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New book helps define trans-affirmative counseling practices

August 22, 2016
A new book introduces the concept of "affirmative counseling" with transgender and gender nonconforming clients.

Cris Escalera: 'Education can change your life'

August 1, 2016
The senior exercise and sport science major created a community health fair and works in the Biomechanics Research Lab.

Kinesiology student heads to her second Olympics

July 26, 2016
Sport management major Brittany MacLean leaves for Rio de Janeiro feeling excited and even more confident than she did four years ago.

'Outpace Parkinson's' race is one more link between CHDS, community

July 22, 2016
Faculty and friends in the College's Department of Counseling and Human Development Services are supporting the 5K run/walk to benefit the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's research.

Study: Player-on-player hits cause more serious head impacts

July 21, 2016
In football, player-vs.-player hits will likely cause more severe head impacts than other impacts, according to a new study by a College of Education researcher.

COE alumna selected as an inaugural Mellon Faculty Fellow

July 14, 2016
Alumna and assistant professor Stephanie Jones was selected as a new Mellon Faculty Fellow for applying and including diverse backgrounds and perspectives to learning, scholarship and service.

Associate dean honored for kinesiology leadership

July 13, 2016
Karl Newell, the associate dean for research and professor of kinesiology, will receive the 2016 Distinguished Leadership Award from the American Kinesiology Association.

Daigle elected to editorial review board of flagship counseling journal

July 13, 2016
Jolie Daigle was elected as an editorial review board member of the American Counseling Association's Journal of Counseling and Development.

Apply for Creativity Awards by Aug. 20

July 12, 2016
Time is running out to submit your entry to the 2016 International Torrance Legacy Creativity Awards.

Professor quoted in Atlanta newspaper article

July 5, 2016
Ruth Harman suggests the state increase its dual-language immersion programs to help students.