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                                                                                                                               The 26th Annual Teachers College
                                                                                                                               WINTER ROUNDTABLE on
                                                                                                                               Cultural Psychology and Education
                                                                                                                               Presents:




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Department of Counseling and Clinical Psychology
Teachers College, Columbia University




                                                                                                                                               On-site Registration at 8 am on both days
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                                                                                                                                                  Friday, Feb. 20, 2009, 9 am – 5 pm and
                                                                                                                                                  Friday, Feb. 20, 2009, 9 am – 5 pm and
                                                                                                                                                    Saturday, Feb. 21, 2009, 9 am – 7 pm
                                                                                                                                                   Saturday, Feb. 21, 2009, 9 am – 7 pm
                                                                                                                                               Janet E. Helms Mentoring Award Address:
WINTER ROUNDTABLE




                                                                                                                                               Janet E. Helms Mentoring Award Address:
                                                                                                                                                                  Friday, 2:00 – 2:50 pm
New York, NY 10027




                                                                                                                                                                  Friday, 2:00 – 2:50 pm
                                                                                                                                                    Social Justice Action Award Address:
                                                                                                                                                    Social Justice Action Award Address:
                                                                                                                                                                 Saturday, 4:30 – 5:15 pm
                                                                                                                                                                 Saturday, 4:30 – 5:15 pm
                                                                                                                                                     Bestowment of Social Justice Action
                                                                                                                                                     Bestowment of Social Justice Action
                                                                                                                                                            and Janet E. Helms Awards:
                                                                                                                                                            and Janet E. Helms Awards:
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                                                                                                                                                   RECEPTION: Saturday, 5:45 – 7:00 pm
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                                                                                                                 TEACHERS COLLEGE COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
                                                                                                                 525 W. 120th Street (Between Amsterdam and Broadway) New York, NY 10027
Sponsorship
      SPONSORSHIP                                        Introduction.................................................................1
      The Winter Roundtable Conference is sponsored
      by the Counseling Psychology Program and The       Conference Director.....................................................2
      Center for Educational Outreach and Innovation
      at Teachers College, Columbia University. Other    The 6th Annual Social Justice Action Award................3
      recognized co-sponsors include the Society of
                                                         The 19th Annual Janet E. Helms Award .......................4
      Counseling Psychology and the Society for the
      Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues.     Other Invited Speakers ............................................5-6
      The Roundtable also is affiliated with the
      Diversity Challenge Conference, which is           Pathways to Publication..............................................6
      sponsored by the Institute for the Study and
      Promotion of Race and Culture at Boston College.   Pathways to Practice ...................................................6
      The Roundtable was founded by                      Student Scholarships..................................................6
      Samuel D. Johnson Jr., Ph.D.,
      and is directed by                                 Schedule of Events...................................................7-8
      MARIE L. MIVILLE, Ph.D.
                                                         Hotel Information...................................................9-10
      FOR INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT:
      The Winter Roundtable                              Registration Information ...........................................11
      Attn: Erin Forquer and Joel Sahadath
      Teachers College, Columbia University              Registration Form ..............................inside back cover
      525 W. 120th Street, Box 59
      New York, NY 10027

      Phone: (212) 678-4111 Fax: (212) 678-8223
      E-mail: roundtable@tc.columbia.edu

      VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT:
      http://www.tc.columbia.edu/roundtable
Introduction                                                                         Conference Staff
Incorporating Multicultural Models in                                                Conference Director
Psychology and Education                                                             Marie L. Miville, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychology and Education,
                                                                                     Department of Counseling and Clinical Psychology, Teachers College,
The Teachers College Winter Roundtable on Cultural Psychology and
                                                                                     Columbia University. Professor Miville received her doctorate in counseling
Education continues its tradition of bringing together scholars, practitioners,
                                                                                     psychology from the University of Maryland at College Park. Her doctoral
researchers, social change agents, and students interested in relevant and timely    work focused on identity development among Latinos and Latinas. Dr. Miville
issues associated with cultural issues in psychology and education. The theme        also developed one of the first scales to examine positive or nonprejudicial
of the 2009 Roundtable conference, “Incorporating Multicultural Models in            social attitudes towards others, the Miville-Guzman Universality-Diversity
Psychology and Education,” emphasizes education and training across a                Scale (M-GUDS); this scale measures attitudes of awareness and acceptance of
variety of settings, including K-12 schools, undergraduate curricula, graduate       the similarities and differences between people. Professor Miville has
and internship programs in mental health services, as well as organizational         conducted research and developed workshops exploring the impact of
settings. This year's conference is a two-day program consisting of paper and        oppression and privilege as based on various aspects of identity, including
symposium presentations, workshops, student poster presentations, and                race, culture, and gender, among populations of color. More recent work has
roundtable discussions conducted by invited and selected experts in the fields       focused on cross-cultural understandings of gender and gender roles.
of multicultural psychology, education, and related disciplines.
                                                                                     Dr. Miville is the author of over 50 journal articles and book chapters dealing
The Roundtable conference will include five important program                        with multicultural issues in counseling and psychology. She is currently
elements:                                                                            serving or has served on several editorial boards, including Journal of
                                                                                     Counseling Psychology, Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology,
    The 19th Annual Janet E. Helms Award, which commemorates an                      Assessment, and Training and Education in Professional Psychology. Most
    individual’s professional contributions as a mentor and scholar. This year’s     recently, Dr. Miville served as Chair of the Council of Counseling Psychology
    recipient is Nadya A. Fouad, Ph.D.                                               Training Programs (CCPTP) and Co-Chair of the joint Division 17/CCPTP
                                                                                     Special Task Group exploring training models for integrating practice
    The 6th Annual Social Justice Action Award, which honors the                     guidelines related to diversity. She is the Historian for the National Latina/o
    significant contributions of an individual who exemplifies the integration       Psychology Association and Faculty Advisor of the Teachers College student
    of multicultural initiatives with social action. This year’s recipient is        organization, Coalition of Latino/a Scholars. Dr. Miville is a Fellow of the
    William E. Cross, Jr., Ph.D.                                                     American Psychological Association (Division 17).
    Pathways to Publication, a forum where journal editors and/or                    Conference Coordinators
    representatives discuss the publication process for their respective journals.
                                                                                     Joel K. Sahadath is a first year doctoral student in Counseling Psychology at
    Pathways to Practice, a forum where mental health professionals discuss          Teachers College, Columbia University. He obtained his MA in Counseling
    strategies for establishing a culturally competent practice that serves a        and Guidance from New York University in 2006 and his BA in Psychology
    diverse clientele.                                                               from St John’s University in 2003. Joel has worked in the field of HIV/AIDS
                                                                                     studies as a researcher and clinician from 2003 to 2008. In addition to being a
    The Student Scholarship Program, which allows selected students to               co-coordinator for the Winter Roundtable, Joel is a member of Dr. Marie L.
    present their recent scholarship at a poster presentation session on the         Miville’s research team.
    second day of the conference. Selected students are awarded a $100 stipend
    and waived registration fees.                                                    Erin E. Forquer is a second year doctoral student in Counseling Psychology at
                                                                                     Teachers College, Columbia University. She received her BA from The Ohio
                                                                                     State University, where she was a scholar athlete, and her MA from Boston
                                                                                     College. While at Boston College she had the great fortune of working under
                                                                                     Dr. Janet E. Helms at the Institute for the Study and Promotion of Race and
                                                                                     Culture. In addition to her role as Winter Roundtable co-coordinator, Erin is
                                                                                     a member of Dr. Marie L. Miville’s research team.

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The 6th Annual                                                                            The 19th Annual

Social Justice Action Award                                                               Janet E. Helms Award
                                                                                          for Mentoring and Scholarship

