As of July 1, 2011, the Counseling and Personnel Services Department (CAPS, EDCP) merged with two other departments (Education Leadership, Higher Education and International Education (EDHI) and Special Education (EDSP)) to form the new Department of Counseling, Higher Education, and Special Education.
- Counseling Psychology
- Higher Education
- International Education Policy
- School Counseling
- School Psychology
- Special Education
- Student Affairs
Counseling Psychology - December 1
Higher Education - December 1
International Education - December 1
School Counseling - December 1
School Psychology - December 1
Student Affairs - December 1
Special Education -
Mar 1 - MEd, MA, & AGS
Dec 1 - Ph.D
Feb 1 - MEd, MA, & AGS
Dec 1 - Ph.D
*No Ph.D. applicants accepted for spring
Sep 1 - MEd, MA, & AGS
July 1 - MEd, MA, & AGS
Excellence in Graduate Mentoring Award (Pre-Tenure Faculty): Noah Drezner.
Excellence in Graduate Mentoring Award (Tenured): Mary Ann Hoffman.
Excellence in Faculty Mentoring Award: Bill Strein.
Excellence in Teaching Award (Pre-Tenure Faculty): Jade Wexler.
Task Force on Campus Sexual Assault
Professor Drezner's research on LGBT philanthropy profiled in Nation's leading nonprofit newspaper, The Chronicle of Philanthropy.
Dr. Sylvia Rosenfield, CHSE Professor Emerita, was honored with the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award at its recent conference in Seattle. read more.
Dr. Noah Drezner's new book is now available from Routledge Press, click here for order information.
"...admirably concise yet comprehensive... insightfully synthesize and analyze current research, theory, and practice..."
-- Bruce A. Kimball, Professor of Educational Studies, The Ohio State University
"...a must-read for anyone and everyone desiring to expand their donor base."
--Dwight Burlingame, Director of Academic Programs, School of Philanthropy, Indiana University
Dr. Susan R. Komives was honored with the ACPA College Student Educators International's Lifetime Achievement Award for her service and academic contributions to the college student affairs profession. read more.
Burmese refugee teachers in Malaysia proudly display their teacher training certificates as part of the Fulbright-funded research project conducted by Dr. Colleen O'Neal (in center of photo) with the goal of improving classroom management of refugee students' behavior, attention, and emotions. read more.