© 2017 Rosie Phillips Bingham for APA President

Education:

Ph.D.              August 31, 1977, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio

                        Major:  Counseling Psychology

 

M.A.               December, 1973, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio

                        Major:  Counseling and Guidance

 

B.A.                May 30, 1971, Elmhurst College, Elmhurst, Illinois

                        Major:  Sociology/Education

 

Professional Experience:

University of Memphis

 

1985-Present           Professor, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology & Research and Department of Psychology

 

Teach Supervison of Doctoral Practicum for students in Counseling Psychology

 

Teach Career Counseling for Masters students in Counseling, Educational Psychology and Research

 

May, 2003 – August, 31, 2016          Vice President for Student Affairs

University of Memphis

 

The Vice President reported to the President, served as a member of the President's executive council and had responsibility for a major division within the university, directing most of the non‑academic student‑related functions. The division of Student Affairs has approximately 150 full‑time employees and 20 departments reporting through an Associate Vice President for Student Life/Dean of Students and an Assistant Vice President for Student Development.  The Vice President has fiscal responsibilities for a budget of $40 million.

 

December, 1993 – April, 2003          Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs/Student Development

University of Memphis

 

Directed and coordinated programs and formulated and developed policies for Student Development, Center for Student Development (Psychological, Career, Academic Support, Testing,) disability services, career and employment services, student health services.  Assured development and use of innovative programs, policies and procedures.  Reviewed budget and directed appropriations of assigned units.  Represented the University in community issues as appropriate.

 

February 1985 – December 1993     Director, Center for Student Development

University of Memphis (formerly Memphis State University)

 

Managed a comprehensive student development center with a full-time staff of 32 (including 4 interns in an APA approved pre-doctoral program in psychology) and numerous part-time staff.     

 

 

University of Florida

8/83-2/85                                             Associate Director, Counseling Center.

                                               

9/78-7/83                                             Counseling Psychologist, University Counseling Center

                                                           

Ohio Dominican College

9/76-7/78                                             Director, Academic Development Center and Assistant Professor of Psychology

                                                           

9/75 to 8/76                                         Intern, Department of Psychology

 

Ohio State University

9/73-8/75                                             Intern, Counseling Psychology, Counseling Center

 

9/72-8/73                                             Student Personnel Assistant

Assistant Residence Hall Director

 

6/71-8/72                                             Assistant Manager, Illinois Bell Telephone

 

Courses Taught:                               The University of Memphis: ACAD 1100: Introduction to the University

                                                                                                           

Graduate Seminar in multicultural counseling-Department of Psychology

 

Supervision and Introduction to Counseling Theories – Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology & Research

 

Introduction to Counseling Theories - Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology & Research

 

Introduction to Counseling, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology & Research, Graduate practicum courses

                                                           

University of Florida:  Vocational Counseling Psychology,  Career and Life Planning, Diet and exercise for weight control.           

 

 

Consulting/Training Sample:

Various classes, seminars, & departments at the University of Memphis-Annually Ethnic and Multicultural Workshops in New Hampshire, Missouri, Oregon, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Illinois, Florida, Ohio, Georgia, Texas, Tennessee, Massachusetts, etc . 1980-present

 

Cross Cultural Training and Racism Workshops, 1) The University of Tennessee 2) Dyersburg State Community College, 3) Shelby State Community College 4) Adult and Commuter Services, 5) The University of Memphis , Sexual Assault Resources Center, area hospitals, Mental Health Staff of The Memphis City School System, etc., 1989-Present

 

Site Visitor - International Association of Counseling Center Services, 1986-1994

 

Site Visitor - American Psychological Association - 1993 to 2006

APA Accreditation Appeal Panel 2006-2007

 

Executive management and professional development for various groups including; Executive Women International, YWCA, Urban League, MLG & W, local Churches, Delta Sigma Theta, Alpha Kappa Alpha, University of Tennessee, LeMoyne Owen College, North Florida Public Health Nurses, Association of Business Women,  Women seeking Tenure at the University of Memphis, etc. 1980-present

 

Professional Organizations:

American Board of Professional Psychology

American Psychological Association Member, Division 1, 17, 29, 35, 45, 51

Association of Black Psychologists

American Association for Counseling & Development-Past Member

Association for Multicultural Development-Past Member

American College Personnel Association-Past Member

Academy of Counseling Psychologists

Association of Public and Land Grant Universities (APLU – formerly, National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges, NASULGC)

National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA)

Memphis Area Psychological Association

Tennessee Psychological Association

 

Leadership Positions: 

Association of Public and Land Grant Universities (APLU)

Chair, Council on Student Affairs, Association of Public and Land Grant Universities, 2011

Chair-elect, Council on Student Affairs, Association of Public and Land Grant Universities, 2010

Conference Host and Organizer, Southeast Chief Student Affairs Officers, 2011.

