COREY ARRANZ passed his final orals on December 19th. The title of his dissertation is Love attitudes and body esteem of internet personals website users.

LAURIE COSTIGAN passed her draft review meeting on January 6th. The title of her dissertation is A qualitative investigation of psychologists’ perceptions of unresolved negative process in supervision. Her final orals are scheduled for January 30th at 3:45 pm in Conference Room 1B. C

MELODIE KRAHULA passed her final orals on January 18th. The title of her dissertation is Predicting the Horn-Cattell factors from personality type.

MAYDAY LEVINE passed her final orals on December 19th. The title of her dissertation is Participants’ experience of dialogic workshops.

LORRAINE MANGIONE, PhD, KARIN HODGES, and Virginia Brabender, PhD had an article entitled Group therapist identity development: Student and faculty perspectives published in The Group Psychologist, November 2005, Vol. 15, No. 3.

MOLLY OBER passed her dissertation proposal meeting on December 20th. The title of her dissertation is The effects of kinship care on adult outcomes of foster care alumni.

GINA PASQUALE passed her dissertation proposal meeting on January 11th. The title of her dissertation is The relationship between body image, gender role identity, and depressive symptoms in adolescent females.

JESSICA SHEPLEY passed her draft review meeting on December 20th and her final orals on January 17th. The title of her dissertation is Illuminating women’s experience of challenges in their work with sexually abusive adolescents.

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Thomas Crawford ‘14

Thomas Crawford ‘14 (GSLC, PhD) was named one of the “75 Hospital and Health System Chief Operating Officers to Know in 2023” by Becker’s Hospital Review. Crawford is System Chief Operating Officer and Associate Professor for the Medical University of South Carolina.

Billie Groom

PhD in Leadership and Change student Billie Groom recently authored The Connection Between the Canine-Guardian Bond, Cognition, and Behavior to Improve the Welfare of Domestic Dogs through The Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. The piece highlights the need to provide caregivers/volunteers with advanced education and resources to address the emotional and cognitive needs of domestic canines to prevent surrender, euthanasia, and harmful actions, which can have negative repercussions on the caregiver. Groom is a Canine Cognitive Behavior Therapist and CEO of UPWARD Dogology. She is the creator of Canine Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CCBT), a scientifically proven methodology that addresses behaviors associated

Ileya Grosman

PhD in Leadership and Change student Ileya Grosman joined the Adjunct Faculty team at the University of Denver Leadership Studies Department where she is teaching Inclusive Leadership and Leading Community Change. Grosman brings her expertise on critical student leadership development, mentorship, experiential learning, and civic leadership education to focus in this new role.

Pam Viscione ‘22

Pam Viscione ‘22 (GSLC, PhD), President and CEO of Leadership and Change Consulting, received the esteemed title of Humanitarian of the Year from Northern Kentucky University. This recognition aligns with her extensive leadership and expertise, recently highlighted in a feature by the Cincinnati Business Courier. Read more about Viscione and read her dissertation Exploring the Career Advancement Experience of Black Women on Their Journey to Executive Levels in Large American Corporations here.

Nicole Roades ‘11

Nicole Roades ‘11 (GSLC, PhD) was named President of Southern State Community College, a public community college based in Hillsboro, Ohio. SSCC has two campuses, with one in Mount Orab and the other in Hillsboro. Southern State Community College was founded in February 1975. Learn more about Roades and read her dissertation, Dual Consciousness: Identity Construction Among Appalachian Professional Women in Southern Ohio here.

John Littlewolf ‘20

John Littlewolf ‘20 (GSLC, PhD) joined The Nature Conservancy as the new Tribal Nations and Indigenous Communities Partnership Director. Learn more about Littlewolf and read his dissertation Police Officer Trauma in Rural Minnesota: A Narrative Study here.

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