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 Greetings Art Therapy Majors,

Welcome back to another enriching semester at Ursuline!  I know that by now you are fairly well established in your classes and hope everything is going well for you.  What an exciting time it is for you to be studying new topics and gaining new skills along the way.  Enjoy!

I also wish to extend a warm welcome to our 20 new art therapy majors!!! I hope you all feel at home here and are settling in.  Please feel free to email me any time or stop by my office in PH 212 if you would like to become acquainted or if you have any questions about our program.  If you haven’t already made your initial advising appointment with your academic advisor (myself or Dr. Haaga), please do email us to make arrangements for this important meeting where we will discuss your goals and figure out how to get you there.  This meeting is also important as it helps me plan what courses to offer for you next semester.

 We are very fortunate to have the skills and talents of some amazing people who I’d also like to introduce here:

  • Welcome back Assistant Professor Dr. Molly O’Neill Haaga, part time faculty, and art therapy academic advisor!
  • Welcome to our new Adjunct Professor Dr. Cameron Plagens, who we successfully stole from the graduate program to teach Media and Methods!  :0)
  • Welcome to our new Art Therapy Studio Assistant, senior, Jillian DeCarlo who has been diligently organizing our supplies, and…
  • Welcome to our new Art Therapy Program Assistant, graduate CAT student and graphic designer, Mike Boyce!  (yes *that* Mike Boyce who was featured on our homepage a few weeks ago with his children’s book about being homeless!)

 I can’t wait to see what’s in store for us all this year!  When this many creative people get together, LOOK OUT!  We’re gonna move mountains.  Now on to some other important announcements and dates…



If you’d like to add a fun, one credit elective, our Beadwork elective that meets next weekend is still open!  See your advisor about registering for the one credit AT288.  Using a workshop format, students will gain basic skills and understanding of goal-oriented beadwork methods used within human services contexts.  The class meets next weekend: Friday, September 20 and Saturday, September 21, 9-5 pm both days.  It’s not too late to register~ see your advisor to sign up.