Exemplary Scholarship, Teaching, and Service
Win Top Faculty Honor
The annual Outstanding Professor Award is the highest faculty honor given by Cal State Fullerton, and recognizes faculty members for exemplary campus service, teaching and research.
This year's recipient, Matt Englar-Carlson, has authored or co-authored three books on the psychology of boys, men and masculinities, as well as authored more than 60 other scholarly publications and given 85 conference presentations not only in his primary research area but also on multicultural, group and health counseling, and the application of positive psychology to anti-doping efforts in sport.
A fellow of the American Psychological Association, he also is the creator and series editor of the 24-volume APA Theories of Psychotherapy, a flagship series that features comments from prominent psychologists and serves as a state-of-the-art documentation of the intersection of theory, evidence-based practice and effective clinical work with diverse clientele.
On campus, Englar-Carlson serves as chair of Institutional Review Board, as well as faculty coordinator for the Faculty Graduate Mentoring Program and diversity and inclusion efforts at the Faculty Development Center.
Englar-Carlson Presents at National Learning Exchange
Before his Outstanding Professor Lecture Oct. 8, Matt Englar-Carlson will be the facilitator, host and a speaker during a program on “Reimagining Boys in the 21st Century” at The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) Social and Emotional Learning Exchange Oct. 2-4 in Chicago.