Out of a class of 20 second-year students, 12 had poster presentations accepted in the NC Rehabilitation Association Annual Conference in Greenville, NC.
Eden Garner, a second-year Rehabilitation Counseling and Psychology student, was awarded the opportunity to attend the N.C. Foundation for Alcohol and Drug Studies’ Annual Summer School in July 2014.
In the 2013-14 calendar year, the Division of Rehabilitation Counseling and Psychology expanded student clinical opportunities to 50 practicum and internship sites throughout the Triangle and Triad area of North Carolina.
It is truly an honor to join the UNC Division of Rehabilitation Counseling and Psychology as an assistant professor.
Dr. Enikő Rák, Assistant Professor in the Division of Rehabilitation Counseling and Psychology, recently completed the Comprehensive Statewide Needs Assessment for the North Carolina Division of Services for the Blind (NCDSB).
The Division of Rehabilitation Counseling and Psychology celebrated its scholarship donors and recipients at the annual Department of Allied Health Sciences (DAHS) Scholarships and Awards Brunch on November 9, 2013, in Chapel Hill.
Happy Summer! I am excited to share our latest news with all of you. We have had a really busy year.
Rehabilitation Counseling and Psychology student Katie Aiello submitted the winning suggestion to name The Graduate School’s new publication, The Carolina Chronicle.
Klinger Receives Grant to Study Interventions for Improving Employment Skills of Adolescents with ASD
Dr. Mark R. Klinger, Associate Professor, has received a two-year, $120,000 grant from Autism Speaks to research ways to better prepare adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) for productive, long-term employment.
William L. Roper, MD, MPH, Dean of the UNC School of Medicine, has appointed Stephen R. Hooper, PhD, Chair of the Department of Allied Health Sciences (DAHS) and Associate Dean for Allied Health Sciences.
Arianna Timko, a master’s degree candidate in the UNC Division of Rehabilitation Counseling and Psychology, recently won the University Diversity Award in the graduate/professional student category.
The Division of Rehabilitation Counseling and Psychology celebrated the generosity of its scholarship donors and the accomplishments of its scholarship recipients at the annual Department of Allied Health Sciences Scholarships and Awards Brunch on November 3.
About 65 RCP alumni, current students, and faculty members came together to exchange information and ideas at a reception held September 27, 2012, in Bondurant Hall.
Eileen Burker, PhD, has been named Director of the Division of Rehabilitation Counseling and Psychology at UNC Chapel Hill. Lee McLean, Chair of the Department of Allied Health Sciences and Associate Dean of the UNC School of Medicine, announced Burker’s appointment in July. Burker had previously served as Division Director in the late 1990s.
Dr. Mark Fleming (’98) sponsored a lunch and learn session for current RCP students on November 12 at UNC.
Monty Honeycutt (’99) made a generous donation to purchase a chair for the RCP Client Observation Room in Bondurant Hall in honor of the late Mary Coble, a former coworker who helped Honeycutt navigate the early years of his career.
Several students and faculty members from the UNC Chapel Hill Division of Rehabilitation Counseling and Psychology shared their research at the 2011 North Carolina Rehabilitation Association (NCRA) Conference October 26-28 in Wrightsville Beach, N.C., and the National Council on Rehabilitation Education (NCRE) Conference in Arlington, Va., October 31-November 1.