Jennifer Murdock, PhD
email@example.com 248 McKee Hall 970.351.2544
Jennifer is an assistant professor of Counselor Education. She is a 2007 graduate of the University of Wyoming. Her research interests include professional identity and orientation, career counseling and career transitions, and the use of creative instructional strategies.
Selected Scholarly Activities
- Lucas, K. & Murdock, J.L. (in press). Best practices for online instruction used in developing an online counseling skills course. International Journal of Online Pedagogy and Course Design.
- Murdock, J.L., Kosine, N., Lucas, K. (2013). Peer mentoring through letter
writing: Creating meaningful connections in counselor education. British Journal of
Guidance and Counseling. doi:10.1080/03069885.2012.756972
- Wright, S.L., Jenkins-Guarnieri, M.A., & Murdock, J.L. (2013). College self-efficacy and student persistence. Journal of Career Development 40(4), 292-310. doi: 10.1177/0894845312455509
- Murdock, J. L., Williams, A., Becker, K.W., Bruce, M.A., & Young, S. (2012). Online versus on-campus: A comparison study of counseling skills courses. The Journal of Human Resource and Adult Learning, 8(1), 105-118.
- Henderson, A. & Murdock, J. (2011). Getting students beyond ideologies: Using heterosexist guided imagery in the classroom. Innovative Higher Education, 37(3), 185-198. doi: 10.1007/s10755-011-9198-4
- Murdock, J.L. & Williams, A. (2011). Creating an online learning community: Is it possible? Innovative Higher Education, 36 (5), 305-315. doi: 10.1007/s10755-011-9188-6
- Black. L.L. & Murdock, J.L. (2010). Multiple roles or conflict of interest. In Myers, J. & Mobley, K.( Eds.). 2nd Ed. Developing and Directing Counselor Education Laboratories (pp. 321-342). Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, Alexandria, VA.