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Counseling and Human Services Department Honored with National Award

The Counseling and Human Services Department of the Syracuse University School of Education was recently selected as the recipient of one of two 2013 National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) Professional Identity Awards. This national award of $5,000 honors the Counseling and Human Services Department faculty’s excellence in preparing qualified counselors and commitment to promoting...
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U.S. News Ranks School of Education in the Top 50 of Best Education Schools

U.S. News & World Report has ranked the School of Education No. 45 among the best education graduate schools for 2015. This is the second consecutive year the School of Education has been ranked in the top 50. “I’m pleased that the School of Education has remained ranked in the top 50 schools of education...
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Michelle Rath receives Fulbright Distinguished Award in Teaching scholarship

Michelle Rath, ’94, Ph.D., Rehabilition Counseling,recently returned from a semester in Israel on a Fulbright Distinguished Award in Teaching scholarship (January-June 2013).  Michelle was housed at Tel Aviv University and the focus of her research was school counseling and school crisis management in high schools in Israel. She was one of 20 Americans chosen to be...
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Open House to Showcase School of Education Graduate Programs, Scholarships

The School of Education will host a graduate recruitment fair and open house on Friday, Nov. 15, from 4-6 p.m. in the Sharon Haines Jacquet Education Commons in Huntington Hall. Current Syracuse University undergraduate and graduate students, prospective students in the region and professionals interested in pursuing advanced degrees are invited to attend. University Avenue Garage parking...
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New SOE Faculty and Administration for 2013-2014

The School of Education will welcome six new members to the faculty and administration in the 2013-2014 academic year. New Faculty and Administration Heather Allison Waters is the new Assistant Dean for Advancement and Alumni Relations. She most recently served as a senior development manager at London Business School and has held other campaign fundraising...
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Professor Melissa Luke awarded grant to research counseling methods in Mexico City and Malawi

The National Board for Certified Counselors-International (NBCC-I) awarded Melissa Luke, associate professor and coordinator of the School Counseling program in the Counseling and Human Services Department in the School of Education, with a research grant to study the NBCC-I Mental Health Facilitator program in Mexico City, Mexico, and Malawi this past Spring 2013. Luke designed...
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World Premiere of ‘Crooked Arrows’ to Take Place in Syracuse May 9

The red carpet will go down on Montgomery Street on Wednesday, May 9, as Syracuse prepares for the world premiere of “Crooked Arrows,” the first mainstream film featuring the sport of lacrosse. Neal Powless G’08, a School Counseling alum from the School of Education , former All American lacrosse player, Onondaga Nation citizen and staff...
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