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Doctoral Internship in Health Service Psychology

Thank you for your interest in the University of Maryland Counseling Center's APA-accredited internship in Health Service Psychology. As an agency, we see our doctoral internship as central to the vitality and quality of our organization, and we are pleased to have you consider our program. You will find a description of the program and other important information on these pages.

Our internship is designed to provide training in functional skill areas relevant to a university counseling center setting including individual and group counseling/psychotherapy, outreach and consultation, supervision, assessment, and research. In accordance with APA accreditation and specialty guidelines, we have designed an array of training opportunities in each of these functional areas. At the heart of our training program is an intensive, varied, comprehensive supervision model which allows each intern contact with a wide range of licensed psychologist supervisors who vary in training, demographics, style, and orientation.

We welcome your interest in our internship program and hope that these materials are useful to you. Please note that we follow all notification guidelines established by APPIC (Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers). All of the required application materials are included in APPI Online. No additional materials are required. If you have any questions or need additional information, please feel free to call or e-mail me.

Sincerely,
Maria Luz Berbery, Ph.D
Training Director
(301) 405-6060
mberbery@umd.edu

The University of Maryland, College Park, actively subscribes to a policy of equal employment opportunity, and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant because of race, age, gender, color, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, religion, national origin, or political affiliation.


COVID-19 Updates

The University of Maryland Counseling Center continues to monitor the progression of the COVID-19 pandemic and is prioritizing the health and safety of both the students we serve and our staff and trainees. In the Fall 2021 semester, we have returned to working from our offices in the Shoemaker Building and are providing a hybrid of in-person and online services.

The University of Maryland has mandated vaccines as well as indoor mask usage for all students and employees at this time. While we do not know what intern training will look like for the 2022-23 internship, we will continue to follow the directives of the University, the State of Maryland, and health officials. We will keep our incoming internship class updated as needed.

The University of Maryland--a comprehensive, land grant institution--ranks high among institutions across the country in size, scope, and quality of graduate and undergraduate education. With over 36,000 students, 1,330 acres, and over 180 majors and courses of study, UM offers rich diversity in its student body, faculty and staff, and educational opportunities. The College Park campus includes 12 academic colleges and schools, and many graduate programs. On the nearby Baltimore campus are its six professional schools, including the medical school and the university hospital.

The campus is nestled within the Baltimore-Washington corridor--a 40 mile stretch of land considered by many to be one of the richest concentrations of resources and intellectual talent in the world today. The campus location allows for easy access to the many attractions of the area: scholarly (e.g., Library of Congress, National Archives, National Institute of Mental Health, Maryland Science Center in Baltimore); historic (e.g., Holocaust Museum, White House, U. S. Capitol, Mount Vernon, Annapolis); cultural (e.g., Kennedy Center, Gala Hispanic Theater, Smithsonian Museum, Walters Art Gallery in Baltimore, Blacks in Wax Museum in Baltimore); and recreational (e.g., Baltimore's Inner Harbor, professional and collegiate athletics, the National Arboretum, the National Mall). In addition, the campus is an easy commute to the Atlantic Ocean, the Shenandoah Mountains, Chesapeake Bay, and the cultural hubs of New York City, Philadelphia, and Richmond.

The Counseling Center

The Counseling Center is the largest multi-purpose mental health facility in the University community. As such, we work with a highly diverse clientele (students, faculty, staff, administrators, and community residents) on a wide range of problems (academic, educational-vocational, emotional-social, organizational) in varied capacities (remedial, consultative, preventive, and training). The Counseling Center is directly responsible to the Vice President for Student Affairs along with such offices as the Student Health Center, Department of Resident Life, the Student Union, and Career Center and is highly committed to active involvement in the Division of Student Affairs. In addition, we maintain close ties to the academic departments of Counseling Psychology and Counseling, Higher Education, and Special Education.

The Counseling Center is housed in the Shoemaker Building, which recently underwent a major renovation of staff offices and public areas.

The Counseling Center is large and multifaceted. It is composed of four divisions, each managed by an Assistant Director, with a total combined permanent professional staff of 48 Permanent Doctoral and Professional Staff. The five Center divisions are:

Specialists within each division provide both breadth and depth in service delivery and training. In addition, many of the staff hold academic rank and teach in the graduate departments of Counseling Psychology or Counseling, Higher Education and Special Education.

