Tae Sun Kim, a doctoral student in the Department of Counseling Psychology, has been selected as the Donald E. Super Fellowship Winner for 2012-13.
The Fellowship is awarded to support dissertation research on a topic related to career development. According to Division 17 of the American Psychological Association awards committee, Kim was selected because she developed a "sophisticated research that conducted a cross-cultural study of vocational calling using the CVQ-KR to explore the nomological network, convergent and divergent validity of the CVQ-K2 and the CVQ-KR in Korean with students in the United States and Korea. [Kim's study] was well-written and had a strong methodology."
Ms. Kim has published nine articles and made eight presentations, many of which are in the area of career development and instrument construction. Kim has been invited to attend the Division 17 Business Meeting at the APA Conference in August, where her accomplishment will be formally acknowledged to the Society of Counseling Psychology (SCP) membership. She will receive a monetary award of $1,000 and a plaque identifying her professional achievements and distinguished service to counseling health psychology.
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