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Trish Hatch (third from right) and Laura Owen (fifth from right) participate in a school counseling and college advising event, held at Harvard University.
Answering the “Miracle Question”
Professor Trish Hatch worked with the Obama administration to shine a national spotlight on the role school counselors have in student success.
The rehab counseling program at graduation
Program Empowers Advocates
SDSU's Rehabilitation Counseling program teaches students to make a difference in the lives of disabled people.
A woman working in a lab
Research Spotlight
SDSU provides an environment that fosters research and scholarship across all disciplines.
No smoking sign
SDSU Goes Smoke Free
An announcement was made today informing the SDSU community that SDSU will be smoke-and tobacco-free as of Jan. 1.
Jeremy Barr working in the lab.
Research Spotlight
SDSU provides an environment that fosters research and scholarship across all disciplines.
woman counsels another woman
Counseling for Students Affected by Tragedy
Following Friday's tragedy in Newtown, Conn., the staff of SDSU's Counseling and Psychological Services encourages affected students to call for support.
Veteran
Moral Injury of PTSD Examined
National PTSD expert Dr. Jonathan Shay will discuss combat veterans' mental health, Oct. 5, at the inaugural Jack McGrory lecture.
Leslie Gail Herrmann
In Memoriam: Leslie Gail Herrmann
She worked at SDSU for more than 25 years.
College of Extended Studies looks to give a helping hand to those suffering from PTSD
Taking on Veteran Stress
SDSU’s College of Extended Studies will launch two new classes aimed at helping veterans and their loved ones lessen stress.
young woman with head in hands
Conference Emphasizes LGBT Issues
School counselors, educators and others can register now for the Feb. 17-19 conference.
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