Dr. Tommie Radd, a forward-thinking educational leader, and researcher established the Dr. Tommie Radd Professorship in School Counselor Education with Ohio University in 2020 to further her pioneering work in school counseling. Housed in the Department of Counseling and Higher Education in The Patton College of Education, the Radd Professorship provides the counseling faculty member who holds the professorship with annual research funding and other financial support and intellectual property to allow Dr. Radd’s scholarly work to be shared with school systems.
Counseling and Higher Education
The Department of Counseling and Higher Education has three academic program areas and two centers. The Human Services program offers a bachelor's degree of Applied Human and Consumer Sciences. The Counselor Education program offers master’s and doctoral degrees in Counselor Education. Higher Education and Student Affairs offers master’s degrees in College Student Personnel and Higher Education as well as a Ph.D. in Higher Education. Students come from across the country and outside the United States to study in these highly respected programs. Though different in many respects, they share a commitment to excellence in scholarship, leadership, and professionalism in their fields.
Dr. Tommy Radd Professorship