American Counseling Association Award Winners-2003

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American Counseling Association Award Winners-2003


Michael K. Altekruse Arthur A. Hitchcock Distinguished Professional Service Award

Senator Paul Wellstone A CA Legislative Service Award

Kathryn L. Norsworthy Kitty Cole Human Rights Award

William Glasser ACA Professional Development Award

Michael D'Andrea Arthur A. Hitchcock Distinguished Professional Service Award

Spencer G. Niles David K. Brooks Jr. Distinguished Mentor Award

Tim Hofmann Carl D. Perkins Government Relations Award

Kristy L. McNulty Glen E. Hubele National Graduate Student Award

Darcy Haag Granello ACA Research Award

Edwin L. Herr ACA Extended Research Award

Jane Rosen-Grandon Don Dinkmeyer Social Interest Award

Judy Ritterman Presidential Award for Legislative Excellence

Doris Rhea Coy The Gilbert & Kathleen Wrenn Award for a Humanitarian and Caring Person

Victoria A. Sardi Courtland C. Lee Multicultural Excellence Scholarship Award

Gerald A. Juhnke Ralph E Berdie Memorial Research Award

Arnold Lazarus ACA Presidential Award

Jill Packman ACA Best Practices Research Award

Julia Shcherbakova ACA Best Practices Research Award

Charlene M. Kampfe ACA Best Practices Research Award

Sylvia Nassar-McMillan ACA Best Practices Research Award

Craig Cashwell ACA Best Practices Research Award

Tammy Cashwell ACA Best Practices Research Award

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