Byron Hargrove

Director, Honors Program
Humanities and Social Sciences
School of Liberal Arts

Education

PhD, The University of Maryland at College Park
MA, The University of Maryland at College Park
BA, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Professional and Teaching Experience

  • Director, Honors Program, Berkeley College, July 2012 – present
  • Faculty, Humanities and Social Sciences, School of Liberal Arts, Berkeley College, July 2008 – present
  • Adjunct Faculty, The Graduate School – Division of Human Services, College of New Rochelle, September 2007 – present
  • Adjunct Faculty, The Public Policy Program, Saint Peter’s University, September 2007 – present
  • Adjunct Faculty, Dover Business College, July 2009
  • Adjunct Faculty, Humanities and Social Sciences, Berkeley College, July 2003 – June 2005
  • Associate Dean, Student Development and Campus Life, Berkeley College, July 2005 – June 2008
  • Program Coordinator, 1199 SEIU Training Fund/1199 SEIU Nursing Home, September2004 – June 2005
  • Academic/Career Counselor, Admissions and Counseling, Training & Upgrading Fund, 1199 SEIU/League, Employment, Training, & Job Security Fund, July 2002 – June 2004

Presentations, Publications, and Research

  • “How to Be a Rock Star at Work – Human Relations in the Workplace,” Berkeley College Alumni Reunion Weekend, 2013
  • “Some Like It Hot: Healthy Relationships and More,” ACPA Annual Convention, 2010
  • “Family interaction patterns, career planning attitudes, and vocational identity of high school adolescents,” Journal of Career Development, Volume 31, Issue 4, 2005
  • “Students and program faculty perceptions of multicultural training in marriage and family therapy programs and its relation to student perceptions of multicultural competence,”Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, Volume 30, Issue 3, 2004
  • “Multicultural counseling competencies in career counseling,” Handbook of Multicultural Counseling Competencies, Sage Publications, 2003
  • “Family interaction patterns as predictors of vocational identity and career decision-making self-efficacy,” Journal of Vocational Behavior, Volume 61, 2002
  • “Gender and its implications on help-seeking,” The Eastern Psychological Association, 2002
  • “Perceptions of career barriers among counseling and psychology graduate students,” The American Psychological Association Annual Conference, 2002

Awards and Recognitions

  • Faculty of the Year, School of Liberal Arts, Berkeley College, 2011
  • Associate of the Year for Student-Centered, Honorable Mention, Berkeley College, 2012 and 2007
  • Associate of the Year for Innovation, Honorable Mention, Berkeley College, 2005
  • Teaching Fellow, Professional Psychology and Family Therapy, Seton Hall University, 1997- 2002
  • Recognition of Service Award, Educational Opportunity Program, Seton Hall University, 2000

Professional Affiliations

  • Dissertation Chair and Committee Member, EdD in Executive Leadership Program, St. John Fischer College
  • Editorial Reviewer, Professional Psychology: Research and Practice
  • Participant, United Way of Putnam/Westchester County, Leadership Westchester, June 2006 - May 2007

Other Skills, Interests, and Activities

Dr. Hargrove hopes to complete a psychological self-help book titled “The Five Mindsets.”

 

 


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