Instructor of Counselor Education
- O 620-341-5796
Office Location: Earl Center, Ofc 229
Dr. Alice Frost Hinck received a BA from Washburn University in Psychology and also received her certification to teach K-9 from WU. Her MS in School Counseling was earned at Emporia State University, and her Ph.D. in Counseling and Student Development was received from Kansas State University.
Alice taught Title I reading and math before becoming a school counselor. Her school counseling experience has been across the K-12 spectrum in both rural and urban school districts.
She began teaching at Emporia State in 2007.
She is a member of several professional organizations, including: American School Counseling Association, Kansas School Counseling Association, Kansas Association of Counselor Educators, Kansas Counseling Association, Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, and the Golden Key Honor Society.
Her research interests are focused on Anger Management, Conflict Resolution, and Violence Prevention for the K-12 student population, Sexuality in the Aging Population, Administrator Perceptions of School Counselors.