Department of Counseling Archive

Faculty books: July 2017 report

Gladding, Samuel T. (Counseling). The Counseling Dictionary, 4th ed. American Counseling Association. July 2017.

Leonard, Bill. (Divinity). The Homebrewed Christianity Guide to Church History: Flaming Heretics and Heavy Drinkers (Homebrewed Christianity series). Fortress Press. July 2017.

Whaples, Robert M., Ed. (Economics). Pope Francis and the Caring Society. Independent Institute. September 2017 (made available in July).

Scholl elected to American Counseling Association's council

Mark Scholl, associate professor of counseling, was recently elected to the American Counseling Association’s governing council.

His three-year term begins July 2017.

The governing council establishes the policies that govern the affairs of the association and oversees the association.

The governing council is composed of one representative from each of 20 chartered association divisions, and one representative from each of  four national regions. He will be representing the Association for Humanistic Counseling.

Faculty Books: January/February 2017 updates

January 2017

Dalton, Mary M. (Communication). The Hollywood Curriculum: Teachers in the Movies, 3rd rev. ed. Peter Lang. January 2017.

Dalton, Mary M., & Laura R. Linder, Eds. (Communication). Screen Lessons: What We Have Learned from Teachers on Television and in the Movies. Peter Lang. January 2017.

 Gladding, Samuel T. (Counseling). Counseling: A Comprehensive Profession, 8th ed. Pearson. January 2017.

McMullen, Patrick R. (Business). A Visual Approach to Statistics with R. [self-published]. December 2016.

February 2017

 Gendrich, Cynthia M., & Stephen Archer. (Theatre & Dance). Theatre: Its Art and Craft, 7th ed. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. February 2017.

Harnois, Catherine E. (Sociology). Analyzing Inequalities: An Introduction to Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality Using the General Social Survey. SAGE. February 2017.

 Jones, Eric E., & John L. Creese, Eds. (Anthropology). Process and Meaning in Spatial Archaeology: Investigations into Pre-Columbian Iroquoian Space and Place. University Press of Colorado. January 2017.

Kellett, Lucas C., & Eric E. Jones, Eds. (Anthropology). Settlement Ecology of the Ancient Americas. Routledge. September

Gladding selected for U.S. Army ROTC National Hall of Fame

Wake Forest University hosts the conference, College of the Overwhelmed, part of the Voices of Our Time series, in Brendle Recital Hall on Monday, April 7, 2008. Samuel T. Gladding, chair and professor in the Department of Counseling at Wake Forest, moderates the discussion forum.

Professor of Counseling Sam Gladding has been selected for induction into the 2016 inaugural class of the U.S. Army ROTC National Hall of Fame.

Gladding, a member of the Class of 1967 at Wake Forest, participated in the University’s Army ROTC program.  At Wake Forest, he was inducted into the National College Military Honor Society of Scabbard and Blade and was recognized for being among the top students in the University’s ROTC program.

According to the Department of the Army, the Hall of Fame induction is awarded to alumni “whose character and distinguished service epitomizes the qualities Army ROTC embodies.”

A June 10 induction ceremony at Fort Knox, Ky., will coincide with Army ROTC’s Centennial Commemoration Ceremony.  Gladding plans to attend the ceremonies.

Gladding received bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Wake Forest, in addition to receiving a master’s degree at Yale University and a doctorate at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.  He joined Wake Forest’s faculty in 1990 and has also served in administrative positions, including associate provost and assistant to the president for special projects.

Gladding is the author of the newly-published “The History of Wake Forest Volume 6.”