The Counseling Service

The Counseling Service, home of the Internship Program, is the largest division of the Counseling Center consisting of 15 professional staff and 4 doctoral interns. The Counseling Service staff reflects a diversity of training (14 counseling psychologists and one clinical psychologist) as well as theoretical orientation (e.g., psychodynamic, humanistic-experiential, cognitive-behavioral, and relational-cultural). Members of the permanent staff are licensed or pursuing licensure in the state of Maryland (as well as neighboring states). The permanent staff is supplemented by approximately 6 clinical consultants from the Washington, D.C. area who are invited on a rotating basis to provide case consultation in case references. In addition to the doctoral interns, approximately 30 practicum students and 2-3 externs receive training in the Counseling Service each year.

The Counseling Service also houses a number of committees, each headed by a staff member who reports to and works with the Associate Director. The committees are:

  • Consultation & Outreach
  • Direct Service
  • Research
  • Staff Development
  • Training

Program Disclosures

Does the program or institution require students, trainees, and/or staff (faculty) to comply with specific policies or practices related to the institution’s affiliation or purpose? Such policies or practices may include, but are not limited to, admissions, hiring, retention policies, and/or requirements for completion that express mission and values?

No

Internship Program Admissions

Our internship program provides training for individuals who are interested in pursuing employment and careers in a college or university setting either as a staff psychologist or a faculty member. While applicants with these interests are the most likely to be successful in our program, we do consider individuals who have other career goals. We train generalist clinicians who are prepared to work with a general college population. To a lesser degree, opportunities to begin or continue developing areas of expertise are provided. Successful applicants are looking for this sort of training, rather than those seeking preparation in a particular clinical specialty. Applicants are enrolled in a doctoral program in counseling psychology or clinical psychology. Applicants from APA-Accredited Programs are strongly preferred. Applicants are in good standing with their academic programs and have obtained formal approval of doctoral dissertation proposal prior to the starting date of the internship, as reported by the applicant and confirmed by the training program's Director of Clinical Training in the APPI-Online. Applicants have completed all required doctoral practica and comprehensive examinations.

Application Requirements
Does the program require that applicants have received a minimum number of hours in the following at the time of applications” If Yes, indicate how many:

Total Direct Contact Intervention Hours:   500
Total Direct Contact Assessment Hours:   No minimum

We also require applicants to have completed at least 50 intervention hours in a college or university counseling center.


Financial and Other Benefit Support for Upcoming Training Year

 

Annual Stipend/Salary for Full-Time Interns $43,509
Annual Stipend/Salary for Half-Time Interns N/A
Does the program provides access to medical insurance for interns? Yes
If access to medical insurance is provided:
Trainee contribution to cost required? Yes
Coverage of family member(s) available? Yes
Coverage of domestic partner available? Yes
Hours of Annual Paid Personal Time Off (PTO and/or Vacation) 22 vacation days* 3 personal leave days All University holidays
*Interns accrue 22 days of annual leave and 3 personal leave days in the course of the internship year. In order to ensure that interns complete the required 2,000 hours of experience, including 500 hours of direct service, a proportion of these days will be taken at specified times of the internship year, and extended periods of vacation (more than a few days off) are discouraged. Interns are not paid for leave that remains at the end of the internship year.
Hours of Annual Paid Sick Leave 15
In the event of medical conditions and/or family needs that require extended leave, does the program allow reasonable unpaid leave to interns/residents in excess of personal time off and sick leave? Yes*
*Requests for Family Medical Leave or leave due to a serious illness are reviewed on an individual basis in collaboration with University Human Resources. Under the FMLA, medical requires certification from a Health Care Provider.

Other Benefits

Interns are provided limited professional leave to attend conferences and may use annual leave for job interviews and meetings with faculty at their home institutions.

Interns have access to a parking space and are responsible for parking fees.


