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Glenn Doston

Professor Emeritus
Counseling & Higher Education
McCracken Hall 384
doston@ohio.edu
740.593.4462

Dr. Glenn Doston holds the B.S. in Secondary Education and Political Science from Southern University, and the M.A. in Social Science from Southern University. He received the Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Education from Northwestern University. Dr. Doston teaches courses in counselor education. His major research interests include clinical field based experiences, moral education, and multicultural education. Dr. Doston served as the Senior Associate Dean of the college for six years. He currently serves as special assistant to the Dean in the Patton College.

 

Most Recent Publications:
 
Doston, G. A. (2003). Deans, diversity, and leadership in SCDEs. Briefs: American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE), 24(2), 8-10.
 
Doston, G. A., & Tromski, D. (2003). Interactive drama: A method for experimental multicultural training. Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development31(1), 52-62.
 
Doston, G. A., & Garrett, J. (2001). Understanding your Christian students' attitude towards racism: Does training in the Christian religion cause racial prejudice? In R. M. Duhon-Sells, A.M. Duhon-Ross, & G.M. Duhon (Eds.),Scholars teaming to alleviate racism in society (STARS) (pp. 41-48). Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press.


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