Student Recognition in Diversity Work

I wanted to reach out to one of our graduating Clinical Mental Health Counseling students, Ruthie, who just received an award at this year’s Diversity Banquet so that she could talk about her receipt of the award and some of Continue reading

New Year, "New" Me

People always say, “new year, new you” but I don’t think it’s about becoming a “new me” verses making improvements and setting exciting goals.  The number one news year’s resolution always seems to be, I want to lose weight and Continue reading

Mondragon and Cooperatives

I recently returned from Spain to learn about the Mondragon Corporation. One fun experience was how Basque people practice cooperativism even in their socializing–a pub crawl. Each person puts in 5 euros to an appointed money manager, and the party Continue reading

Multicultural Counseling in Jamaica-Home is where the Heart dwells

It has been extremely difficult for me to begin to write about my experience in Jamaica. Namely because it was a tremendously rich experience filled with wonder, introspection, and questions.  Even as I sit here prepared to divulge all that Continue reading

SOLES Students Fight for Air

Not every weekend has to be spent with your nose in a book pondering the ideal research methods to address that dissertation question. Sometimes it’s important to rejuvenate, take a long walk with good friends, and give back to a Continue reading