The Graduate School's Convocation brings together students and faculty from education and counseling psychology professions in an interdisciplinary exploration of fundamental issues affecting personal development and professional life. This crossing of disciplinary borders encourages participants to consider new ways of researching, learning, and solving real-world problems common across social service professions. Convocation is designed to welcome students to the community and inspire them to shape a more just, inclusive, equitable, and compassionate world.
Students enrolled the following degree programs must complete Convocation:
- Any M.A.T. program
- Ed.S. in Educational Studies
- M.Ed. in School Counseling
- Ed.S. in School Psychology
- M.A. in Professional Mental Health Counseling
- M.A. in Professional Mental Health Counseling—Addictions
- M.A. in Marriage, Couple, and Family Therapy
- M.A. in Student Affairs Administration
Students in the following programs are exempt from participation in Convocation:
- M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction
- M.Ed. in Special Education
- M.Ed. with Preliminary Administrator License
- Ed.S. in Administration with Preliminary and Professional Administrator Licenses
- Ed.D. in Education Leadership
CORE 500 Convocation
Content: Convocation is the opportunity for the Graduate School community to come together across disciplines to honor the collective work we do. Convocation integrates students into the larger Lewis Clark community, and makes cross-disciplinary connections. In service of these goals, students and faculty will share reflections about the role of creativity, compassion, and commitment in their respective professions and engage in small group discussions using a collection of common readings as catalysts.
Credits: 0 semester hours.