NASULGC (Now APLU)-Board on Quality of the Academic Environment &Undergraduate Experience 1994-1998

 

American Psychological Association

APA Finance Committee, Vice Chair, 2017

APA, Finance Committee, 2014-16

APA, Board of Directors, 2009 – 2011

APA Council of Representatives, Division 1, 2012 -2015

Board of Educational Affairs, 2008 

APA, Council of Representatives Division 17, 2001-2007

Past President-Division 17-APA, 1999-2000

President-Division 17-APA, 1998-1999

President Elect - Division 17-APA, 1997-98

Vice President for Diversity & Public Interest - Division 17- APA, 1993-1996

National Multicultural Conference and Summit- Host & Co-Organizer, 1999 & 2001

 

APA Committees, Task Forces  & Boards:

APA President Nadine Kaslow Advisory Board 2013

APA Board of Director’s Standing Hearing Panel, 2012

Society of Counseling Psychology Leadership Academy Co-Chair, 2012

APA Board of Directors Working Group on Seating of the Ethnic Minority Psychological

            Association

APA Good Governance Project

Caucuses on the Council of Representatives

  • Ethnic Minorities

  • Women

  • Public Interest

  • Coalition of Scientists and Practitioners

APA Women's Caucus, Member at Large, 2006, 2007, Chair Elect 2013, Chair 2014

APA BAPPI Public Sector Awards Committee, 2007

APA COUNT Executive Committee 2002, Chair 2003-2004

APA Board for Professional Affairs, Chair 2005

APA President Robert Sternberg's Unity Group 2002

APA President Norine Johnson's Minority Advisory Group 2001

APA President Richard Suinn's Kitchen Cabinet 1998-1999

Awards & Recognition Committee, Division 17, APA, 1996-1997

Professional Examination Service Task Force on Practice Analysis 1993-1995

Ethics Committee, American Psychological Association, 1991-1994

Committee on Ethnic & Cultural Diversity, APA, Division 17, 1989-1993 (Chair, 1991-1992)

Committee on Women, APA, Division 17, 1989-1992

Program Committee - Division 17, 1989-1991

Ad Hoc Reviewer - The Counseling Psychologist, 1988-1989

Selection committee Member for editor of The Counseling Psychologist, 1988-1989

Regional Steering Committee, Division 17, APA, 1987-1988

American Psychological Association-Policy & Planning Board, 2000-2002

APA Selection Committee member for Editor of the Journal of Counseling Psychology 1997-1998

APA- Chair, Committee on the recognition of specialties and proficiencies in Professional Psychology Task Force on the use of the Term "Clinical", 1997-1998

 

Association for University and College Counseling Center Directors: (AUCCCCD)

Executive Committee, Conference Host, 1994

Past Chair, 1989-1990

Chair, 1988-89

Chair Elect, 1987-1988          

Board member, 1986

 

International Association of Counseling Center Service (IACS)

Past President, 1995

Chair Nomination Committee, 1995

IACS President, 1994

IACS President Elect, 1993 

(IACS) Board member, 1987- 1992

 

 

Editorial Board - Journal of Clinical Psychology: In Session 2005 to 2011

Editorial Board - Journal of Career Assessment, 1993-present

Editorial Board - Journal of Counseling Psychology, 1999-2005

Editorial Board - Journal of College Student Development, 1997-2000

 Editorial Board - The Journal of Counseling and Development, 1990-1993

Editorial Board - The Counseling Psychologist, 1989-1992

 

NASPA

Editorial Board - NASPA Journal: 2007 to 2010

Region III Conference Fundraising Chair 2014 (over $25,000 raised)

 

Other

Chairperson, President's Committee on Minority Student Affairs, 1984-1985

State Secretary, Florida Personnel and Guidance Association FANWC Division, 1982

President, University of Florida Caucus of Black Faculty and Staff, 1981

Executive Member, United Florida Faculty

 

Public Service:

Baptist Women’s Hospital Board of Directors, 2009 - present

New Memphis Institute (formerly The Leadership Academy), Board of Trustees, 2010-present

Junior League of Memphis, Community Advisory Board, 2014 - present

Lifeblood: Mid-South Regional Blood Center, Board of Directors, 2009 - 2012

Women’s Foundation for a Greater Memphis, Chair, Board of Directors, 2006-2008; Board member

            1995-2003; Trustee 2010-present

Second Chance/Ready for Work Task Force (Mayor of Memphis Ex-Offender Program) 2004-2005

State Work Force Development Board (Governors Workforce Development Board) 2005 - present

NEXUS Mentoring Program, 2003-2004

American Council on Education (ACE-NIP) National Identification Program, 1995-1997

Diversity Roundtable, 1995-1997

Free the Children (County Anti-Poverty Program), Board of Directors, 1991-1999

United Way Education Board (Memphis), 1987-1990

Memphis Planned Parenthood Association, 1986-1991

Advisory Board, Santa Fe Community College, 1982-1984

North Central Florida Regional Planning Council, appointed by Governor, 1983-1984

Altrusa International Professional & Business Women's Service Club (Corresponding Secretary, 1983)

Delta Sigma Theta Public Service Sorority (Vice President Local, 1982-1984)

 

Licensure/Certification:

Licensed Psychologist, State of Tennessee (PC001123).

ABPP Certification in Counseling Psychology- American Board of Professional Psychology (12-22-93)

 

Publications:

 

Bingham, R. P. & Cornish, J. A. E. (2016). Colleges and universities. In John C. Norcross, Gary R.             Vandenbos, & Donald K. Freedheim (Eds.), APA Handbook of Clinical Psychology, Volume 1, Roots and Branches (pp. 411-420). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. R

 

Bingham, R. (2015). The role of university and college counseling centers in advancing the professionalization of psychology. American Psychologist, 70(8), 792-796.

