Senior faculty members recognized by professional organizations
Drs. Sherlon Pack-Brown and Carney Strange, College of Education and Human Development, have been honored by their respective professional organizations, the American Counseling Association (ACA) and the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA).
Pack-Brown, of the Guidance and Counseling Program in the School of Intervention Services, was named a Fellow by the ACA.
Fellow status is awarded to ACA members for significant and unique contributions in professional practice, scientific achievement and governance, or teaching and training. Pack-Brown was recognized for her many contributions and her impact on multicultural awareness in the field of counseling.
Strange, of the Division of Higher Education and Student Affairs in the School of Leadership and Policy Studies, was recognized by NASPA as a "Pillar of the Profession." The recognition is given to distinguished members and individuals who have made a significant contribution to the student affairs profession.
In addition to his many years of service in student affairs, numerous awards and honors and more than 50 publications, Strange is noted for remaining connected in meaningful ways with his students as they move through their lives and professional careers.
The ACA is the world's largest private, not-for-profit organization for professional counselors, while NASPA is the largest professional organization for student affairs administrators, faculty and graduate students.
May 15, 2006