Keene Sentinel Highlights Gargi Roysircar’s Career

In a Keene Sentinel feature story on Gargi Roysircar, professor in the Department of Clinical Psychology and director of AUNE’s Multicultural Center, reporter Steve Gilbert interviews Roysircar about her long career and her disaster work, especially in Haiti with victims of the 2010 earthquake. “Work in Haiti Close to the Soul,” published January 26, highlights the award to Roysircar of the Society of Counseling Psychology’s Best Practice Award.

Read the article on Gargi Roysircar.
Read more about Disaster Shakti, AUNE’s disaster recovery outreach team.

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