Bradley R. Anders, a Ph.D. in Human Services student and a patrol officer with the Lee’s Summit Police Department, recently organized a new unit to address crime and quality of life from a community-oriented policing perspective in the Kansas City, Mo., metro area. The unit is tasked with making contacts within the community and fostering positive relationships.
Julie Carvalho, a Ph.D. in Human Services student, presented a talk about pro-social values in curriculum at the Eastern Community College Social Science Association’s 38th annual conference, “The Great Renewal: Rebuilding Our Nation, Visions and Challenges” on March 30. Carvalho is an adjunct professor at Northern Virginia Community College in Loudoun, where she teaches psychology.
Julie Carvalho, a Ph.D. in Human Services student, is a semifinalist in the Beautiful Minds contest sponsored by the National Center for Creative Aging.
Sha-Rhonda M. Davis, a Ph.D. in Human Services student, launched a private practice, Empowered2Change Counseling Center, in Hiram, Ga., near Atlanta.
Julie Carvalho, a Ph.D. in Human Services student, gave a presentation on education reform titled “Education Values and Educational Choices,” on March 24, 2010, at the U.S. House of Representatives. Carvalho teaches psychology at Northern Virginia Community College.