Steven D. Mullinix (M.A. '75, Ph.D. '78) receives N.C. Career Development Association award
November 12, 2010
Steven D. Mullinix was presented the Roy N. Anderson Award on Nov. 5 by the N.C. Career Development Association at its conference at Elon University. The award, which honors the founder of the N.C. State University Counseling Program, recognizes an individual in North Carolina who has made an outstanding contribution to career development both in the state and at the regional or national levels over an extended period of time.
Mullinix holds two graduate degrees from the UNC School of Education – a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology (1978) and an M.A. in Student Personnel Services (1975). He is a partner with HRC Behavioral Health and Psychiatry in Chapel Hill and Raleigh. Mullinix works with adults and couples with a special emphasis on job stress, career transition/job seeking and dual-career couples.
NCCDA is comprised of professionals engaged in the field of career counseling and development.