Counseling Psychology Professor Cynthia McRae named United Methodist Church Teacher/Scholar
of the Year
Professor Cynthia McRae of the Counseling Psychology Program in the Morgridge College of Education, has been named the United Methodist Church Teacher/Scholar of the Year. This award recognizes an outstanding faculty member for contributions to scholarship and teaching at the University of Denver. Faculty are honored for exceptional teaching, concern for students, and commitment to high standards in professional and personal life. Dr. McRae's research interests include psychological adjustment of dialysis patients, Parkinson's disease and caregivers of Parkinson's patients, and self-efficacy as a predictor of adjustment to chronic illness.
Dr. McRae was recently named by the Society of Counseling Psychology Executive Board to serve as an Editorial Board Member for The Counseling Psychologist (TCP). The Counseling Psychologist is the crown jewel of Division 17 and the profession of Counseling Psychology.
The Morgridge College of Education faculty, students, and staff congratulate Dr. McRae on her award and her appointment!