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The Career Development Center (CDC)
Located on the second floor of Glendening Hall (211), the CDCenter is a great resource for professional/graduate school research, career exploration and internship/employment opportunities.
Join MentorNet! What is graduate school really like? How can you make the most of your first "real" job? The CDC's MentorNet directory gives students and recent graduates the opportunity to learn about graduate study and the world of work by connecting with professionals in their field of interest. Relevant mentors can be easily identified by searching the database according to major, graduate degree, occupation, location, or keyword. Contact the Career Development Center at firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain a unique username and password.
Class of 1989
Lorna Orndorff was promoted to the rank of captain in the United States Army Medical Services Branch as a social work officer on June 1, 2005. She currently provides rehabilitative counseling services to inmates within the United States Disciplinary Barracks in the Department of Defense at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas. Lorna sends her love and good wishes to her many old friends and asks them to join her in her prayer for world peace.
Class of 1987
David Flanagan earned a Master's of Education from UMCP after graduating from St. Mary's. He is now a Technology Based Learning Manager at the Center for Learning & Development of KPMG in Washington, DC. His duties include consulting with internal clients, conducting needs assessments, gap analysis, program and curriculum design and development, instructional design, computer and web user interface design, project management, and technology-based learning initiatives.
Class of 1986
Laurie Ryan received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology (APA accredited; Specialty Area: Clinical Neuropsychology - APA Division 40/INS guidelines) from Louisiana State University in '97. She is currently the Program Director of Alzheimer's Disease Clinical Trials for the National Institute on Aging Division of Neuroscience.
Class of 1985
Pamela Barrigher received her Ph.D. from George Washington University in '97. She is currently a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who is involved with the Clinical Psychology Pre-Doctoral Internship Program, especially it's cultural competency seminar, at Saint Elizabeths Hospital in Washington, D.C.
Class of 1980
Kathleen Anderson earned her MA in Counseling and College Student Personnel from Bowling Green State University in 1982. She has been at the University of Baltimore since 1984, first coming to the University as Director of Student Activities. Since then she has held several different positions within Student Affairs, each working closely with students, faculty and staff. She is currently the Dean of Students at UB and teaches as an adjunct professor for the UB College of Liberal Arts.
Class of 1977
Paul LeBuffe received his Master's degree in experimental psychology from Bryn Mawr College. Currently the Director of the Institute of Clinical Training and Research of the Devereux Foundation, Paul is an author of the Devereux Behavior Rating Scale - School Form, the Devereux Scales of Mental Disorders, the DSMD Scoring Assistant computer program and, most recently, the Devereux Early Childhood Assessment (DECA) and the Devereux Early Childhood Assessment Clinical Form (DECA-C). His major research interests are the measurement and promotion of resilience in young children, psychometrics and test development, treatment outcome evaluation in behavioral healthcare, and suicide prevention education. He has published and presented to professional audiences throughout the country in these areas. He is active in a number of professional and community organizations concerned with young children and individuals with developmental and psychiatric disorders.