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Faculty Spotlight
Prof. Richard Chester joined our School of Pscyhology & Counseling as Program Chair for Addictions Counseling on March 15, 2018. Richard has 30+ years of experience in Mental Health and Substance Abuse Counseling, both as faculty and as an Employee Assistance Program consultant. Since 1995, Richard has been a senior consultant in the EAP at Massachusetts General Hospital/Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Richard’s areas of expertise include: Substance Abuse Counseling, Addictions, Mental Health Counseling, Critical Incident Stress Debriefing, Workplace Intervention, Stress Management, Domestic Violence, Mediation, Employee Relations, Grief, Depression, Family/Marital Conflict, Crisis Intervention, Suicidality, and Workplace Diversity Issues. Richard is a licensed Mental Health Counselor and a Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP). He received his graduate training at Cambridge College and is a 1984 alum of SOPC. Please join us in welcoming Richard to his new position.
Program Spotlight
Carrie Wilson is an Elementary Science Specialist at the Bennikar Charter School in Cambridge. She’s also a student in one of our many science programs. In her “Teaching Science & Technology in Early Childhood & Elementary Curriculum” class, she was tasked with developing a design/engineering demonstration that addressed the Engineering Standards in the MA Science Frameworks for 2016. Carrie addressed the concept that many engineering design/structures are derived from the natural world. “In this demo,” explains Professor John Papadonis (who is also shown in the picture), “Carrie has taken a total of 12 paper cups and added two pieces of cardboard on top of each layer of cups. It is in fact, the cylindrical design of the paper cups that is supporting all of her weight. This concept is borrowed from the design of plant stems in the natural world.” Well done, Carrie!