U.S. Navy veteran Michael McAndrew, a graduate student at Eastern Mennonite University, plans to use his education to provide mental health services for military veterans. His professional path towards a ... read more about Committed to serving fellow veterans, Michael McAndrew earns scholarship to complete counseling, conflict transformation degrees
A team of students from Eastern Mennonite University earned honorable mention in this year’s American Counseling Association ethics competition. Tija Krneta, Michael McAndrew, Lisa Reo and Rebecca Wright received the ... read more about Graduate students excel in ethics and research, placing in American Counseling Association competition and earning invitations to present at a state conference
Nate Koser spent two years of his adolescence in Nepal with his missionary parents. That’s why the professor of counseling at Eastern Mennonite University traveled back in June and why, ... read more about Returning to Nepal, professor joins father and brother to offer aid, labor and counseling
MA in counseling professors at Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) share their opinions about what creates change when working with others. Within EMU’s professional counseling program, we strive to achieve the ... read more about What Creates Change?
Hear from our professors as they explore what counseling is to them. Within Eastern Mennonite University’s (EMU) professional counseling program, we strive to achieve the highest standards of excellence in ... read more about What is Counseling? – EMU’s Master of Arts in Counseling
Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) welcomes 12 new faculty members for the 2013-14 academic year. The new faculty, announced by provost Fred Kniss, are: Amy Gillespie, EdD, assistant professor of the ... read more about EMU Welcomes 12 Faculty Members for 2013-14
Nate Koser, an instructor in Eastern Mennonite University’s (EMU) masters in counseling program and a doctoral candidate at Saybrook University, was chosen as the 2012 Rollo May scholarship winner by ... read more about Koser Receives Rollo May Scholarship
A team of students from the master of arts in counseling program received third place award in the annual national Graduate Student Ethics Competition sponsored by the American Counseling Association ... read more about Graduate Counseling Students Given Award