The dean of the School of Education at William & Mary, Spencer “Skip” Niles, received the inaugural Thomas Hohenshil National Publication Award at the American Counseling Association (ACA) 2019 Conference & Expo on Saturday, March 30. The award honors an individual who is deemed to have made outstanding contributions to the publishing of counseling-related literature.
High school is a stressful time – and may be particularly difficult for students who have few social supports but need and want to be achieving big goals. Supporting these students is the expanded goal of Project Empower, a partnership between the School of Education and the three high schools within Williamsburg-James City County Public Schools.
A quartet of William & Mary counselor education doctoral students have taken second place in the national American Counseling Association (ACA) 2019 Graduate Student Ethics contest, with an essay addressing the ethical challenges raised in a fictional case study.
The William & Mary School-University Research Network (SURN) is partnering with Middlesex, Poquoson and West Point County Schools on the Virginia is for Learners Innovation Network, collaborating to innovate and transform their schools for the future.
Ryan McGill, assistant professor of school psychology, recently co-authored an article that received the Article of the Year Award from the Journal of School Psychology and the Society for the Study of School Psychology. The article, titled “Cognitive Profile Analysis: History, Issues, and Continued Concerns,” appeared in the November 2018 issue.
Twelve William & Mary Holmes Scholars attended the Holmes Scholars Annual Meeting in Louisville, KY in February as part of the 71st American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) Annual Meeting. The Holmes Program, a branch of AACTE, encourages diversity in education by providing mentorship opportunities to students from high school through doctoral programs who are interested in careers in education.