Guth, Pepper, and Garrow Publish Tips for Facilitation of Virtual Groups

The world has been facing some major challenges that impact the ways in which groups come together and operate. Group workers have become innovative during these unprecedented times. The Association for Specialists in Group Work’s Special Initiatives Committee created a document offering 10 tips for the facilitation of virtual groups.


Jalongo, Guth, and McDevitt Publish Campus Canine Connection Book

Mary Renck Jalongo, professor emerita, Professional Studies in Education, recently published the edited book Canine-Campus Connection: Roles for Dogs in the Lives of College Students. Lorraine Guth, Department of Counseling, and Theresa McDevitt, IUP Libraries, collaborated on three of the chapters.


Guth Serving as ASGW President-Elect

Lorraine J. Guth, professor in the IUP Department of Counseling, is currently serving as president-elect of the Association for Specialists in Group Work.


Counseling Graduate to Receive IMPACT Award

The 2021 College of Education and Communications IMPACT Award for the Department of Counseling will be presented to 2014 graduate Stacie Huber, MA. Huber receives this award because of her lifelong commitment to providing exceptional mental health services to Indiana and the surrounding community.