Sherman named top advisor October 20, 2014 Dr. Nancy Sherman was named the 2014 Outstanding Chapter Faculty Advisor by counseling honor society Chi Sigma Iota.
Year-end awards announced June 3, 2014 Bradley’s College of Education and Health Sciences celebrated the year’s academic successes at the annual academic achievement ceremony in April.
Mitchell named BUBAA Distinguished Young Alumni June 2, 2014 Myskeshia Mitchell ’01 MA ’10, creator of innovative educational programs in Cook County School District 130, received the 2014 Distinguished Young Alumni honor from the Bradley University Black Alumni Alliance.
Alumni Event Addresses Teen Issues March 11, 2014 Carl Cannon, founder of Peoria-based E.L.I.T.E. youth outreach program, showcased his organization’s work with at-risk youth during the Leadership in Education, Human Services and Counseling’s alumni celebration at Bradley March 8.
Westlake Hall dedicated October 12, 2012 The University formally dedicates the newly renovated and redesigned Westlake Hall, home to the College of Education and Health Sciences.
Bradley hosts workshop on the DSM-5 October 1, 2012 Dr. Lori Russell-Chapin leads a discussion on the fifth edition of psychiatry’s diagnostic manual, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for Mental Disorders.
Bradley welcomes Dr. Chris Lucas October 1, 2010 As an instructor and coordinator for the masters program in human services administration and an advisor and instructor of leadership studies, Lucas has wasted no time diving into work.
Dr. Russell-Chapin on sabbatical October 1, 2010 Dr. Russell-Chapin is currently a co-director for the newly created Center for Collaborative Brain Research (CCBR), a partnership among OSF Saint Francis Medical Center and the Illinois Neurological Institute
Move to Campustown proves successful September 30, 2010 Communication students used to think they had it rough, having to haul their backpacks and computers all the way to the Caterpillar Global Communications Center.
McConoughey joins ELH faculty June 8, 2010 Dr. Gina McConoughey joins the Department of Educational Leadership and Human Development as an interim assistant professor.
Rybak teaches in Nepal as Fulbright scholar June 8, 2010 Currently on sabbatical in Nepal, Educational Leadership and Human Development Department Chair Dr. Christopher Rybak provides an update of his work as a Fulbright scholar in that country.
Professional School Counseling degree program June 8, 2010 The Department of Educational Leadership and Human Development is changing the professional school counseling program from 51 hours to 60 hours to parallel clinical mental health requirements of the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP).
Counseling program changes; new certificate begins June 8, 2010 This fall, the department welcomed its first group of students who will earn their master’s degrees in clinical mental health counseling (CMHC). The 60-credit CMHC essentially replaces the 51-credit community agency program.
18th Annual ELH Alumni Event honors three alumni June 8, 2010 Three alumni were honored at the event with Alumni Recognition Awards in community service, Mark Roberts; innovative professional practices, Julie Witkowski; and scholarship, Dr. Carrie Alexander-Albritton.
Many attend new Westlake Hall groundbreaking event June 8, 2010 A rainy day couldn’t dampen the excitement of those who attended the Westlake Hall Expansion and Renovation Groundbreaking Ceremony, which took place inside the Markin Family Student Recreation Center on October 22, 2009.
Greetings from the interim chair June 8, 2010 Welcome to the Educational Leadership and Human Development Department’s first online alumni newsletter! We are excited to have the opportunity to switch from paper, both to join in Bradley’s green efforts as well as offer more news and information about department activities.