Dr. Vanessa Allen, who in 2013 earned a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership from Argosy University, Chicago is one of eight individuals nominated by the Gary Frontiers Service Club as a “Dr. Martin Luther King Marcher.” The club annually recognizes individuals who have shown a personal commitment and dedication to serving others. These eight will now also be considered for the club’s distinguished “Drum Major” award, to be presented at the group’s annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Breakfast. The Gary Frontiers Service Club is a public service group based in Gary, Indiana.
Allen, who serves as president and CEO of the Urban League of Northwest Indiana, has worked as an administrator at Purdue University Calumet, South Suburban College, and the Gary Community School Corporation.
To read more about the award, please visit: http://chicagocrusader.com/drum-major-award/.
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Dr. Tony Rousmaniere, who in 2008 earned a Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology from American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University | San Francisco Bay Area, recently published Deliberate Practice for Psychotherapists: A Guide to Improving Clinical Effectiveness. The book explores how psychotherapists can use deliberate practice to improve their clinical effectiveness. A summary of the work says that “by sourcing through decades of research on how experts in diverse fields achieve skill mastery, the author proposes it is possible for any therapist to dramatically improve their effectiveness. However, achieving expertise isn’t easy. To improve, therapists must focus on clinical challenges and reconsider century-old methods of clinical training from the ground up.”
Dr. Rousmaniere’s book presents a step-by-step program to improve clinical effectiveness across the therapists’ entire career.
Dr. Rousmaniere is a member of the clinical faculty at the University of Washington, Seattle where he also maintains a private practice. He provides clinical supervision for advanced post-graduate psychotherapists internationally (United States, Australia, Asia, England, and Europe) and serves on committees for the Society for Advancement of Psychotherapy (American Psychological Association Division 29) and the International Experiential Dynamic Therapy Association.
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ORANGE, CALIF. (Jan. 12, 2017) – Military Advanced Education & Transition (MAE&T) has awarded Argosy University, with 28 campus locations in 13 states and online with the designation of a Top School in its 2017 Guide to Colleges & Universities, measuring best practices in military and veteran education.
Now in its tenth year of publishing the Guide, MAE&T evaluated institutions on their military culture, financial aid, flexibility, general support, on-campus support and online support services.
“MAE&T’s Guide to Colleges and Universities provides the foundational information a prospective student would use in framing his or her educational needs,” said Kelly Fodel, Military Advanced Education & Transition’s editor-in-chief.
Students have access to the survey questions and answers provided by the schools, as well as explanations about critical issues like activation and deployment policies, withdrawal policies, scholarship and financial aid information and important support information.
“There are many different variables by which you could evaluate an institution, but we focus on the best practices that have been asserted by various higher education groups and reinforced by veteran groups. These best practices assure students that they have a high chance of success and support at their school of choice,” said Fodel. “That’s why we consider our survey to be the most detailed and informative in the industry.”
Visit www.mae-kmi.com for online access to MAE&T’s 2017 Guide to Colleges and Universities, or pick up a copy of the December issue of Military Advanced Education & Transition.
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About Military Advanced Education & Transition
Military Advanced Education & Transition (www.mae-kmi.com) is the journal of higher education for servicemembers and veterans making the transition from military to the civilian sector.
Covering issues and hot topics in higher education, career trends, transition assistance, innovative programs, and schools of special interest to the military, MAE&T focuses on news and resources that will empower a military student to pursue a quality education and rewarding career. MAE&T serves education services officers (ESOs) and transition officers (TOs) at every U.S. military installation, along with the servicemembers they counsel. Published 10 times yearly, MAE&T’s editorial coverage includes exclusive interviews with military executive leadership, educators, and members of Congress; best practices; career and transition spotlights, servicemember, school, and program profiles, and periodic special reports.
In October 2016, 18 students, faculty, and staff members from Argosy University, Hawaii walked in the 22nd Annual Men’s March Against Violence. The walk started at the state capitol and ended at Honolulu Hale, with a motivational rally designed to raise awareness for the pervasive issue of domestic violence in Hawaii and beyond. More than 1,000 people participated in the event.
The Men’s March Against Violence is an annual event that takes a stand against domestic violence, and features a short march and rally in support of non-violence. While men are asked to march, the community at-large is urged to support and attend the rally, which immediately follows the march and features motivational speakers.