HAYS, Kan. – Fort Hays State College’s Jennifer Kitson co-authored an article revealed in Could by the Nationwide Affiliation of College Psychologists, Bethesda, MD.
The article by a number of authors from different universities and Kitson, teacher and interim director of the College of Psychology’s graduate program, options Fort Hays State’s success with its on-line graduate program.
Kitson famous the timing of the article’s publication is fortuitous since on-line training through the COVID-19 pandemic grew to become the mandatory supply for all packages within the nation. FHSU is one among a choose few establishments within the nation that present on-line graduate college psychology packages.
The copy of the Communiqué article titled “Extending the College Partitions: Utilizing Expertise to Put together Future Practitioners” may be accessed each in print kind and on-line to the 25,000 members of the Nationwide Affiliation of College Psychologists, the biggest skilled affiliation of faculty psychologists.
NASP units the requirements for the occupation of faculty psychology, and Kitson – who has three levels in psychology from FHSU – has been a frontrunner within the affiliation for greater than 20 years in varied capacities.
She is at the moment a member of the Nationwide Accreditation Board and beforehand served on NASP Govt Council for 11 years. FHSU continues that management within the group as Leslie Paige, scholarship and sponsored initiatives director within the Graduate College and a two-time graduate of FHSU, at the moment serves because the NASP president.
Kitson was invited in late March to work with a gaggle of ten graduate educators representing college psychology packages, to determine wants and manage on-line assets and helps for college psychology graduate educators to conduct distance on-line training throughout campus closures. On Could 21, FHSU college psychology program school Jennifer Kitson and Angie Howard co-facilitated with 4 school from different universities a session to help graduate educators with counseling ability growth in on-line supply, introduced as a digital coaching and facilitated focus teams, as one of many recorded choices sponsored by NASP “Distance Training for Graduate Educators in College Psychology”. Kitson and Howard highlighted methods and know-how software issues used of their programs. They’re persevering with to plan with the Distance Training for Graduate Educators in College Psychology for added webinars and helps for graduate educators over the summer season, because the demand grows for on-line training in class psychology graduate packages.
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