William E. Cross, Jr., Ph.D. is this year’s recipient of the Social Justice Action        Nadya A. Fouad, Ph.D., is a Distinguished Professor in the Department of
Award. Dr. Cross is one of America's leading theorists and researchers on black           Educational Psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and training
identity development. His text, Shades of Black (Temple University Press, 1991) is        director of the Counseling Psychology program there. She is editor of The
considered a classic in the field. In 1963 he graduated from Denver University with       Counseling Psychologist. She was recipient in 2003 of the John Holland Award for
a BA in psychology. He attended Roosevelt University for MA level studies in              Outstanding Achievement in Career and Personality Research.
clinical psychology and after completing a clinical internship, worked for two years
at a state mental hospital, and although he never completed the degree, his               She served as President of Division 17 (Counseling Psychology) from 2000-2001,
exposure to clinical psychology under girds his entire corpus. Following a brief          and previously served as Vice President for Diversity and Public Interest from
stint in the corporate world, he was swept-up by the Black Consciousness                  1996 to 1999. She also served as chair of the Council of Counseling Psychology
Movement of the 1960s and 1970s; Nigrescence Theory was scaffolded from his               Training Programs from 2003 to 2007. Currently she serves on the editorial
experiences in the Movement. He attended Princeton University where his life              boards of the Journal of Vocational Behavior and the Journal of Career Assessment.
long friend, Badi G. Foster helped Bill forge a connection between psychology and
                                                                                          She has published articles and chapters on cross-cultural vocational assessment,
African American Studies. His first academic appointment combined black studies
                                                                                          career development of women and racial/ethnic minorities, interest
and psychology at the African Studies and Research Center at Cornell University.
                                                                                          measurement, cross-cultural counseling and race and ethnicity. She served as co-
Bill likes to say that he entered Cornell a psychologist, and after 20 years of
                                                                                          chair (with Patricia Arredondo) of the writing team for the Multicultural
immersion in interdisciplinary Black Studies, left the Africana Center transformed
                                                                                          Guidelines on Education, Training, Practice, Research and Organizational
into a Cultural Psychologist. While at Cornell from 1973-1994 he wrote Shades of
                                                                                          Change, which were approved by the American Psychological Association in
Black, which voiced his challenge to the Black Self-Hatred thesis, presented a
                                                                                          August, 2002 and published in the American Psychologist in May, 2003.
major revision of the original Negro-to-Black Identity Change Model, and
outlined a two-factor theory of self-concept structure (SC = PI + RGO). During            We are honored to present Dr. Nadya A. Fouad with the 19th Annual Janet E.
this same period his theoretical-empirical inclinations were reinforced by an             Helms Award for Mentoring and Scholarship.
association with scholars who organized and ran a series of conferences known as
the Empirical Conference in Black Psychology. In 1994, he left CU and took a
position at Pennsylvania State University, where his career was revitalized. It was
Peony Fhagen-Smith, a graduate student at Penn State, who nurtured Bill’s work
on black identity across the lifespan, a focus recently revisited in an expanded
work co-authored with Tuere Binta Cross, Bill’s daughter. Terrell Jones, also from
Penn State, introduced Bill to the Summer Institute for Intercultural
Communication (SIIC), founded by Janet and Milton Bennett. Since 1998, Bill
and Terrell have co-taught a one-week session at SIIC on racial-cultural identity
development, and his experiences at SIIC explain, which have influenced Bill’s
more recent writings. After leaving Penn State, Bill took a position at UMass-
Amherst from 1996-1999, where he worked in the Doctoral Program in Social
Justice Education. Between 2000 and 2008 Bill was part of the Doctoral Program
in Social-Personality Psychology, at the Graduate Center, CUNY, and at one point
he also coordinated the GC’s Program in Africana Studies. Working side by side
with Michelle Fine, Kay Deaux, Tracey Revenson, Colette Daiute and Robert Reid-
Pharr, Bill’s work in the early 2000s became more progressive and openly radical.
In 2008, Bill and Dawn retired to Henderson, NV. However, Bill’s retirement did
not last long and he recently accepted a position at UNLV in Counselor Education.
In a manner of speaking, Bill’s career has come full circle, as years ago he started in
clinical psychology, later switched to academic psychology and African American
Studies, and now at UNLV, he returns to the process oriented, praxis, and helping
side of psychology.
We are very pleased to present Dr. William E. Cross, Jr. with the 6th Annual Social
Justice Action Award.


