CE&S Fellowship Program

The Counselor Education & Supervision (CE&S) journal is happy to announce the new CE&S Fellowship Program.  The CE&S Fellowship program provides an opportunity for fellows to engage with experienced mentors.  Fellows and mentors complete reviews together, participate in quarterly meetings with CE&S editors, and meet regularly with their mentors during the review process.  Once the review is complete, fellows receive feedback on their review and helpful guidance for future work with the CE&S journal or as a reviewer for other publications.

 

Fellow Name

Institution

Rank

Assigned Mentor

Institution

Elizabeth Pennock

University of Central FL

Doctoral Student

Casey Barrio Minton

UT Knoxville

Christian Chan

George Washington Uni

Doctoral Candidate

Kevin Snow

TX A&M Commerce

Malti Tuttle

Auburn University

Assistant Professor

Amy Milsom

Clemson

Jan Parker

Eastern KY University

Doctoral Candidate

James Korcuska

North Dakota State University

Robin DuFresne

Viterbo University

Assistant Professor

Amanda La Guardia

Cincinnati

Everett Painter

University of TN Knoxville

Doctoral Candidate

Kevin Snow

TX A&M Commerce

Dominique Burns

University of Toledo

Doctoral Student

Joan Looby

Mississippi State

Dannette Patterson

Argosy University Atlanta

Doctoral Candidate

Joan Looby

Mississippi State

Jaime Castillo

Alfred University

Assistant Professor

Amy Milsom

Clemson

Jaimie Stickl

UNC Greensboro

Doctoral Candidate

Carrie Watcher Morris

UNC Greensboro

Therese Newton

University of South Carolina

Doctoral Student

Dodie Limberg

University of SC

Ryan Cook

University of Alabama

Assistant Professor

Casey Barrio Minton

UT Knoxville

Kevin Duquette

Penn State University

Doctoral Candidate

Dodie Limberg

University of SC

Meagan S McBride

University of Toledo

Doctoral Student

Carrie Watcher Morris

UNC Greensboro

Anna Flores Locke

Montclair State

Doctoral Candidate

Amanda La Guardia

Cincinnati

Applications for the fellowship will be available each spring.  The fellowship program is open to doctoral students with at least one-year of academic coursework or new doctroal-level professionals in the first year of an academic or research position.  As a fellow, you will be matched with an editorial board member who will serve as your mentor and meet with CE&S editors quarterly.  You will also be expected to present at either an ACES or regional ACES conference regarding issues pertaining to scholarly research and publication.  Applications require a letter of recommendation, 2-page vita, personal statement of interest, and to identify mentors of interest.