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Rich Feller retiring after distinguished career

May 6, 2013

Reception in his honor set for May 8 in the Lory Student Center Cherokee Park Room, 3-5 p.m.

Rich FellerRich Feller will be honored on the occasion of his retirement from the School of Education with a reception on May 8, 3-5 p.m, remarks at 4 p.m., in the Lory Student Center Cherokee Park Room. The CSU community is cordially invited to attend.
Keller has been influencing the field of career counseling with innovative methods ever since he first became a professor of counseling and career development in the School of Education  in 1980.

Feller teaches graduate courses in career development, counseling, and organizational performance and change. Having served fast food at McDonald’s to study youth employment, co-produced a video in Sudan on starvation and famine relief, and co-authored a career development program used by more than 20 million students, he enjoys making classes high energy, experiential, and reflective. 

Outstanding professor

This outstanding professor is one of 12 University Distinguished Teaching Scholars at CSU and is the recipient of the National Career Development Association’s Eminent Career Award. The Rich Feller Leadership Award was created by the Colorado Career Development Association in 2007. The award is given annually and was named after Feller to honor his contributions.

In 2012-13, he is serving as the president of the National Career Development Association, the leading career development association in the world. As an international consultant, author, and presenter, he is well-known among career counselors and practitioners. He is an exceptional representative of CSU, and a model for those providing service to the University, the state, and nationally.

Feller will speak at the College of Applied Human Sciences undergraduate commencement ceremony Friday, May 17, at 7:30 p.m. at Moby Arena. The College was recently renamed the College of Health and Human Sciences.

Please help us to honor Rich Feller in his retirement at his reception!

Contact: Gretchen Gerding
Phone: (970) 491-5182