David Geurin, SOE Adjunct, Named Digital Principal of 2017

A Regent University adjunct professor is receiving national recognition for enabling technology to be a powerful force in his high school. The National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) has named Dr. David Guerin, adjunct professor in the School of Education (SOE) and principal of Bolivar High School in Bolivar, Missouri, a 2017 Digital Principal of …

Virginia State Reading Association Names School of Education Graduate 2017 Reading Teacher of the Year

First-grade teacher Heather Waild ’16 (School of Education) loves reading. Students enjoy the camping adventure theme in her classroom at Portlock Elementary School in Chesapeake, where she encourages them to ‘camp out with a good book’ under a tent. Her students read aloud for every subject she teaches, create their own books, and choose books …

Association of Black Psychologists Student Circle Tackles Tough Issues Through Open Dialogue

Raising African American youth in a colorblind era generated thoughtful discussion during Regent University’s chapter of the Association of Black Psychologists Student Circle (ABPSC) annual Black America event Friday, February 24. “The African American community is very communal,” said Dr. Cassandra Page, assistant professor in the School of Psychology & Counseling (SPC). “We have what …

First Round 100% Match Sends Psy.D. Students to APA Sites

Regent University’s Psychology Doctoral (Psy. D.) students looking to land an internship at an American Psychological Association (APA) site received good news Friday, February 17. The Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers’ (APPIC) Internship Matching Program released its first round of placements, during which all 16 Regent students were assigned to either their first …

Dr. Daryl Green Uses His Doctorate of Strategic Leadership to Inspire Students as an Endowed Professor

Before he turned 30, Dr. Daryl Green ’09 (School of Business & Leadership) had managed more than 400 projects involving $100 million with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). His love of engineering changed into a love for business, and Green became a professor, earning a Doctorate of Strategic Leadership (DSL) at Regent University. Last …

CACREP Selects Dr. Jacqueline Smith to Serve on Accrediting Board

Regent University’s School of Psychology & Counseling (SPC) is celebrating a significant honor for its counseling department chair, Dr. Jacqueline Smith. The accrediting body for counseling, CACREP, invited Smith to serve as a member of its Board of Directors for a five-year term. The move made by the highly selective organization means Regent’s SPC now …

Honors Program Students Discuss Faith and Public Service with Attorney General John Ashcroft

Students in Regent University’s undergraduate Honors Program participate in special activities to enhance their learning experience. Tuesday, February 7, they had the privilege of spending time with former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft, who has served as a distinguished professor of law and government at Regent for over a dozen years. Ashcroft spoke about the …

 

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