Dr. Mark Salisbury, a program director and professor at the University of New Mexico, will become the new dean of the College of Education, Leadership and Counseling at St. Thomas on Aug. 10. Read More >>
David Jamieson, Ph.D, Associate Professor & Department Chair, Organization Learning & Development, was presented with the Organization Development (OD) Network Lifetime Achievement Award on October 22, 2012. The OD Network is the professional association for Organization Development professionals. This award is given each year to recognize pioneers in the field.
According to the OD Network website, the award serves to acknowledge the significant, consistent, and enduring contribution of an individual (or individuals) to the field of organization development (OD); offer an exemplary model of achievement to those both inside and outside the OD community; and honor seasoned OD professionals who have been accessible to all generations of OD practitioners, and committed to maintaining a dynamic connection with the field of OD.
Congratulations to Dr. Jamieson on this achievement! To read more about the OD Network and this award, click through to the OD Network website.
Kate Boyle, Associate Professor and Director of the Leadership in Student Affairs Program in the Department of Leadership, Policy & Administration in the College of Education, Leadership and Counseling has coedited a monograph published by the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) titled “Reflections on the 75th Anniversary of the Student Personnel Point of View,” along with John Wesley Lowery and John A. Mueller from Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Student Affairs and Higher Education faculty.
The monograph contains a reproduction of the original “The Student Personnel Point of View” as it appeared when it was published in 1937, along with a collection of essays authored by scholars in the student affairs profession who reflect on the significance and enduring value of the document.
“The Student Personnel Point of View” was an influential report that emerged from a study group formed by the American Council on Education. The intent was to offer a perspective on the importance of—and provide a focus for—the profession of student affairs as it was developing throughout U.S. colleges and universities in the 1930s.
ACPA is one of the leading professional associations serving more than 8,500 practitioners, graduate preparation faculty members, and graduate students in the student affairs profession. For more information on this monograph, visit ACPA Internal Publications.
Congratulations to faculty member Stephen Brookfield, Ph.D., for winning the 2012 Cyril O. Houle World Award for Literature in Adult Education. The award has been given to his book TEACHING FOR CRITICAL THINKING:TOOLS & TECHNIQUES TO HELP STUDENTS QUESTION THEIR ASSUMPTIONS. It is the sixth time he has won this award (1986, 1989, 1995, 2004, & 2011), and it is the first time anyone has won the award in consecutive years.
He will be presented with the award on November 8th at the AAACE Awards dinner at the annual conference in Las Vegas.
Dr. Tori Svoboda, Associate Dean of Students and Adjunct Faculty at the University of St. Thomas received the Minnesota College Personnel Association (MCPA) Lee Knefelkamp Research Award.
The Lee Knefelkamp Research Award encourages and supports student development and student affairs research done by professionals, practitioners, graduate students, and faculty.
Congratulations Dr. Svoboda!