For general inquiries, course advisement, or advising questions regarding the Adult and Higher Education programs offered by the CAHE department, please contact:
Danae joined the Counseling, Adult and Higher Education department in January 2015 and is enthusiastic about helping graduate students achieve their educational and career goals. She brings her strong knowledge and professional experience in the higher education field to the position. She has worked in a variety of institutions holding positions in admissions, career services, academic advising and athletics.
Counseling program students are advised by counseling faculty. If you do not remember you faculty advisor assignment contact:
Kimberly A. Hart
Community Counseling Training Center and Field-Based Experiences Director
Office: Graham 416
Doctoral Candidate, Northern Illinois University
M.S.Ed. Counseling, Northern Illinois University
B.A. Philosophy, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Kimberly A. Hart, M.S.Ed. in Counseling from Northern Illinois University, is the Director of the Community Counseling Training Center and Field-Based Experiences in the Counseling, Adult, & higher Education department at NIU, where she directs daily procedures and service provisions in the CCTC, teaches practicum and internship courses, provides academic advising to Master’s students, coordinates admissions processes for new applicants, and monitors student readiness for practicum and internship. She also provides supervision of department graduate assistants who support the admissions, CCTC, and counseling internship functions. Kimberly Hart has an emerging program of research and scholarship that focuses on experiential learning and group facilitation, intersectionality of cultural identities, inclusive practices professional organizations, compassionate and conscious social justice, and intersectionality of spirituality and sexuality for non-majority individuals. Kimberly’s scholarly work includes annual presentations at the local, regional, and national level.