 

Bingham, R., A. Bureau, D., & Duncan, A. (Eds.). (2015). Leading assessment for student success: Ten tenets that change culture and practice in student affairs (1st ed., Vol. 1, p. 169). Sterling, Virginia: Stylus.

 

Bingham, R. P. (2011). Right-sizing the workforce: Changing role of vocational psychology. Journal of Career Assessment, 19:306-315. R

 

Weddle-West, K. & Bingham, R. P. (2010). Enhancing Recruitment, persistence and graduation rates of students of color from P-22: The roles of senior administrator in higher education. National Forum of Applied Educational Research Journal. 24:1 & 2, 7-20.  R

 

Bingham, R. P. (September 22, 2010) Shining a Light on Invisible Microaggressions [Review of the book Microaggressions in Everyday Life: Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation]. PsycCRITIQUES, 55 (38), 4. R

 

Vasquez, M. J. T. & Bingham, R. P. (2011) Ethics in Counseling Psychology. In Altmaier, E. & Hansen, J., (Eds). Oxford Handbook of Counseling Psychology. R

 

Bingham, R. P. (2009) Empowerment through Inclusion: Education and Employment. In Chin, J. L., (Ed). Diversity In Mind and Action: Disparities and Competence: Service Delivery, Education, and Employment Contexts. 2nd Vol.  R

 

Bingham, R. P. (2009) My Life is a Balance Between…. In Ponterotto, J., Casas, J. M., Suzuki, L. A., & Alexander, C. M., (Eds). Handbook of Multicultural Counseling. 3rd Ed. R

 

Vasquez, M. J. T., Bingham, R. P., & Barnett, J. (2008). Psychotherapy termination and ethical responsibilities.  Journal of Clinical Psychology, 64:5, 653-665.  R

 

Bingham, R. P. (2008). Biography of W. B. Walsh, Encyclopedia of Counseling Psychology. R

 

Bingham, R.P., Ward, C.M., McGhee, M.  (2006) Career Counseling with African American Women.  In Walsh, W.B., and Heppner, M. J., (Eds). Second Edition.  Career Counseling with Women. (pp.165-195).  Hillsdale, N.J: Lawrence Erlbaum. R

 

Bingham, R. P., (2005) Setting the Counseling Psychology Agenda:  Principled Commitments Balanced With Market Realities, A reaction to "Empirical Reflections on Academic Training Programs in Counseling Psychology: Contexts and Commitments," The Counseling Psychologist, 33, 676-682. R

 

Spruill, J., Rozensky, R. H., Stigall, T. T., Vasquez, M., Bingham, R. P., & Olvey, C. D. (2004). Becoming a competent clinician: Basic competencies in intervention, Journal of Clinical Psychology, 60, 741 – 754.  R

 

Bingham, R.P.(2003) "Fostering  Human Strength:  A counseling Psychology Perspective."  In Walsh, W.B (Ed) Counseling Psychology and Optimal Human Functioning.(pp. 279 -296).  Mahwah, N.J: Lawrence Erlbaum.  R

 

Bingham, R.P., (2002) The Issue May be the Integration of Personal and Career Issues,  A reaction to "The reintegrating vocational psychology and counseling psychology. "  The Counseling Psychologist, 30, 933-936. R

 

Bingham, R.P., Porche- Burke, L., James, S., Sue, D. W., Vasquez, M. J. (2002) A report on the National Multicultural Conference and Summit II.  Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 8, 75-87. R

 

Bingham, R.P. & Krantz, J., (2001) Career & vocational assessment (1997-1998): A Biennial Review.  Journal of Career Assessment, 9, issue 1. R

 

Bingham, R.P. & Ward, C.M.   (2001) Career counseling with African American males and females.  In Walsh, W.B., Bingham, R.P., Brown, M., & Ward, C.M. (Eds.) Career counseling for African Americans.  Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. R

 

Gilbert, L. A., &  Bingham, R. P. (2001) Career counseling with African American dual-career families. In Walsh, W.B., Bingham, R.P., Brown, M., & Ward, C.M. (Eds.)  Career counseling for African Americans.  Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. R

 

Walsh, W.B., Bingham, R.P., Brown, M., & Ward, C.M. (Eds.) (2001).  Career Counseling for African Americans.  Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. R

 

Bingham, R.P., (2000) Multicultural career counseling in Kummerow, J., New Directions.  Palo Alto, CA:  Davies-Black Publishing. R

 

Bingham, R.B. (2000) 1999 Presidential Address: Lessons Learned at the Half-Century Mark The Counseling Psychologist 2000; 28; 143. R

 

Sue, D.W., Bingham, R.P., Porche-Burcke, L., & Vasquez, M., (1999).  The diversification of        psychology: A multicultural revolution. American Psychologist, 54, 1061-1069. R

 

Ward, C.M. Bingham, R.P.(1997)  Theory into assessment: A model for women of color. Journal of Career Assessment, 5,4.403-418. R

 

Bingham, R. P. & Ward, C.M. (1996).  Career counseling with Ethnic Minority Women: A practical application.   In Walsh, W. Bruce and Savickas, Mark L. (Eds.).Integrating Career Theory and Practice.   Palo Alto, CA:  Consulting Psychologists Press. R

