Associate professors of counseling, Patrick Mullen and Daniel Gutierrez, along with a team of School of Education graduate students, are serving as external evaluators for a new class-based drug intervention program called GPS for Success.
Natoya Haskins, associate professor of counselor education and director of diversity and inclusion for the School of Education, has focused much of her research on the lived experiences of Black women within counseling, as well as strategies to support the advancement of students and professionals in the field. This fall, she launched Metamorphosis, a national affinity group for Black women pursuing graduate degrees in counseling.
With local schools closed for much of the fall semester due to the pandemic, W&M students have been serving as Virtual Learning Partners to K-5 students in Williamsburg-James City County Schools.
Two master’s students and one doctoral student from W&M are serving minority communities through their work in the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) Minority Fellowship program.
The following books were authored or edited by William & Mary School of Education faculty members and published in 2020.
The State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) has selected Pamela Eddy, professor of higher education at William & Mary, as one of 12 faculty members from across the Commonwealth of Virginia to win the 2021 Outstanding Faculty Award.