Jeannine R. Studer, Ed.D, is a professor of counselor education in the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences. She arrived at the University of Tennessee in 2003.
Studer’s primary research interests include the role of the school counselor in critical incidents within the school, the professional school counselor and the American School Counselor Association National Model, supervision, and students-at risk.
Most recently Studer’s research has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Humanistic Counseling, the premier journal for the Association for Humanistic Counseling, a division of the American Counseling Association. This article reports findings from a study that investigated the impact of bullying on adolescent wellness. Significant, negative correlations were found between an aggregate score of bullying and total wellness with specific second-order factors of wellness significantly impacted by specific types of bullying.
The Tennessee Association of Counselor Educator and Supervisors selected Studer for the Dr. Charles Thompson award as Outstanding Counselor Educator in 2011. In addition, Studer has three books in print, The Professional School Counselor: An advocate for students (2005) published by Cengage, Supervising the School Counselor Trainee: Guidelines for Practice (2006) published by the American Counseling Association, and A Guide to Practicum and Internship for School Counselors-in-Training (2010) published by Routledge. Each book relates to concepts integral to the profession of school counseling and supervision. She is presently writing a book entitled Essential School Counseling in a Changing Society that is due for publication by Sage in September 2013. This book includes trends within the school counseling profession.
Studer serves on the editorial board for the Journal of Counseling and Development, the premier journal of the American Counseling Association. She is a frequent contributor to the Professional School Counseling Journal, the flagship journal of the American School Counseling Association.