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Other Invited Speakers
Y. BARRY CHUNG, PH.D., Northeastern University                                                           LISA A. SUZUKI, PH.D., New York University
Y. Barry Chung is Professor and Chair of the Department of Counseling and Applied                        Lisa A. Suzuki is an Associate Professor in the Department of Applied Psychology at New York
Educational Psychology at Northeastern University. He has published extensively on the topics of         University. Her research interests include multicultural assessment, training, and qualitative
career development, multicultural counseling, and sexual orientation. He has served on eight             research methods. She is co-editor of The Handbook of Multicultural Assessment: Clinical,
journal editorial boards internationally, and is currently Executive Editor of the American              Psychological and Educational Applications; Handbook of Multicultural Counseling; and Using
Psychological Association Division 44 Book Series, and Vice President for Education and                  Qualitative Methods in Psychology. She is co-author of Intelligence Testing and Minority Students:
Training in the Society of Counseling Psychology.                                                        Foundations, Performance Factors, and Assessment Issues. In 2006, Suzuki received the
                                                                                                         Distinguished Contribution Award from the Asian American Psychological Association.
EDWARD A. DELGADO-ROMERO, PH.D., University of Georgia
Edward A. Delgado-Romero is an Associate Professor in the Counseling Psychology at the                   DERALD WING SUE, PH.D., Teachers College, Columbia University
University of Georgia. He is currently the president of the National Latina/o Psychological              Derald Wing Sue is Professor of Psychology and Education at Teachers College, Columbia
Association (NLPA). His research interests are in Latino/a psychology, race and ethnicity in             University. He has published and produced over 100 articles, 13 books, and multiple media
counseling, faculty of color retention and multicultural competence. He is the author of                 training packages. His text, Counseling the Culturally Diverse: Theory and Practice, is considered a
numerous journal articles, book chapters and a book on these topics. He is founder of the NLPA           classic in the field, and Overcoming our Racism: The Journey to Liberation has received outstanding
and a school counselor conference focused on Latino/a school issues.                                     reviews. For the past 6 years Dr. Sue and his research team at Teachers College have studied the
                                                                                                         causes, manifestations and impact of racial microaggressions on People of Color, and facilitating
CHRISTOPHER EMDIN, PH.D., Teachers College, Columbia University                                          difficult dialogues on race.
Christopher Emdin is an Assistant Professor in Science Education at Teachers College, Columbia
University. His research focuses on issues of race, class, and diversity in urban science classrooms,    JOSEPH E. TRIMBLE, PH.D., Western Washington University
the use of new theoretical frameworks to transform science education, and urban science                  Joseph E. Trimble is Professor of Psychology at Western Washington University and a Research
education reform. The Association for Science Teacher Education recently awarded Dr. Emdin               Associate for the National Center for American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health
the 2008 Best Paper for Innovation in Teaching Science Teachers. He also was awarded the 2008            Research. He has generated over 130 publications on cross-cultural and ethnic topics including:
Phi Delta Kappa Outstanding Dissertation Award and P.D.K Emerging Leader Award.                          Handbook of Racial and Ethnic Minority Psychology, Handbook of Ethical Research with
                                                                                                         Ethnocultural Populations and Communities, and Counseling Across Cultures. He has received
OFELIA GARCÍA, PH.D., City University of New York                                                        numerous awards for his work in the field of ethnic and cultural psychology including: the
Dr. Ofelia Garcia is Professor of Urban Education at the City University of New York. She was a          Excellence in Teaching Award from Western Washington University, APA’s Division 45 Lifetime
Professor of Bilingual Education at Teachers College, Columbia University, and at The City               Achievement Award, the Janet E. Helms Award for Mentoring and Scholarship, the Washington
College of New York. She has been Dean of the School of Education in the Brooklyn Campus of              State Psychological Association Distinguished Psychologist Award for 2002, the Peace and Social
Long Island University. Among her recent publications are Bilingual Education in the 21st                Justice Award from Division 48, and the Distinguished Elder Award.
Century: A Global Perspective, Imagining Multilingual Schools, A Reader in Bilingual Education,
Language Loyalty, Continuity and Change: Joshua Fishman’s Contributions to International
Sociolinguistics, and The Multilingual Apple: Languages in New York City.
                                                                                                             Pathways to Publication
CAROL D. LEE, PH.D., Northwestern University                                                                 Pathways to Publication provides a forum where journal editors or representatives
Carol D. Lee is Professor of Education and Social Policy in the School of Education and Social Policy        discuss the publication process of their respective journal. In 2008, some of the journals
and of African American Studies at Northwestern University. Her research focuses on the design of            Pathways featured included:
curriculum to support literate problem solving in response to literature. In addition to publishing in       Journal of Counseling Psychology
numerous journals, she is the author of three books, Signifying as a Scaffold for Literary                   Journal of Counseling and Development
Interpretation: The Pedagogical Implications of an African American Discourse Genre and Culture,             Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology
Literacy and Learning: Taking Bloom in the Midst of the Whirlwind, and Disciplinary Literacy.                Journal of Black Psychology
RUPERTO M. PEREZ, PH.D., Georgia Institute of Technology                                                     Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development
Ruperto M. Perez is the Director of the Counseling Center at the Georgia Institute of                        Harvard Educational Review
Technology. He has previously served as Assistant Director in the Counseling Center at the                   Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences
University of Florida, and as Coordinator and Training Director in the Counseling and Testing                Teachers College Record
Center at the University of Georgia. He has authored various publications addressing the areas of
diversity and sexual orientation. In addition, he has presented a number of programs and                     Pathways to Practice
provided consultation in the areas of multiculturalism and counseling issues with LGBT clients.              Pathways to Practice provides a forum where mental health professionals discuss
                                                                                                             strategies for establishing a culturally competent practice that serves a diverse clientele,
LAURA SMITH, PH.D., Teachers College, Columbia University                                                    in both private and institutional settings.
Laura Smith is an assistant professor of Psychology and Education at Teachers College, Columbia
University. She previously worked in a variety of applied settings in New York City, including               Student Scholarships
Director of Training of the internship program at Pace University, the founding Director of the              Thanks to Joseph G. Ponterotto, J. Manuel Casas, Lisa A. Suzuki, and Charlene M.
Rosemary Furman Counseling Center at Barnard College, and the Director of Psychological                      Alexander, the editors of the Handbook of Multicultural Counseling, a student scholarship
Services at the West Farms Center. Her research interests include: poverty and social class, the             fund has been established. This year, students whose poster presentation proposals are
influence of classism on psychological theory and practice, the development of socially-just                 accepted will receive complimentary registration to the Winter Roundtable and a $100
practice at the community level, and participatory action research (PAR) in schools and                      stipend. On posters with multiple authors, the scholarship and complimentary
communities, and is currently working on several PAR projects.                                               registration will be awarded to the first author only.

