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All CECP students passed their comprehensive examinations this spring! On the CPCE, the mean score for all CECP students was 101.32, and the range was 92 to 120. The mean score nationally was 85.61, and the standard deviation was 15.21. Based on our department criteria the pass rate is 78 this year.
Similarly, the school counseling students’ scores on the PRAXIS II well exceeded the state cut-off score of 156. By the way, it should also be noted that school counseling students also took the CPCE as a part of our assessment system this year, and all of these students had scores that would have also been passing within the department and exceeded national means. Congratulations!!
These results are once again decidedly newsworthy, and so they are rightfully recounted on our web site at the following link: http://www.marquette.edu/education/news/CECPExamScores2014.shtml
Kelsey Callahan, Christie Hyland and Amanda Rattazzi, 1st year masters in counseling students received a Janz Scholarship.
Elizabeth Wescott, 1st year masters in counseling student received a Burton Scholarship.
Nichelle Rothong, Counseling Psychology, Ph.D. student who is currently on internship, student received a Booz Scholarship.
Brittney Gresl, Counseling Psychology Ph.D. student who is currently on internship accepted a postdoc offer in Critical Care Medicineat Nationwide Children's Hospitalin Columbus, Ohio.
Nichelle Rothong, a Counseling Psychology Ph.D student was offered a neuropsychologist postdoc position at St. Louis Veterans Medical Center.
William Caperton, a Counseling Psychology Ph.D student successfully defended his dissertation proposal.Jared Daigle, a masters in school counseling student, received a Milwaukee Area Teachers Scholarship.