Millersville University, Faculty Senate

Attachment A

Faculty Senate Minutes

3 September 1996


TO: Millersville University Faculty Senate
FROM: Department of Counseling and Human Development
RE: Resolution for Emeritus Status for Associate Professor Dorothy Harris
DATE: August 28, 1996

RESOLUTION

WHEREAS Dorothy Harris, Associate Professor/Psychologist retired in June, 1996 after 29 years of service to Millersville University in the Center for Counseling and Human Development; and
WHEREAS Associate Professor Harris had seen hundreds of students for academic, personal and vocational counseling during her tenure in the Counseling Center; and
WHEREAS Associate Professor Harris faithfully served as Chair and Director of the Department of Counseling and Human Development from June, 1981 until May, 1985; and
WHEREAS Associate Professor Harris earned her license as a Psychologist in the State of Pennsylvania in 1973 to better serve the students of the University; and
WHEREAS Associate Professor Harris presented numerous workshops for University students, including the popular relaxation maze; and
WHEREAS Associate Professor Harris served on many University and campus-wide committees, including the Noonan Fund Committee and Wellness Committee; and
WHEREAS Associate Professor Harris has served on many departmental committees and task forces, including Faculty Evaluation, Search Committees, Program Review; and
WHEREAS Associate Professor Harris served as faculty advisor for the Non-Traditional Student Association; and
WHEREAS Associate Professor Harris served as coordinator for many of the institutional testing programs which were offered through Millersville University, including PRAXIS Testing for teacher certification, CLEP, MAT, NLN, WATSON-GLASER, TOEFL, LSAT, etc.; and
WHEREAS Associate Professor Harris served as a member of Faculty Senate and APSCUF for numerous years; and
WHEREAS Associate Professor Harris was an active member of several professional organizations, including the American Psychological Association, Pennsylvania Psychological Association, American Personnel and Guidance Association and Association of Counseling Center Faculty; and
WHEREAS Associate Professor Harris served as Chair of the Sexual Assault and Survivor Support Committee, which was responsible for a series of workshops for the community and the development of two pamphlets for students who have been sexually assaulted; and

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: That Associate Professor Dorothy Harris be granted the honorary title of Associate Professor of Counseling and Human Development Emeritus.