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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS FOR THE 26th ANNUAL WINTER ROUNDTABLE
Incorporating Multicultural Models in Psychology and Education
Friday, February 20, 2009                                                           Saturday, February 21, 2009
8:00-8:45       REGISTRATION AND REFRESHMENTS                                       8:00-9:00        REGISTRATION AND REFRESHMENTS
9:00-9:20       WELCOME and OPENING SESSION                                         INVITED PRESENTATIONS
                Opening Remarks:                                                    9:00-9:50        Christopher Emdin, Ph.D., Teachers College, Columbia University
                Marie L. Miville, Ph.D., Winter Roundtable Director                                  Urban Science Education: Neo-Indigenous Cosmopolitanism
9:20-10:15      KEYNOTE ADDRESS                                                                     and the Urban Science Classroom.
                Joseph E. Trimble, Ph.D.: Infusing The Psychology Curriculum with   10:00-10:50      Ofelia Garcia, Ph.D., City University of New York
                Ethnocultural Content: Truths, Half-Truths, Anecdotes and the                        Assessing and Educating Bilingual Learners
                Role of Critical Thinking                                           10:00-11:50      Laura Smith, Ph.D., Teachers College, Columbia University
10:15-10:45 QUESTION AND ANSWER PERIOD                                                              Counseling in the Context of Poverty: Positionalities, Principles,
    INVITED PRESENTATIONS AND WORKSHOP                                                               and Practice
11:00-11:50 Carol D. Lee, Ph.D., Northwestern University                            12:00-1:30       LUNCH
            The Foundational Role of Culture in Learning:                                            (Teachers College Cafeteria will not be open. A list of local
            Taking Bloom in the Midst of the Whirlwind                                               restaurants will be provided in the registration packet.)

