The Johns Hopkins Gazette: September 27, 1999
September 27, 1999
VOL. 29, NO. 5


Three Join the Faculty of SPSBE's Graduate Division of Education

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New to the faculty of the School of Professional Studies in Business and Education this semester are Angelique R. Arrington, Alan Green and Mary H. Guidon.

Angelique R. Arrington has been appointed assistant professor and coordinator of field experiences for the Master of Arts in Teaching program in the Graduate Division of Education. Most recently a research scientist in George Washington University's Department of Teacher Preparation and Special Education, Arrington helped establish the Urban Initiative, a partnership with Cardozo Senior High School and District of Columbia Public School System to prepare preservice teachers for urban teaching and to improve student achievement. Arrington earned her doctorate in English education: literature, reading and media education from NYU. Her professional experience includes teaching, research and administration work in New York and Washington public school systems; NYU; the City University of New York; George Washington University; Wesleyan University, where she was associate dean of admissions; and the Yale Child Study Center.

Alan Green has been appointed assistant professor in the Department of Counseling and Human Services in the Graduate Division of Education. Green earned his doctorate in counseling psychology, neuropsychology from Howard University and comes to Hopkins from New York University, where he was an assistant adjunct professor in the School of Education's Department of Applied Psychology. He also was a research associate and project director at the Metropolitan Center for Education and coordinated the center's Safe and Drug Free Schools Initiative. In addition, Green is co-investigator and project director for the U.S. Department of Education's Safe and Drug Free Schools Data Project.

Mary H. Guindon has been appointed assistant professor in the Department of Counseling and Human Services in the Graduate Division of Education. Guindon earned her doctorate in counselor education with concentrations in clinical mental health and career development at the University of Virginia. She comes to Hopkins from Rider University, where she was an associate professor of counseling services in the Graduate Department of Education and Human Services. Her areas of interest include adult development and transitions, gender issues, counselor accountability and school-based/mental health counselor collaboration.