EDUCATION PROFESSORS JOIN JOURNALS
Two Old Dominion University education professors have been named to editorial posts on elite education journals.
Dr. Dennis Gregory has been appointed Associate Editor of the NASPA (National Association of Student Personnel Administrators ) Journal in Washington, D.C., with numerous responsibilities that include serving as Book Review Editor for the journal. NASPA, student affairs administrators in higher education, is the leading voice for student affairs administration, policy and practice and affirms the commitment of student affairs to educating the whole student and integrating student life and learning. With over 9,400 members at 1,400 campuses, and representing 29 countries, NASPA is the largest professional association for student affairs administrators, faculty and graduate students.
Dr. Garrett McAuliffe has just been appointed to the editorial board for the new journal, Adult Development, which is published by Harvard University.
Dennis Gregory is associate professor of educational leadership and counseling is also the 2005 winner of the CIE Service Award. Gregory has been a strong leader in a wide variety of national, state, and university service activities over the past several years. He has served as Chair of the Research Committee for the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education as well as Chair of the ASJA Professional Journal Development Committee. He is the Coordinator of the Higher Education Graduate Program and serves on several state and regional committees for organizations within the profession.
Garrett McAuliffe is professor of counselor education. McAuliffe's books include: "Classroom Strategies for Constructivist and Developmental Counselor Education" (Bergin and Garvey, 2002); "Preparing Counselors and Therapists: Creating Constructivist and Developmental Program" (2000) and "Teaching Counselors and Therapists: Constructivist and Developmental Course Design" (2001). McAuliffe's co-author is Karen Eriksen of Radford University. Christopher Lovell, graduate program director in the counseling program at Old Dominion, contributed to the first book. McAuliffe and colleague, Dr. Angela Jones of the ODU Counseling Center, worked together with ODU students to create "Counseling Gay and Lesbian Youth: A Multiethnic Demonstration Video," a DVD produced at the university 2005.
This article was posted on: January 5, 2006
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