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Military Families Learning Network Webinar Event

The Military Families Learning Network (MFLN) Family Development Concentration Area invites everyone to their upcoming webinar titled

“Latino Military Families: Current Issues & Implications for Clinical Work”

Date: March 5, 2015
Time: 11:00 am EST
Webinar Location: http://learn.extension.org/events/1845#.VlCjy9Ao4dU

Military Families Learning Network (MFLN) Family Development is housed within the VSU Marriage and Family Therapy Department. MFLN Family Development provides free professional development opportunities, resources, and work related information for military families. The organization also offer free webinars to educate mental health clinicians and family advocates.

For more information about MFLN, contact

Dr. Kacy Mixon – Project Director
Marriage and Family Therapy Department
College of Education and Human Services
Valdosta State University

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Bailey Salter – Communication Sciences & Disorders (Class of 2014 )

Bailey shares her thoughts on the Communication Sciences and Disorders program at the College of Education and Human Services.

Bailey Joiner Salter, 24, of Tifton, Ga., graduated from Valdosta State University on Dec. 13, 2014, with a Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Communication Sciences and Disorders. She is the daughter of Mark and Julie Joiner of McRae, Ga., and the wife of Ben Salter. She graduated from Telfair County High School in 2008. She graduated with honors from the University of Georgia in 2013, earning a Bachelor of Science in Education (B.S.Ed.) in Communication Sciences and Disorders. She is a member of the National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Her dream is to work in a school system where she will enable children with various disabilities and disorders to achieve academic and social success.





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Happy Valentine’s Day From The Educator

Happy Valentine’s Day from “The Educator”



New Book By Dr. Robert Spires

Book by Dr. SpiresDr. Spires, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Middle Secondary, Reading and Deaf Education, has officially released his newest book titled “Preventing Human Trafficking”

This book explores important insights into the work of NGOs in Thailand and the many challenges faced by these organizations, staff and the children they serve. The book proposes solutions to human trafficking issues/problems and how victims of trafficking may be protected.

Preventing Human Trafficking is available on Amazon,  Ashgate and from other booksellers worldwide

Congratulations Dr. Spires!


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