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Dean of the College of Psychological Studies visits with Tampa SEC





Dean Grosby addresses the attendees.



Karen Grosby, Ed.D., dean of the College of Psychological Studies (CPS), visited the Tampa Student Educational Center (SEC) on Saturday, Jan. 28 for a CPS ‘Meet-and- Greet.’ More than 100 students, faculty, and staff, representing Mental Health Counseling, School Counseling, and School Psychology came out to meet with the dean.  The event, which included a luncheon, offered an excellent opportunity for the students to have individual sessions.

During her presentation, the dean provided an overview of the growth and future of CPS within the context of the university. She shared with the audience that the college has many distinguished faculty who, based on their qualification and level of expertise in their field, could have chosen to go to any other institution but they chose to come to NSU and this speaks volume for the reputation of the university.  Dean Grosby rounded out her Tampa visit with a meeting with members of NSU-Tampa Graduate Association for School Psychology (GRASP).

The audience was very appreciative of the dean’s visit and is looking forward to her next trip to the Tampa Student Educational Center.