Faculty - Associate Professor of Counseling
Dr. Bartlett's PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision is from the University of Arkansas, which includes the Master's degree program, school counseling focus. She has a BA in History from San Diego State University and extensive graduate studies in history at the U of A, along with a BS in secondary education. She has a secondary social studies teaching license.
Dr. Bartlett's research has focused on the role of intergenerational connections in youth development and has evolved into exploring the quality of life in green communities and those connections.
Dr. Bartlett served as faculty at Oklahoma State University, Iowa State University, and State University of New York, College at Brockport. Dr. Bartlett is in her 15th year as a university professor in counselor education; her background includes K-12 school counseling, college counseling, in addition she spent time in a geriatric inpatient psychiatric ward. She has been a GED instructor and social studies teacher. In addition, she worked in the business sector for 15 years and was a successful entrepreneur opening her own bakery and deli in historic downtown Fayetteville, AR. Since 2011, Dr. Bartlett has worked among a group of UNI faculty leaders on campus integrating sustainability into the curriculum. In October 2009, Dr. Bartlett received the NCACES Outstanding Professional Teaching Award. She was Carver Institute Fellow for “Visualizing Research” 2008-2009 and in 2006 she was nominated to the Oklahoma Educators’ Leadership Academy for Outstanding Professors, in 2004 she received the Iowa State University College of Education “Outstanding Early Teaching Commendation”, and State University New York, College at Brockport “Outstanding Contribution to Counseling Award” in 2001.
Currently, Dr. Bartlett is writing a book prospectus on green link in community engagement and those influences.
Since 2011, Dr. Bartlett has worked among a group of UNI faculty leaders on campus integrating sustainability into the curriculum.