Emily Mupinga

Emily Mupinga, Ph.D., LPC, NCC
Assistant Professor, Counseling & Human Development Department

Education

  • A.S., Gweru Teacher's College
  • B.S., Louisiana State University
  • M.S., Louisiana State University
  • M.S., Indiana State University
  • Ph.D., Kent State University 

Experience

  • 2019-present, Assistant Professor, Counseling & Human Development Department, Malone University, Canton, OH
  • 2018-2019, Assistant Professor, Human Development & Family Studies, Kent State University, Kent, OH
  • 2015-2017, Lecturer, Human Development & Family Studies, Kent State University, Kent, OH
  • 2008-2014, Adjunct Professor, Psychological Department, Kent State University (Stark, Kent, Twinsburg campuses), OH
  • 2006-2008, Instructor, Human Services Department, Ivy Tech Community College, Terre Haute, IN
  • 2006, Therapist, Department of Clinical Services, Gibault, Inc., Terre Haute, IN
  • 2005-2006, Counselor Trainee, Family Services Association, Terre Haute, IN
  • 2002-2004, Instructor, Family & Consumer Sciences Department, Indiana State university, Terre Haute, IN 

Recent Scholarly Work

  • Mupinga, E. E. (2018). Doctoral Dissertation: Adjustment experiences of Zimbabwean international students and their perceptions of United States mental health counseling, Kent State University, Kent, OH. Available here.
  • Mupinga, E. E. & Mupinga, D. M. (2008). An evaluation of a workplace violence education program.  Academy of Human Resource Development International Research Conference Proceedings, Panama City, FL: Feb. 20-24, 2008.
  • Mupinga, E. E. & Mupinga, D. M. (2005). Perceptions of international students toward Graduate Record Examination (GRE). College Student Journal, 39(2), 402-408.
  • Mupinga, E. E., Garrison, B. M. E., & Pierce, S. H. (2002). An exploratory study of the relationships between family functioning and parenting styles: The perceptions of mothers of young grade school children. Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal, 31(1), 112-129.

Recent Presentations

  • Mupinga, E.E. (2019). Unpacking the emotional suitcase. Presentation at 2019 Ohio ACTE, July 29-31, 2019, Columbus, OH
  • Mupinga, D.M., & Mupinga, E.E. (2019). Using Music and Dance to Connect with At-Risk Students. Presentation at 2019 At-Risk Youth National FORUM, National Dropout Prevention Center, Feb. 17-20, 2019, Myrtle Beach, SC
  • Mupinga, D.M., Mupinga, E.E., & Gerrick, J. (2018). Meet them where they are! Presentation at the Reaching the Wounded Student Conference, National Dropout Prevention Center, June 24-27, 2018. Orlando, FL
  • Mupinga, D.M., & Mupinga, E.E. (2018). Engaging families of culturally and linguistically different students in the education of their children. Presentation at 2018 At-Risk Youth National FORUM, National Dropout Prevention Center Feb. 19-22, 2018, Myrtle Beach, SC
  • Mupinga, D. M. & Mupinga, E. E. (2017). Teaching culturally and linguistically diverse students in CTE. ACTE CareerTech Vision, Nashville, TN: Dec. 6-9, 2017
  • Mupinga, E. E. & Gordon, K. (2017). Innovative group activities to engage students in learning child development and behavioral change theories. The 24th Annual Conference: Celebrating College Teaching, Kent State University, Kent, OH: Oct. 20, 2017.
  • Mupinga, D. M. & Mupinga, E. E. (2017). Reducing dropout among the culturally and linguistically diverse students. Presentation at the 2017 At-Risk Youth National Forum, Myrtle Beach, SC: Feb. 19-22, 2017 

Invited Presentation

  • Mupinga, D. M. & Mupinga, E. E. (2017). Webcast: Reducing dropout among the culturally and linguistically diverse students. National Dropout Preventing Center Webcast. Aired May 9, 2017, 3:30-4:30. Webcast available here

Teaching Assignments

  • Human Growth and Development 
  • Treatment Methods in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
  • Diagnosis of Mental Disorders
  • Multicultural Counseling & Advocacy