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Dr. Keith Klostermann has been selected as the recipient of the 2020 National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) Foundation Board-Certified TeleMental Health Training Award, based on his outstanding experience and commitment to the counseling and supervision field.
As we celebrate Black History Month, Director of Diversity & Inclusion Kenya Hobbs reflects on the Black pioneers who overcame unthinkable challenges in the fight for civil rights in this country. He outlines their refusal to quit, even in the face of tremendous challenges, as an example we can collaboratively follow to make a positive impact in our communities.
Communication & Sport Communication Program Director Dr. Juli Hinds’ paper entitled “Rebooting Engaged Pedagogy: Strategies for Making Online Classrooms Dynamic, Inclusive and Holistic during the COVID-19 Era and Beyond” has been accepted by the scientific committee of the 2nd World Conference on Teaching and Education after double blind peer review. She will virtually present the paper at the conference on February 19.
Associate Professor Keith Klostermann, Ph.D., LMFT, LMHC, recently co-authored a manuscript entitled “Deliberate Practice Makes Perfect: Improving Therapist Effectiveness,” in collaboration with clinical mental health counseling alumna and clinical psychology doctoral program student Emma Papagni ’17 and local psychologist Theresa Mignone, Ph.D.
Director of Diversity & Inclusion Kenya Hobbs reflects on the latest challenges our nation is facing, and sets out five resolutions that can help us all as we navigate these tumultuous and uncertain times together. “Making the world better begins with making you better,” he says.
Medaille is planning to hold a virtual two-day student success symposium on January 21 and 22. This symposium will provide professional development opportunities for faculty and staff, and it will focus on fostering an understanding of how to best support the College’s students through curricular and co-curricular activities during these unprecedented times.
David Teplin, PsyD, senior adjunct professor in the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program (PsyD), has been appointed to the editorial review board for the Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied.
Internationally recognized behavioral couples therapy expert and Fulbright Specialist Keith Klostermann, Ph.D., LMFT, LMHC, an associate professor in the Department of Social Sciences, Communication & Sport Studies, has been selected to receive the 2021 International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors (IAMFC) Outstanding Practitioner Award.
In addition to sharing the latest alumni and campus success stories, the recent edition of the Medaille magazine addresses matters of diversity, equity and inclusion, amplifying student and staff voices as they challenge the broader College community to find ways to enact change by starting at our own front door.
Director of Diversity & Inclusion Kenya Hobbs reflects on the challenges our nation has faced in 2020, but shares how positivity, hope and togetherness are critical in navigating the path forward.