University of Maryland Counseling Center

Spring 2014

The Counseling Center announces the following presentations for its Research and Development Meetings.

All interested faculty, staff, and graduate students are invited.
TIME:Β  12:00-1:00 p.m., Wednesdays
PLACE:Β  Shoemaker Building, Room 0114

Meetings are scheduled for one hour over a bring-your-own lunch.Β  Presenters are asked to provide time for discussion.

Sharon Kirkland-Gordon, Ph.D.
Director, Counseling Center

February 5 SPEAKER Nicholas Sakurai, M.A., M.B.A, Associate Director, LGBT Equity Center
TOPIC LGBT Issues in the Workplace

February 12 SPEAKER Jennifer Golbeck, Ph.D., Associate Professor, College of Information Studies and Computer Science Department; Director of Human - Computer Interaction Lab
  TOPIC Leveraging Social Media Information to Improve Access to Information

February 19   No Presentation - Big 10 Conference

February 26 SPEAKER Carson Smith, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Kinesiology, Director of Exercise for Brain Health Laboratory
  TOPIC Exercise Helps to Lessen Alzheimer’s Effects

March 5 SPEAKER Dominick Scalise, Ph.D., Psychologist, UMD Counseling Center
  TOPIC Early Career Adjustment for Psychologists: Strengths and Struggles

March 12 SPEAKER Lu Tian, M.Ed., Doctoral Intern, UMD Counseling Center
  TOPIC Development and Validation of A Proactive Coping Inventory

March 19   No Presentation - Spring Break

March 26 SPEAKER Marisa M. Moore, M.A., Doctoral Intern, UMD Counseling Center
  TOPIC Differences in Development, Need to Belong, and Perceived Social Support: How Facebook Behavior Contributes to Well-being

April 2   No Presentation - ACPA Convention

April 9 SPEAKER Rada K. Dagher, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Health Services Administration
  TOPIC Time Off Work and Maternal Postpartum Health: Implications for Leave Policies

April 16 SPEAKER Howard Lloyd, M.A., Shannon McClain, M.A., Marisa M. Moore, M.A., Lu Tian, M.Ed., UMD Counseling Center Doctoral Interns
  TOPIC The Impact of Ethnic Identity and Self-Compassion on Acculturative Stress in Asian International Students

April 23 SPEAKER IDEA Committee

April 30 SPEAKER Kenneth Rubin, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Human Development and Quantitative Methodology; Director, Center for Children, Relationships, and Culture
  TOPIC Preference-for-Solitude and Adjustment Difficulties in Early and Late Adolescence