USD Assistant Professor in Addiction Studies Diane Sevening Honored with National
The INCASE Awards committee noted the importance of Sevenings’s work to aid faculty adjuncts in addiction studies across the nation to successfully transition from clinical work to academic work, and singled out her service as President-Elect of the National Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors.
Sevening has taught addiction studies at USD since 1982. She has been recognized by a number of regional and national organizations for her contributions to addiction studies, and was one of the founders of INCASE in 1990.
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USD Department of Addiction Counseling and Prevention MA Program Recognized as Second Best in Nation
The online M.A. degree offered by the University of South Dakota’s Department of Addiction Counseling and Prevention has been rated as the No. 2 program of its kind in the country. This recognition comes from Best Medical Degrees, an independent publication dedicated to providing useful and accurate information about educational opportunities for health care professionals and perspective students considering a career in health care.
Diane Sevening, Ed.D., Licensed Addiction Counselor (LAC), Master Addiction Counselor (MAC) and assistant professor in the Department of Addiction Counseling and Prevention at the University of South Dakota, is the new president of NAADAC, an association for addiction professionals.