Dr. Matthew Nice

Matthew NiceAssistant Professor

Stouffer Hall, Room 218
724-357-4537
mnice@iup.edu

Matthew L. Nice, PhD, LPC, NCC, ACS is an assistant professor with the Department of Counseling at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and chapter faculty advisor for IUP's Chi Sigma Iota Chapter, Iota Upsilon Pi. He is a licensed professional counselor, nationally certified counselor, an approved clinical supervisor, and a certified school counselor. Nice is an active member of ACA, ACES, AARC, ASGW, AADA, as well as NBCC and CSI. 

Education

  • PhD Duquesne University, Counselor Education and Supervision
  • MS Marywood University, Counselor Education PreK-12
  • BA King's College (Wilkes-Barre), Psychology and Sociology

Research and Scholarship

Nice's scholarship and primary research interests focus on emerging adulthood development in regard to cultural identity salience, individuation, and understanding the differences between non-college-going and college-going emerging adults. Nice's research also focuses on assessment and measurement of scales on these constructs. Additionally, Nice has a focus on professional school counselors' college readiness and college knowledge in preparing students for post-secondary transitions.