- New Micro-Documentary Series Shines Spotlight on Disability in Higher Ed
A new micro-documentary series, called “The Opportunity Project,” created by the Institute for Innovative Transition at the University of Rochester and funded by the B. Thomas Golisano Foundation, shares short video stories of young adults with intellectual disabilities who have benefited from a meaningful college experience.
- Warner Doctoral Candidate Kristin Hocker Honored as a 2015 Presidential Diversity Award Recipient
Kristin Hocker, an organizational development specialist with Human Resources and a doctoral candidate in the higher education program at the Warner School, was honored as a University 2015 Presidential Diversity Award recipient. She was publicly recognized during the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Address on Friday, Jan. 23.
- Professor Lucia French Retires After 32 Years with Warner
Lucia French, Earl B. Taylor Professor, has retired after 32 years as a faculty member in the University of Rochester’s Warner School of Education and Human Development. The Board of Trustees has named her the Earl B. Taylor Professor Emeritus of Education.
- EVENT: University of Rochester to Host Family Information Sessions for East High School
The University of Rochester and East High School invites prospective students and their families to attend an upcoming East High Family Information Session to learn more about the new East High. Family Information Sessions will be held at East High School (1801 E. Main Street) in the Auditorium on Mon., January 26, at 7 p.m., and Thurs., January 29, at 5:30 p.m.
- New Book Presents a "Constructive" Model of Psychotherapy Supervision
A new book, Constructive Clinical Supervision in Counseling and Psychotherapy (Routledge, January 2015), authored by Douglas Guiffrida, associate professor at the Warner School, articulates a novel approach to clinical supervision that integrates constructivist ideas of human growth and change with several diverse theories of psychotherapy.