In REMEMBRANCE of James Croteau 

Dr. James Croteau, professor of counselor education and counseling psychology, passed away suddenly Sept. 18 in Kalamazoo. Croteau, a member of the WMU faculty since 1990, was nationally known for his research, training, clinical work and publications that focused on such issues as lesbian, gay and bisexual issues in the workplace and on college campuses as well as racism awareness and racial healing. Read more...

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