 

Fouad, N. & Bingham, R.P., (1995).  Career counseling with racial/ethnic minorities. In W. B. Walsh & S.H. Osipow,(Eds). Handbook of Vocational Psychology (2nd ed.) Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. R

 

Bingham, R.P., Ward, C.M.   (1994).  Career counseling with ethnic minority women.  In Walsh, W.B., and Osipow, S., (Eds). Career Counseling with Women. (pp.165-195).  Hillsdale, N.J: Lawrence Erlbaum. R

 

Ward, C.M., Bingham, R.P., (1993).  Career assessment of ethnic minority women. Journal of Career Assessment.  1, 246-257. R

 

Bingham, R.P. (1992).  Reaction to implications of an africentric worldview in reducing stress for African American women.  Journal of Counseling and Development. 71, (2), 191. R

 

Mason, C.H. & Bingham, R.P. (1988).  Developing a sensitivity for culture and ethnicity in family violence.  In Horton, A.L. & Williamson, J.A. (Eds.) Abuse and Religion: When praying isn't enough. R

 

Neimeyer, G. J., Fukuyama, M.A., Bingham, R. P., Hall L.E., & Mussenden, M.E. (1986).  Training cross cultural counselors:  A comparison of the pro-counselor and anti-counselor triad model.  Journal of Counseling and Development, 64, (7), 437-439. R

 

Walsh, W.B., Bingham, R.P., & Sheffey, M. (1986).  Holland's theory and college educated black men and women.  Journal of Vocational Behavior, 29, 194-200. R

 

Sheffey, M.A., Bingham, R.P. & Walsh, W.B. (1986) Concurrent validity of Holland's theory for college educated black men.  Journal of  Multicultural Counseling and Development, 64,(7), 437-439. R

 

Mussenden, M.E. & Bingham, R.P. (1985).  Hispanic academic enrichment group:  An outreach strategy for counseling academically under-achieving Hispanics. Journal of College Student Personnel, 26, (4), 356-358. R

 

Parker, W.M., Bingham, R.P., Suchman, D., Mary Fukuyama, M. (1985). Improving cross cultural effectiveness of counselor trainees. Counselor Education and Supervision, 24, (4), 349-352. R

 

Bingham, R.P., Fukuyama, M., Suchman, D., & Parker, W.M. (1984).  Ethnic student walk-in: Expanding the scope. Journal of College Student Personnel, 25, 168-10169. R

 

Bingham, R.P. (1980) Counseling ethnic minorities.  In Pietrofessa and Minor (Eds.), The Counseling Process. R

 

Bingham, R.P. & Tucker, C.M. (1981). The counseling center practitioner as researcher. Personnel and Guidance Journal, 59, 531-536. R

 

Bingham, R.P. (1979).  Assertive training for Black women.  University of Florida Psychological and Vocational Counseling Center Monograph Series, 3.

    

Bingham, R.P. (1979). Using fantasy in doing vocational counseling with Black students. University of Florida Psychological and Vocational Counseling Center Monograph Series, 3.

 

Walsh, W.B., Horton, J., & Bingham, R.P. (1979).  A comparison of the concurrent validity of Holland's theory with college-degreed Black women and college degreed White women.  Journal of Vocational Behavior, 13, 217-223.  R

 

Bingham, R.P. & Walsh, W.B. (1978) Concurrent validity of Holland's theory for college-degreed black women. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 13, 242-250.  R

 

 

Presentations:

 

Bingham, R.P., Henley, B., Adams-Gaston, J., Avery, B., (2017). African American Women Vice Presidents for Student Affairs. NASPA Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX.

 

Bingham, R. P. (2017). Impacting Poverty: Roles and responsibilities of career counselors. National Career Development Association Practitioner Institute, Memphis, TN.

 

Bingham, R.P., Sue, D. W., Vasquez, M. (2017). Keynote Panelists for the American Psychological Association National Multicultural Conference and Summit, Portland, OR.

Armitage, D., Bingham, R. P. & Staten, S. (2016). Retirement or late career moves: Lessons learned. SACSA Annual Conference, Jacksonville, Fla.

 

Armitage, D., Bingham, R. P. & Staten, S. (2016) Retirement or late career moves: Lessons

            learned. NASPA Region III Summer Symposium, Gatlinburg, TN.

 

Bingham, R.P. & Woods, B. (2016). Assessment in Student Affairs. University of West

            Virginia.

 

Bingham, R. P. (2016). Division 17 Roundtable on the Independent Review. APA Annual

            Convention, Toronto.

 

Armitage, D. & Bingham, R. P. & Dorer, Tom. & Groenendyk, P (2014) Merging Student Development Theory with Campus Business Models. NASPA Summer Symposium, Lake Buena Vista, Florida.

 

Bingham, R.P. (2014). Leaders do the right thing. Leadership Institute for Women in Psychology. Washington, D. C.  (Invited Keynote).

 

Bingham, R. P. (2014). Mentoring roundtable, Division for the Society of Counseling Psychology. American Psychological Association Convention, Washington, D. C.

