GSEAP Professors on ‘Education Notebook’

Submitted by Meg McCaffrey on September 23, 2011

Dr. Virginia Kelly and Dr. Paul Maloney were interviewed for the News 12 program, ‘Education Notebook.’ The GSEAP faculty members discussed the university’s many courses in which students are taught a semester’s worth of curriculum in a short period of time. These intense courses are popular with students, especially working adults.

The program airs this weekend on Channel 12 on Cablevision television. Show times: 8 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday 11:30 a.m. on both days 2 o’clock on Sunday and 3 on Saturday in the afternoon It also is broadcast on Monday. Please check your local listings as these times could change.

Dr. Virginia Kelly has been a counselor educator since 1993, and began teaching at Farifield University in the fall of 2001. Throughout her career, she has taught in CACREP-accredited doctoral and master’s level programs. In the counselor education department at Fairfield University, Dr. Kelly generally teaches: Theories of Counseling and Psycholtherapy, Research Methodology, Lifespan Human Development, and several of the school counseling courses.

Dr. Paul Maloney has consulted on organizational and human resources issues worldwide. His career includes senior level positions in management and organization development at the National Broadcasting Company (NBC), Mobil Oil Corporation, and PepsiCo International. After opening his own consulting business in 1987, Paul consulted with American Airlines, GE, Mobil, Chrysler, BBDO, Wilson Sporting Goods, Perrier, AlliedSignal, Kodak, and many other organizations. Paul conducted change management, executive coaching, and development programs in China, the UK, Greece, Egypt, Venezuela, France, Kenya, Sweden, Spain, Saudi Arabia, and numerous other international locations.

For more information, contact Meg McCaffrey / 254-4000, ext. 2726 / mmccaffrey@fairfield.edu

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