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Dr. Jill C. Dustin

Associate Professor

Counseling and Human Services

 
 

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Phone (757) 683-4722
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E-mail jdustin@odu.edu 
Office Location 165-4 Education Building

Mailing Address

Old Dominion University
Department of Counseling and Human Services
Education Building 110
Norfolk, VA 23529-0157
As of: February 4, 2012

 


SPRING 2012 OFFICE HOURS
Tuesdays  10:00am-1:00pm
Thursdays  10:00am-1:00pm

Jill C. Dustin, Ed.D. earned her doctorate degree in Counselor Education and Supervision from the University of Cincinnati and received the College Outstanding Student Award. She received her master's degree in Community Counseling from the University of Cincinnati and her bachelor's degree in Mental Health/Human Services from Northern Kentucky University where she graduated Summa Cum Laude.

Prior to beginning her position as Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership and Counseling at ODU in August 1998, she worked as Assistant Director of the Career Development Center at the University of Cincinnati. In that capacity she coordinated and managed the Women in the World of Work series; designed and managed the Career Navigator Series, a comprehensive 5-stage program designed to assist students with their career decision-making skills; co-coordinated the annual Bearcat Trackers Careerfest; served as co-editor of the ALERT and Placement Manual publications; and supervised graduate-level counseling interns.    

Dr. Dustin served as Adjunct Professor for the University of Cincinnati’s College of Business Administration, College of Evening and Continuing Education, and the College of Education. In addition, she served as Adjunct Professor for the Union Institute in Cincinnati, Ohio.       

She was a National Board Member for U.C.’s College of Education's Alumni Association and member of the Midwest Association of Colleges and Employers and the National Academic Advisors Association. She served as Co-Chair of a National Issues Diversity Forum and Internet Dialogue, mentor for U.C.’s Athletic Association, hostess for the International Friendship Program, and assessor for the Cincinnatus Scholarship Competition. In 1997 she was awarded U.C.’s College Outstanding Student Award in the Counseling Program and was the recipient of the National Association of Colleges and Employers Management Leadership Institute Scholarship.

At ODU, Dr. Dustin served as Program Coordinator for the Human Services program from 2005-2009. She teaches undergraduate courses in Career Development and Appraisal (focuses on career development throughout the life span with emphasis on vocational theories, interventions, assessments, and socio-economic factors); Diversity Issues in Human Services (explores the influence of race, ethnicity, religion, gender, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, etc., on individuals' functioning, concerns, and the helping process); and Interpersonal Skills (examines concepts and theories of interpersonal relationships including the development of skills necessary for effective communication). Dr. Dustin has also taught graduate courses in Foundations of Career Development (explores principles and theories of career development, occupational and educational information, employment trends, and concepts and principles for effective work in educational and career planning and development); and Social and Cultural Issues in Counseling (engages helping professionals in cultural self-awareness and the search for solutions to disparities in society through counseling work).

Since 1999, Dr. Dustin has been the recipient of the following honors and awards:

  • President's Award, Awarded to Journal of Human Services Editors and Associate Editors by the National Organization for Human Services: 2010
  • Shining Star Award for Outstanding Teaching: Fall 2009, Spring 2009, Fall 2009, Spring 2010
  • Southern Organization for Human Services, Membership Conference Scholarhip Award: 2008
  • Southern Organization for Human Services, Courage Award: 2008
  • Most Inspiring Faculty Member, College of Education, Old Dominion University: December 2007
  • Most Inspiring Faculty Member, College of Education, Old Dominion University: May 2007
  • Southern Organization for Human Services, Membership Conference Scholarhip Award: 2007
  • Southern Organization for Human Services, Courage Award: 2007
  • Nominated for the 2007 Outstanding Women of Northern Kentucky Award: 2007
  • Nominated for 2006 TIAA-CREF Virginia Outstanding Faculty Award, a SCHEV-Sponsored Program
  • TELETECHNET Teacher of the Year, Old Dominion University 2005-2006
  • Awarded the National Organization of Human Services Miriam Clubok Award for Outstanding Leadership and Support of NOHS: 2005 
  • Awarded the University of Cincinnati's Outstanding Counseling Graduate of the 1990s: 2005                  
  • Awarded University Professor: 2005-2006
  • Nominated for Student Services Advisor of the Year: 2005
  • Elected Member of The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi: 2004
  • Nominated for Student Services Advisor of the Year: 2004 
  • Old Dominion University, Office of Student Activities and Leadership, Faculty of the Month: 2004
  • Top 10% of TELETECHNET Teachers Recognition: 2004
  • Nominated for the AAUW Recognition Award for Emerging Scholars: 2004
  • Nominated for 2003 TIAA-CREF Virginia Outstanding Awards Program, a 2004 SCHEV-Sponsored Program, Rising Star Category: 2003
  • Finalist for TELETECHNET Teacher of the Year Award: 2002
  • Top 10% of TELETECHNET Teachers Recognition : 2001
  • Most Inspiring Faculty Member, College of Education, Old Dominion University: 2000
  • TELETECHNET Teacher of the Year, Old Dominion University: 1998-1999
  • Who's Who Outstanding Faculty of the Year, Old Dominion University, Office of Student Activities and Leadership: 1999
  • Nominated for 1999 Instructional Faculty Award, Old Dominion University: 1999

