Tag Archives: counseling

CEPSE Chair Candidate Presentation: Cary Roseth

CEPSE Chair Candidate Presentation: Cary Roseth

The Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology and Special Education has entered the public phase of its search to replace Dr. Richard S. (Dick) Prawat after 26 years of energetic and faithful service as department chair. Three CEPSE faculty members have applied for the position, and each will give presentations about their vision for the department… Read More »

CEPSE Chair Candidate Presentation: Emily Bouck

CEPSE Chair Candidate Presentation: Emily Bouck

The Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology and Special Education has entered the public phase of its search to replace Dr. Richard S. (Dick) Prawat after 26 years of energetic and faithful service as department chair. Three CEPSE faculty members have applied for the position, and each will give presentations about their vision for the department… Read More »

ISSP Information Session

The International Student and Scholar Support Program (ISSP) was developed in partnership with an international counseling organization (Morneau Shepell) to offer support in terms of acculturation and counseling. ISSP is free to use, confidential, available 24/7, and counseling is provided in English, Mandarin, Korean, Arabic, Spanish and over 55 other languages. Join the University Physician, Counseling… Read More »

Literacy Colloquy: Dr. Gary Troia

A talk from Dr. Gary Troia, associate professor in the Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Special Education at Michigan State University whose research interests include writing assessment, instruction, and standards; connections between oral language and literacy; and literacy professional development for teachers.