Initial Post-Internship Positions

(Provide an Aggregated Tally for the Preceding 3 Cohorts)

 

2017-2020
Total # of interns who were in the 3 cohorts 12
Total # of interns who did not seek employment because they returned to their doctoral program/are completing doctoral degree 0
2017-2020 PD EP
Academic teaching 0 5
Community mental health center 0 0
Consortium 0 0
University Counseling Center 2 3
Hospital/Medical Center 0 0
Veterans Affairs Health Care System 0 0
Psychiatric facility 0 0
Correctional facility 0 0
Health maintenance organization 0 0
School district/system 0 0
Independent practice setting 0 2
Other 0 0

Note: “PD” = Post-doctoral residency position; “EP” = Employed Position. Each individual represented in this table should be counted only one time. For former trainees working in more than one setting, select the setting that represents their primary position.

Direct Service Activities Hours
Individual Counseling/Psychotherapy 9-10
Intake 3
Emergency (COD) 2
Group Counseling/Psychotherapy 1.5
Clinical Workshop 1
Consultation/Outreach (varies each week) 0-1
Practicum Supervision 1
Rotation: Center Division or External 2-3
TOTAL DIRECT SERVICE 19.5-22

Training and Supervision Activities Hours
Individual Clinical Supervision 2
Consultation Supervision 0-.5
Group Supervision .5
Supervision of Practicum Supervision 1.5
Case Conference and Seminars Hours
Intern Case Conference 1
Senior Staff Case Conference 1
Intern Seminar/MC Lab 1.5
Staff Development (Continuing Ed Sessions)(*not included in total due to irregularity) (3 hrs approx. 4 times/year)
TOTAL TRAINING, SUPERVISION, CASE CONF AND SEMINARS 7.5-8

Professional Activities/Administration Hours
Counseling Service Staff Meetings 1-2
Committee Meetings 0-1
Committee Meetings (optional) 0-1
Meeting with the Training Director 1
General Center Staff Meeting (*not uncluded in total due to irregularity) (2-3x per year)
Research and Development (*not uncluded in total due to irregularity) (2-4x per year)
TOTAL PROF ACTIVITIES/ADMIN MEETINGS 3-5

Research Hours
Dissertation Research and Small "r" Research 4
Case Management Hours Remaining
Documentation, Supervision Prep, Lunch 1-6

The University of Maryland Counseling Center participates in the Internship Matching Program of the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC).

Application for Psychology Internship (APPI Online) can be obtained from the APPIC website or the APPIC Internship Matching Program website. A directory of participation internship sites and a general overview of the APPI Online and instructions can also be accessed via these websites.

Application Deadline

November 1, 2020

The University of Maryland Counseling Center adheres to all notification guidelines established by the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers.

Application Materials

The on-line version of the APPIC Application for Psychology Internship (APPI). It should include the following:

  • Letter of interest.
  • Current resume/vita.
  • Three letters of recommendation from the following:
    • Major academic advisor and/or dissertation supervisor;
    • Two practicum supervisors familiar with the candidate's applied performance.
  • APPIC Academic Program's Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness Form.
  • Official transcript of graduate credits.

Selection Process

Selection of interns is made by the Training Committee comprised of the Director of Training, several Counseling Service staff members, and commonly one intern. After the application deadline date, committee members review and independently rate applicants on the selection criteria. Applicants who remain under consideration following this process are selected and contacted around mid-December for a telephone interview. Telephone interviews are conducted in December and early January. Following the interviews, top-rated applicants are selected and ranked based on their initial ratings and telephone interview. Applicants who are no longer under consideration will be notified by e-mail at least 10 days prior to the Phase I Rank Order List submission date.

This internship agrees to abide by the APPIC policy that no person at this training facility will solicit, accept, or use any ranking-related information from any intern applicant. Refer to Match Policies on the APPIC website, www.appic.org.

Notification Process

The University of Maryland Counseling Center's notification procedure follows the match program guidelines established by the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC). The APPIC Match will be conducted in two phases, with each phase involving the submission of Rank Order Lists by programs and applicants to determine the placement of applicants into positions. Phase I will involve all participating applicants and training sites. Phase II will begin immediately at the conclusion of Phase I with the goal of placing applicants who did not match in Phase I.

Official Match Dates as well as more specific and additional information concerning the Match can be found on the APPIC website or APPIC MATCH-NEWS.

