September 2015

Adam Ahmed, an MS in Human Services student, recently published his book, The Nightmare of the Exile: The Story of the Refugee from Darfur (Escape, Suffering and Prison).

June 2014

Alice Walters, a PhD in Human Services student, was appointed chair of the American Evaluation Association's Distance Education and Other Education Technologies interest group in April. In March, she and Irena Glover, a PhD in Human Services student, co-presented about nonprofit development at the Midwest Organization for Human Services in Marion, Ind.

May 2014

DeAundra “Dee” Deruelle, an MS in Human Services student, was named the Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM) Volunteer of the Month in March for her work at JBLM Fisher House near Fort Lewis, Wash. She’s volunteered there since June 2013, first arriving to restock the kitchen and organize incoming donations. She continues to perform housekeeping tasks like these while also preparing meals for the seven families who call the Fisher House home while loved ones receive care at Madigan Army Medical Center. JBLM is one of 62 locations where servicemembers, veterans, and their families can stay at no cost.

November 2013

Brian Feely, a PhD in Human Services student, gave a poster presentation, “Single Black Custodial Fathers in Washington, D.C.,” at the National Organization for Human Services conference in Baltimore in October. Feely is a resource development specialist for the District of Columbia Child and Family Services Agency, where his work involves finding youths suitable placements in foster care, kinship care, teen parent programs, and pre-adoption homes.

October 2013

Ora Starks, a PhD in Human Services student, was named the warden of the Bolivar County Regional Correction Facility in Cleveland, Miss., in August. In her new role, she plans to promote public safety, enhance the treatment for correctional facility’s population, and deter offenders from recidivism. She previously served as a correctional officer at the facility.

August 2013

Brian Feely, a PhD in Human Services student, will present at the National Organization for Human Services (NOHS) conference in October about black custodial fathers in Washington, D.C. He is a placement specialist at Child and Family Services Agency in Washington, D.C.

April 2013

Sha-Rhonda M. Davis, a PhD in Human Services student, published Inspirational Thoughts on Being a Wife, Mother and a Woman (CreateSpace, 2013), a series of essays that address the emotional health and wellness of women. She runs a private practice, Empowered2Change Counseling Center, in Hiram, Ga.

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