 

Bingham, R. P., Armitage, D., Groenendyk, P., Dorer, T., & Grana, M. (2014). Merging student development theory with campus business models. NASPA Region III Summer Symposium, Orlando, Florida.

 

Bingham, R. P. (2014). Distinguished Panelist, African American Women’s Summit, National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Annual Conference, Washington, D. C.

 

Bingham, R. P. (2013). Distinguished Panelist, African American Women’s Summit, National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida.

 

Bingham, R. P., Duncan, A. G., Hester, E. B., Keppler, K., Schafer, W., Woods, B. A. (2013). 10 Tenets for Assessment Success in Student Affairs, National Association of Student Personnel Administrators annual conference, Orlando, Florida.

 

Bingham, R. P. (2013). Region III Vice President/Senior Student Affairs Officer and Graduate Student Roundtable, National Association of Student Personnel Administrators annual conference, Orlando, Florida.

 

Bingham, R. P. (2014). Mentoring roundtable, Division for the Society of Counseling Psychology. American Psychological Association Convention, Honolulu, Hawaii.

 

Bingham, R. P. (2012) Changing Role of Multicultural Psychologists in Leadership Positions in Advancing Social Justice Issues.  30th International Congress of Psychology, Cape Town, South Africa.

 

Bingham, R. P. (2012). APA Ethics Code & the Diversity Guidelines.  Tennessee Psychological Association annual convention.  Nashville.

 

Bingham, R. P. (2012). APA Ethics Code & Diversity Guidelines: A Compass to Culturally  Competent Practice. Georgia State University Cultural Competence Conference, Atlanta, Georgia (Invited Keynote).

 

Bingham, R. P. (2012). The role of career counselors in right-sizing the workforce. Oregon Career  Development Association State Conference, Portland, Oregon (Invited Keynote).

 

Bingham, R. P. (2011). Changing roles and responsibilities for vocational psychologists: “Right-sizing” the workforce. Vocational Designing and Career Counseling International Conference, Padova, Italy (Invited Keynote).

 

Armitage, D. & Bingham, R. P. (2011) Finding new revenue: Our new chartered course. NASPA Summer Symposium, Savannah, Georgia.

 

Bingham, R. P. (2011),  Panelist---American Psychological Association (Washington, DC)

 

Bingham, R. P. (2010),  Panelist---American Psychological Association (Toronto, Canada)

 

Bingham, R. P. (2009). Keynote Address, Association for University and College Counseling Center Directors, Ashville, NC.

 

Bingham, R. P. (2008). Conference Speaker, Georgia State University Cultural Competency Conference, Atlanta, GA.

 

Bingham, R. P. (2008).  Winter Roundtable, New York (Invited Keynote).

 

Bingham, R. P. (2007). Empowerment through Inclusion in the Daily Battle with Oppression, National Multicultural Conference and Summit, Seattle, WA (Invited Keynote).

 

Bingham, R. P., (2007). Economic Empowerment Through Networking, Economic Summit for  

           Women, Nashville, TN

 

Bingham, R. P., (2007).  Career Development at the Intersection of Multiple Identities.  National Career Development Association Annual Conference, Seattle (Invited Keynote).

 

Henley, B. & Bingham, R. P. (2007). Career Development in Higher Education. NASPA Annual Conference, Orlando.

 

Bingham, R. P., Hagge, S., Romano, J., Wing Sue, D., (2006) Best Practice Prevention Guidelines--Commentary by Distinguished Scholars in Psychology, American Psychological Association Convention, New Orleans, LA (Invited Speaker)

 

Bingham, R. P., Cerbonne, A., Shullman, S., Vasquez, M., (2006)  When Multicultural Worlds Collide:  Reconciling Marginalized Groups in Conflict,  American Psychological Association Convention, New Orleans, LA (Invited Speaker)

 

Bingham, R. P., (2006) You and Counseling Psychology:  Charting the Future, American Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA (Roundtable Leader).

 

Bingham, R. P., (2006).  Multicultural Career Counseling.  Psychology Department, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL (Invited Speaker)

 

Bingham, R. P. (2006). Mentoring Faculty and Students of Color.  Illinois Psychological Association Annual Meeting.  Naperville.

 

Shullman, S., Vasquez, M., Bingham, R. P. (2005). Increasing multicultural understanding in the face of conflict with marginalized groups.  APA Workshop. Washington, D. C.  (Facilitator)

 

Bingham, R. P., Hansen, J. I., Walsh, B., (2005). Society of Vocational Psychology 7th Biennial Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia. (Conference Discussant)

 

Bingham, R.P., (2005) The Balancing Act:  The Role of Determination and Guilt.  Invited Presentation Woman of the Year-Annual Convention American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

 

Bingham, R.P., Henley, Barbara (2004) Symposium:  Counseling Psychologists Who Choose a Different Path—College and University Administration, APA Annual Convention, Honolulu, Hawaii

 

Bingham, R. P., Harper-Ray, Yolanda (2004) Renewing Our Commitment to Student Learning: Co-curricular Learning Experiences, NASPA Region III Conference, Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina

 

Bingham, R. P., (2004) What Difference, in psychology, will you make to cultures of peace?, Psi Chi Convention, Reno, Nevada

 

Bingham, R.P., Saponaro, Lisa (2003) Social Change for 2025 and The Role of Counseling Psychology, APA Convention, Toronto

 

Bingham, R.P. (2002). Counseling Psychologists: Looking to the future. In W B. Walsh (Chair), Values for the future of counseling psychology. Symposium conducted at the American Psychological Association Convention, Chicago

 

Bingham, R. P. (2002).  A rite of passage. Commencement Address, Phillips Graduate Institute, Los Angeles.

