Assistant Professor David Bright Publishes Three New Articles

David Bright

David Bright, Assistant Professor of Counselor Education

Assistant Professor of Counselor Education David Bright has published three articles over the course of the summer. These include an examination of the moderating impact of gender on the protective influence of school connectedness in students experiencing bullying, a conceptual exploration of place based career development interventions for rural students, and a review of rural community dynamics and their impact on school counselors. You can check out the articles here:

“Peer Victimization and Loneliness: The Moderating Role of School Connectedness by Gender in the Journal of School Counseling”

“Place Based Education as a Tool for Rural Career Development in the Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision”

“Rural Community Dynamics: Implications for School Counselors in the Journal of Counselor Education and Supervision”

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