Presentation on theme: "Department of Counseling and Human Services. For more than 130 years, the Johns Hopkins University has been a world leader in both teaching and research."— Presentation transcript:
For more than 130 years, the Johns Hopkins University has been a world leader in both teaching and research.
The university receives more federal research and development grants than any other university.
The university has nine schools throughout the Baltimore-Washington area Krieger School of Arts and Sciences Whiting School of Engineering Carey Business School School of Education School of Medicine School of Nursing Peabody Institute Bloomberg School of Public Health School of Advanced International Studies
The School of Education has a long history of providing innovative academic programs and applied research
Quick SOE Facts Began in 1909 as College Courses for Teachers Named the Johns Hopkins School of Education in 2007 Enrollment: Approximately 2,000 Master’s degrees annually awarded: More than 500 Faculty: 54; and 17 joint faculty appointments from other JHU schools
Quick SOE Facts Classes taught at three campuses Baltimore, Columbia, and Rockville Average age: 33 Women: 74% Men 26% Student-Faculty Ratio: 10:1 Living Alumni: Approximately 14,500
Ranked # 6 in Graduate Schools of Education US News and World Report, 2011
The SOE has five departments and two research centers Departments Department of Counseling and Human Services Department of Interdisciplinary Studies Department of Special Education Department of Teacher Preparation Department of Teacher Development and Leadership Research Centers Center for Technology in Education Center for Research Reform in Education
Cheryl Holcomb-McCoy is the Chair of the Department of Counseling and Human Services. The department has five faculty members, 3 staff members, and 15 active faculty associates.
Faculty Accomplishments Active researchers and scholars of counseling Publication of research in prominent counseling journals Books published and book contracts secured Highly sought after for consultation and workshop presentations (regionally, nationally, and internationally) Regular presentations at major counseling conferences Highly cited in refereed counseling journals Actively involved in regional, national, and international counseling organizations Prominent elected board positions in regional and national counseling organizations Demonstrated teaching excellence
Department Mission: Prepare highly qualified professionals who provide leadership in the development of personal, organizational and collective well-being in the fields of clinical community counseling, and school counseling.
The Department offers two degree concentrations: School Counseling Clinical Community Counseling
The department also offers certificates of advanced graduate study and graduate certificate programs.
New!! Full-time School Counseling Fellows Program began in summer of 2010
Student and Alumni Counseling Association (SACA) The Student Counseling Association is one of the most active student groups on campus with more than 125 members.
Re-Activation of Chi Sigma Iota Honor Society Chapter (Lambda Chapter) 50 + members inducted during Spring 2010 Faculty advisor: Dr. Anita Young “Promoting Excellence in the Profession of Counseling”
For 24 years the department has offered a nationally acclaimed Summer Seminars program which attracts counselors, psychologists, social workers, and other human service practitioners nationwide and is taught by leading authorities in the field.
2010 Departmental Accomplishments Completion of CACREP self-study for school counseling program Application deadlines for fall and spring semesters Group admission interviews initiated and conducted Re-activated chapter of Chi Sigma Iota Honor Society
2010 Departmental Accomplishments Full-time cohort of school counseling students (school reform, urban emphasis) Increased on-line course offerings Appraisal and Testing Ethics for Clinical Counselors Research and Evaluation for Counselor Approval of 60-credit clinical community counseling program
2010 Departmental Accomplishments New faculty: Dr. Anita Young (Asst. Professor, school counseling) Ms. Ileana Gonzalez (Instructor, coordinator of Fellows), Dr. Michelle Mentzer (Part-time distance education coordinator) Janet Martinez (School counseling field coordinator)