Sally M. Hage, PhD, associate professor of psychology, is the new editor of the Journal of Prevention and Health Promotion (Sage Publications).
Brooke Hallowell, PhD, dean of the School of Health Sciences, was appointed chair of the newly established Committee to Develop Guidance for Members and Students Engaging Globally in Clinical, Scholarly, and Other Professional Activities by the board of directors of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). The international committee is comprised of seven members, each representing a constituency of ASHA membership. In December 2019, the group began developing and recommending guidance regarding global delivery of clinical services, student clinical experiences, student supervision, volunteer work, and research.
Kari B. Taylor, PhD, assistant professor in the student affairs administration program, was elected in March 2020 to serve a three-year term on the directorate board for the American College Personnel Association Student Affairs Educators International Commission for Professional Preparation, which supports faculty of graduate programs in higher education and student affairs. Election to this board allows Taylor to enhance her own teaching while facilitating development among fellow faculty, which ultimately enhances student learning within the field.