ACEL graduate students attend NAE4-HA

The 2019 NAE4-HA Conference with the theme “Mountains of Opportunity” was held at the Greenbriar Resort in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia.  Several ACEL students, faculty and alumni were in attendance.

Current ACEL PhD student Katie Feldhues presented a program showcase titled “Empowering your Emotional Intelligence” with ACEL alums Hannah Epley ’14 PhD and Crystal Ott ’17 MS. Current ACEL PhD student Christy Clary ’08 presented a poster titled “Communicating with Clientele – There’s an App for That!”. Clary was also recognized with the Excellence in Healthy Living Programming Award, along with ACEL alum Jessica Rockey ’02 MS.

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Current MS student Frances Nicol ’18 presented a program seminar with ACEL alum Leslie Cooksey ’05, ’12 MS, Doug Foxx and Aubry Fowler titled “Own Your Mountain – Take Your Best Hike to Training Camp Counselors”.

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Nicol, Foxx, Fowler and Cooksey

Current ACEL PhD student Margo Long presented a program showcase titled “Beyond the Standards of Success”.

Margo Long before she presented her presentation at NAE4-HA.

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ACEL faculty member Scott Sheer gave a workshop presentation with Christy Millhouse, and ACEL alum Rhonda Williams ’03 MS titled “Guiding Volunteers to the Summit by Putting into Practice the New 4-H Cloverbud Volunteer Guidebook.”

Congratulations to all who presented and attended!

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