 

Bingham, R. P. (2001).  Keynote address @ National conference on Counseling Psychology: The Power of Inclusion.  Houston, Texas

 

Bingham, R. P. (2000) Ask the Experts: Mentoring students and new professionals.  

APA Convention (Participant)

 

Bingham, R. P. (2000) Building cultures of peace and responding to social injustice. 

APA Convention (Participant)

 

Bingham, R. P. (2000)  Fostering human strength: A counseling psychology perspective    

APA Convention (Participant)

 

Bingham, R. P., Henley, B. (2000) Career crossroads and clarification of personal values.

NASPA Conference (participant)

 

Bingham, R. P.  (2000) Getting the retention effort started:  Coaxing, convincing, converting. 

Noel Levitz Conference. (Presenter)

 

Bingham, R. P., (1999) Presidential Address:  Lessons learned at the half-century mark, APA Convention (President, Division 17). Boston.

 

Bingham, R. P., Byars, A. , Mobley, M. ( 1999) Voice & Vision of Black Scholars: Professional Development in Counseling Psychology. APA Convention (Discussant), Boston.

 

Bingham, R. P., (1999) Getting the retention effort started: Coaxing, convincing, converting  Noel Levitz Retention Conference, San Francisco, CA (Presenter)

 

Bingham, R. P., Hartung, P (Convener), Fitzgerald, L., Lopez, F., Leong, F., Vandiver, B., (1999) Cultural validity of career development theories:  Problems and  prospects. American Psychological Association, Boston, MA  (Discussant)

 

Bingham. R.P. (1998) Psychologist: The many faces of feminist practice IV personal stories of resisting stereotyping.  American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA (Participant)

 

Walsh, W. Bruce, Farmer, H., Betz, N. Bingham, R. P., Fassinger, R. E., Swanson, J. L., Fitzgerald. L.F., (1997) Symposium:  Theory Into the Practice of Career Assessment for Women.  American Psychological Association, Chicago, IL. (Participant).

 

Bingham, R. P. (1997) Psychologist:  Learners, Lightening Rods, and Lampposts.  American Psychological Association, Chicago, IL. (Presenter).

 

Bingham, R.P. (1997) Career Counseling with Ethnic Minority Women  American Psychological Association, Chicago, IL. (Presenter).

 

Bingham, R. P. (1997) Symposium:  Competing for the respectability sports in psychology.  American Psychological Association. Chicago, IL. (Discussant).

 

Henley, Barbara, Bingham, R. P., Emmett, Michelle A., Johnson, Irene,  Student Affairs (1997) Re-engineering:  Organizational growth or organizational demise ACPA/NASPA, (Presenter).

 

Bingham, R., Cogdal, P., Carson, D.K., (1996) Restructuring and redefining student affairs landscapes:  Transitions, Traumas and Teamwork, NASPA (Presenter).

 

Smith, L., Greenberg, S., Gormanous, G., Bingham, R. P., Christenson,  S. L., Williams, United States Goodman, J.T.( 1995) Canada, Practice analysis as the foundation for examination practice analysis study of the profession of psychology in the United States and Canada- A focus on process,  first international congress on licensure, certification and credentialing of psychologists, (Panelist).

 

Bingham, R.P. (1994) Infusing multicultural competencies in counseling psychology academic and internship programs, American Psychological Association, (Discussant).

 

Bingham, R.P. (1994) Career assessment of racial and ethnic minorities,  American Psychological Association,  (Discussant).

 

Bingham, R.P.(1993)  Psychotherapy with men of color:  Perspective for healing and growth, American Psychological Association,  (Chair).

 

Bingham, R. P., & Hurst, J. (1993)  Roundtable discussion with experienced professionals.  American Psychological Association.

           

Bingham. R.P. (1993) Ethical issues in child assessment and treatment, American Psychological Association . (Roundtable Presenter).

 

Bingham, R. P. (1993) The new ethics code.  Panelist.  American Psychological Association.

 

Henley, B., Emmett, M.A., Bingham, R.P. (1993)  Educating through staff diversity: A necessary recruitment agenda, American College Personnel Association.

 

Bingham, R. P., & Leung, A. (1992)  Roundtable discussion:  Affirming "ethnicity and culture."  American Psychological Association, (Co-chair).

 

Walsh, W. B., Betz, N., Hackett, G., Brooks, L., Eldridge, N., Kerr,  B. Bingham, R.P., Russell, J., Fitzgerald, L., Harmon, L., & Meara, N. (1992) Contemporary development in career counseling for women,  American Psychological Association, (Presenter).

 

Claiborn, C., Friedlander, M., & Bingham, R.P. (1992) Training the scientist-practitioner: Curriculum proposals for counseling psychology, American Psychological Association.

 

Bingham, R. P. (1992) Women of color affirming,  American Psychological Association  (Roundtable presenter).