11:00-12:50 Y. Barry Chung, Ph.D., Northeastern University                          12:30-2:00       PATHWAYS TO PRACTICE
            Multiculturalism in Psychology, Education, and Training                                  Join various mental health professionals to discuss strategies
                                                                                                     for establishing a culturally competent practice that serves a
12:30-2:00      PATHWAYS TO PUBLICATION                                                              diverse clientele.
                Join various journal editors and their representatives
                                                                                    1:30-2:20        STUDENT POSTER SESSION
                for a forum on the publication process.
                                                                                                     Join graduate students for an opportunity to share their
1:00-2:00       LUNCH                                                                                recent scholarship and research.
                (Teachers College Cafeteria will be open. A list of local
                                                                                    INVITED PRESENTATIONS
                restaurants will be provided in the registration packet.)
                                                                                    2:30-4:20   Thomas A. Parham, Ph.D., University of California- Irvine
2:00-2:50       THE JANET E. HELMS AWARD LECTURE                                                Psychologists Intervening in the Community: Lessons from the
                Nadya A. Fouad, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee                      Bakari Project
                Mentoring for Multicultural and Advocacy Competencies
                                                                                    2:30-4:20        Ruperto Perez, Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology
    INVITED PRESENTATIONS AND WORKSHOP                                                               Intersecting Identities among LGBT people: Issues in Counseling
3:00-3:50       Edward Delgado-Romero, Ph.D., University of Georgia                                  and Therapy
                Latinos and Education: The Case of Psychology                       4:30-5:15        THE FIFTH ANNUAL SOCIAL JUSTICE ACTION AWARD LECTURE 
3:00-4:50       Derald Wing Sue, Ph.D., Teachers College, Columbia University                        William E. Cross, Ph.D.
                Racial Microaggressions as Triggers to Difficult Dialogues on                        Post Obama: The Continued Relevance of Identity Theorizing
                Race in the Classroom                                                                and Research
                                                                                    5:15-5:45        PRESENTATION OF THE SOCIAL JUSTICE ACTION AND
4:00-4:50       Lisa Suzuki, Ph.D., New York University
                                                                                                     JANET E. HELMS AWARDS 
                Reading Between the Lines: Understanding Culture in
                Qualitative Research                                                5:45-7:00        We welcome you to attend a reception to honor all the invited
                                                                                                     speakers and the recipients of the Social Justice Action Award
                                                                                                     and Janet E. Helms Award for Mentoring and Scholarship.
                                                                                     NO OTHER CONCURRENT PRESENTATIONS AND SYMPOSIA
                                                                                    Please note that listed presentation times and titles are subject to change. Concurrent
                                                                                    presentations of accepted proposals from the Call for Papers will be announced in the
                                                                                    Program Schedule, which participants will receive at the Roundtable conference.

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Hotel Information
     We have reserved blocks of rooms at the following hotels, which         Rooms will be held at the reduced rate until January 14, 2008.
     will be offered to conference participants at reduced rates. When       Please call (800) 497-6028 or (212) 651-3351 to make a
     calling to make your reservation, please mention that you are           reservation. Please visit: http://www.ontheave-nyc.com
     a registrant for the Winter Roundtable. This will enable you to
     receive the discounted price. The hotels will require that one          Note: The mentioned rates at the Hotel Newton, Holiday Inn, On
     night’s stay be placed on your credit card to ensure your               the Avenue and the Excelsior Hotel are subject to 13.375% sales tax
     reservation. The room costs will return to their regular prices after   and all hotel rates are subject to an occupancy tax of $3.50 per
     the mentioned cut-off dates. Also, please note that the Roundtable      room per night (subject to change) and are net and non-
     is not responsible for securing housing accommodations for              commissionable. The hotels charge varied fees per additional guest
     conference attendees.                                                   per room/per night.