Training Director Contact Information

If you have any questions about the internship program or the application requirements or process, please feel free to contact me at:

Maria Luz Berbery, PhD
Training Director
Counseling Center
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742-8111
(301) 405-6060
mberbery@umd.edu

Alex Agiliga
Ph.D. (2021) Counseling Psychology, University at Albany, SUNY
Staff Counselor
Interests: Students of color, LGBTQIA+ students, identity development, intersectionality, interpersonal concerns, family of origin concerns, career, and vocational development, training and supervision, group therapy, couples therapy. Languages, music, audiobooks, museums, card- and board games, volleyball, travel.

Allison Asarch
Psy.D. (2015) Clinical Psychology, Roosevelt University
Staff Psychologist
Interests: Developmental and identity-related concerns, family-of-origin concerns, eating and body image concerns, perfectionism, group therapy, social justice and empowerment, outreach programming, training and supervision. Socializing and laughter, games of all kinds, yoga, tennis, traveling.

Maria Luz Berbery
Ph.D. (2013) Counseling Psychology, University of Maryland
Training Director, Staff Psychologist
Interests: Multicultural counseling and identity-related concerns (race, ethnicity, gender, LGBT issues, etc), Latinx students' mental health, family and relational concerns, trauma and growth.

Shealyn J. Blanchard
Ph.D. (2018), Counseling Psychology, Western Michigan University
Staff Counselor
Interests: Social Justice/multiculturalism, anxiety, adjustment concerns, grief/loss, graduate student concerns, relationship difficulties, identity development, students of color, outreach/consultation. Family/friends, poetry, music, sports, museums, and exploring new foods.

Kimberly Campbell
Ph.D. (1990) Clinical Psychology, Howard University
Staff Psychologist
Interests: Women’s issues, psychological testing; anxiety, depression, trauma recovery, grief work, music, travel, dogs, family, art.

Michelle Farrell
Ph.D. (2018), Counseling Psychology, The University of Missouri - Kansas City
Staff Psychologist
Interests: LGBTQIA+ concerns (e.g., identity development, resiliency, positive factors, and intersectionality), diversity and inclusion on college campuses, and empowerment of marginalized populations. Gardening, hiking, and challenging the status quo of power dynamics.

Yi-Jiun Lin
Ph.D. (2008) Counseling Psychology, University of Missouri, Columbia
Interim Assistant Director
Interests: Multicultural issues; international student outreach; gender issues; eating disorders; grief issues; Chinese calligraphy; cooking; yoga; music; traveling; art appreciation.

Erica Merson
Ph.D.(2012) Counseling Psychology, University of Maryland
Staff Psychologist
Interests: multicultural counseling, psychology of women and girls, body-image eating disorders, child and adolescent therapy, fitness, triathlon, and cross-fit training.

David A. Petersen
Ph.D. (1998) Counseling Psychology, University of Maryland
Staff Psychologist
Interests: Supervision and training, group psychotherapy, multicultural counseling, international students, psychotherapy process research, and career counseling.

Pepper E. Phillips
Ph.D. (1990) Counseling Psychology, Indiana State University
Staff Psychologist, Assistant Professor of Education
Interests: Gay and lesbian issues, group therapy, women's issues, survivors of incest, and supervision.

Theodore Pickett, Jr.
Ph.D. (2006) Counseling Psychology, University of Iowa
Interim Associate Director
Interests: Training and supervision, cross-cultural and multicultural issues, survivors of incest, grief counseling, and ethics.

CJ Polihronakis
Ph.D. (2019) Counseling Psychology, Columbia University - Teachers College
Staff Psychologist
Interests: Anti-racism, multiculturalism, and social justice; intersectional identity development; bisexuality and non-monosexuality; LGBTQIA+ students; first-generation college students; men and masculinities; sex and sexual health; interpersonal concerns; family of origin concerns; group therapy; and supervision/training. Trivia and board games, cooking/baking, reading, exploring new restaurants/foods, horror movies, witty jokes and sarcasm, and going on adventures with my dog.

Chandni Shah
Ph.D. (2016) Counseling Psychology, Purdue University
Staff Psychologist
Interests: Interpersonal violence, trauma recovery, Asian/South Asian American community concerns, communities of color experiences, intersectional identities, training, outreach, holistic healing, dance, eating and exploring food, laughing.