 

Bingham, R.P. (1992)  Ethical issues in supervision,  American Psychological Association (Presenter).

 

Bingham, R. P., Fulks, N., Martin, J. (1991)   Black and White Women:  Ties that bind and don't bind,  American  Psychological Association.

 

Stone, G., Cooper, S., Coysh, W., Archer, J., Bingham, R.P. (1991)  College counseling    center response to megacrisis on campus,  American Psychological Association.

 

Ad Hoc Committee on Films and Other Media Presentation "To sleep with anger" (1991)   American Psychological Association (Discussant)

 

Bingham, R. P., Ethics committee rules and procedures (1991)  Panelist, American Psychological Association.

 

Bingham, R. P., Cogdal, P., Stout, Joy R. (1991)   Empowering Black  college students today for leadership and service tomorrow,  American College Personnel Association, Atlanta.

 

Bingham, R. P., & Fulks, N. (1990) Career track for psychologists in college and university counseling centers.  American Psychological Association.

 

Archer, J., Stone, G., Bingham, R.P.(1990) Gelwick, B. Counseling centers challenges and limitations.  Discussant,  American Psychological Association.

 

Bingham, R. P., Birk, J. M., Cook, D., Helms, J.E., Pedersen, P., Sue, D. W., Parker, W. M., Thomas, R., Lafrombosie, T.(1989):  Multicultural counseling issues in counseling psychology.  American Psychological  Association.

 

Bingham, R. P. & Roehlke, H. (1989)  Administrative ladder for women psychologists in university and college counseling centers,  American Psychological Association Convention.

 

Henley, B., Bingham, R.P., Johnson, M., & Nelson, W. (1989) Retention strategies for high ability Black students Impacting the environment, American College Personnel Association.

 

June, L. N., Bingham, R. P., Horikawa, H., Jackson, V., Magoon, T., Moorman, J., Provost, M. (1988) Race and gender diversity in counseling centers, AUCCCD.

 

Bingham, R. P., Henley, B., Vaughn, J., & Glover, W.  (1987) Black student use of counseling centers:  Past, Present, Future.  American College Personnel Association.

 

Bingham, R. P., & Henley, B. (1987) Counseling battered Black women, Association for Counseling and Development.

 

Bingham, R. P., Henley, B., Jackson, V., Gale, D., & Hughes, M.S. (1986) Women directors:  Are the challenges different?  AUCCCD.

 

Hughes, M.S., Bingham, R. P., Elsenrath, D., & Drum, David. (1986)   Black females in academia and the use of mentors, American Association for Counseling and Development.

 

Reister, B., & Bingham, R.P.  (1986) Counseling victims of violent crimes, AUCCCD.

 

Bingham, R.P., Henley, B., & Archer, J. (1985).  The Prevention of staff burnout and college counseling center directors, AUCCCD.

 

Bingham, R.P., Fukuyama, M., Hall, L., & Mussenden, M.  (1983). Cross cultural counselor training using Pedersen's Triad Model, Florida Personnel and Guidance Association.

 

Bingham, R. P., Hansen, J., Walsh, B., & Ward, C. (1983). Operationalizing Holland's SDS and VPI with Black working adults, American Psychological Association.

 

Bingham, R.P., Archer, J., Stiles, M., & O'Hara, D. (1983).  Counseling center research:  beyond accountability.  American Psychological Association.

 

Bingham, R. P., Henley, B. (1983). Burnout among Black working women, American Personnel & Guidance Association.

 

Bingham, R.P., Archer, J., & Suchman, D. (1983). Teaching stress management,     Southeastern Psychological Association.

 

Bingham, R. P., & Guinyard, J.  (1982). Counseling Black women: Recognizing societal scripts, Southeastern Psychological Association.

 

Bingham, R. P., & Henley, B.  (1982) Counseling battered Black women: Recognizing societal scripts, Southeastern Psychological Association.

 

Bingham, R. P. & Henley, B. (1982).  Non-traditional counseling center programs for Black students, American Personnel & Guidance Association.

 

Bingham, R. P., & Henley, B. (1981) Counseling battered Black women: An issue facing   the black community, American Personnel & Guidance Association.

 

Bingham, R. P., Tucker, C. M., & Caldwell-Colbert, T. (1980).  Race, sex and behavior change, Association for Behavior Therapy.

 

Bingham, R. P., & Segool, R. (1980) Operation Hook-up:  Career counseling for Black students,  American Personnel & Guidance Association.

 

Honors and Awards:

  • Igniting Excitement for Academic Excellent, Black Scholars Unlimited, 2017

  • Len Handler Award, Ph.D. Distinguished Research Psychologist Award, Tennessee Psychological Association. 2016

  • Asuncion Miteria Austria and John Robinson distinguished Mentoring Award, American Psychological Association, Division 45

  • Outstanding Dedication to Mentoring, 100 Black Men, 2016

  • Pillar of the Profession, NASPA, 2015

  • Distinguished Professional Contributions to Institutional Practice for APA Award, 2015

  • Women’s Foundation for a Greater Memphis Legends Award, 2013

  • Distinguished Elder Award, National Multicultural Conference & Summit, 2013

  • Presidential Citation, National Multicultural Conference & Summit, 2013

  • Authur S. Holmon Lifetime Achievement Award, University of Memphis, 2012

  • Practice Leader, Practice Leadership Circle, American Psychological Association Practice Organization, 2011

  • Neville, H. A., (September 6, 2011) Rosie Phillips Bingham: On Becoming. The Counseling Psychologist.

