1998, Winter). Infusing culture-specific literature into
          multicultural education. TOGETHER: Association for Specialists in
          Group Work Newsletter.
VIII.SERVICE

      Cape Girardeau Public Schools:
      2000-2002-Testing Committee
                  Elementary Sub-Committee for Testing
      2002-Elementary Guidance Curriculum Committee

      Professional Organizations:

      2004-President Elect, Arkansas ACES

      2004-Arkansas School Counseling Outcome Research Coordinator, Arkansas
      School Counselor Association

      2003-2004-Board Member-Postsecondary Member at Large, Arkansas School
      Counselor Association; Northeast Region.
      2002-2004-Chi Sigma Iota-Faculty Advisor of Beta Rho Chapter,
      Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR.
      2003-2004-Graduate Student Poster Conference Committee Co-Chair,
      Arkansas Counseling Association Conference.
      2003-2004-School Counseling Model Committee, Arkansas Counseling
      Association.

      2000-Fall-Delegate from Southeast District, Missouri School Counselor
      Association Conference.
      2000-2001-NCACES Graduate Student Committee, Charter Member.
      1997-Spring-Chi Sigma Iota-Charter President of Sigma Epsilon Sigma
      Chapter, Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, MO.

      Department:

      2004-School Counseling Program Coordinator, Department of Educational
      Administration and Counseling, Southeast Missouri State University.
                                                                        10
2004-Library Committee, Department of Educational Administration and
Counseling, Southeast Missouri State University.
2004-Personnel Committee-Counseling, Department of Educational
Administration and Counseling, Southeast Missouri State University.
2004-Counseling Admission Committee, Department of Educational
Administration and Counseling, Southeast Missouri State University.

2004-Committee on Publication and Information, Department of Educational
Administration and Counseling, Southeast Missouri State University.
2003-to-May 2004-Search Committee Chair, Position of Assistant Professor
of School Counseling, Department of Psychology and Counseling, Arkansas
State University.
2003-2004-MSE Program Coordinator, Department of Psychology and
Counseling, Arkansas State University.

2002-2004-University Liason, School-University ASU Counseling
Partnership with Nettleton School District, Department of Psychology and
Counseling, Arkansas State University.

2002-2004-Faculty Advisor, Chi Sigma Iota, Beta Rho Chapter, Department
of Psychology and Counseling, Arkansas State University.

2002-2003-Search Committee, Position of Assistant Professor of School
Counseling, Department of Psychology and Counseling, Arkansas State
University.
2002-2004-Master of Science in Education Degree (School Counseling)
Committee, Department of Psychology and Counseling, Arkansas State
University.

2002-2004-Resource Committee, Department of Psychology and Counseling,
Arkansas State University.

2002-2004-Ad Hoc Newsletter Committee, Department of Psychology and
Counseling, Arkansas State University.

2001-2002-NCATE Review, Department of Educational Administration and
Counseling, Southeast Missouri State University.

1999-Recruitment at Southeast Missouri State University for Counselor
Education Doctoral Program, Department of Educational Psychology and
Special Education, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.

1998-Meeting with CACREP Accreditation Team, Department of Educational
Administration and Counseling, Southeast Missouri State University.

1995-1997-Mentor for the Counseling Program, Department of Educational
Administration and Counseling, Southeast Missouri State University.

1995-1997-Member of Advisory Council for the Counseling Program,
Department of Educational Administration and Counseling, Southeast
Missouri State University.
1995-1997-Member of CACREP Self-Study Team, Department of Educational
Administration and Counseling, Southeast Missouri State University.

1995-1997-Counseling Program Screening, Department of Educational
Administration and Counseling, Southeast Missouri State University.
                                                                                   11
       1995-1997-SEMO Health Fair, Department of Educational Administration and
       Counseling, Southeast Missouri State      University.

       1995-1997-Editor of Counseling Program Newsletter, The Counseling
       Perspective, Department of Educational Administration and Counseling,
       Southeast Missouri State University.
       College of Education:

       2004-NCATE/Assessment Committee, College of Education, Southeast
       Missouri State University.

       2002-2004-Library Curriculum Center, College of Education, Arkansas State
       University.
       Community:

       1997-Blue Cross Blue Shield Open House, Cape Girardeau, MO.

       1997-Family Fun Fair, Community Counseling, Cape Girardeau,
       MO.
       1996-Depression Screening Day, St. Francis Hospital, Cape Girardeau, MO.

       Iowa Wesleyan College:

       1991-1993-Behavioral Science Club Secretary, Iowa Wesleyan
       College.
       1993-Behavioral Science Club Symposium Committee Member, Iowa Wesleyan
       College.
IX.   SPECIAL RECOGNITION AND HONORS

       Runner-Up in the 2001 Richard and Donna Falvo Outstanding Dissertation
       Award Program: Southern Illinois University at Carbondale

       Research Award from the Association of Counselor Educators and
       Supervisors at the ACA World Conference, San Antonio, TX, 2001

       Awarded Teaching Assistantship, Southern Illinois University,
       Carbondale, IL, 2000
       Elected to Who's Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges,
       Southeast Missouri State University Graduate School, 1997-98.

       Awarded Administrative Assistantship, Southern Illinois University,
       Carbondale, IL, 1997-1999.
       Awarded Graduate Research Assistantship, Southeast Missouri State
       University, Cape Girardeau, Mo, 1995-1997.

       Chi Sigma Iota (Charter Member and Charter President of Sigma Epsilon
       Sigma, SEMO Chapter),Southeast Missouri State University, Cape
       Girardeau, MO, 1997.
       Academic Distinction in the Graduate School, Southeast Missouri State
       University, Cape Girardeau, MO, 1997.

       Phi Kappa Phi, Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, MO,
       1996.
                                                                     12
Blue Key, Iowa Wesleyan College, Mt. Pleasant, IA, 1993.
Iota Phi, Iowa Wesleyan College, Mt. Pleasant, IA, 1993.

Summa Cum Laude Graduate, Iowa Wesleyan College, Mt. Pleasant, IA, 1993.
National Dean's List-1991-1992, 1992-1993.

All-American Collegiate Award-1993.
L. Robert Skrzynski Scholarship for the Division of Human Studies, Iowa
Wesleyan College, Mt. Pleasant, IA.
                                                                        13
X.   REFERENCES
           Dr. Beverly M. Brown
           Associate Professor
           Department of Educational Psychology and Special Education
           Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
           Carbondale, IL 62901
           Office: (618)453-6919
           Email: bevbrown@siu.edu
           Dr. Karen Prichard
           Associate Professor and Coordinator of Counselor Education
           Department of Educational Psychology and Special Education
           Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
           Carbondale, IL 62901
           Office: (618)453-6924
           Email: prichard@siu.edu
           Dr. Jane Cox
           Associate Professor
           Department of Educational Psychology and Special Education
           Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
           Carbondale, IL 62901
           Office: (618)453-6921
           Email: janecox@siu.edu
           Dr. Patrick Peck
           Assistant Professor
           Department of Psychology and Counseling
           Arkansas State University
           State University, AR 72467
           Office: (870) 972-3064
           Email: plpeck@mail.astate.edu

				
DOCUMENT INFO
Shared By:
Categories:
Tags:
Stats:
views:5
posted:12/25/2011
language:
pages:13