Between teaching classes in the summer, leading study abroad trips, and attending conferences on education and teaching, our faculty have continued their dedication in education and striven to enhance the academic experiences for students within the College of Education. As we begin a new academic year, we would like to reflect on some of our faculty's accomplishments for the Summer of 2017.
On Saturday, August 19, several members of the Feed My Starving Children Committee (FMSC) and the Human Rights Global Brigade (HRGB) for Panama, through the coordination of Dr. Tonya Huber, hosted two booths at the Laredo Farmer's Market, to promote awareness about child stunting and starvation and to provide educational activities for local children to participate in.
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I graduated with a Masters in School Counseling in May 2016 and became the first graduate student to pursue the Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) track. I successfully passed the National Counselor Exam (NCE) and the Texas Jurisprudence in November 2016. I have been offered a postgraduate position as an LPC-Intern in a non-profit organization in the community. This would not have been possible without the mentoring and support of Dr. Dinkel.
Alumna Lourdes Ornelas (right) with her mentor, Dr. Lorraine Dinkel
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