Kayi Hui-Spears
Ph.D. (2014) Counseling Psychology, University of Maryland
Staff Psychologist and Externship Coordinator
Interests: depression, anxiety, interpersonal concerns, identity development, post-traumatic growth, international student concerns, disordered eating and body image issues, career counseling, supervision and training, diversity, and social justice issues. Hiking, cooking, baking, exploring the city, traveling, yoga, reading, watching movies.

Any questions regarding the licensure of the Counseling Service staff can be directed to:

Board of Examiners of Psychologists
Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
201 West Preston Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Website: The Board of Examiners of Psychologists
Office Phone: (410) 767-6500 or 1-877-463-3464


Training Staff Summary Data

2020-2021 Academic Year Training Staff
Total number in program 16
# (%) who are female 11 (69%)
# (%) who are male 4 (25%)
# (%) who are nonbinary 1 (6%)
# (%) who are ethnic minority 7 (44%)
# (%) who are from APA-accredited doctoral programs 16 (100%)
# (%) who have authored or co-authored books, book chapters or articles in refereed journals 14 (87.5%)
# (%) who have authored or co-authored presentations for professional meetings 15 (100%)
# (%) focus in clinical psychology 2 (12.5%)
# (%) focus in counseling psychology 14 (87.5%)
# (%) staff licensed in state 15 (94%)

Year

Intern

Institution Granting Degree

2020-2021

Marvyn Arévalo Avalos

Arizona State University

 

Victoria McNeil-Young

University of Florida

 

Collin Vernay

University of Maryland

 

Nelson Zounlome

Indiana University-Bloomington

2019-2020

Jessica David

Indiana University, Bloomington

 

Jennifer King

University of Maryland, College Park

 

Kathryn Kline

University of Maryland, College Park

 

Brian TaeHyuk Keum

University of Maryland, College Park

2018-2019

Caleb Chadwick

Georgia State University

 

Xu Li

University of Maryland, College Park

 

CJ Polihronakis

Teachers College, Columbia University

 

Jamie Welch

University of Maryland, College Park

2017-2018

Joanna Drinane

University of Denver

 

Vanessa Freeman

Florida State University

 

Tangela Roberts

University of Massachusetts Boston

 

Kate Winderman

University of Houston

2016-2017

Marisa Franco

University of Maryland, College Park

 

Michael Gale

State University of New York, Albany

 

Heidi Hutman

State University of New York, Albany

 

Erin Reese

Catholic University of America

2015-2016

Na-Yeun Choi

University of Maryland, College Park

 

Engin Ege

University of Florida, Gainesville

 

Gigi Giordano

University of North Dakota

 

Ayse Ikizler

University of Tennessee, Knoxville

2014-2015

Alayna Berkowitz

Lehigh University

 

Joseph Hammer

Iowa State University

 

Ae Kyung Jung

University of Missouri, Columbia

 

D. Martin Kivlighan III

University of Wisconsin, Madison

2013-14

Howard Lloyd

University of Kentucky

 

Shannon McClain

University of Texas, Austin

 

Marisa Moore

Oklahoma State University

 

Lu Tian

University of Missouri, Columbia

2012-13

Sharon Lee

University of Iowa

 

Jioni Lewis

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

 

Mrinalini Rao

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

 

Trisha Raque-Bogdan

University of Maryland

2011-12

Hung Chiao

University of Missouri, Columbia

 

Carlton Green

Boston College

 

Erica Merson

University of Maryland

 

Heweon Seo

University of Minnesota

     

2010-11

Rashanta Bledman

University of Missouri, Columbia

 

Elizabeth Cotter

University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

 

Heather Ganginis DelPino

University of Maryland

 

Yuhong He

University of Missouri, Columbia

     

2009-10

Sha'Kema Blackmon

Loyola University, Chicago

 

Bryana French

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

 

Jade Logan

University of Massachusetts, Amherst

 

Sidney Smith

Teachers College, Columbia University

     

2008-09

Jessica Forsyth

Teachers College, Columbia University

 

Chetan Joshi

University of Missouri, Kansas City

 

Mai Kindaichi

Teachers College, Columbia University

 

Sarah Mebane

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

     

2007-08

Kelly Huffman

University of Wisconsin, Madison

 

Sara Cho Kim

University of Wisconsin, Madison

 

Yueher "Emilie" Ma

University of Maryland

 

Nazish Salahuddin

University of Maryland

     

