Rolla Counseling Team Wins 2nd Place in Ethics Competition

| February 13, 2012
Webster University Counseling

Stephanie Dautenhahn, Arti Dautenhahn and Katy Goslin.

A team of counseling students from Webster University’s campus location in Rolla, Mo., has won second place in the American Counseling Association (ACA) 2011-2012 Graduate Students Ethics Competition, with a paper titled Masters Level Ethical Dilemma.

Authors Arti and Stephanie Dautenhahn (husband and wife) and Katy Goslin made a natural team, with Goslin and Stephanie Dautenhahn working together at Boys and Girls Town of Missouri.

“This achievement is exciting for the Rolla team, campus, and our program as a whole,” said Stacy Henning, worldwide director of Webster’s Counseling program. “We are very proud.”

Ben Shriver, adjunct faculty and faculty coordinator at Rolla, echoed that praise. “Arti, Stephanie, and Katy are excellent students in all areas, giving their full efforts to every project.”

The Rolla team will receive their award during the ACA annual conference, to be held March 21-25 in San Francisco — with Henning there to do the presenting.

Read the full story at Global Thinking, the blog of the College of Arts & Sciences.

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