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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, COUNSELING CENTER
RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT PRESENTATIONS
The Counseling Center announces the following presentations for its Research and Development Meetings.
All interested faculty, staff, and graduate students are invited.
TIME: 12:00-1:00 p.m., Wednesdays
PLACE: Shoemaker Building, Room 0114
Meetings are scheduled for one hour over a bring-your-own lunch. Presenters are asked to provide time for discussion.
Sharon Kirkland-Gordon, Ph.D.
Director, Counseling Center
September 18 SPEAKER: Andrea Goodwin, Ph.D., Director of Student Conduct
TOPIC: What’s New in Student Conduct
September 25 SPEAKER: Michele Matteo Mackie, Ph.D.
TOPIC: Predictors of Sense of Belonging for Students with Psychological Conditions
October 2 SPEAKER: Richard Q. Shin, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Counseling, Higher Education, and Special Education
TOPIC: Moving Counseling Forward on LGBTQ Issues: Speaking Queerly
October 9 SPEAKER: Karen Bradley, Head of MFA Dance Program; Director of Graduate Studies; Head of Dance Performance and Scholarship
TOPIC: Your Brain on Dance: The Neural Symphony of Expressive Movement
October 16SPEAKER: Jennifer Johnson, Ph.D., Retention Coordinator, Bowie State University
October 23 SPEAKER: Jerri Lynn Dorminy, Ph.D., Retention Coordinator, Gallaudet University
TOPIC: The Experiences of Non-Signing Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students and Their Academic and Social Integration into a Primarily Signing Deaf University Environment
October 30 SPEAKER: Shannon McClain, M.A., UMD Counseling Center Doctoral Intern
TOPIC: Academic Disidentification in African American College Students: An
Exploratory Investigation of the Role of Teacher Trust, Parental
Racial Socialization, and Gender
November 6 SPEAKER: Julie Park, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Counseling, Higher Education, and Special Education
TOPIC: Racial and Socioeconomic Diversity: Challenging the Consolidation of Privilege in Higher Education
November 20 SPEAKER: Donald Milton, M.D., Ph.D., Professor and Director (MIAEH) &
Professor, Epidemiology and Biostatistics, & Affiliate Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics, and the Maryland Pathogen Research Institute
TOPIC: What Do We Know About How You Catch the Flu and How Research
at UMD is Contributing to Our Understanding