2006-07

Renee Alleyne

Virginia Commonwealth University

 

Noah Collins

Teachers College, Columbia University

 

Emily Russell

University of Missouri, Kansas City

 

Hung-Bin Sheu

University of Maryland

     

2005-06

Veronica Leal

The Ohio State University

 

Shu-Ping Lin

The Ohio State University

 

Natalie Whitlow

University of Missouri, Columbia

 

Wendi Williams

Georgia State University

     

2004-05

Grace Chen

University of Texas, Austin

 

Carla Hunter

Teachers College, Columbia University

 

Matthew Miller

Loyola University Chicago

 

Alex Pieterse

Teachers College, Columbia University

     

2003-04

Armando Hernandez-Morales

University of Wisconsin, Madison

 

Christa Schmidt

University of Missouri, Kansas City

 

Yu-Wei Wang

University of Missouri, Columbia

 

Anika Warren

Boston College

     

2002-03

Krista Gragg

University of Oregon

 

Daniela Ligiero

University or Maryland

 

Huan-Chung Scott Liu

University of North Texas

 

Linh Nghe

Boston College

     

2001-02

Madelyn N. Coleman

University of Missouri-Columbia

 

Kenya Thompson-Leonardelli

The Ohio State University

 

Jacob Levy

Indiana University

 

Nathan Smith

Virginia Commonwealth University

     

2000-01

Patrick Feehan

University of Missouri-Columbia

 

Cicely Horsham-Brathwaite

Temple University

 

Meera Rastogi

The Ohio State University

 

Christina Van Puymbroeck

Arizona State University

     

1999-00

Scott Green

Virginia Commonwealth University

 

Miriam Phields

University of Maryland

 

Michael Schaub

University of Akron

 

Merideth Tomlinson

University of Maryland

     

1998-99

LaVerne A. Berkel

Penn State University

 

Mark Majors

University of Nebraska

 

Lisa Flores

University of Missouri

 

Johanna Nilsson

Western Michigan University

     

1997-98

Jihad Aziz

Penn State University

 

Tania Israel

Arizona State University

 

Kristin Perrone Shea

Virginia Commonwealth University

 

David Whitcomb

SUNY Albany

     

1996-97

Angela Byars

Arizona State University

 

Traci Edwardson

University of Kansas

 

Michael Mobley

Penn State University

 

Elizabeth Nutt Williams

University of Maryland

     

1995-96

Y. Barry Chung

University of Illinois

 

Maria Gomez

University of Maryland

 

Angela Hargrow

The Ohio State University

 

Kwong-Liem Karl Kwan

University of Nebraska

     

1994-95

Eric Benjamin

University of Texas

 

John Dages

Indiana University

 

Frederica Hendricks

University of Missouri

 

Beth Sperber Richie

University of Maryland

     

1993-94

Julie Ancis

University of Albany

 

Debbie Gerrity

University of Maryland

 

Lisa Moon

University of Southern Mississippi

 

Elizabeth Toepfer-Hendey

Columbia University

     

1992-93

Caren Cooper

University of North Texas

 

Jill Scarpellini Huber

University of Maryland

 

Edward Wai-Ming Lai

University of Nebraska

 

J. Kip Matthews

University of Tennessee

     

1991-92

Karen O'Brien

Loyola University of Chicago

 

Rachel Olsen

Ball State University

 

John Parkhurst

University of Mississippi

 

Robert Rando

Ball State University

     

1990-91

Sandra Bennett

University of Oklahoma

 

James Campbell

Oklahoma State University

 

Anita Kelly

University of Florida

 

Anne Regan

University of Maryland

     

1989-90

Andrew Carson

University of Texas

 

Jonathan Kandell

University of Maryland

 

Fu-Lin Lee

University of Illinois

 

Marie Sergent

University of Maryland

     

1988-89

Rhonda Jeter

University of Pennsylvania

 

Sharon Kirkland

State University of New York at Buffalo

 

Ruth Seidman

University of Rochester

 

Wendy Settle

University of Maryland

     

1987-88

Steven Broday

University of Wisconsin

 

Martin Geida

Penn State University

 

Leonard Hickman

University of Maryland

 

Elizabeth Kincade

Penn State University

     

1986-87

Robert Carter

University of Maryland

 

