Lorraine Guth, professor in the Department of Counseling, recently received two awards.
At the American Counseling Association
Conference in Montreal, Quebec, she was honored as a newly elected Fellow in
the Association for Specialists in Group Work (ASGW).
“The election to Fellow
status in ASGW is intended to recognize extraordinary efforts of an individual
on behalf of the Association, and/or extraordinary professional achievements
compatible with and enhancing to the purposes of the Association” (ASGW
At the conference, she delivered a presentation titled “Journey of
utilizing group work for a better world: ASGW Fellows presentation.”
also selected by Dean Lara Luetkehans as this year’s Outstanding Researcher
recipient for the College of Education and Educational Technology. Guth was
selected for this award because of her international counseling outreach and
research efforts in several countries, including Bhutan and Malawi. This award was presented at the 2016 Research
Appreciation Week Awards Luncheon.