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Graduate News & Events

Graduate news

    Mar 16, 2023 | An article in the Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision by Dr. Chad Luke, associate professor of counselor education, and colleagues examines the use of experiential learning groups to teach a career counseling course that students historically struggle to engage in.

    Mar 16, 2023 | Dr. Nate Smith, assistant professor of counselor education, gave a presentation titled "Watching Them Walk the Tightrope: Anti-LGBTQIA Youth Legislation Counseling Supervision & Ethics" at the 2023 Texas Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Midwinter Conference in Georgetown, Texas.

    Mar 16, 2023 | Dr. Susan Branco, assistant professor of counselor education, was invited to present both virtually and in person to psychology doctoral students at Konrad Lorenz University, Bogotá, Colombia, South America, through the Association of Multicultural Counseling and Development, a division of the American Counseling Association.

    Feb 24, 2023 | Dr. Tyrone Bynoe, associate professor of education and director of educational leadership (advanced school supervisory preparation), has had a proposal accepted to author a chapter in an emerging book titled "Wellness Through Mentoring Within a Continuum of School Leadership Preparation." (In Kutsyuruba, B. & Kochan, F., Eds.. Mentoring for Wellbeing in Schools, Information Age Publishing.)

    Dec 16, 2022 | St. Bonaventure University’s first cohort of occupational therapy students were recognized during a Pinning Ceremony Thursday, Dec. 15, as they prepare for their final steps in the program.

    Dec 09, 2022 | Meagan Alberts, MPA-S, PA-C, clinical assistant professor of physician assistant studies, recently presented at the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Society of Physician Assistants, held in Pittsburgh.

    Dec 09, 2022 | Tammy Rae Matthews, assistant professor in the online sports journalism and digital journalism master's degree programs, contributed a chapter in a book published in June.

    Dec 09, 2022 | Heather Harris, assistant professor and director of the master's program in communication, was selected by the toy company PlayMonster to illustrate a series of six books for children ages 1-5 launching this Christmas.

    Dec 09, 2022 | Dr. Margaret Hindman, assistant professor of counselor education, and colleagues will make a one-hour presentation this month at the virtual portion of the 2022 Association for Creativity in Counseling Conference.

    Dec 09, 2022 | Dr. Nate Smith, assistant professor of counselor education, presented a webinar titled "I'm here, I'm Queer, but I'm not used to it: Internalized Homophobia & Relational Cultural Theory" for the Society for Affectional, Intersex, and Gender Expansive Identities (SAIGE), a division of the American Counseling Association.

Graduate events

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  • Attend our in-person MS in Sport Administration info session

    Learn about our Master of Science in Sport Administration program in this in-person information session in Room 101 of Swan Business Center on campus.



  • Attend a Master of Public Health info session. First session, in-person:

    Learn more about our Master of Public Health program by attending a live or virtual information session.

    • In-person session: 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 29, Room 102 of Francis Hall; lunch provided. REGISTER NOW
    • Virtual session: 5 p.m. Wednesday, April 19; Zoom instructions will be sent to registrants. REGISTER NOW


  • Attend an Occupational Therapy info session. Next session:

    Learn more about our Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (MSOT) program in a virtual or in-person information session. Two sessions are available:


  • Attend a Master's Entry to Practice (MSEP) nursing info session. Next session:

    Three virtual information sessions are available to learn more about our Master's Entry to Practice nursing program:

    Zoom instructions will be sent to virtual program registrants.