Nancy Chae's award represents the dedication she has shown toward the training of future counselors, her research in many realms of the counseling field, and her time in and out of the classroom working on faculty-led projects and providing additional supervision to graduate students.
Vice President Robert Skillen, from the University of New Brunswick discussed UNB’s journey in rebranding itself.
School of Education alumni Paul Naanou ’17, M.A.Ed. ’18 and Jay Sandridge ’17, M.A.Ed. ’18 were inspired by the first conference they attended of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) as secondary math education students. Not only did they gain guidance in teaching and educational resources but by the end of the conference, they were also determined to return the next year as first-year teachers, contributing with a presentation of their own.
As a fellow and a student in the clinical mental health and addictions counseling program, Park will have networking and learning opportunities, attend conferences and help serve a diverse clientele.
Noelle St. Germain-Sehr joins W&M from Argosy University where she worked in counselor education. St. Germain-Sehr will serve as an assistant professor and clinical field experience director of the new counseling online programs.
As the fall semester gets underway, the university’s Studio for Teaching & Learning Innovation is taking shape in Swem Library.