October 28, 2008
For immediate release
Drs. Tine Sloan and Steven Smith of UC Santa Barbara’s Gevirtz School will take part in UC Santa Barbara’s Graduate School Week, presented by UCSB Career Services. They will participate in admission panels that allow college seniors to meet and question admissions evaluators as a way to discover what they look for in graduate school applications. These events help students get an insider’s perspective and acquire an important edge in the admissions process.
Tine Sloan, Director of the Teacher Education Program at the Gevirtz School, will participate in the Teaching and Higher Education Admissions Panel on Wednesday, November 5 from 3-4:30 pm in Career Services Room 1109. Sloan will be one of the representatives from top educational programs who will provide information about the various degrees and credentials offered and explain what evaluators look for in an application package.
Steven Smith, Associate Professor in the Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology and Director of the Psychology Assessment Center, will participate in the Psychology and Social Work School Admissions Panel on Wednesday, November 5 from 5-6:30 pm in Career Services Room 1109. Smith particularly will focus on careers and schooling for clinical psychologists who have traditionally focused on the evaluation and treatment of clients with acute or chronic mental disorders and have worked in mental health centers, mental hospitals, and psychiatric units of general hospitals. Overall his panel will help answer questions for students hoping to enter programs such as PsyD, PhD, School Psychology, Marriage family therapy, and Masters in Social Work.
[Tine Sloan and Steven Smith are available for interviews; contact George Yatchisin at 805 893 5789]
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