  • APA Presidential Citation, APA Annual Conference, Washington, DC, 2011

  • Ruby R. Wharton Outstanding Women Award in Women’s Rights, Memphis, TN, 2010

  • The Janet E. Helms Award For Mentoring and Scholarship, Teachers College-Columbia University, 2008

  • Lifetime Achievement in Mentoring, The APA Society of Counseling Psychology, 2007

  • Certificate of Appreciation, The APA The Society for the Psychological Study of Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Issues, 2007

  • Council of Representatives Honor, APA, 2007

  • Dalmas A. Taylor Award, The National Multicultural Conference, 2007

  • Black Scholars Unlimited, 2007

  • American Psychological Association Presidential Candidate, 2006

  • Woman of the Year, The APA Society of Counseling Psychology, Section for the Advancement of Women, 2004

  • One of 15 selected to participate in the International Women of Color Development Incubator

  • Charles and Shirley Thomas Award Division 45, American Psychological Association, 2004

  • Woman of the Year, American Psychological Association Society of Counseling Psychology—Division 17, 2003

  • American Council of Education National Leadership Forum

  • Honorary PH.D. Phillips Graduate Institute, 2002

  • The Academy of Counseling Psychology Distinguished Service Award, 2000

  • GRACE Magazine, Who’s Who in Corporate Memphis, 2000

  • The African and African American Studies Golden Stool Award, University of Memphis, 2000

  • Golden Key Honor Society, 1998

  • Fellow, APA, 1, 17, 35, 45

  • Educational Leadership Award, Delta Sigma Theta, 1996

  • Certificate of Recognition, Mortar Board National College Senior Honor Society, 1996

  • Outstanding Service Award, Black Scholars Unlimited, 1996

  • Pioneering African American Woman Award, 1996

  • Certificate of Appreciation, Volunteers in School, 1996

  • Outstanding Educator, Delta Sigma Theta, 1995

  • Omicron Delta Kappa, 1994

  • Phi Eta Sigma, 1992

  • Leadership Memphis, 1989-90

  • Outstanding Service Awards - Founding Black Scholars, 1989

  • Martin Luther King Human Rights Award, 1988

  • Alpha Kappa Alpha Woman of the Year, 1987

  • Induction to Phi Kappa Phi Honorary, 1987

  • Who’s Who and Why of Successful Florida Women

  • Participant in ACPA Annual Coeptis Dinner- Outstanding Young Professional, 1982

  • Award for Outstanding Young Woman in America, 1977, 1978

  • Who's Who Among College and University Students, 1971

  • Member Elmhurst Honor Society for Seniors, 1971

 

Current & Past University Committees:

  • Search Committee – University of Memphis Provost

  • Search Committee Assistant Vice Chancellor Student Affairs Tennessee Board of Regents

  • Search Committee Vice Chancellor Academic Affairs Tennessee Board of Regents

  • SACS Reaffirmation Steering Committee

  • University of Memphis Critical Conversations

  • University of Memphis Board Transition Committee

  • ACT Model Users Project, Chair

  • Student Affairs Talking Together

  • Provost's Advisory Committee on Academic Advising, Co-Chair

  • Academic Advisory Committee for Information & Technology

  • Black Scholars Unlimited (Founder and past Advisor)

  • Ethnic Track for Interns

  • Enrollment Management Council

  • Retention Committee, Co-Chair

  • Crisis Response Team

  • Search Advisory Committee University of Memphis President

  • Search Committee –AVP for Enrollment Services

  • Search Committee for Vice President for Business & Finance

  • Strategic Planning Committee

  • Brister Adaptive Reuse Committee

  • University Redesign Committee

  • Minority Affairs Program Committee

  • Diversity Adversity Advisory Board, Co-chair

  • Project Oversight Committee

  • University Ethics Committee

  • Member, Search Committee, Assistant Vice President, Dean of Students

  • Chair, Search Committees, Director- Office of Diversity

  • Member Search Committee, Dean of Arts & Sciences

  • Member Search Committee-Assistant to the President, Legal

  • Vice Provost for Academic Affairs Search Committee

  • Director Human Resource Search Committee

  • Financial Aid Search Committee, Chair

  • Chair, Associate Dean of Minority Affairs, Search Committee

  • Black History Month

  • Memphis McNair Program Committee

  • Search Committee for Counseling, Educational Psychology & Research Professors

  • Purpose and Institutional Effectiveness Committee for Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

  • Academic Advisory Council

  • Task Force on Sexual Assault

  • Athletic Committee

  • Visual Design Committee

  • Center for Student Development Research Committee

  • Co-chair, President's Task Force on Diversity

  • Task Force on Enrollment Management

  • Strategic Planning

  • Division Wide Research

  • Counseling Psychology Admissions

  • Minority Scholars

  • Pan-Hellenic Advisory

  • Student Life (Drugs & Alcohol)

  • Recruitment & Retention

  • Member Search Committee, Executive Director, International Studies and Programs

Rosie Phillips Bingham Ph.D., ABPP Curriculum Vitae

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