     Participating Hotels include:                                           Additional, conveniently located accommodations include:
     ## /2 HOTEL NEWTON
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                                                                             UNION THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
     2528 Broadway between 94th and 95th Streets                             (www.uts.columbia.edu): (212) 280-1313*
     Hotel Newton is approximately 15 minutes from Teachers College
     on the 1 subway line from the 96 Street stop to the 116th               WEST SIDE YMCA
     Street/Columbia University stop. Single Rooms (Queen bed) are           (www.ymcanyc.org): (212) 875-4273
     available for $150.00 per room/night and Double-Double Rooms
     are available for $175.00 per room/night. Rooms will be held at the     HARLEM YMCA
     reduced rate until January 20, 2008. Please call (212) 678-6500 or      (www.ymcanyc.org): (212) 281-4100 ext. 210
     fax (212) 678-6758. Please visit: http://www.thehotelnewton.com
                                                                             *Please mention that you are eligible for the Teachers College Rate.
     ### THE EXCELSIOR HOTEL
     45 W. 81st Street between Columbus Avenue and Central Park West         The New York Convention and Visitors Bureau Inc.,
     The Excelsior Hotel is approximately 20 minutes from Teachers           (212) 397-8200, can also provide further information on hotels.
     College on the 1 subway line from the 79th Street stop to the 116th
     Street/Columbia University stop. Standard rooms are available for       Star ratings are taken from www.expedia.com
     $175.00 per room/night. Please indicate your preference for a           ## VALUE HOTELS
     single or double-bedded room. Suites are available for $245.00 per      These limited service establishments are expected to offer clean
     room/night. Rooms will be held at the reduced rate until January        basic accommodations. These properties may offer some business
     14, 2008. Please call (212) 362-9200 or (800) 368-4575 or fax (212)     services but generally lack meeting rooms, baggage assistance, and
     580-3972. Please visit: http://www.excelsiorhotelny.com                 full fitness and recreational facilities. On-site dining is usually
     ### HOLIDAY INN MIDTOWN                                                 limited to coffee or Continental breakfast service. Guest rooms
     440 W. 57th Street between 9th and 10th Avenues                         generally offer a private bathroom, telephone, TV, and limited
     The Holiday Inn Midtown is approximately 30 minutes                     amenities.
     from Teachers College on the 1 subway line from the 59th
                                                                             ### QUALITY HOTELS
     Street/Columbus Circle stop to the 116th Street/Columbia
                                                                             Three-star establishments place a greater emphasis on style,
     University stop. Single or Double Rooms are available for $185.00
                                                                             comfort, and personalized service. They generally feature on-site
     per room/night. Please indicate your participation in the Winter
                                                                             dining room service, a pool and/or fitness center, a gift shop, and
     Roundtable, group code XWR, when you place a reservation.
                                                                             may provide baggage assistance. Conference rooms for meetings
     Rooms will be held at the reduced rate until January 28, 2008.
                                                                             and extended service for business travelers are usually offered.
     Please call (212) 581-8100 or (800) 231-0405 to place a reservation.
                                                                             Guest rooms offer more extensive amenities and more careful
     Please visit: http://www.HI57.com
                                                                             attention to decor and comfort.
     ###1/2 ON THE AVENUE
     2178 Broadway at 77th Street
     On the Avenue is approximately 20 minutes from Teachers College
     on the 1 subway line from the 79th Street stop to the 116th
     Street/Columbia University stop. Standard Queen/King rooms are
     available for $199.00, and Standard Double rooms for $215.00.