In August 2000 she traveled to Japan on a faculty exchange program where she taught at Kitakyushu University. During summers 2001 through 2005, she traveled to Ireland and Northern Ireland and served as the leader of the study abroad program accompanied by undergraduate and graduate ODU students. Some of her past and present service activities include:

  • Committee Member, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges Quality Enhancement Plan, Old Dominion University
  • Lead Editor of the Human Service Education journal
  • Associate Editor of the Human Service Education journal
  • Board Member, National Organization for Human Services
  • Faculty Advisor, Human Services Association, Old Dominion University 
  • Virginia State Representative, Southern Organization for Human Services 
  • Conference Presentation Proposal Chair, 2008 Southern Organization for Human Services 
  • Conference Presentation Proposal Chair, 2007 Southern Organization for Human Services 
  • Advisory Board, Tidewater Community College 
  • Steering Committee, Diversity Institute, Old Dominion University 
  • Secretary, Faculty Governance, Darden College of Education, Old Dominion University 
  • Faculty Senator, Darden College of Education, Old Dominion University 
  • Chair of the Faculty Senate Student Services Committee, Old Dominion University 
  • Member of the Committee on the Evaluation of Teaching, Old Dominion University 
  • Grader, Exit Exam of Writing Proficiency, Old Dominion University
  • Steering Committee Member and Module Presenter for the Women's Institute for Leadership Development, Old Dominion University 
  • Member, Instructional Technology Committee, Old Dominion University
  • Board member for the YWCA of South Hampton Roads
  • Editorial Board, Human Service Education
  • Ad Hoc Reviewer, Career Development Quarterly
  • Conference Coordinator, 2005 Southern Organization for Human Service Education Annual Conference

Dr. Dustin is a member of the National Organization for Human Services, the Southern Organization for Human Services, and the International Relations Interest Network, to name a few. She has presented at over 20 national and regional conferences.

A sampling of her publications include:

  • Long-term residential services: The case of a toxic agency
  • At a loss: Helping to let go
  • Transition assistance to the newly immigrated: The role of the human service practitioner
  • Who or whom: A program innovation to improve the writing skills of human service students (with Craigen and Milliken)
  • Investigating the internship experiences of human service students (with Craigen)
  • The evolution of community colleges
  • Should I stay (home) or should I go (back to work)?: The influences for mother's decision-making process about reentry into the workforce (with Ericksen)
  • The impact of intercultural and global competency opportunities (with O'Connell)
  • Assessing the needs of human services adjunct faculty: Uncovering strategies for retaining quality instructors (with Milliken)
  • Confirming the eating disorders NOS diagnostic model with college women (with Schwitzer, Hatfield, Jones, Duggan, and Wininger)
  • Career interventions and techniques: A complete guide for human service professionals (with Duggan) 
  • Targeting low career confidence using the career planning confidence scale (with McAuliffe, Pickering, Calliotte, Macera, and Zerwas)
  • Career counseling in women's groups: A relational approach (with Duggan) 
  • The impact of grades and class size on student ratings of instruction (with Nunnery)
  • Examining attitudes toward college students with minority sexual orientations: Findings and implications (with Schwitzer and Middleton)
  • Short-term study abroad to Ireland and Northern Ireland: An option for human service diversity education
  • Short-term study abroad experience in Ireland: An exercise in cross-cultural counseling (with McAuliffe)
  • Becoming a helper, 4th edition: A book review
  • Women’s Institute for Leadership Development: A W.I.L.D. venture (with Dodd)
  • Ideas and tools for brief counseling: A book review
  • A work sample approach to hiring student personnel administrators for distance education programs (with Schwitzer and Horton-Parker)
  • The Career Navigator sails
  • Designing, implementing, and evaluating a service-learning component in human service education (with Schwitzer)
  • Ideas and tools for brief counseling: A book review
  • The undecided student: effects of combining levels of treatment parameters on career certainty, career indecision, and client satisfaction
  • Career development and the human services student
  • The Career Navigator Series: A model project sails
  • Strengthening the public educational system for the 21st century: Forming partnerships among human service professionals, school systems, and the community (with Middleton)
  • two chapters (Career development; Social and cultural foundations) in an NCE/LPC exam home study guide.

Last update February 4, 2012


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