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Chester E. Peters Lecture Series

Chester E. Peters

The Chester E. Peters Lectures in Student Development Series was established in 1983. Kansas State University, in cooperation with the College of Education, named the lecture series after Chet Peters in recognition of his contributions to K-State students and the student personnel profession. Since 1983, the series has been fortunate to host several prominent professionals in student affairs. Please feel free to browse this website and let us know if you have any questions.

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Chester E. Peters Lecture Series Committee

Notice: This year's lecture has been cancelled.

"I Am My Brother's Keeper: Outreach Programs for Men of Color"
Dr. Dwaine S. Campbell
Licensed psychologist and Assistant Director of Psychology Training
University of Michigan Counseling & Psychological Services, Ann Arbor, Michigan

About Dr. Campbell

Dr. Dwaine CampbellDr. Dwaine S. Campbell (he/him/his) is a licensed psychologist and the Assistant Director of Psychology Training at the University of Michigan Counseling & Psychological Services in Ann Arbor, Michigan. For the past 15 years, he has worked in college mental health where he provides clinical services to students, supervises mental health trainees, develops programs for various student populations, and facilitates outreach services on the university campus. He has also held various administrative roles that aim to improve clinical services to students and mental health training. Currently, one of his administrative roles includes overseeing the U-M CAPS APA accredited doctoral internship and practicum training programs.

Dr. Campbell is from Detroit, Michigan and is a first-generation college student. He earned his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Michigan State University and completed his post-doctoral training at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. He has a passion for working with first generation college students along with other under-represented student groups on the college campus. Over the years, Dr. Campbell has created and facilitated outreach programming for non-traditional students, LGBTQ people of color, and men of color. Dr. Campbell has given numerous presentations on multicultural/diversity issues and providing services to collegiate men of color.

Outside of the U-M campus, Dr. Campbell is a proud member of the American College Personnel Association (ACPA). He has been active with ACPA since 2005. He is a Past-Chair for ACPA’s Commission for Counseling and Psychological Services (CCAPS) and currently serves on the CCAPS Directorate (or governing board). Dr. Campbell has also been involved with ACPA’s Coalition on Multicultural Affairs and the Coalition on Men and Masculinities. He has received awards from both groups. He was also the recipient of the 2018 Mid-Level Career Achievement Award by ACPA’s Commission for Counseling and Psychological Services.