September 2020 – School of Education & Human Development


September 20, 2020

Black In Mental Health Fields

Welcome to Day 2 of the Black In Mental Video Series! Are you interested in working in the mental health field, but not really sure what your options are?💭Mental Health Counseling, Group Therapy, Non-Profit Organizations, Community Agencies, PhD in Counseling or Clinical Psychology, or Marriage and Family Therapy like myself! Love and romantic relationships became a passion of mine during my junior year of high school. Through my own research and self-exploration […]
September 17, 2020

KinaTrax Donates Advanced Motion Analysis System to Orovitz Laboratories, Bringing AI to Biomechanics Research

Researchers in the School of Education and Human Development (SEHD) will be able to use this contactless motion capture technology for studies in biomechanics…
September 16, 2020

The Counseling Psychologist Resources Relevant to Black Lives Matter, Current Events, and Coronavirus – June, 2020

We are thrilled to report that updated academic journal impact factors were released last week, and The Counseling Psychologist achieved its highest impact factor ever: 2.263 (up from 1.518 last year). 
September 2, 2020

University’s Black Greek fraternities, sororities elevate pride, service, and voices

Black Greek Letter Organizations continue a long tradition of celebrating culture and being advocates for social and racial justice.