4/5/11 ASHLAND, OH -- Dr. David Mann, director of the Midwest Counseling program and professor of counseling at Ashland Theological Seminary, has been chosen to receive the Dr. Dwight L. Arnold Outstanding Alumnus Award for 2011.
This award is being presented by the Kent State University Counseling and Human Development Program in recognition of Dr. Mann's contributions to the profession of counseling. The award will be presented to Mann by Kent State's Dr. Donald Bubenzer at this year's Chi Sigma Iota banquet on April 15.
Chi Sigma Iota is a national honor society for graduate level counseling students.
Mann is the current president elect of the Ohio Counseling Association (OCA) and past president of the Ohio Association of Counselor Education and Supervision (OACES). He is a licensed professional clinical counselor with supervisory status in the state of Ohio.
Mann, who recently received tenure at the Seminary, holds a B.S. from North Central University, M.A. from Ashland Theological Seminary and Ph.D. in Counselor Education from Kent State University.
Ashland Theological Seminary is a graduate division of Ashland University. With campuses in Ashland, Detroit, Cleveland and Columbus, Ashland Theological Seminary integrates theological education with Christ-centered transformation as it equips men and women for ministry in the church and the world.