Debra Herreid

University of Minnesota

 

Steven Morris

University of Illinois

 

Diane Prosser

The Ohio State University

     

1985-86

Randall Anderson

Florida Institute of Technology

 

Consuelo Arbona

University of Wisconsin-Madison

 

Andrew Hogg

Colorado State University

 

Deborah Wilson

University of Maryland

     

1984-85

Sanford Fishbein

University of Maryland

 

Robin Rudd

University of Maryland

 

Robert Shapiro

University of Rochester

     

1983-84

Bonita Johnson

University of Maryland

 

Diane Knight

University of Maryland

 

Sand Bagoon

University of Maryland

 

Kenneth Tucker (Deceased)

University of Utah

     

1982-83

Alyce Martinez

University of Maryland

 

Aldrich Patterson

University of Maryland

 

Scott Rodgers

University of Maryland

 

Paul Walters

University of Southern Mississippi

     

1981-82

Anna Beth Payne

University of Maryland

 

Jeff Prince

University of Minnesota

 

Georgia Royalty

University of Maryland

 

Mary O'Leary Wiley

University of Maryland

     

1980-81

Rossell D. Miars

Iowa State University

 

Lydia Minatoya

University of Maryland

 

Ann Peabody

University of Maryland

 

Ralph D. Raphael

University of Maryland

 

Terrence Tracy

University of Maryland

     

1979-80

Catherine Bernard

University of Maryland

 

Sue Corbett

Indiana State University

 

Joyce Illfelder-Kaye

The Ohio State University

 

Richard A. Kass

Southern Illinois University

 

Linda Locher

The Ohio State University

     

1978-79

Diane Adelstein

University of Maryland

 

Patrick M. Flanagan

Catholic University

 

James Haws

University of Maryland

 

Terri B. Thames

University of Maryland

 

Dennis Webster

University of Maryland

     

1977-78

Janet Lynn Cornfeld

University of Maryland

 

Chris Courtois

University of Maryland

 

Deborah Hazel Johnson

University of Maryland

 

Jaque Moss

Iowa State University

 

Judith Pelham

University of Maryland

 

Elayne Riddle

University of Kentucky

     

1976-77

Catherine Abernathy

Catholic University

 

William Bruck

University of Florida

 

Barbara Hunt Ciccone

University of Maryland

 

Michael McDermott

University of Notre Dame

 

Sharon Shueman

University of Maryland

 

Catherine Sitzman

Catholic University

     

1975-76

Jaime Beers

University of Maryland

 

Laura A. Cohen

University of Maryland

 

Eli Karimi

University of Maryland

 

Craig Wasserman

American University

 

Deborah Watts (Deceased)

University of Maryland

 

Barbara Wood

University of Maryland

     

1974-75

Vivian Boyd

University of Maryland

 

Mary Catherine Dettling

University of Utah

 

Alan Hedman

University of Maryland

 

Martha Kazlo

University of Maryland

 

Howard Silverman

University of Maryland

 

Bruce Wine

University of Notre Dame

     

1973-74

Susan Bennett

University of Maryland

 

Margaret Bonz

University of Maryland

 

Patricia Freiberg

University of Maryland

 

Margaret A. Kingdon

University of Maryland

 

Roberta Nutt

University of Maryland

 

Patrick W. Utz

University of Maryland

     

1972-73

Linda Brooks

University of Texas

 

Anne M. Collins

University of Maryland

 

Marilyn Keilson

University of Maryland

 

Ronald Kimball

University of Maryland

 

Damon L. Silvers

University of Maryland

 

John Hamilton West

University of Maryland

     

1971-72

Alan Birnbaum

Southern Illinois University

 

Anne Herdon

University of Maryland

 

Dorothy Jones

University of Maryland

 

Faith Tanney

The Ohio State University

     

1970-71

David Celio

University of Maryland

 

Donald J. DelBeato

University of Maryland

 

Larry Schneider

Southern Illinois University

 

Norman A. Scott

University of Maryland

 

Lawrence Taylor

University of Maryland

     

1969-70

Lawrence Gaines

University of Maryland

 

Lacy Jeffries

University of Maryland

 

Judith-Annette Milburn

University of Maryland

 

Bruce Jordan Weiss

University of Maryland

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