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Career Counseling faculty and graduate students receive recognition

Faculty and graduate students in the Career Counseling program have received recognition on behalf of the National Career Development Association (NCDA) Research Committee. Their article titled, “A Content Analysis of Career Development Theory, Research, and Practice – 2013,” was chosen to receive recognition as one of two outstanding Career Development Quarterly articles for 2014.

Co-authors include James Sampson, Pei-Chun Hou, Julia Kronholz, V. Casey Dozier, Mary-Catherine McClain, Mary Buzzetta, Elizabeth Pawley, Jane Finklea, Gary Peterson, Janet Lenz, Robert Reardon, Debra Osborn, Seth Hayden, Gloria Colvin, and Emily Kennelly. Their work was noted as making a significant contribution to the career development field.

The award will be presented this July at the NCDA Global Conference in Denver.

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