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Registration Information                                                                                                                                        Registration Form
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS:                                                                                                                                   REGISTER EARLY AND SAVE MONEY!
The Winter Roundtable is sponsored by the Counseling Psychology Program and The Center                                                                          EARLY REGISTRATION: Deadline is January 18, 2009
for Educational Outreach and Innovation (CEO&I) at Teachers College, Columbia University.                                                                           Student, non-credit, with a letter that certifies student status, $100
The Winter Roundtable offers Continuing Education Credits from the following professional
organizations:
                                                                                                                                                                    Professional, $200
     The National Association of Social Workers - New York State (NASW-NYS): 13 hours                                                                           LATE REGISTRATION: January 19, 2008-February 9, 2008
     The National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC): 11 hours                                                                                               (On-site registration only after February 9, 2008.)
     American Psychological Association (APA): 10 hours                                                                                                           Student, non-credit, with a letter that certifies student status, $120
The Winter Roundtable is approved by the American Psychological Association to offer                                                                              Professional, $225
continuing education for psychologists. The Winter Roundtable maintains responsibility
for the program.                                                                                                                                                Winter Roundtable Non-Credit Registration Form
                                                                                                                                                                Three Ways to Register:
ENROLLING FOR COURSE CREDIT:                                                                                                                                    1. Register on-line at: www.tc.columbia.edu/roundtable
If you are not currently enrolled at Teachers College and this is your first time registering for course                                                           (credit card only; preferred method)
credit, you must:
1. Pay a $65 application fee and provide proof of your Baccalaureate (photocopy of your                                                                         2. Call the CEO&I to register by phone at (212) 678-3987 (credit card only)
   diploma or transcript showing award of degree) or a teacher’s license/certification.                                                                         3. Clip/copy and mail the completed form with check(s) or money order(s)
2. Complete and return a credit registration form to CEO&I (Please call CEO&I to obtain                                                                            payable to “Teachers College” to:
   this form, or visit http://continuingeducation.tc.columbia.edu to download the form).                                                                           The Center for Educational Outreach and Innovation
3. After you have completed steps 1 and 2, Teachers College will notify you of your                                                                                Teachers College, Columbia University
   enrollment status for credit. This does not imply admission to any specific graduate                                                                            525 West 120th Street, Box 132
   program at Teachers College.                                                                                                                                    New York, NY 10027
Current Teachers College students who would like to register for credit must enroll in CCPJ 4873 in                                                                Tel: (212) 678-3987 or (800) 209-1245; Fax: (212) 678-8417
the Spring semester.
                                                                                                                                                                PAYMENT
Your tuition and application fee (if applicable) is payable directly to Teachers College at the time                                                              Check/Money Order in the amount of_________ payable to TEACHERS COLLEGE
of registration. Should you register as a non-credit attendee, you may not change your
enrollment to credit (or vice-versa) once the conference has commenced.
                                                                                                                                                                    Credit card authorization in the amount of___________
DISABILITY SERVICES                                                                                                                                                   MasterCard           Visa             American Express
Please pre-register if you would like the Roundtable to provide accommodations for individuals
with visual or hearing impairments. Individuals with disabilities are invited to request reasonable                                                             |__|__|__|__|—|__|__|__|__|—|__|__|__|__|—|__|__|__|__|                           |__|__|__|__|
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accommodations including, but not limited to sign language interpretation, Braille or large print
materials, and a campus map of accessible features. Address these requests to the Office of Access
and Services for Individuals with Disabilities at (212) 678-3689, keller@tc.edu, or Deaf and Hard                                                               Cardholder’s Name                                    Signature (required)                Date
of Hearing Services at (212) 678-3853 V/TTY, jaech@tc.edu. While every effort will be made to
fulfill all requests for reasonable accommodations regardless of when these requests are made,                                                                  Billing Address (required for credit card charges)
making requests by February 1st will ensure that accommodations will be provided.
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CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY (for non-credit registration only)                                                                                                                                                                                                 Please
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Requests for refunds must be received in writing by The Center for Educational Outreach &                                                                       MAILING INFORMATION (required for registration)                                                   Clearly
Innovation. Full (100%) non-credit refunds will be granted if written course withdrawal is                                                                      NAME
received 7 business days prior to the first scheduled class session. Refunds will be made in the
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for credit card refunds. Courses dropped within the aforementioned 7 day window will receive a
50% refund. No refunds will be granted after the start date of the course. Those who are registered                                                             Business Telephone                                               Home Telephone
for course credit and wish to withdraw their registration must contact the Registrar’s Office.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION REGARDING REGISTRATION, PLEASE CONTACT:                                                                                                 Home or Business Address
        The Center for Educational Outreach and Innovation
        Teachers College, Columbia University                                                                                                                   City                                                             State             Zip
        525 West 120th Street, Box 132
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        New York, NY 10027
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