Eric Affsprung, assistant professor and psychological counselor
October - Eric Affsprung, assistant professor and psychological counselor with the Center for Counseling and Human Development, authored a review of two books about working with Native American college students, which was published in Making Connections: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Cultural Diversity.
Affsprung also recently authored an essay concerning the interface of detective fiction and the work of the psychotherapist, "Whodunnit? (And Why Do You Ask?)," which appeared in the Pennsylvania Psychologist.
November - Eric Affsprung, psychological counselor with the Center for Counseling and Human Development, authored an essay on the antisocial student that was recently published in the American College Counseling Association newsletter. Affsprung was also a recent guest lecturer at New York University speaking on antisocial behaviors on Wall Street. Additionally, he presented a poster on the legal challenges facing college counseling centers at the annual convention of the Pennsylvania Psychological Association and was elected to its board of directors. Among the PPA’s missions is to advocate for increased public access to psychological services and offer continuing education for psychologists.