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Dr. Karen Santos Rogers Chapter Published in “Teaching, Technology, and Teacher Education During the Covid-19 Pandemic: Stories from the Field”

Dr. Karen Santos Rogers, Associate Dean of Education published a chapter titled, “Morning Meetings: A Responsive Model to Increase Teacher Candidates’ Connectedness”. The chapter was published in the book Teaching, Technology, and Teacher Education during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Stories from the Field. This was a double-blind, peer-reviewed submission published by AACE (Association for the Advancement of...

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Counseling Faculty’s Research Initiative on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and Trauma Presents Workshop for the Retreat and Camping Ministries

The Counseling Program’s Research Initiative on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and Trauma presented at a workshop on May, 1st 2021 for the Retreat and Camping Ministries – The West River Center, a ministry of the Baltimore Washington Conference of the United Methodist Church. Dr. Diane Reese, Assistant Professor of Counseling, developed and presented the workshop...

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Dr. Karen Santos Rogers Article Featured in eSchool News

Dr. Karen Santos Rogers, Associate Dean of Education and Associate Professor of Education, article titled, “Silver Linings in K-12 Online Learning” was featured on the front page of eSchool News: Innovations in Educational Transformation on April 5, 2021. eSchool News is consistently ranked in the top 10 of K-12 education blogs. Dr. Rogers’s article is...

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Dr. Karen Santos Rogers Publishes Article in the Journal Research in Learning Technology

Dr. Karen Santos Rogers, Associate Dean of Education and Associate Professor of Education, co-authored an article titled, “Improving student and faculty communication: the impact of texting and electronic feedback on building relationships and the perception of care” published in the journal Research in Learning Technology. The journal Research in Learning Technology is a peer reviewed, open-access journal...

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Dr. Diane Reese Featured in Diverse: Issues in Higher Education Journal

In recognition of School Counseling Week, a featured article on Dr. Diane Reese, a school counselor educator, was  in Diverse: Issues in Higher Education. The article titled, “Preparing the Next Generation of School Counselors” was published on February 4, 2021. Diverse-Issues-in-Higher-Education-diverseeducation.com-Preparing-the-Next-Generation-of-School-Counselors.pdf  

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American School Counselor Association (ASCA) Recognizes Black School Counselors

In honor of Black History Month, The American School Counselor Association (ASCA) celebrated and recognized Black school counselors who have made significant contributions to ASCA and the school counseling profession.  Trinity’s own, Dr. Diane Reese, Assistant Professor of Counseling in the School of Nursing and Health Professions, was recognized among this notable group of Black...

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Dr. Diane Reese Serves as Panelist for “Our Philadelphia” Film Screening

Dr. Diane Reese, Assistant Professor of Counseling at Trinity Washington University, was a guest panelist for the film screening of, “Our Philadelphia“, a documentary short. “Our Philadelphia” was filmed and directed by young people from an all-male school in West Philadelphia, who share their stories of losing friends to neighborhood gun violence and how they...

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Dr. Diane Reese Publishes Article in ASCA School Counselor Online Newsletter

Dr. Diane Reese, Assistant Professor of Education at Trinity Washington University, recently published an article titled, “Use ASCA Position Statements to Develop School Counselor Identity, Leadership and Advocacy Skills” in the ASCA School Counselor online newsletter in January 2020. The article addresses the ongoing issue of defining the identity, role and responsibilities of the school...

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Dr. Monique Green Selected for Harvard Graduate School of Education Women in Education Leadership Program

Dr. Monique Green, Assistant Professor of Education, was one of 64 women selected from around the world to participate in the Harvard Graduate School of Education Women in Education Leadership continuing professional development program from October 5-7, 2019. This program was developed to  help female senior leaders to lead for change, build and lead senior leadership...

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Trinity’s Counseling Professors to Present at ACA 2020 Conference and Expo

The American Counseling Association (ACA) Conference Program Committee selected the proposal submitted by Trinity Washington University’s counseling faculty and members of the research team on the Initiative on Adverse Childhood Experiences. The proposal titled, “Integrative Approach to AACES: Developing Partnerships to Build Resilient Communities” will be presented at the ACA 2020 Conference and Expo in...

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