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July 20, 2016

 

The Daily Brief

Department of Counseling and Student Affairs July 2016 


On July 16, 2016, M.A. Clinical Counseling Alumni and faculty member of the Department of Counseling and Student Affairs presented their IRB approved research, "Moments of Movement in Client Centered Counseling" at the 31st Annual Association for the Development of the Person-Centered Approach conference in Las Vegas, NV. This research examines patterns of verbal and non-verbal interaction observed between expert counselors and clients during video recorded demonstration counseling sessions. Results showed, among other things, how expert counselors match client communication qualities and express implicit understanding of what the client experiences but does not say. L to R- Angela Stone and Kelly Kulp '16, Dr. Jo Cohen, and Jessica Janze '15.  

TODAY'S EVENTS

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TODAY'S WEATHER

(Weather forecasts are provided by KU's Dr. Michael Davis and "Monsoon Mike" Regensburger)

High pressure settles in to the region and provides for fair skies. While we will get ample sunshine, northerly flow will keep temperatures from rising too much. The aforementioned high will be east of our location by tomorrow and that's when the temperatures will soar. Enjoy this day! Next 5 days look hot and humid. High temperature in the mid-80s. Winds northeast at 5 mph.
 

 

THE SESQUICENTENNIAL CELEBRATION

THIS MONTH IN KU HISTORY

(Historical facts have been compiled from the KU Archives and Special Collections of the Rohrbach Library; the archives of the Keystone; Kutztown Patriot, Allentown Leader and Reading Eagle; and Beacon on the Hill by Dr. Lee Graver.)

July 11, 1905:  Nearly 500 delegates of the Pennsylvania Educational Association travel to Kutztown on special rail cars for the purpose of inspecting the Keystone State Normal School.  KSNS is considered one of the best institutions in the nation and is often used as a model school.  
 

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

SYMPATHY FOR THE GREENWOOD FAMILY
It is with deep regret that we inform the campus community of the passing of Jerri Palmer, mother to Dr. Joleen Greenwood, chair of Anthropology/Sociology Department. Messages of condolences can be sent to Dr. Greenwood Old Main 465.
                Lori Dahlquist/ Anthropology/Sociology   


TENURE AND PROMOTION ANNOUNCEMENT
The president is pleased to announce that tenure has been granted to the following faculty members, effective fall semester 2016:

Arthur Garrison, Criminal Justice
Jennifer Jacobson, Political Science and Public Administration
Lauren Levine, Physical Sciences
Patricia Pytleski, English
Michael Radyk, Art Education and Crafts
Christopher Weiler, Elementary Education
Todd Williams, English

The president is pleased to announce the following promotions, effective fall semester 2016:
Assistant Professor to Associate Professor
Colleen Clemens
Cara Cotellese
Arthur Garrison
Lauren Levine
Krista Prock
Michael Radyk
Angelo Rodriguez
Louis Rodriquez
Renard Sacco
Karen Wanamaker
Carol Watson
Todd Williams
Ju Zhou
Nancy Zimmerman

Associate Professor to Professor
Mohammad Adeel
Denise Bosler
Joanne Cohen
Jennifer Forsyth
Helen Hamlet
Andrea Harmer
Jason Lanter
Yun Lu
Margaret Noel
Dale Parson
Frederick Redekop
Bruce Sharkin
Andrew Vogel



 

 

 


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