Kathryn Pennings presented her research on Healing Toxic Masculinity.
Rachel Van Kirk presented her research on Theoretical Orientation and Self-Efficacy in Counseling Adults with Intellectual Disabilities.
Xander Waites presented his research on Toxic Masculinity, Rape Myths, and Male Adult Sexual Assault.
Nikki Piazza presented her research on Modernizing Sex and Drug Education.
Dylan Kolesa presented his research on Discrimination and Victimization of Transgender Women: Implications for Counseling and Research.
Hannah Makant presented her research on Play Therapy in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Sarah Hollows presented her research Toward an Intersectional Liberation Praxis: Collective Possibilities for Healing Through Legacies of Historical Trauma.
The American Academy of Nursing (AAN) inducted its 2018 cohort of Fellows in November. Loyola’s own Dr. Warren Hebert is among the new AAN Fellows. A three-time Loyola alumnus, Dr. Hebert joined the Wolfpack as an Assistant Professor in 2016. Warren teaches nursing on all three levels, including classes in leadership, health policy, health systems innovation, scientific writing, and community-based care. Dr. Hebert has worked in the home health field since 1985.
Claire Kohne (pictured) and Laura Mattingly presented their research on The Use of Community Genograms in Counseling People with Chronic Illness.
Jibri Parker presented her research on Race Related Psychological Distress Among African Americans.