Students Inducted into Bouchet Graduate Honor Society
Dr. Arredondo to Speak at HACU's 12th Annual Latino Higher Education Leadership nstitute on October 26 in Chicago.
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A few of TCSPP's Bouchet honor students pose at the conference Taylor, attended the conference at Yale University.
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Thirty-three TCSPP doctoral students TCSPP were inducted into the prestigious Edward A. Bouchet Graduate Honor Society. The Bouchet Graduate Honor Society was inaugurated by Yale University and Howard University in 2005, and now exceeds 200 members. Dr. Nealon-Woods was a keynote plenary speaker at the 10th Annual Bouchet Conference on Diversity and Graduate Education held recently at Yale University, which was attended by several of TCSPP's inductees. Our Washington, D.C. Campus President Orlando L. Taylor is a founding member of the Society and received the annual Bouchet Medal for Outstanding Leadership in Graduate Education in 2004. “Our inductees embody the qualities of Dr. Bouchet through their pursuit of academic excellence, community outreach and service,” said Dr. Nealon-Woods. Read more
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Congratulations to the 2013 Study Abroad Scholarship winners!
CAREER FEST 2013 was held from March 22-31, with 26 events and 351 attendees. Career Services worked with Community Partnerships, CSSA, CGSA, APP, Office of Student Affairs, IT, academic departments, the CIA, and organizations across
Chicago Campus Students Outperform National Average on NCSP Exam Students at the Chicago Campus taking the Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP) exam this year passed at a 95.3 percent rate, the highest that they've ever achieved. In addition, they outperformed the national average rate of 85 percent. The NCSP exam is given by the National Association of School Psychologists. Students passing the exam receive a credential that allows them to work as school psychologists in 40 of the 50 states (excluding Illinois). In Illinois, students must take a similar exam offered by the Illinois Board of Education in order to receive a credential to become a school psychologist.
Distinguished Teaching, Research and Scholarship Award Recipients Announced The recipients of the 8th Annual Distinguished Teaching Awards were presented to faculty who have demonstrated outstanding leadership in their fields during the last year. They are:
Dr. Jennifer DeFeo, Award for Excellence in Teaching Dr. Debra Warner, Award for Public Service Teaching Dr. Hector Adames, Award for Multicultural Excellence Dr. Elaine Fletcher-Jansen, Award for Distinguished Research and Scholarship Dr. Sayaka Machizawa, Award for Distinguished International Research and Scholarship
Community Update for The Chicago School of Professional Psychology