Congratulations to Danna Harvey, University of Kansas, for being named the 2012-2013 SAS Program Representative of the Year!
In recognition of their dedication to SAS, Jasmin will receive a $100 Amazon.com gift certificate, and Danna will receive a $75 gift certificate. Thank you both so much for all your hard work!!
Thank You University at Albany/SUNY for all of your hardwork and dedication over the past 3 years!
This is quite an exciting time for Cleveland State University, as we are pleased to assume our role as the new host institution for SAS! We feel honored to serve the Society of Counseling Psychology (SCP), to stand beside some of the most distinguished leaders in our field, and, most importantly, to serve our peers. As we take on this role, we would like to pay homage to all of the hard work of the entire SAS executive board during Albany’s term, especially that of the past Co-chairs, Melanie Lantz and Heidi Hutman. We are humbled to represent SAS for the next three years, which will give us the opportunity to work alongside some of the most intelligent, hardworking, and dedicated students in our field. As such, we are thrilled to introduce ourselves and to briefly describe our goals and objectives that we will work toward during out three-year term. Furthermore, Cleveland State University aspires to promote the central values of SCP through the following four pillars that will guide our actions over the next three years:
1) Multicultural Competence
2) Research and Scholarship
3) Ethical Practice and Professional Development
4) Advocacy and Community Action
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