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On May 5, Ferdinand Arcinue, Counseling and Psychological Services, gave a peer-reviewed poster presentation titled “Strategies for the Group Supervision of Trainees” at the annual Western Psychological Association Convention in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Student Services Division retirements during 2006-07 included

  • Bill Boylan, STARS/SOAR
  • Marie Burks, Career Development Center
  • Ed Claxton, University Student Union
  • Marc Dowlen, Housing and Residential Life
  • Janice Flakes, Disabled Student Services
  • Paul Fornell, Career Development Center
  • Susan Mackay, Housing and Residential Life
  • Phyllis Milani, Career Development Center
  • Alan Nishio, Student Services
  • Maria Perez, Housing and Residential Life;
  • Nan Roberts, Student Services Development
  • Bobbie Rodgers, Educational Opportunity Program.

On January 26, Kirstyn Chun, Counseling and Psychological Services, gave a panel presentation titled “Diverse Voices of Feminism” at the National Multicultural Conference and Summit in Seattle. Also, on April 4, Chun gave a presentation, “Navigating ‘The Chart’: Negotiation of Boundaries in LGBT Communities on Campus” at the 2007 American College Personnel Association/National Association of Student Personnel Administrators joint meeting in Orlando.

In May, Hung Chung, Student Health Services, completed a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the CSULB College of Business Administration.

In February, Counseling and Psychological Services selected three doctoral interns for 2007-08 to complete full-time, 12-month internships in its American Psychological Association internship program, the only accredited psychology training program in the CSU system.

2007-08 Incoming Interns

  • Amy L. Demyan, Ph.D., Ohio University
  • Tabethah Mack, Ph.D., University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • Veronika Voyages, Psy.D., University of Denver.

All three 2006-07 interns accepted postdoctoral fellowships at university counseling centers. Hillary Cisco, Ph.D., accepted a position at CSU Fullerton; Carolyn O’Keefe, Psy.D., will be at Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles; and Veronica Orozco, Ph.D., is going to the University of Michigan.

Dave Edwards, University Student Union, was appointed by the president of the CSU Auxiliary Organization Committee to serve on the AOA Executive Committee until July 1, 2008. The executive committee represents CSU auxiliaries, establishes policies, adopts positions on major decisions and advises the AOA president in all business aspects of the association.

Jeff Klaus, Student Life and Development, completed an Ed.D. in organizational leadership from the University of La Verne. Klaus’ research on ethical decision making won a national study grant from Phi Delta Gamma national graduate honor society in Washington, D.C. Klaus also recently received President George W. Bush’s volunteer service award from the President’s Council on Service and Civic Participation for his work with the Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Orange County.

Keya Allen-Littleton, Sylvana Cicero, Rob Lowery and John Trapper, University Student Union, are serving on the regional planning committee for the fall 2007 conference of the Association of College Unions International.

On March 3, Caitlin Roberts, Student Life and Development, was named Greek Advisor of the Year at the Western Region Greek Association Leadership Conference in San Francisco. Roberts also was named the Association of Fraternity Advisors’ region V director. In this role, she will coordinate professional development activities for fraternity and sorority advisors in 12 western states and British Columbia.

Susan Kohn, Clinical Aide in Student Health Services

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